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  • Growing frustration in South Africa over daily blackouts
    South Africa’s energy giant has increased scheduled power cuts – or load shedding - to avoid a catastrophic grid collapse. Pay talks are continuing with striking workers, but there is growing frustration across the country over the daily blackouts. The second day of protests in Ghana passes off peacefully as demonstrators march by the president's office. And Ghanaian and Nigerian men and women are among those due to be deported from the UK as British authorities enforce their immigration policies.
  • Tensions rise between Ethiopia and Sudan
    Tensions continue to rise between Ethiopia and Sudan, as the latter recalls its ambassador. Also, the United Nations becomes the latest body to call for an independent inquiry over Morocco migrant deaths  at  the Spanish enclave of Melilla. Plus, Sierra Leone reacts to the US Supreme court banning abortion. And much more in this. podcast.
  • Mysterious deaths at a bar in South Africa
    South African police investigate the mysterious deaths of twenty two young people in a bar in the city of East London. Also, Nigeria's Zamfara state tells residents to take up arms against kidnap gangs and violent attacks, but how will it work? And after the U.S Supreme Court's decision to overturn its own landmark ruling in 'Roe v Wade', should Africa care? Plus much more in this podcast.
  • Two days of high-level talks begin at CHOGM
    Commonwealth heads of state and government begin two days of talks in Rwanda. Big issues on the table including trade, climate change, and even food on your table.  Bola Mosuro will be telling us more from Kigali. Also, we will also be hearing from South Africa, where the so-called dirty fuel, King Coal is enjoying a rare bonanza. That and other stories in this podcast.
  • Anticipated report on corruption in South Africa is out
    A much anticipated report on corruption is out in South Africa.  The Zondo Report  criticises the African National Congress for creating an environment that enabled corruption and wide scale looting under former President Jacob Zuma. Also, an urgent appeal to the international comunity over the famine in Somalia. Those stories and more on Africa Today.

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