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Eye on Africa – Namibia’s First lady speaks out against gendered insults

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In tonight’s edition: In tonight’s edition: Senegal’s opposition leader calls for more anti-government protests. There have been clashes with police as Ousmane Sonko’s supporters demonstrate over rape charges he faces that they say are politically motivated.  As the world marks International Woman’s Day, Namibia’s first lady speaks out about the hate speech she’s faced over the years and urges us to think more carefully about gendered insults.  And finally, we take a closer look at the stories of women driving change in Libya, Ivory Coast and Egypt.

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