Protests in Eswatini, Tech Coding in Uganda, and #FixTheCountry

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On This Week, we examine ongoing protests in eSwatini and the future of the monarchy, efforts to make tech more inclusive in Uganda, and the #FixTheCountry movement in Ghana.
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Leaders of Africa’s This Week is a podcast that brings you conversations about Africa in the news from pop culture to politics, from the comical to the serious and all corners of Africa.


On This Week, we discuss ongoing protests and a government crackdown in Eswatini. With the monarchy seemingly unpopular (83% reject rule by an absolute monarchy according to the most recent Afrobarometer survey), we discuss the options for King Mswati III and what is underlying the protests. We also consider gender in the digital divide and the efforts of Gloria Tumushabe to encourage computer coding in Uganda. Finally, we turn back to protests, this time looking at the #FixTheCountry movement in Ghana.

News Quiz Music: Accralate by Kevin MacLeod, Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3336-accralate, License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

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