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13
DEC

AfricaLink on Air - 13 December 2018

A fire breaks out in an electoral commission building in Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo days ahead of a crucial election+++ A nationwide strike by university staff in Nigeria enters its sixth week +++Cameroonian journalist Mimi Mefo speaks of her experience after three days in jail.
12
DEC

AfricaLink on Air - 12 December 2018

Ugandan political leaders meet to resolve the political crisis facing the country++ Kenya marks 55 years of independence +++Mixed reactions in Cameroon as religious leaders call for prayers to end corruption
11
DEC

AfricaLink on Air - 11 December 2018

Nigerian presidential candidates sign an agreement for a peaceful campaign ahead of elections+++President Kabila downplays observers’ insecurity concerns in the forthcoming DRC elections+++Ghana’s Luok clan calls on an inter-marriage ban to be lifted
10
DEC

Africa Link on Air - 10 December 2018

What does human rights mean to our listeners as UN marks 70 years since its declaration?+++Amnesty International calls on ICC to fully probe Boko Haram conflict atrocities+++ Togo opposition accuses government of brutal crackdown after deaths during protests
07
DEC

Africa Link on Air - 07 December 2018

Zambia court rules president Lungu can run again in 2021 vote+++ Angela Merkel succeeded as CDU chief by loyalist Kramp-Karrenbauer+++ Why many young Ghanaians are shunning agriculture for white collar jobs+++WFP warns the food crisis in South Sudan could get worse
07
DEC

Spotlight on Europe

Countrywide protests in France threaten Macron's presidency+++ Dutch clergy prevents the deportation of failed asylum seekers+++The collapse in Turkey's currency affects its once-booming construction industry.
06
DEC

Africa Link on Air - 06 December 2018

Rwanda government critic Diane Rwigara acquitted+++ Nigerian opposition parties endorse Abubakar as their flag bearer in forthcoming elections+++ Young Cameroonians using music to spread peace message in Anglophone restive regions
05
DEC

AfricaLink on Air - 05 December 2018

Security experts fault the committee formed by the Cameroonian government to disarm militant groups +++UN officials in South Sudan to investigate sexual attacks on women and girls in the town of Bentiu++++And should clerics undergo theology studies before preaching?
03
DEC

AfricaLink on Air - 03 December 2018

COP 24, the world’s largest climate conference kicks off in Poland but what is at stake for Africa? +++Nigeria's main opposition party, PDP launches its presidential campaign in the Northern part of the country+++ US and China agree to suspend their trade dispute temporarily
30
NOV

AfricaLink on Air - 30 November 2018

Reports: CAF strips Cameroon right to host 2019 AFCON tournament +++ Niger involves migrants in fight against HIV/AIDS +++ Experts seek ways to re-fertilize Africa's degraded soil
30
NOV

Spotlight on Europe

Tensions escalate between Russia and Ukraine+++ Is the much celebrated Christmas character in Netherlands ‘Black Pete’ racist? +++French president Emmanuel Macron addresses protestors in the fuel hike prices demos+++Divided views on Theresa May’s UK Brexit deal agreement

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