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South Sudan's refugee crisis has reached catastrophic proportions, UN warns

In this week's edition: the UN warns the refugee crisis in South Sudan is catastrophic, strong divisions persist within South Africa's ruling party and farmers in Ivory Coast are asking for a fairer price for their cashews.


The UN warns that the war in South Sudan has reached catastrophic proportions and has created Africa’s worst refugee crisis.

Also, in South Africa's ANC party, there are deepening concerns amongst the faithful that their leader's strayed far from the party roots.

And over the last decade, Ivory Coast has become the world's number one producer of cashews. Having cracked the tough market, farmers are now demanding a fairer price for their product.

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