9 Sep 2019

Africa correspondent, Debora Patta

From Nine To Noon, 9:48 am on 9 September 2019
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe speaks at the party's annual conference on 17 December, 2016 in Masvingo.

Photo: AFP

There have been nationwide protests in South Africa over gender based violence, sparked by the brutal murder of a nineteen year old film student. Every 3 hours a woman is murdered in the republic.

Also Robert Mugabe died at the weekend, aged 95. Debora talks to Kathryn about his long reign, from liberator to tyrant, and a look at the Zimbabwe left behind. And Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo is getting worse.

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