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Latest update : 2017-04-10

Protests across South Africa: Thousands march to demand Zuma's resignation

In tonight's edition, thousands march across South Africa to demand Jacob Zuma's resignation; in Gambia, President Adama Barrow's party wins a comfortable majority in the legislative elections and we meet the Twa people, the often forgotten collateral victims of the Rwandan genocide.

The knives are out for South Africa's embattled president Jacob Zuma. Thousands of people have taken to the streets to demand he steps down.

And in Gambia, a sigh of relief for the country’s new president Adama Barrow, as the UDP party sweeps to victory following Thursday's parliamentary elections, clinching an absolute majority in the country's National Assembly.

Finally, Rwandans mark the 23rd anniversary of the Rwandan genocide. Our correspondents meet the country's indigenous Twa people - often called the "forgotten victims" of the massacre.
 

By Richelle HARRISON PLESSE , Gaëlle ESSOO

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2017-06-20 DR Congo

UN says government-backed militia killed hundreds in DR Congo's Kasai region

In tonight's edition: The UN says government-backed militia killed hundreds of people in the Kasai region of DR Congo; frustration mounts in Nigeria over the state of the...

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2017-06-19 violence against women

Five people killed in attack on resort outside Bamako

In tonight's edition: five people are killed in an attack on a resort outside Bamako; Ivorian officials hail their demobilization programme at the UN; and we speak to Céline...

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2017-06-16 Lesotho

Lesotho's prime minister inaugurated, two days after wife's murder

Lesotho's new prime minister is inaugurated, two days after his estranged wife was gunned down. It was unclear initially whether the inauguration would go ahead following the...

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2017-06-13 South Sudan

East African leaders push warring sides in South Sudan to revive peace

In tonight's edition: in the second part of our South Sudan series, our correspondents report from rebel-held Kajo Keji; in South Africa, former opposition leader Helen Zille...

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2017-06-12 Nigeria

Pope demands priests' obedience over Ahiara bishop in Nigeria

In tonight’s edition: the Pope asks priests to obey the Bishop of Ahiara in Nigeria; 900 people escape from the Kangwawi prison in Beni; and our correspondent gained access to...

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