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AfricaLink on Air – 02 May 2019

Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel visits West Africa and pledges to support the region in its fight against Islamist terrorism+++Ugandan opposition politician Bobi Wine is freed on bail+++ Deadly clashes in Venezuela plunge the country deeper into political crisis.

AfricaLink on Air – 01 May 2019

Olympic champion Semenya loses appeal over testosterone rules+++Dutch court rules widows of executed Nigeria activists can continue case against Shell +++New Afro barometer poll shows many people in Africa willing to trade freedom for security

AfricaLink on Air - 30 April 2019

Uganda police clash with supporters of pop star opposition MP Bobi Wine+++Nigeria’s anti-corruption agency arraigns football officials for misappropriation of funds amounting to $9.5 million dollars +++One man’s dream of making it big in Nigeria’s competitive theatre scene and massive film industry Nollywood

AfricaLink on Air - 29 April 2019

Sierra Leone lifts a month-long ban on industrial fishing+++Nigerian government deploys troops to search for unknown gunmen who are kidnapping foreign workers for ransom+++Sudan's military and opposition agree on joint council+++A music therapist in Ghana uses music to improve the health condition of children with special needs

AfricaLink on Air - 25 April 2019

Sudanese protesters converge for a "million-strong" demonstration to turn up the heat on the ruling military council+++As cyclone Kenneth approaches Mozambique it leaves people in the Comoros Island without power+++Ghana digitalizes the agricultural sector for the youth+++Women in Cameroon call for peace

AfricaLink on Air - 24 April 2019

Some activists are not happy with Egypt hosting the Africa human rights summit+++Dozens killed in floods in South Africa+++ United Nations Security Council adopts a watered-down resolution on sexual violence in conflict zones+++ Katsina State in Nigeria faces an acute water scarcity

AfricaLink on Air - 23 April 2019

African leaders give Sudan's transitional military council three months to hand over power to civilians after emergency AU summit+++Mali president names former finance minister Boubou Cisse new prime minister+++A group of young men in The Gambia are turning tyres into street bins to keep their environment clean.

AfricaLink on Air - 22 April 2019

African Union intervenes the current crisis in Sudan after talks broke down between protesters and the military on a transitional government+++Ugandan lawmaker and musician Bobi Wine calls for a peaceful protest after police banned him from staging musical concerts+++Meet genocide hero Damas Gisimba who saved over 400 Tutsis who were being hunted down in the first days.

AfricaLink on Air - 19 April 2019

UN evacuates dozens of refugees from Libya as war rages+++Nigeria’s former chief justice appeals graft conviction+++South Sudan plans to form unity government face setback +++Why Uganda risks losing EU market for its agricultural products

AfricaLink on Air - 18 April 2019

Uganda's top court upholds ruling to remove presidential age caps+++Global press freedom under threat+++Gambia takes stock of former ruler's alleged corruption and human rights abuses

AfricaLink on Air - 17 April 2019

Sudan's ousted president Omar al-Bashir moved to prison+++Questions on freedom of expression in Nigeria after activist IG Wala is jailed for 7 years for criminal defamation+++Zimbabwe white farmers sue S Africa

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