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Eye on Africa

South Africa enters second recession in eight years

By: Georja Calvin-Smith Follow | Jessica SESTILI
1 min

There's more bad news for South Africa's Jacob Zuma as the nation falls into its second recession in under a decade, piling pressure on a government already facing corruption allegations and credit downgrades. Also, a second week of protests continue in Morocco's northern Rif region, this after the arrest of the leader of an anti-corruption movement. And in Mali, we see how a new application has been helping dermatologists treat patients in distant regions.

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A programme prepared by Georja Calvin-Smith and Jessica Sestili

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