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President Jacob Zuma addresses nation after guilty verdict

South African President Jacob Zuma accepts that he broke the constitution in stalling over paying back cash in the Nkandla scandal. However, he insists that spending 24 million dollars of public money in upgrading his private home was done in good faith.


Also, the UN pledges to overhaul its approach to allegations of sexual abuse in the Central African Republic.

And a Kenyan adaptation of a gay music video continues to rack up thousands of online views, despite being banned by the film classification board.

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