South Sudan military court jails ten soldiers for rape and murder
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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.