Refugees flee Burundi as violence persists +++ South African broadcasters refuse to air Marikana documentary +++ Beekeeping in Cameroon
The South African government has set aside $92 million dollars to compensate victims of the widely publicized Marikana mine massacre. In 2012, police gunned down 34 miners during a mine workers’ strike.
As South Africa debates whether to remain a member of the International Criminal Court, the country has now been summoned by the court regarding the non-arrest of Sudanese President al-Bashir in 2015.
Ugandan will send home at least 46,000 refugees from Burundi following a request from its government. Burundian officials maintain that the country is now safe after months of civil unrest (with update).
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