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South African President Faces Vote of No Confidence

Source: Inyarwanda

On the first half of today’s show, South African president Jacob Zuma faces a no-confidence vote. We discuss why, as well as the potential impacts on the country. Plus: the crisis on the Korean Peninsula, with North Korea threatening retaliation against the United States over a new round of sanctions that was voted through unanimously at the UN Security Council.

Guests:

  • Walter Turner, host of Africa Today, which airs Mondays at 7:PM, and chair of the social sciences department at College of Marin
  • Christine Hong, UC Santa Cruz Associate Professor of Literature, executive board member of the Korea Policy Institute, and coordinating committee member of the National Campaign to End the Korean War

 

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