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Eye on Africa

South Africa university ends teaching in Afrikaans after protests

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South Africa's top university drops Afrikaans as the main language of instruction and adopts English instead, following complaints of exclusion by students. Also, amid ongoing tensions, the EU calls on the families of staff in Burundi to "evacuate temporarily" while Belgium's foreign ministry advises its citizens to leave. And we head to Ethiopia where Jamaican Rastafarians have been emigrating for over half a century.

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