South Africa could close its first vaccine factory

From tonight’s edition: After struggling in the early years of the pandemic to get enough Covid 19 vaccines, Africa’s first factory to produce the doses says it may have to stop because it did not receive enough orders. A former Congolese policeman is on death row for the murder of a human rights activist in 2010. And Mali sanctions have hit neighboring Senegalese towns. In a month of embargo, exports to Mali have fallen by almost a quarter.

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