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  • 00:55 Togo Protests: UN Urges Leaders To Respond To People's 'legitimate Expectations

    Togo Protests: UN Urges Leaders To Respond To People's 'legitimate Expectations

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    Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets and clashed with police. They are demanding an end to the 50-year ruling family dynasty of President Faure Gnassingbe. They want the 1992 constitution to be reinstated and the president to be limited to se

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  • 02:09 Zimbabweans In South Africa: New Permit Allows Those Documented To Stay For 4 Years Maximum

    Zimbabweans In South Africa: New Permit Allows Those Documented To Stay For 4 Years Maximum

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    South Africa has introduced a new permit for documented Zimbabweans living in that country. The permit will allow Zimbabweans to stay in South Africa for a maximum period of four years. But, it doesn't provide for undocumented Zimbabweans.

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  • 01:16 Lesotho Update

    Lesotho Update

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    Update on the situation in Lesotho after the assassination of the commander of the defense forces.

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  • 01:11 Powering Zimbabwe: $500 Million Upgrade To Increase Energy Generation

    Powering Zimbabwe: $500 Million Upgrade To Increase Energy Generation

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    Zimbabwe will take a huge step towards resolving its long running energy deficit this year after the completion of expansion of the Kariba South Hydro power station. Farai Mwakutuya reports from the capital, Harare.

  • 02:11 DRC Fuel Shortages: Government Ban On Price Increases Causing Acute Shortages

    DRC Fuel Shortages: Government Ban On Price Increases Causing Acute Shortages

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    The country's capital Kinshasa is facing an acute fuel scarcity as the government implements a ban on petroleum price increase. Motorists are queuing for long hours at filling stations to get the now precious commodity. CGTN's Chris Ocamringa has more.

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  • 06:17 EFF Pleased With Motion Of No Confidence Results: Malema

    EFF Pleased With Motion Of No Confidence Results: Malema

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    The motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma has failed. According to the results, votes were 177, 198 no votes and nine abstentions. MPs used a secret ballot to vote. ANC members pledged to back Zuma aiming to thwart opposition efforts to force hi

  • 02:07 Tunisia Mediating For Solution To End The Libya Crisis

    Tunisia Mediating For Solution To End The Libya Crisis

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    Tunisia is mediating between all Libyan parties, political factions and tribal leaders to find a peaceful settlement in the war ravaged country. Top Libyan leaders are holding meetings with Tunisian President, in order to turn the page on 6 years of insta

  • 01:20 Communities Join Forces To Protect Niger's Last Giraffes

    Communities Join Forces To Protect Niger's Last Giraffes

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    West Africa's last giraffes can be found in Niger, about 50 kilometres from Niamey in the Kour¨¦ area. Only about 5-hundred remain -- and are carefully guarded by conservationists. International donors, NGOs and even community members have been roped in t

  • 00:59 Uganda Beefs Up Security Along DRC Border After UN Report

    Uganda Beefs Up Security Along DRC Border After UN Report

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    Uganda says it is continuing to tighten security along its border with the Democratic Republic of Congo. This follows a new United Nations report that revealed 250 people were killed in the DRC between March and June this year. Hillary Ayesiga has more fr

  • 05:52 Zuma Has Now Survived Eight Votes Of No Confidence

    Zuma Has Now Survived Eight Votes Of No Confidence

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    In South Africa, President Jacob Zuma has survived yet ANOTHER vote of no confidence. It's the eighth time he's survived such a motion. Parliamentary speaker Baleka Mbete has just announced the results in Parliament. 198 MPs voted against the motion of no

  • 05:51 Vote-counting Under Way In Most Parts Of Kenya

    Vote-counting Under Way In Most Parts Of Kenya

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    Official results are due to be announced within seven days. But the electoral body says it may release them sooner. We are now joined by our reporters Jane Kiyo here in Nairobi and Alexandria Majallah in Kisumu.

  • 05:10 Vote-counting Under Way Across Most Parts Of Kenya

    Vote-counting Under Way Across Most Parts Of Kenya

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    Polls have closed in Kenya and vote-counting has begun in a tight election to choose a president and parliament. Voting centres closed at 5pm local time on Tuesday. Results are not expected before Wednesday, and the electoral body has seven days to declar

  • 01:36 Trade Route Along Ugandan Border Grinds To A Halt

    Trade Route Along Ugandan Border Grinds To A Halt

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    As Kenyans went to the polls, however, there's anxiety across the border. In Uganda, many importers have temporarily suspended business along the Kenyan route. Some transport operators have refused to move passengers across the border altogether. CGTN's I

  • 02:02 Declining Trade With South Africa Boosts Local Production

    Declining Trade With South Africa Boosts Local Production

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    The decline in trade between Zimbabwe and its biggest economic partner, South Africa has been attributed to import restrictions introduced last year which have stimulated an increase in local production. Farai Mwakutuya has more.

  • 00:17 Iran: Rouhani And Zimbabwe's Mugabe Hold Private Bilateral Meeting In Tehran

    Iran: Rouhani And Zimbabwe's Mugabe Hold Private Bilateral Meeting In Tehran

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    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani received his Zimbabwean counterpart 93-year-old Robert Mugabe in Tehran on Monday. The pair held a closed-door meeting at mid-morning local time to discuss bilateral relations and promote mutual cooperation between the two

  • 01:21 Beat The Pot Protest March - Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

    Beat The Pot Protest March - Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

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    MDC-T Women’s Assembly Beat The Pot protest march in Bulawayo demonstrate against poverty in Zimbabwe on 16 July 2017 These pots are empty & we are starving because we no longer have anything to cook. - Thokozani Khupe, MDC vice president said while addre

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