Residents of Beira in Mozambique, the second largest city, want nothing more from politicians than to see their lives getting back to normal. This is as the country gears itself to hold presidential, legislative and provincial elections on Tuesday. Early 2019, Beira was hit by two cyclones, Idai and Kenneth and left a trail of destruction leaving nearly two million people displaced.
Jonathan Lungu reports from Beira.
To look at the upcoming elections in Mozambique and other main issues around the continent, I'm joined in studio by Advocate Sipho Mantula, Researcher at the Institute for Dispute Resolution in Africa at the University of South Africa.
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