Cameroon marks 50th anniversary of ‘Unity Day’
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Activities have been taking place in Cameroon to mark the 50th anniversary of the National Day of Unity. But a raging conflict exists between the majority French government and armed English-speaking separatists. Plus, after the Central Bank of Zambia is targeted by hackers seeking a ransom, how resilient are Africa's banking infrastructures? And we have access to one of the hotels preparing to receive failed asylum seekers from the UK, under the controversial UK-Rwanda migrant scheme .
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