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EYE ON AFRICA

Latest update : 2013-11-19

Trial of ex-ANC youth leader Julius Malema postponed

Libya's top security official in Benghazi has survived a car bomb attack, while troops have been deployed in Tripoli, following violence which claimed dozens of lives over the weekend. Meanwhile, a South African court has postponed the graft trial of ANC defector Julius Malema, a move which could see him challenge his former allies at elections in 2014. Finally, Francis Collomp, the French engineer who escaped his captors in Nigeria, has arrived home in France.

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2016-04-28 Nigeria

Nigeria land conflict: Government condemns attacks, vows crackdown

In tonight's edition: Cattle raiding in Nigeria; a UN arms embargo lifted in Ivory Coast; and Papa Wemba's body arrives in Kinshasa.

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2016-04-27 South Africa

Defiant Zuma says no 'shortcut' to new South Africa

In tonight's edition: Freedom Day in South Africa; high hopes after Riek Machar's return to South Africa; and Abidjan pays tribute to Papa Wemba.

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2016-04-26 South Sudan

Riek Machar sworn in as Vice President on return to Juba

In tonight's edition: Riek Machar returns to Juba; it's one year since the beginning of the anti-Nkurunziza protests in Burundi; and a play remembers the Namibians sent to school...

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2016-04-25 DR Congo

Remembering the King of Congolese Rumba

In tonight's bulletin: a tribute to Papa Wemba; protests in Kenya; and raising awareness in Nigeria on Malaria Day.

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2016-04-22 Africa

Kenya signs anti-doping bill into law

In tonight’s edition: Kenya signs an anti-doping bill into law, Somalia’s president speaks exclusively to FRANCE 24 about the fight against al Shabaab, and the FEMUA festival...

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