South Africa military lifts ban on wearing headscarves in the army

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In tonight’s edition: After three years of legal wrangling, the South African military has changed its dress policy, to allow Muslim servicewomen to wear hijabs while on duty.  Kenya and Somalia’s diplomatic spat continues. Nairobi continues to say it is not at all involved in a conflict near Somalia’s border. And finally graffiti artist ‘Saype’ was named one of the most influential young artists by Forbes Magazine for his ‘Beyond Walls’ movement. We take you on his trip to some African cities.

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