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Africalink on Air - 19 July 2019

Kenya’s county assemblies will begin debating proposed constitutional amendments that might change presidential term limits from five to seven+++South Africa's Zuma halts graft testimony, but may return+++Algerians flock to Egypt for Africa Cup final against Senegal in a much anticipated game.

AfricaLink on Air - 17 July 2019

Sudan protest leaders and army rulers sign a power sharing deal+++South Africans mourn 'White Zulu' singer Johnny Clegg+++The RUGA settlement saga continues as Northern elders tell Fulanis in the south to return home.

AfricaLink on Air - 16 July 2019

Germany’s Special Forces end a controversial training mission in Cameroon after lawmakers raise concerns on ethical grounds+++Former Nigeria leader Olusegun Obasanjo in an open letter to President Buhari, urges him to take national security seriously +++Land owners in parts of South Sudan have again accused the United Nations Mission in the country, of stealing their land.

AfricaLink on Air - 15 July 2019

Jacob Zuma testifies before a commission on his role in state corruption+++A pastor has been confirmed with Ebola as the disease spreads in DR Congo+++Ugandans are making profits from snail farming to supply the insatiable apetites of foreigners in the capital Kampala.

AfricaLink on Air - 11 July 2019

Why many people believe corruption is on the increase in Africa++++DW talks to the wife of missing journalist in Tanzania as the government now says it does not know if he is alive or dead +++Africa’s population expected to double by 2050 says the UN

AfricaLink on Air - 10 July 2019

Kenya hosts UN regional conference on ending terrorism and extremist violence +++ Malawian women hold post-election rallies in the county’s major cities+++ Uganda debates the construction of a dam on one of the country’s major tourist attraction

AfricaLink on Air - 09 July 2019

No pomp and color as South Sudan marks 8 years of independence+++ Nigerian writer Lesley Nneka Arimah wins the 2019 Caine prize+++ Controversy brews in northern Nigeria days after government suspended the RUGA settlement plan for Fulani herders

AfricaLink on Air - 08 July 2019

African leaders launch a continental free-trade zone +++ICC finds former Congolese warlord Bosco Ntaganda guilty of 18 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity +++Nigeria struggles to provide proper medical rehab clinics for those suffering from alcohol and drug abuse.

AfricaLink on Air - 05 July 2019

Celebration in Sudan as military and opposition agree power-sharing deal+++Fresh protests over disputed elections in Malawi+++ Internally displaced people in Cameroon due to the Anglophone crisis seek new means of livelihood

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