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on his need to see. the union. i'm christine want to welcome to news africa i'm glad your change in a power sharing deal between on the road liz and the opposition coalition has been signed in sudan it's a significant step but there's sort of major obstacle to overcome more on that in a moment because this 1st look at the events that led to this point in december anti-government protests that would last for months erupted across sudan the demonstrations were initially over bread price rises but soon shifted to cause for amal bashir to step down then in april bashir was removed from office by the army but protests continued with people demanding civilian rule negotiations bits. in
protest leaders and the military would being held there on june the security forces moved in on protesters camped outside the military headquarters the army say 61 people were killed but the opposition says that real number is 128. now the agreement signed in part 2 today establishes a joint civilian military council that will rule the country for a little over 3 years while elections are being organized a military leader will head the 11 member council for the 1st 21 months followed by a civilian leader of the next 18. and for more on this i'd like to bring in a bring him a reporter from sudan recently just before it is to were removed from that military headquarters city and good to have you what is the essence of the power sharing agreement that's been signed into today i mean basically is that it is a power sharing agreement it's by no means an answer to the main civilian demand which is complete civilian rule or in the essence of it also is that this marks
sort of like the beginning of what could be a transitional period that could lead after 3 years into a democratic turn in sudan's history but it's also a huge concession on the side of the protesters for the military leaders ok speaking of military leaders this isn't a one of them one of the general speaking today and i want to pick up with you on that. this is a historic moment in sudan and it's path and one which creates a start of a new partnership between the armed forces the rapid support forces and all the components of sudan's ruling regime. and our partners in the opposition coalition of forces of freedom and change. what you. have there is the sense that the military has has had the upper hand here is this a correct assessment of the situation that's
a correct assessment i would say and the biggest proof of that is the man who we just heard give the sound bite the fact that committee who is not the head of the transitional military council is being sort of the face of this transitional deal is the biggest proof anyone needs that the military has the upper hand this is a very unpopular man the rest of the rapid support forces that he commands are accused of. committing. unheard of violence against the protesters just last month and june 3rd and yet he's still able to be the face of this deal but another another sort of sign that the military is in turn is the duration they'll be in charge for the 1st 21 months as opposed to the civilians will come and the last 18 months but perhaps most significant is how this entire this deal has unraveled the opposition a lot at least one of the members of the opposition has spoken out against this deal so they've lost their unity in this negotiation as well ok another deal that needs to settle at a document that he's decided is what is being called
a constitutional declaration that is the next step in this process why is this likely to be a tough for the 1st reason is. in this project in this country constitutional declaration the whole question of immunity for military leaders are supposed to. be discussed in detail that the protesters have demanded that members of the military council just. such as how many would not be given political immunity for alleged crimes committed against the protesters but also things like who gets to veto members of the cabinet or the breakdown of the legislative council which would be the defacto parliament of sudan in the transitional period all of these details can be very very contentious the military wants to maintain its upper hand the protesters want to save face in front of the people that they represent so we can expect more heated discussions in the coming days or weeks it remains to be seen. thank you.
sounds all the late south african singer songwriter johnny clegg who has died at the age of 66 clegg defied signification goals and was one of the few white autists openly criticize the apostate government in the late 1970 s. and eighty's he died peacefully at his home with his family in johannesburg alter a long battle with pancreatic cancer. they called him the white zulu johnny clegg was one of south africa's most celebrated musicians mastering the language culture and high kicks dance. that a white man in a mixed race band he became a symbol of the promise of post apartheid south africa. that could you.
say that it's always always a bridge for white people into the possibility of connecting with. another culture in not in an academic writer but since she was engaged and a mode of sharing. clegg was a musical pioneer blending zulu rhythms from his adopted south africa with western styles he defied racial segregation one of only a few white artists to openly criticize the apartheid regime it was more than mere entertainment famously used his music to campaign finance in mandela's release many of his songs became anthems for the anti apartheid struggle. the career highlight came in 1997 when mandela then president of south africa
surprised clegg during a concert. the ultimate stage partner for a lifetime musical campaign. but you see that. people across south africa have been remembering we caught up with some of. brothers and point. the way you. know how you knows how to do legs lose it do it with the legs even speakers only. amazing so you are so fond of those saw what a loss it was a very good artist better than in in terms of appetite so he did a lot with his music he wept with so many people like black people saw it it was it was very good and really we've learned from him as we are growing sort of memories of him is just the days that he was sort of with his music going cross culture
across different areas in part of it and that he got arrested many times but it didn't stop him from doing what he enjoyed doing and breaking down the barriers of apartheid for more on the legacy of johnny trade i'm joined by kenya i will by any 10 years of broadcasting in south africa she's coming to us from johannesburg welcome to day devon africa kenya you got to interview johnny cake a few years back i'm very envious by the way but i wondered what did he mean to you my goodness rachel arts. thank you that's what wrecked cars do you get your scripts every single day and you get into a few different because i'm to understand what your script says you know guest is joining like you're shaken to its new boots because you know that your interviewer and i quote but what it does mean personality has somehow so down to it was very selective in his light and he's jamiat way should be you know let's not go on
shock which simply meets the eye to salute and he was raised by south africa and then you would you know at carlton appropriation for him as a wise present to have taken. houston but i think jack crack cell in the house with the music mask that did it became wise he did not change himself as i think he became one with the people they travel to and set up brats of this country to townships to villages you know your lives hence the signature akita strapped around him. as a child you know this essence in character and he was actually and then and i read to do the salute dance really for me janet track was really really stations human big what did you say how would you say he needs south africans will remember him.
i think south africans will remember charlie chan as a unifier i mean one of the most touching performances. ever performed once and it's arranged in one of south africa's president when she performed his signature at schumann you know since as to what man or woman 10 are you know which ones paying homage to and that of our struggle she arose and she's known as somebody who was set in soon to who spoke through you know he in south africa because you know she really and truly embrace people beyond everything eschewing kind of and to him as it's not a matter of open last and. last journey clegg you know i know that i'm go ok you know a guy who could gansey you under the table really dance someone who are doing stick fighting traditional sticks trying to buy the boys who are growing up in this new culture jenny craig did thank she drank the childishness libya she ate what the
people ate she slept with the people's flesh and i think that's what makes him so special. the special man he was in in johannesburg thank you for that absolute pleasure thank you so much for having me and that is it for now from data of the news africa as always you can catch all our stories on our website and facebook page where painter be it says south african music agent johnny clegg has some sound from his historic 1985 concert in a spot to a next time i buy. the
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