In tonight's edition: Uganda moved quickly to bring in one of the toughest african coronavirus lockdowns in the region. That's been extended for another two weeks even as some restrictions are lifted allowing some businesses to reopen. Moves to bring in criminal penalties for female genital mutilation in Sudan are welcomed by activists hoping that the changes being brought in since the omar al Bashir last year could mean a huge step forward for women's rights. And finally journalists in Cameroon worry their newspapers will not survive lockdown restrictions.


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