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.
Top S.Africa court okays secret ballots in Zuma no-confidence vote+++Are midwives in Africa being replaced by hospitals and doctors?+++Uganda and the UN appeal for aid for S.Sudanese refugees
Donors pledge about 358 million dollars to help Uganda's growing number of refugees, but its far short of the desired funds+++ South African blogger and TV personality Gareth Cliff speaks to DW+++Is the Trump administration keen on US-Africa relations?
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