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now she's on the end. i'm an image to me. well, the biggest family in what secret? why behind it was the discover new adventures in 360 degree and explore fascinating world heritage site. the w world heritage 360. now me this is the, they'll be news africa coming up on the program for the africans with little to lose thought. tuning off off the looting often and violence, the country, the unrest. hi nice. it's growing in the corner. how should the government deal with this place that south africa is also being hit by and addresses 3rd wave approve at 19 that's rolling over the continent. tough mozambique looked the
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african nations for military help. wanda stepped off by sending troops to fight a growing is insurgency in the north of the country? we need cop female police chief, the commissioner, direct thousands of police officers on how to keep women's face. african refugees, athletes ready to take on the lympics despite hardships on the road is helps you ah, the me hello, i'm really mohammed, it's good to have you with us. not africa is facing its worst. unrest in recent years was originally thought that as protests over arrests of and jailing our former presidential consumer shifted to violence and anger over the countries, dias, social and economic issues. now we'll keep opperation on way off the days of looting
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of shopping centers and businesses that the supply chains and transport length. the government has supported security forces to contain tensions in several provinces. more than 100 people have been killed and over 2000 arrested. a week off the process started present sales. i'm opposed to businesses the effective science and says the economy has been hit hard. now there are fears of food and fuel sausages, w christine wind. war has more on the resident, stalking up on basic supplies. i mean, a shopping mall in alexandra township. this is in johannesburg, and this really is one of the last small standing in this particular township. and throughout the day, the members of the alexander community has been coming along to do their shopping. here. it's already been monitored really well, you've had soldiers patrolling the area. of course, there is some panic buying that's starting to happen now. is people fear that
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they're not going to have access to food and other essentials in the coming days that they will be end up not having something that i'm tired of me. this is one of the more that was left and i just being protected very much by a number of officials. so in a short while from now you're going to see members of the south african national defense forces patrolling the area. basically just touching base to see that everything still remains calm and in order to keep the same talk, how much longer you feel that you guys are going to be eligible. we're going to be here for some time. as long as this looting and as pending of warehouses, we are still going to be in their presence is making it possible for a shop like this one behind me to stay open at this time because of course, the threat level is still very much alive. well, joining me from johanna to discuss the further is economists de la koobooley. i
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don't know, we've seen some of the worst violence in south africa since apartheid in the 19 ninety's. how does this spiral out of control? it is amc government to be traced. the hopes and dreams of our people liberation. remember that from 1994. when nelson mandela became president until 2020, our economy has expanded capital terms, but only 18 percent. so what we've seen now is that what's happening now, we've got overlapping and public health, humanitarian economic crisis. we've also got a political crisis in the party that is at war with itself. and we also have a public safety or security crisis to start off as a political issue over the jailing of former president jacob's duma. so is there a political motive behind the latest violence?
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okay, it started is it is a political reasons and whether you are 3 or don't agree with what jacobs. my thing is a political grievance that has to be addressed and are ready just appointed and political leaders, especially the president, the a ship. when this thing started on saturday, they should have been on the 1st claim to, to, to the province of do not talk to talk to the people and calm down the situation because of content security to respond that he's not preceded by political response . but now it is most into something to be to in the original crisis, we are seeing practical hunger, we've seen, and people stealing food and the major future thing. people are hungry a survey, look down for africa with 10000000 people population, 60000000 people. we had 100 in april and may when the survey was done and 3 of
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those people were children. so we've got a huge monetary crisis at the moment. have the covered line restrictions imposed by the government play the part in causing this unrest and, and i think and many countries in europe was just going back to normal. just call the situation the government has watched its from day one. and what happens is they are now a another when i pulled an over the top lock down. and they didn't allocate even a st towards the millions of people who would be affected by its devastating impact . and that is one of the many things that happened just yet in terms of the bad management of the economy, because the government started with their budget. one of the most of the budgets and post the politics used to when they said they're going to withdraw about 255000000 rent drums economy. due to these off, derek and measures, they custom social security is what it was given to people during code and that,
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and then they implemented shoes for what we have in for that right now. and via society. good unemployment, young people, 74 percent, almost african people. indigenous african people about 47.8 percent. african females and 51.5 percent in 2 problems is a problem because i'm interested. unemployment is about 50 percent. so we have what the fibers society district people was starving and told the bible at the moment to suck, punching off the mismanagement of the economy over a long period to full. so what needs to be done and what's the solution to addressing the level of inequality when you can strike, not that and when you have an earthquake that you start to military and response. so you provide medicines to people who effectively provide incomes to their
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chambers. and shelton manufacturer can fight. so when we are calling for basic income drugs that can be paid to and people who are between the ages of 18 and 59 without conditions, can be a conditional cash transfer to these people. and i'm saying that it can be implemented over treated because what we need to address the immediate humanitarian press and shall we equal country in the world. we've got shocking little gym, or african at the last time 64 percent of people were testified as under the policy . so what this can do is to reduce poverty over 3 years by 66 percent. and then the next thing we have to do integers, universal social security, and that can eliminate property as well. 3 appeared to companies to contrast that from china start. thank you very much for your insights. now health care services
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have also been effected by the rest of africa faces a 3rd wave of current of virus infections. the highly contagious delta variant is where the concerns of virus could spread even more quickly. this is great progress for any being able to exercise. again. i came in, coughing, coughing, coughing, today i am 100 percent better than just getting to tell me that all my blood work. excellent. i'm responding well with the medication. any night i was lucky to get to bed in this emergency covered 1900 centre inter harrisburg, a charity organization set up this ward because public and private clinics are overwhelmed. now they to us struggling to cope
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reiney and say because it's so stations in the community to get a job, phoning me from the community for help. and when we for a year, then we still need to help them and we don't want them to be lost through the system. and the reason the unrest in the country could have the cooling of i was, but even more quickly, south africa's president is concerned i was sick, cannot get medication from pharmacies. food does not rigid supermarket shelves and health workers cannot go to work. we will soon be facing a huge risk of food insecurity and medication insecurity. in a few weeks, our vaccination program has been severely disrupted,
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just as it is gaining momentum. only about 2 percent of south africa, the population a fully inoculated with a number of new infections around 20000. the day, speeding up the vaccination rate is the center. but in the protests and looting that's been difficult, plus food for the just make it hard for people to watch the crowds. if we have members of the public flocking into the shops and most to buy food stuff. well, also risking the spread of covered 19 and it will go to control uncontrollable levels with a delta event that is currently prevailing in our country in the emergency wall test. cos i'm worried about the 3rd wave of corona virus infections, a lot more gray. so it's easily transmitted. patients are now presenting with
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most of us symptom to far patients here. traumatized. many were only admitted to this war when this symptoms became severe. not being able to breathe talking, my son took him to doctor on the phone or to turn in redeem, explaining to him to this with the machine changed the machine. put another machine in the 1st one experience because you don't know work later. hey, you know, they look at the news and said people are going on, you know, passing things. it's the most frightening experience. if the numbers keep skyrocketing the best, he could also soon be filled south africa. the nation was hit by the via, with an africa, with more than 65000, call the death to no i
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now see mozambique where the northern province of cover delgado is facing a long running security crisis. attacks by an on troops had to be linked to the so called the stomach states have escalated. in recent months, the fighters have rang towns gained control of key roads and destroyed infrastructure. when the women and children have been kidnapped and thousands killed, started shooting and attacking the village. my baby was asleep, so i went to get him and they followed me. when i picked up the baby they shouted, don't stop will kill you. i beg to know, please don't kill us. i took the baby in my arms. he was naked. no place on nothing at all. no one is around 750000 people have fled their homes to escape the violence. many are seeking safety in coastal communities, the south of cub cargo agencies, a warning of a humanitarian catastrophe. around half,
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also the children have chronic malnutrition and last week for one to deploy 1000 troops to help combat the one. the soldiers are being joined by forces from the 60 nation of an african developments community, also known as the war. and this i'm joined by gilbert kentucky professor of international relations at the university of it's of what a strong in johannesburg. thank you very much indeed for being with us on t w. news africa. thank you very much. sarah. wonder is not considered the richest country in africa, nor is it the most powerful in terms of military might. what do you think the one troops will be able to achieve in cub delgado? it is expected that because as mentioned that the many years, maybe that experience can be used to help them of them. because as
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a one from there and above the another, number's going to be glenda also experience in keeping me here. so the issue is that they've been in the army as a professional army and it can help in combat robles. so what ro will sort of play in mozambique and does it have the resources and the political will to manage such an undertaking? so there is no well tested in these kinds of problem back also 7 insight ending in a laser. the problem is one of how to coordinate the sort of process, but it clearly how you could in it was with them was gonna be nice no defense. because again, there is wanda, which is already on the operation. so i don't know how to be,
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and i will have to wait and see why the boys is going to be more room for the nation. the reason it's you, it's an anticipated situation where they divide up the entire region on who actually is going to do what we do in the broader region. you're suggesting that they may be conflicting priorities and perhaps even friction at the military command level with so many groups involved. why is it that the most them big military cause seem to handle this by themselves? it started in october to 2017. so it's been 3 years since that inside and when it begun, the mother because government rely on military companies from russia was they want to defeated. that is glenda mother because military got an external
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force as well could. how could you expand on the grievances among the community in cub delgado? good movie and populations. the sales manager lies from the central government in my grievances in india. but i think they have been coming up more clearly over the last 3 years. we the discovery of the not for recalls as in that reader. so the read on sales marginalized from the senate, but they don't think they government taken them seriously until recently. and there was because none of the building to initiate some development projects. but there feel a bit address. yeah. grievances, equally with discovery of the night before as the in the regions. so of course when you have these guys coming up to contain those grievances.
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all right. gilbert gala, thank you very much for your time. the what's in the w news africa still to come, the refugee and then they seem looking to make tribes and when medals at the tokyo game. the united nations has commended a female female police chief in the jet for her work in keeping women safe. hassan whole says he's aware or has the name be 2021 us population award laureate the recognition on as individuals for improving people's lives. d. w. west africa correspondent mooney has a story on how she's making changes within the national police force in the army of their most powerful female police officer in asia. she is in charge of tons of
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police officers hitting the national police division to protect minors and women. each morning she views reports of violence against women and children from across the country. why do you think i think of them then she guys had a p t to she out the work fighting domestic violence. underwear we shouldn't be leaving legs is no woman, no child should accept the injustice and violence isn't just i've made domestic violence. my person will because it's not normal at all. the women whose men beat and terrorize them, feel safe enough to make a complaint to the police. but those who come to commission as well as do or find a sympathetic welcome from and the woman of wife
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a mother and the sister. i'm in the right position to understand the situation of women. i'm in a good position to understand issues facing children because of my experiences. when she visits women at the safe house for the domestic abuse survivors in the she paid their part in getting men of these women, we're from the men who were abusing their model. comission as we are, our team sometimes have to intervene right at the start of someone's life. sometimes they end up bringing children to dis, orphanage for the kids. and they find themselves in traumatizing situation that can affect their all life. so it's important that i make time for them to play with them by a
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local commission as we keep the survivors she meets in mind. when looking at the big picture, she's often involved in training. the next generation of, or you sophie says that was company 6, they came to these trainings, we better understand how violence against people work. and we've also learned about the different ways that we can protect women and children, and people vulnerable to forms of violence, contacted from give you a level because your impact that this training has had on me is that i have learnt the role. i need to play as a police officer in protecting women, children and men or the job. the luck with it should be from the defeat. it would be dissolved when she is out of uniform. the treutlen commissioners will take care of all. she's the 3rd generation of her family to the
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police officer, even with her keys and indication. there will be what to do if one of her decides to flooring how footsteps ah, now the 2nd, every refugee olympic team will compete at the tokyo games next week. and with many new faces, there are more competitors this year compared to the previous games in rio in 2016 among the athletes are several from south to dunn who had to pass through tough cobra, 1900 restrictions to get there. some athletes prove their insurance in the race for a middle arguably, these refugee athletes from south threw down, have proven it just by making it to these training camp. on the outskirts of the canyon kept to neighbor ruby, the pandemic delayed the games for the testing, their ability to stay on track for the tokyo olympics. so yes,
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you could get into 19, so we had been the good ship. so now 2020, the coroner's county. so service law down at lake via when they come a little bit and training is going on. when corona virus restrictions forced these athletes to relocate base, been crucial months early this year in a refugee camp rather than in a training camp. the saw the group completely cut off from the coaches and training regime that was a big blow to their ambitions and fitness. were getting the program through the group trying to follow the to the coaches to see we have done so it was not that easy, but with them go that we come up and you know,
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we continue to move into the refugee team will be represented across 12 sports, including athletics, boxing, cycling, ty, quando, shooting, and wrestling. and staying with the limpid games. here's one of the athletes that many people on the african continent hope will bring home a medal. kenyon, l, you can progress. that's the marathon world's record. in berlin, in 2018, and he's still hoping to become the 1st man to ever run the marathon in less than 2 hours. this is how the olympic marathon might look a field of runners, but no view is as it was during this test run earlier in the year in the japanese city of support. that's where the marathon will take place in august. by the you
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know, respect though it is with respect to telling us, you know, at least a matter of his life and real nice health, the lives of so many people. so it's a, it's a hi jennifer step. but i o. c and local organized community are not decided that there will be enough. that's ok. so, but i'm excited actually. but still planning. gaining support on even with those fact, this is because for keep turkey, it is not only about winning the mouth on world record holder has been trying for several years to officially run the distance under 2 hours. that means with fans to cheer him on will not keep turkey will be racing in support to beat the clock. this is the w news africa. you can find much more stories. a diesel b dot com, forward slash africa was simply visit us on facebook and on twitter. now we'll
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