Uganda extends lockdown for two weeks but slowly eases measures

In tonight’s edition: Uganda intervened quickly to put in place one of the most difficult African coronavirus locks in the region, extended by two weeks, although some restrictions have been lifted allowing some companies to reopen. Activists hope that the changes made since omar al-Bashir last year could mean a huge step forward for women’s rights. Finally, Cameroonian journalists fear that their newspapers will not survive the lock-in restrictions.