Critics cry foul as Tunisian president suggests relative as new prime minister

On tonight's show: There's outrage from some quarters in Tunisia over the president's sponsoring of a member of his family as a possible replacement for the recently ousted prime minister. And refugees trying to get processed through the South African system say they're facing longer and longer waits. Some worry that it's not a coincidence but a change in policy. And finally, everything is in place for local elections that could mean big changes for South Africa's ruling ANC party.