South Sudan military court jails ten soldiers for rape and murder
Ten South Sudanese soldiers have been sentenced to prison for the rape of foreign aid workers and the murder of a journalist in a 2016 raid on a hotel in Juba. Also, thousands of white workers protest in South Africa. They accuse the power plant company Sasol of discrimination over a scheme that only offers shares to black employees. And bookshop shelves and school bags are empty at the start of the school year in Cameroon. There's been a massive delay in delivery of equipment and textbooks.