Myanmar Tragedy Causes Ripple Effect on Aid On this week's "Africa Update," we take a look at how the cyclone in Myanmar, which killed more than 20,000 people, will also affect the distribution of humanitarian aid. Plus, we focus on the ongoing issues with the presidential election in Zimbabwe.
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Myanmar Tragedy Causes Ripple Effect on Aid

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Myanmar Tragedy Causes Ripple Effect on Aid

Myanmar Tragedy Causes Ripple Effect on Aid

Myanmar Tragedy Causes Ripple Effect on Aid

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On this week's "Africa Update," we take a look at how the devastating cyclone in Myanmar, which killed more than 20,000 people, will also affect the distribution of humanitarian aid.

Plus, we focus on the ongoing issues with the presidential election in Zimbabwe.

For more, Farai Chideya talks with Imani Countess, senior director of public affairs for TransAfrica Forum.