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  • 03:06 The Gambia’s President-elect Adama Barrow Sworn In

    The Gambia’s President-elect Adama Barrow Sworn In

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    Gambia's president-elect Adama Barrow has just been sworn as president of the Gambia at a ceremony in Senegal. The ceremony is taking place at Gambia's embassy in Senegal. Preparations have been under way for the better part of the day. Despite the threat

  • 04:38 Update on the Burundi Political Crisis

    Update on the Burundi Political Crisis

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    Burundi Channel Africa Correspondent Balen Haviyiramana talks to us on the heels of the United Nations Security Council call to all stakeholders in the Burundi political crisis to get back to the negotiating table and resolve the political crisis there.

  • 01:46 Libyan Political Rivals To Meet In Morocco For Talks

    Libyan Political Rivals To Meet In Morocco For Talks

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    Egyptian president EL Sisi is very much concerned the crisis and how it's affecting his own country. Libyan political rivals are preparing to meet in Morocco for political dialogue. Ahead of that, the UN's special envoy called on all sides to make a final

  • 02:05 Young Egyptians Form New Party For Local Elections

    Young Egyptians Form New Party For Local Elections

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    Egypt is preparing to go to the polls this coming weekend to vote for a new Parliament, the first in three years. The country's youth have played a big role in recent political changes, but this is still yet to translate into actual power. A new party is

  • 02:29 Nigeria, South Africa Trade; Bumpy Political Relationship Hurts Growth Of Business

    Nigeria, South Africa Trade; Bumpy Political Relationship Hurts Growth Of Business

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    Nigeria and South Africa are the two biggest economies in Africa with a combined GDP of close to a trillion US Dollars. Trade between them is still fairly small despite growing exponentially in the last two decades from just seven million dollars in 1999

  • 02:35 Former Zimbabwe Vice President Joice Mujuru Registers New Party

    Former Zimbabwe Vice President Joice Mujuru Registers New Party

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    Zimbabwe's former Vice President Joice Mujuru has officially registered her party, People First, with the country's electoral commission. Mujuru was ejected from ZANU PF and government in 2014. She was accused of attempting to illegally remove president R

  • 02:18 One On One With Mujuru And Her New Political Party: Zimbabwe

    One On One With Mujuru And Her New Political Party: Zimbabwe

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    Zimbabwe's former vice President, Joyce Mujuru officially launched a new political Party, Zimbabwe People first to challenge President Robert Mugabe. Our correspondent in Zimbabwe Shingai Nyoka had a one -on -one with Mujuru and started asking her how she

  • 01:48 Thousands Turn Out For Maiden Zimbabwe People First Rally

    Thousands Turn Out For Maiden Zimbabwe People First Rally

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    Bulawayo's Stanley Square was packed Sunday with thousands of supporters of Zimbabwe People First, the political party led by former Vice President Joice Mujuru. Many in the crown wore t-shirts bearing the face of Mrs. Mujuru, as they chanted her name. Or

  • 01:58 Libya’s Medical Sector Crumbles Due To Political And Economic Instability

    Libya’s Medical Sector Crumbles Due To Political And Economic Instability

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    As the new Libyan government struggles to keep the country's economy afloat, and the warring parties at bay, one sector has been literally falling apart - Libya's health system. Many hospitals have been forced to shut down entire departments. With medicin

  • 04:59 Zimbabwe Political Parties Leaders Expected To Lead A Protest On Friday

    Zimbabwe Political Parties Leaders Expected To Lead A Protest On Friday

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    Leaders from 18 political parties in Zimbabwe are expected to lead a demonstration tomorrow to force President Robert Mugabe to implement electoral reforms ahead of the 2018 vote. The march is expected to draw thousands of supporters. Morgan Tsvangirai of

  • 00:54 Preparation For Elections In Ghana On Course Despite Lawsuits

    Preparation For Elections In Ghana On Course Despite Lawsuits

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    n Ghana, the country's Electoral Commission is coming under intense scrutiny. This, after it disqualified 13 of the 17 candidates hoping to run for president. Aggrieved candidates have moved to court to challenge the Commission's decision. The country wil

  • 00:57 Campaigning Underway After Years Of Delays In Mali

    Campaigning Underway After Years Of Delays In Mali

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    Mali is preparing to hold crucial elections.Campaigning for the municipal vote is underway following two years of delays due to the persistent insecurity in the country. Malians will cast their ballots on November 20. They will elect 12 thousand Councillo

  • 01:01 Ivorian Court Validates Referendum Results On New Constitution

    Ivorian Court Validates Referendum Results On New Constitution

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    Cote d'ivoire's top court has validated the results of a referendum backing a new constitution. President Alassane Ouattara has welcomed the results and says it will help the country turn the page after a decade of political turmoil. An overwhelming major

  • 05:34 Fears The Black Market May Have Begun Printing Fake Bond Notes

    Fears The Black Market May Have Begun Printing Fake Bond Notes

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    Unscrupulous characters have allegedly started printing fake bond notes which they plan to coincidentally release when Zimbabwe's reserve bank issues bond notes into the economy later this month. Despite the claims, the Reserve Bank has rolled out massive

  • 02:31 Tanzanian President Marks One Year In Office

    Tanzanian President Marks One Year In Office

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    President John Magufuli has been marking his first year in office. He's been answering the media's questions for the first time at a special ceremony at State House. President Magufuli has gained a reputation for fighting corruption and for hard work duri

  • 03:14 High-profile Judge Survives Assassination Attempt In Cairo

    High-profile Judge Survives Assassination Attempt In Cairo

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    A judge has survived an assassination attempt in Cairo. Ahmed Aby EL-Fotouh is a high profile judge in a case against former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi. He's also trying supporters of the banned Muslim Brotherhood organisation. Egypt has seen a seri

  • 02:29 Parliamentary Polls In Somalia Pave The Way For Presidential Vote

    Parliamentary Polls In Somalia Pave The Way For Presidential Vote

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    Parliamentary elections are under way in Somalia's regional capitals. Authorities hope to have a new government in place by the end of the year. CCTV's Abdulaziz Billow has more from the capital, Mogadishu.

  • 01:05 President Jacob Zuma: Jail Doesn't Scare Me

    President Jacob Zuma: Jail Doesn't Scare Me

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    South African President Jacob Zuma has told supporters at a rally in Kwa-Zulu Natal province that he is not afraid of jail. It was his first public appearance since a report was published into government corruption.

  • 01:22 Abducted Chibok Schoolgirl Found With Baby By Nigerian Army

    Abducted Chibok Schoolgirl Found With Baby By Nigerian Army

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    Another Chibok girl has been rescued by the Nigerian Army. The girl, found with a child, was discovered at a screening centre in the Sambisa forest in Borno state. Leslie Mirungu with more.

  • 01:33 Egypt Police Arrest 5 Militants Linked To Assassination Attempts

    Egypt Police Arrest 5 Militants Linked To Assassination Attempts

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    Egyptian authorities say they have arrested members of two recently emerged militant groups. Police detained five leaders and other members of the Hasam Movement and Louwaa al-Thawra. They are Groups that have claimed responsibility for assassination atte

  • 03:49 Hawks Plan To Meet Vytjie Mentor On Monday

    Hawks Plan To Meet Vytjie Mentor On Monday

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    JOHANNESBURG, 06 November 2016 - Former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor speaks to ANC about reports that the Hawks asked her to remove information implicating President Zuma from her affidavit.

  • 01:08 Group Of Boko Haram Militants Surrender To Army Troops In Chad

    Group Of Boko Haram Militants Surrender To Army Troops In Chad

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    A large group of Boko Haram fighters alongside their families have surrendered in Chad. That is according to the spokesman for the Multinational Joint Task Force - Colonel Mohmed Dole. CCTV'S Kelechi Emekalam has more details.

  • 01:43 UN Envoy Urges Somalia's Regional States To Stick To Ceasefire Deal

    UN Envoy Urges Somalia's Regional States To Stick To Ceasefire Deal

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    Conflict continues in Somalia. In the central town of Galkacyo recent fighting has displaced more than 90 thousand people. 20 thousand of them are children. Somali authorities and the UN are warning that thousands of children will lose out on an education

  • 01:22 South Sudan Can't Cope Without Kenya Peace Keepers

    South Sudan Can't Cope Without Kenya Peace Keepers

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    South Sudan says it can't cope without Kenya's assistance. Juba says it's ready to back any discussions suggested by the African Union. That comes after Kenya began withdrawing its peacekeepers from South Sudan. The move is part of an ongoing spat between

  • 01:26 Tanzania Hosting Over 110,000 Burundians In Two Camps

    Tanzania Hosting Over 110,000 Burundians In Two Camps

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    Refugees are a concern in Tanzania too. In fact, a leading medical charity says the country's facing the biggest refugee crisis in Africa. Tens of thousands of Burundians continue to cross the border into Tanzania. Charity group MSF says there will be 280

  • 00:38 Kenya Postpones Closure Of Dadaab Refugee Camp

    Kenya Postpones Closure Of Dadaab Refugee Camp

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    Kenya has agreed to delay the closure of the Dadaab refugee camp, to give residents more time to find new homes. The government had vowed to shut Dadaab camp this month, saying it was being used by Islamist militants from neighbouring Somalia, who have la

  • 01:37 South Africa Set For High Level Negotiations With ICC

    South Africa Set For High Level Negotiations With ICC

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    South Africa is set for high level negotiations with the Assembly of State Parties of the International Criminal Court in the Hague, Netherlands on Wednesday. Having given notice to quit the Rome Statute of the ICC last month, Pretoria is expected to stat

  • 05:02 Somalia’s First Female Presidential Candidate

    Somalia’s First Female Presidential Candidate

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    Johannesburg, 17 November 2016 - Somalia's presidential elections are set to take place at the end of November. Among the eighteen candidates vying for the presidency is Fadumo Dayib. Dayib is the first female in the country's history, to run for presiden

  • 13:28 Albie Sachs’s Latest Book Renews Faith In The Constitution

    Albie Sachs’s Latest Book Renews Faith In The Constitution

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    Johannesburg, 17 November 2016 - Former Constitutional Court Judge Albie Sachs, has just published a book called ‘We, the People’. In it, Sachs talks about the country's renewed faith in the Constitution following the landmark Nkandla ruling.

  • 02:03 EU Pledges Millions Of Dollars To Rebuild Central African Republic

    EU Pledges Millions Of Dollars To Rebuild Central African Republic

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    The European Union has pledged nearly 450 million dollars to help rebuild the Central African Republic after years of fighting and bloodshed. The EU is already the largest aid contributor to the C.A.R., but despite additional commitments at a donors' conf

  • 02:20 Meet Zamzam Dahir Mohamud, Somalia's First Woman Senator

    Meet Zamzam Dahir Mohamud, Somalia's First Woman Senator

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    Somalia is electing representatives for its Parliament and Senate. The country hopes to form a new government by end of the year. Some interesting developments have emerged from the elections - with young candidates beating seasoned politicians. CCTV's Ab

  • 02:28 Attacks Continue Despite President's Talks With Niger Delta Leaders

    Attacks Continue Despite President's Talks With Niger Delta Leaders

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    Nigeria could lose over 300,000 barrels of crude oil per day of output following the latest attacks on pipelines in the Niger Delta. The vandalism could also erode confidence in the recent round of talks between the government and leaders from the oil-ric

  • 2:10:42 President Zuma Speaks At The ANCKZN Cadres Forum

    President Zuma Speaks At The ANCKZN Cadres Forum

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    President of the African National Congress (ANC) and the country Jacob Zuma will address the ANC KwaZulu-Natal cadre forum in Pietermaritzburg on Saturday.

  • 01:01 100 Arrested For Demanding English Be Officially Recognised

    100 Arrested For Demanding English Be Officially Recognised

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    In Cameroon, security forces have arrested about 100 people during protests over alleged discrimination against English-speaking people. The protestors have been complaining about the use of French in English-speaking areas across Cameroon.

  • 01:22 SPLM-N Rebel Group Pledges To Stop Recruiting Child Soldiers

    SPLM-N Rebel Group Pledges To Stop Recruiting Child Soldiers

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    The United Nations and one of Sudan's largest rebel groups, the Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North SPLM-N, have signed an accord to end the recruitment of child soldiers. The group has also committed to releasing all children currently in its ranks

  • 00:41 Somalia Adamant Polls Are On Track Despite UN Concerns

    Somalia Adamant Polls Are On Track Despite UN Concerns

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    Concerns are mounting that Somalia's presidential elections -- due to take place on the 30th of November -- will be delayed yet again.The new president is supposed to be chosen by new MPs -- but their election has also has been delayed. The UN has raised

  • 01:20 30% Women Quota In Somalia's Senate, Parliamentary Seats Faces Stiff Resistance

    30% Women Quota In Somalia's Senate, Parliamentary Seats Faces Stiff Resistance

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    In Somalia, lawmakers announced that a 30 percent female quota would be applied to the Senate and parliamentary seats. But implementing this declaration is far more complicated. So far, just 16% of the parliamentary seats and 23% of the Senate seats had b

  • 04:49 Egypt Denies Military Presence In Syria

    Egypt Denies Military Presence In Syria

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    Cairo has denied having a military presence in Syria. The Egyptian Foreign Ministry issued a statement on Sunday, refuting claims of a report by Lebanese newspaper As-Safir. As-Safir reported on Thursday that 18 Egyptian air force pilots had been deployed

  • 01:52 Juba Accepts The Deployment Of 4,000 More UN Troops

    Juba Accepts The Deployment Of 4,000 More UN Troops

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    South Sudan's cabinet has unanimously approved the deployment of 4000 more UN troops. Government says the UN is now free to bring in its peacekeepers at any time. Government says it hopes the deployment will help provide better security for civilians. CCT

  • 01:37 Ghana Presidential Hopefuls To Sign A Peace Accord This Week

    Ghana Presidential Hopefuls To Sign A Peace Accord This Week

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    There's just over a week to go until Ghana heads to the polls. 7 candidates are running for the country's top job. A date to sign a pre and post election peace agreement has been settled upon for this week. The agreement would set down, in writing, the ca

  • 03:42 Jacob Zuma Is Known To Be A Survivor

    Jacob Zuma Is Known To Be A Survivor

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    Johannesburg, 28 November 2016 - One political analyst says ANC NEC members who openly want President Jacob Zuma removed could be out-numbered, Thapelo Tselapedi shares his insights.​

  • 05:48 Analyst Ralph Mathekga On Zuma Motion

    Analyst Ralph Mathekga On Zuma Motion

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    ​Johannesburg, 28 November 2016 - The ANC NEC has extended its meeting by a day as it resumes talks on President Jacob Zuma's ability to lead. Political analyst Ralph Mathekga gives more insight.

  • 02:49 Mkhwebane Lays Criminal Charges Against Madonsela

    Mkhwebane Lays Criminal Charges Against Madonsela

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    Johannesburg, 27 November 2016 - Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane says her predecessor contravened the Public Protector Act by releasing an audio recording of an interview she had with President Jacob Zuma.​ She has laid charges against Thuli Madonsela

  • 01:41 Malnutrition’s Killing Nigerian Children

    Malnutrition’s Killing Nigerian Children

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    JOHANNESBURG - 26 November 2016 - Malnutrition has caused untold suffering for displaced people in Nigeria's north-east. Aid agencies say many are now living in camps or partly destroyed buildings. Reports say least 30 children die daily from lack of food

  • 10:44 SACP  Speaks On Castro's Contribution To South Africa

    SACP Speaks On Castro's Contribution To South Africa

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    JOHANNESBURG - 26 November 2016 - The SA Communist Party said former Cuban leader Fidel Castro would be remembered for the mark he left in this country. The party's Deputy General Secretary Solly Mapaila spoke to eNCA about Castro's contribution to South

  • 01:59 Tanzania, Zambia Presidents Agree To Open Up Railway Management To Foreigners

    Tanzania, Zambia Presidents Agree To Open Up Railway Management To Foreigners

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    The presidents of Zambia and Tanzania are opening up the management of their famous railway to foreign applicants in an attempt to restore it to its former glory. Tanzania's President John Magufuli says both countries are placing economics above politics

  • 05:01 Concerns Mount As Somalia's Presidential Polls Are Postponed Yet Again

    Concerns Mount As Somalia's Presidential Polls Are Postponed Yet Again

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    Somalia's presidential elections have been postponed for a third time. The polls were due to take place on Wednesday. However, Somalia's electoral body says they've been pushed back -- with no new date given. The electoral body has repeatedly said it want

  • 02:54 Kenya's Amina Mohamed Seeks To Be The Next Head Of The African Union

    Kenya's Amina Mohamed Seeks To Be The Next Head Of The African Union

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    East African nations have have endorsed Kenya's Amina Mohamed in her bid to run for chairperson of the African Union Commission. Mohamed is one of the candidates set to replace Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, whose four-year term has come to an end. CCTV spoke ex

  • 02:22 Gambia Citizens Use Marbles To Vote For President In Unique System

    Gambia Citizens Use Marbles To Vote For President In Unique System

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    The tiny West African state of Gambia is due to hold presidential elections on Thursday. Three candidates are in the running including current president, Yahya Jammeh. He's seeking a fifth term in office. Although Jammeh is widely expected to win, there's

  • 01:46 UN Warns Of Increased Rights Violations In South Sudan, Calls For Sanctions

    UN Warns Of Increased Rights Violations In South Sudan, Calls For Sanctions

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    The UN has raised concerns about the increase in human rights violations in South Sudan. Members of the UN Commission on Human Rights have been in South Sudan for the past 10 days. They've called for targeted sanctions and an arms embargo on the world's y