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all week generation ends it. malaria. so millions. this is the news africa coming up in the next 15 minutes africa its population growth the continent's 2nd most populous country. one solution is it one to follow . and money everywhere in this electronic world many are comfortable with that but in one town the citizens demand. their veterans who are still struggling to come to terms with the legacy of the
brutal civil war. it's great to have you tuned in we are facing a possible major challenge we said suggest that africa's population will double to 2500000000 within the next 30 years clearly this impacts on all sectors of our society food supplies employment education and the health sector if our population growth rates are not addressed and managed will be faced with huge problems now the 2nd most populous country on the continent ethiopia has taking up the challenge and a spot of addressing the issue that country has over the last 2 decades reduced rates remarkably more local health clinics and increased access to family planning take
a look. yes is feeling relieved she was afraid she might be pregnant and so came to the family planning clinic to get a checkup now she's getting advice about a contraceptive injection soon though and i'm hardly believe my husband wants me to have a child but i'm currently undergoing medical treatment so i don't want to become pregnant at the moment i'm considering the short term 3 months contraceptive i decided this and i am but i will discuss it with him or other people this is one of 7 clinics in the ethiopian capital. mary stopes among other services it provides counseling and access to different contraceptives if europeans fertility rate has decreased following a national plan to reduce population growth women have between $4.00 and $5.00 children on average that's one child less than in 2000 launched over 25 years ago the plan aims to fight poverty while reducing stress on land resources.
or. life. force. in cities women though have an average of $2.00 children but this rate doubles in rule areas the government employs health extension workers to reduce the scap mesh is one of them she visits around 10 homes every day to inform women about their options you know vote in a mccain who are non-committal people are not and we are just different contraceptives and so we need to go to them in person at present. this is new to this counseling she was mainly worried about the side effects of contraceptive implants and injections doesn't know so what i understood from the counseling is that the short term methods have considerably more side effects after our 1st child
i will consider contraception because i want to space out the birth. business often comes to us for advice she has been taking the pill since the birth of her 3rd child and is convinced of the economic benefits of family planning manderson i take it to bring up my children properly and take care of my own health and i think family planning is useful for everyone. ethiopians have become much more comfortable using family planning methods in recent years that trend combined with a continued focus on health care and education to do anything reputation as one of africa's demographic trailblazers. now big brother is watching you at least in cape town city with the most c.c.t.v. cameras on the continent by the end of the month the government is going to install dozens more in the u.s. city they are meant to cab crime and help track a friend bought
a fact keep towns crime hot sports i kilometers away from where the newcomers are being installed in a township. critics say congress often defunct. a woman is robbed in broad daylight the incident was captured on c.c.t.v. camera in cape town city center. there are around $650.00 devices like this across town. in fact cape town has more c.c.t.v. cameras than any other city in africa and the number is going up. with its new budget approved the city council says it will be investing in more cameras says the council for safety and security j. p. smith. sizable chunk about 30000000 this year for c.c.t.v. cameras so we'll be accelerating the c.c.t.v.
rollout. but not everyone is happy with the plans 40 minutes east of the city center lies one of south africa's biggest townships it's home 240-0000 people the area is one of cape town's crime hotspots. but despite that it is not set to receive any new cameras much to the strain of local community development leader. cheadle. of cape town. from them that if it's good for. surely. it's good for the. surely it would be good for a little too but does the city really only care for its affluent areas it could be a question of politics cape town is run by the da south africa's main opposition party but some of the city's warts such as a government by the a.n.c.
. currently has the highest number of c.c.t.v. cameras in cape town the title of 32 more i need it but the city says that that is the world council its responsibility for in years when i don't have a lot of money for c.c.t.v. the only cameras that are going another $1.00 is being paid for out of the council's water it is a party that in the 11 wards and not a single council or put a cent on the budget for c.c.t.v. . as with many issues in cape town much of the debate centers around race in the last week. because that is not might it would seem that. mr smith. however the facts suggest a more complex reality the city's list of new c.c.t.v. recipients is topped by other gang written suburbs of the cape flats an area mostly
inhabited by coloreds and cape town the murder capital of south africa it seems this always an area that is worse off. the town of crete in central angola was a scene of heavy fighting during the country's. civil war is front line between today's government and d.l.a. fighters and the rebel group you need to the home and stronghold of rebel leader. 70 was reburied earlier this month 17 years after he was shot dead and then decades of the ceremony was touted as the symbol of national beacon savation some of the war veterans are still struggling to come to terms with the legacy of. it was once the scene of angola's fiercest fighting key to no more of a ghost town haunted by the horrors of a civil war that claimed half a 1000000 lives and destroyed many more. of them.
in this age of fear to my whole family tell it that my father also taught it and then left with my aunt he was also injured and. it is a town covered in the wounds of war buildings stand as monuments to the past and no providing shelter to the men who wrote it domingo's called list place home. i was protecting this area during the war. after the war finished we were injured. and now we are without support. now we're like yes there's no support. we are waiting for god to do something. this rebel stronghold no our children's playground but angola's civil war continues
to wreak havoc for domingo's memories are hard to forget and the wait for redemption is long. life here is always like this the war is over we are at peace but there are a lot of things we don't have. you don't have money in your hands you won't be able to eat. the government is failing us to this day there are many things missing in our lives. while the country looks to the future and tries to bury its demons soldiers here still fighting battles of the room. now to a story for lovers of basketball thirsty night was a big night for basketball fans around the world including fans on the african continent thanks in part to this guy j.b. the man of the moment. is kenyan nigerian manager of
a interrupt as food has won the n.b.a. chill feat it's a historic victory has no team outside the u.s. had won the competition before coming. was a joint top scorer for the team with $26.00 points and congo brazzaville so score 15 points. was very humble about the when after the game. is amazing is amazing just excited happy kind of seeing it is hard to sit down and think about everything but just the hard work and everything you put into it to be able to be here i did level it and be able to win. it is a dream is a dream and and it was amazing to be able to realize their dreams. africa make it happen that's it for now from news africa you don't catch all our stories on our website and facebook page we need you with some more pictures of the historic n.b.a. went where africans led the team to its best n.b.a.
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not. well it's not easy to sum up a career that spans 6 decades spot with its retrospective on krishna darcy the 1st ever outside of asia the vittra design museum brings his vast range of work into context for western visitors as an architect and urban planner dotty was strongly influenced by water masters like here but always stayed very true to his indian roots or such that his work never loses sight of the bigger picture nor of the people it's meant to serve. new spaces unique expansive horizons with his architecture here on display at the beach design museum. she has always push boundaries.