South African unions strike over proposed minimum wage
In tonight's edition, South African unions strike over a proposed minimum wage, Israel scraps controversial plans to forcibly deport African migrants, and Togo's national team coach, Claude Le Roy, has sets up a new grassroots initiative to help young footballers.
Thousands of people across South Africa march to protest a proposed minimum wage that, at ZAR20 an hour, many say is just too low.
And Israel has scrapped controversial plans to forcibly deport African migrants. Over 40,000 are thought to be living in the country after having been denied refugee status.
Finally, Togo's national team coach, Claude Le Roy, is trying to sow the seeds for a flourishing grassroots football scene and cultivate the talents of young sportspeople. He's set up the top seed Togo Academy.