South Sudan relaxes COVID-19 lock-down measures

It’s been a week since South Sudan’s Civil Aviation reopened airports and announced the resumption of domestic and international flights in line with the presidential directive to ease COVID-19 lockdown measures; but as reports fly about the country’s Vice President Riek Machar and his wife testing positive for the virus; will the phase down efforts still stand? Political and Economic Affairs Analyst, Akol Dok joins CNBC Africa for more.

Wed, 20 May 2020 10:26:26 GMT
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