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and so. what happens next conflict. in 60 minutes g.w. . probably will not succeed in dividing us succeed in taking the people off the streets because we have time to visit dictatorship. taking a stand. matters. made for mines. this is. coming up on the show. now. annoying the ugandan president. and politician says from preston was 70 is holed ridiculous and he's determined to challenge is in court also coming up on the show. in zimbabwe the u.n.
says 5000000 people that's a 3rd of the country to risk of starvation. $300000000.00 to supply. the data. on the. program best of the people who use a daily and they say it's amazing. it's great to have you with us on the show this government saving me is in panic mode those are the words of the leading opposition figure the wine after he was shot during a court appearance on tuesday with intended to annoy or ridicule the press that. are already been charged with several offenses including treason aged $37.00.
let's go threats to preston saving. 74 as one of africa's longest 7 leaders. now wine says members of his people womans have been targets it just the death of one of his supporters is single was utah he was allegedly found missing i think as before he battled his injuries but police say the singer was simply involved in a motorcycle accident one of our colleagues was killed who was in my bed and we strongly believe that basically agent now today as you notice many more serious charges being brought up against us one thing that. that these does not weaken us in any way it does it instead making us stronger and making our resolve. to talk more about this correspondence julio's joins us from kampala uganda and welcome to the show now charged with intending to annoy or ridicule the president how does
will be wind challenge this. hoping why not give a shard of the road the monastery they sent him. trumped up charges and this is not enough if you didn't. know that they have it now this well to do. this thing. so what is very. high up here you are in as far as not going to should not get anywhere with because. now all these charges come a day after the death of. he was a musician and a close friend of bobby and also a constant critic of president 70 bobby and the police have 2 very different accounts what fresh information do we know about his death. they permission rimmer's to show it from the from
a position of quality is that the musician died more for oxygen he was shoveling on a motorbike crush and that's how he ended up dying because they're rushing to those people to try to trap a chief in charge who died from it it has refused to accept the bobi wine himself and refuse to work the city because there are conflicting reports that she was actually abducted went missing for a couple of the and the believe he was tortured. but the government has no of the political made it clear that it was an accident but the family was acquitted. we hope to get more updates on the tsunami warning says you want to challenge president was 70 and 2021 elections is not even possible with all these charges against him. i think for now we are just charges i mean it's his response ability to defend himself against charges. as well as the responsibility of the
prosecution to bring the evidence to prove but indeed all the wine of course to be convicted we are still a couple of years from 2021 and what will happen between now and then perhaps a ready different body will also need to understand our previous eyes are open it's a prison terms of enough also been to court seemed to figure recently been charged with treason with richard if the 2 were greatest i'm against the president ready so it's possible the other side of the rhine could follow the same direction and started to add to our knowledge in a very briefly to have convicted of treason charges that he's also been accused of he and testify about as could face life imprisonment how optimistic is c. against these charges. he actually sounds strong regardless of the treason charges isn't much months and years to a. life in prison but only one that can even back up to 50 years very very clearly victories on many times been tweeting and posting facebook on facebook that he's
only getting stronger is not worried because it sounds like she's sure to get off it ok. correspondents in kampala uganda many thanks for your time. the un has stepped up its imagine. warning that more than 5000000 people it's said of the population i'm desperate need of food aid i'm least half of them are on the brink of starvation. nothing to sell and even if there were a few people here i mean if money to buy food daily life has become a struggle for survival in zimbabwe people spent hours just trying to get by all too often can find. them but again we have reduced the food portions that previously we could cook without rationing like
now we have to do small quantities just to make sure that everyone in the family gets something to eat what do. we go to see the. tracking to get drinking water and food the cost of living is high one cannot even afford to buy basics. the climate crisis hyper inflation bad management corruption there are many reasons for the desperate situation zimbabweans are in but international donors acknowledge the will to get out of the vicious circle. was once the bread basket of the region the international community hopes that the crisis can yet be overcome. and our correspondent in harare privileged machinery sent us this update on how people
there are dealing with the shortages poor harvests like here in airports appear to have been settlement in the eastern part of harare has affected a lot of them were used to farm small plots of land but due to drought they have missed is lost some did not even get anything this situation has been worse and by which is performing badly a lot of people have good nor disposable incomes for them to be able to buy food and feed their families. now something's in short supply but other things i an overabundance cow dung is one of those things that you can easily have a lot of that's been tended to kenya's advantage over the last 10 years the east
african nation has been investing in well let's call it. this might not be the most pleasant activity to do on a farm but it's highly profitable anyone wanting their own small digests and needs at least 2 coats they deliver enough food to produce a rich granite fertilizer in this simple fermentation tank microorganisms transform the culprits not just into compost but also generate bio guess i don't buy gas any more i use it for cooking i want something to be very because it's a lot it's very convenient for me i've been using 5. tackle i don't use it anymore and ever truly kenyan household consumes 10 kilos off i would put day walked that's costly not just in money terry terms cutting down trees costs us deforestation. pretty much you're learning about. issues to
do with climate change and one of the thing that is coming out but it clearly is that the population in kenya and the home was in kenya. needs to adopt and use smarter ways of combined be climate change. but bio slurry doesn't only have combat climate change it also boosts found less crop yields since justified maturing younger has used to organic fertiliser his tuffy production has doubled the farmer installed the bio to just us 3 years ago and it's still amazed. how the poor was. rated in the. wreckage of. the missing is does. so being reviewed live aboard to make you dorrie that we. are close so i
would be too busy. kenya's been promoting bogus for a decade now more than $100000.00 households have already installed caltech digesting plants but considering the amount of raw material available there must be more to come. and finally not everyone can see they were copied by michael jackson but our food. honest men knew the bangle can he says jackal stole a lie from his 972 heads so will. and the 2 later settled the matter out of court now has been talking about his musical influences born in in what was then a french autumn is that part of cameroon the bangle says here he had a wide variety of generous from young age. my paternal uncle
played the harmonium during the time of the germans. my mother was the quiet director i'm a child raised among the holly lou years. that doesn't mean i'm not african cameroonian and all that but i have to how many of bach and handel in my ear we've come to remain lyrics. to live by world. that's a legend right bat and that's it for now from d.w. new south africa you can catch all our stories on our website on face book page just in case you're wondering what bach and handel what company on there it sounds like then take a listen to the battle so next time it's 5. days
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