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Africa Update: Rumors Fly After Tsvangirai Crash

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Africa Update: Rumors Fly After Tsvangirai Crash

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Africa Update: Rumors Fly After Tsvangirai Crash

Africa Update: Rumors Fly After Tsvangirai Crash

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This week, violence and protests continue in Sudan one week after an arrest warrant is issued for the country's president.

Plus, rumors fly after Zimbabwe's prime minister is injured in a car crash and his wife is killed. What does it mean for the country's power-sharing government?

Tony Cox speaks with Bill Fletcher, Senior Scholar with the Institute for Policy Studies and former president of TransAfrica Forum.