On Daybreak Africa: Heavy fighting continued over the weekend in Sudan as a new diplomatic process gets underway Monday. Reuters News Agency reported Sunday that U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Molly Phee, will travel to Addis Ababa to meet with African leaders and Sudanese civilians on how to end the fighting. Plus, political parties in Guinea Conakry have until the end of July to prove to the military junta they are in good standing and should be allowed to continue to operate. A new survey says bribery and corruption are deeply rooted within various regions of Somalia. A Zimbabwe court Sunday upheld a government ban on a campaign rally of the main opposition party. A Nigerian court orders the governments of four former presidents to disclose how they spent $5 billion in recovered money stolen by former leader General Sani Abacha. For this and more tune to Daybreak Africa!