South Sudan's path to peace still fragile
In tonight’s edition: South Sudan main rivals are once again uncomfortably sharing power, but analysts warn it will be a long and perilous path to peace. Togo’s President Faure Gnassingbe hailed a crushing election victory that gave him a fourth term in office, as his main rival insisted he had won and called on people to "defend" their votes. Next, in DRC, the so-called « sheep-jump » overpasses are making headlines once again.
The boss of Safricas, one of the construction companies involved, has been arrested as part of an investigation into the possible misuse of public funds by the company.
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