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8 May 2021
Prince Misuzulu — whose name means "strengthening the Zulus" — will take over as the next Zulu king, according to the will of his mother and regent queen. The announcement led to chaos at the royal palace.
21 Apr 2021
Several historic buildings, including parts of Cape Town University's library, are damaged by a wildfire along Table Mountain. Also, more than 20,000 people fled the Mozambican town of Palma after it was captured by Islamist insurgents back in March. Our team on the ground met some of those displaced. And in Cameroon, authorities are worried about Pentecostal churches in which worshippers are being encouraged to flout social distancing measures, this as the country battles a second wave of coronavirus.
11 Apr 2021
South African University bosses say that there's little chance that student debt could ever be written off. As the cost of edcation in the country mounts, so does frustration. Scotland's University of Aberdeen will give back a looted sculpture to Nigeria. And the Black Mambas are a pioneering all female, Morrocan American football team giving it their all on the pitch.
6 Apr 2021
South Africa has deployed troops in Mozambique following a jihadist attack on the northern town of Palma. This comes as French energy giant Total withdraws all staff from the region.
6 Apr 2021
South Africa's COVID-19 infection rates have remained low in the run-up to Easter, but fears of a third wave are mounting. Meanwhile, Africa's top health official has sounded alarm bells over a new Tanzanian variant.
4 Apr 2021
Brazilian health officials have detected a new coronavirus variant in Sao Paulo state, as the country faces a dire health crisis.
19 Jan 2021
South African liquor producers are being heavily affected by another alcohol ban accompanying lockdown restrictions. As small to medium size enterprises, some craft breweries diversify their activities, like making hand sanitiser, to stay afloat.
12 Jan 2021
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11 Jan 2021
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6 Jan 2021
Thekiso Rakolojane, West African Hub Head, SA tourism spoke exclusively to GuardianTV about travel and tourism in the COVID-19 era.
30 Dec 2020
In tonight's edition: South Africa starts patrolling beaches and alcohol sales are stopped once again as the latest Covid-19 restrictions come into force. Also, Ugandan opposition presidential candidate Bobi Wine says his bodyguard was killed by military police. Tensions are rising ahead of January's elections. And with cervical cancer one of the most prevalent cancers among women in Cameroon, campaigners are trying to get more women to go for regular screenings.
25 Dec 2020
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