Climate change, refugees blamed for surge in malaria in Uganda
In tonight’s edition: Climate change and migrants are being blamed for a surge in malaria in Uganda, which has seen a 40 percent increase in cases. Our correspondent in Kampala outlines the reasons for the spike and how the country is coming to grips with the outbreak. And in southern Cape Town, the army has been called into the suburbs to stem rising gang violence that has led to a spate of murders. Finally, we look at coastline erosion and how it’s affecting the lives of fishermen in Togo.