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take. us. with. more on. this is state of the news africa coming up in the next 15 minutes a highly anticipated court case is safe to get under way in malawi. election victory last month the court will hear a titian from opposition parties who allege the village was mobbed with fraud. then back to the motherland 5 eastern black rhinos born in europe have been relocated to one day it's part of a program to reintroduce the species to the country after it had disappeared for nearly a decade we'll see how they're doing in their new home. i'm
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christine wonderwall come to africa i'm glad you did we begin in malawi wave the constitutional court is set to start hearing a challenge to the outcome of last month's presidential election opposition say the vote which president narrowly won was by irregularities the prison which atika had applied to stop the hearing set for wednesday but the court ruled against him the allegations of election fraud triggered a massive precious in malawi made last week demonstrations called for the resignation of the head of malawi's electoral commission and an investigation into tames that the results sheets. with correction fluid. or i should give more on the situation in malawi i'm joined by timothy i'm tom boy timothy is the chairperson. a coalition of. the as the human rights defenders coalition they're
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also pushing for an investigation into potential election irregularities welcome to africa timothy's so you'll coalition alongside the opposition are challenging the validity off last month's election that's open on which how to get reelected what are you hoping to get out of this legal process. thank you very much. to begin with like to say citizens of this country. we have a stake in whatever happens in this country and we believe in electric justice and we are demanding electoral count to be ricci for we know that the disk knows this country spirit and i says if people and no one should come distorts the will of the people people came in their lives numbers on the 25th of may but
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what came out or sad is that people have busy applying or itch on trade to break the law on our on on on on are these ads which was an acceptable sleaze that's where my dad was a lot of the they gravity's and what we expect out of this whole process we expect electorate justice expectation of the citizens of this country they're well to know what lead to happen and if anything this example this country added to go back to the polls to let justice prevails and it doesn't let warren. riyad a winner. because some people used out there for a week that they manipulated theory that so we said or predictor of fraud busy for i say not really a trauma and many people who want justice ok let's talk about this process you in effect take issue with the electoral commission i. believe that it's not acted
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independently as an independent institution and i just wondered how much faith you have in the judiciary that in this process that they did issue also be independent . to begin with this he says of this country has lost trust in the in my loud little commission and that's why we have had people protesting or of course the country since that day we voted out to get people in for testing and the 20th of june or as they did that people showed that they do not trust their little one and they have lost confidence that's why we're calling for the head of the. little commission chair based on a slick course. the citizens of this country and we stayed. in they see for sappy well why don't all respect and trust in our judges so we're advising our judges and the courts that whatever decision that they will eventually should be in
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the best interest of justice we want to the courts to. provide justice ok which is actually fair to the. we have trust. given the courts and we believe that they do just right right my last one to you mr m. tumble just as you have done in the last weeks and we've seen what time of court and president of demonstrations in malawi are you going to continue in that way mobilizing people to come to the streets. yes we are going to. and we're going to also use straight edges right now we are going to ask citizens of this country hussein signatures or across the country the same signatures or too explicit their dissatisfaction with the process and we're all going to our citizens to the same signatures if they think. to go
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they sort of well our little for missing out with the. this is what we're planning to do we are going to point to new demand in justice but basically it's all as a while for you malays were demanding an issue for almost 3 short years peaceful protest where rising this citizens know what we can gauge in a very right d.v.d.'s all right that's timothy in temple speaking for the human rights defenders coalition of malawi appreciate your time thank you very much appreciate it it's out of the story off a true homecoming 5 back east and writers have spent their 1st day in africa after being relocated from europe to rwanda the 2 males and 3 females were flown from a zoo in the czech republic where they've been getting to know each other either after arriving from say fresh european ox. grazing in their new home
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after a long journey all the way from the czech republic to africa 5 black rhino is get their 1st taste of rwanda and they seem to like the grounds in this park. struggle to show this is wonderful having to this is the one a wonderful place for. i don't think you'll be any problem it takes time it's lucky the species really does adapt well and i'm sure he'll 6 months will. go be well settled and. eastern black rhino he said critically endangered only 5000 of them still survive in the wild which is why these primaries bred in europeans who use have been flown to rwanda after a transition period they'll eventually be released into the wild and hopefully reproduce. c wenders ambassador to germany was there to wish the runners well before the animals left europe late last week.
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they are very likely to go. is in the country that is considered to be one of the cleanest country in the continent one of the safest country of the continent so. it's already a good prerequisite for a new home. and for a wend helping save the black rhino is also a way to promote eco tourism. and this contributed to our national target of debris pretty pretty full from our 444-2800 1000000 your stores are under moves to you. revenues we are out of this. conservation but it's also contributes to well being good for our. we have communities potentially
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turning a profit on animals finding a new habitat it sounds like a win win situation for rwanda's new black rhino. campus to me the next story is in south africa where rugby is a did sports but the game is still largely dominated by white men and there have been if it's to redefine it as a national sport now one such if it was the appointment of a black woman as the 1st female coach of a national scene lorian your highness's 1st international game isn't a few hours from now when the 20 goals team faces and bob weigh in a 2 match bilateral series. we had the training camp of south africa is on the 20 b. team in the capital of pretoria the squad just getting ready for its next game. and for the 1st time its coach is a woman. who
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was once a national team player for becoming a national team coach is another dream come true it is just. this is important you are you are in a position where you can influence people influence the future. and as an agent. just go inside of what my goal. is to help someone achieve the best that they can and look at that national on a national level i have the power to do that. sending young people down the right path has been her job for the past 4 years she herself was the student of the high school in the cape town suburb of now she is one of the teachers. no small feat in the part of town renowned for its gangs and crime. i. mean that are
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in close sometimes you have to be. on that field sometimes you have to be very firm and explain to them what does the quiet for you and off the field you have a more into active moment where you can be real with them we speak to them about. how to motivate them to do the piece and they can do for themselves and for the future. teacher and directly coach has certainly impressed her students. the last isn't any positive off optimistic she always looks on the bright side i i'm very proud of my most for doing something that she loves and just to let other people be inspired him to do what they love so i'm actually the man was doing that. ok on the playing field she is now responsible for players from across
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the country and that's perhaps her biggest strength knowing how to get the best out of them. she wants to break through the traditionally male dominated sport of rugby at least skin color and race she says are a thing of the past. oh definitely. equal opportunity for everyone in south africa and definitely these opportunities go to law so. you can play so it's a change with. the next goal for laurie and johannes is for her team to win its upcoming games further down the road she dispassionately like to see more women in leadership positions in the sport and eventually she'd also like to be coach of the main women's national team. and that is that. is africa as always you can catch all our stories on our website. and facebook page we see is an
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inspirational woman in that the post leave you with some pictures of some strong african women i found a. small circle in somalia the changing. people making it possible to go to africa. fantastic right. as they set out to say feel. good learn from one another. and work together for the church. in south. africa w.
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with different languages we fight for different things that's fine but we all stick up for freedom freedom of speech and freedom of press. giving freedom of choice global news that matters w made for mines. welcome to the world. 10 years ago we all woke up to the shocking news that michael jackson died suddenly more about that in a minute but also coming up today. in venice. british. inspired by works of. june the
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25th 2009 michael jackson died of an overdose of drugs administered by his private doctor which were meant to help him sleep just 3 months before the king of pop had announced a series of comeback concerts to be staged in london his 1st live shows in over a decade today his legacy is divided undoubtedly one of the greatest musical talents of his generation there were also terrible allegations about his private life which possessed to this day. was michael jackson a troubled musical genius a monster or maybe. one decade ago news of the king of pop's death nearly broke the internet google and other platforms experience delays as millions tried to confirm the story. in the next days the shock and then the emotional outpouring of his adoring fans.


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