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ZIMBABWE, 16 November 2017 – Following a military takeover of Zimbabwe on Tuesday night, the situation on the ground remains calm. eNCA's senior anchor Nkepile Mabuse has an update from Harare.
ZIMBABWE, 16 November 2017 – The leader of the youth wing of Zimbabwe’s ruling party ZANU-PF, Kudzanayi Chipanga, has apologised for denigrating the army, following a military coup.
The current situation in Harare, Zimbabwe, is a result of the country's protest movements. This is according to Zimbabwean Pastor, Evan Mawarire.
Many Zimbabweans who are heading home from South Africa tell eNCA's Michael Appel, off-camera, how happy they are the Robert Mugabe will very soon, no longer be the country's president.
14 November 2017 – eNCA Zimbabwe correspondence Pindai Dube speaks about reports of a coup and the tanks seen in the capital Harare, just a day after the army chief issued a warning.
Our guest this week is outgoing chairperson of the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights, Advocate Pansy Tlakula. Who takes us through the state of human rights on the continent. We close the show off with a group of young dancers from Uganda
We also look at the outcome of Kenya’s rerun of its presidential elections and see where it all goes from there. We’ll also be looking at how much Ethiopians love their Volkswagen Beetles as the market for new cars there grows ever bigger.
Uhuru Kenyatta won with 98,2 percent of the vote, despite four opposition areas boycotting the polls.
Our guest picks up on that and the current systems of democracy on the African continent. We also take a look at the plague in Madagascar. And seal it with Rwanda’s improved transport system.
Our guest talks about al Shabaab attacks in that region. We also take a look at the 30th anniversary of Thomas Sankara's assassination. We also have a look at potential investment opportunities on the African continent.