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UN mission in Central African Republic hit by fresh round of sex abuse allegations

In tonight's show we’ll take a look at the new sex abuse allegations that have hit the UN’s MINUSCA mission in Central African Republic. Also, Julius Malema, the leader of South Africa’s Economic Freedom Fighters, maintains that President Jacob Zuma must go, despite his offer to pay back some of the state funds he has used on his private home. And finally, the El Kanemi Warriors are back on the field in Maiduguri.

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Some 120 Congolese peacekeepers have been confined to their barracks and are due to be sent home from Central Africa republic after the UN's MINUSCA mission has been hit with yet another round of sex abuse allegations. Also, Julius Malema, the leader of South Africa’s Economic Freedom Fighters, says he's not impressed by President Jacob Zuma's offer to pay back some of the state funds used to renovate a private residence, insisting Zuma should leave his post. Finally, Maiduguri's favourite footballers as back on the field. Despite the threat from Boko Haram the El Kanemi Warriors have begun training again.

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