#WhatsTrending 19.10.2015: #FeesMustFall, Tanzania
In order to keep you updated on what is happening in Africa and around the world, we have compiled a run-down of the top stories that are currently trending on social media.
Tanzania: Election fever is sweeping through Tanzania’s streets as the country goes to the polls on Saturday in keenly contested presidential and parliamentary elections.
— Marary (@marr8ie) October 19, 2015
— Joe Trippi (@JoeTrippi) October 18, 2015
Uganda: A leading rights group has warned that free and fair elections in Uganda will be in jeopardy if police continue to use “excessive and unlawful” force against the opposition.
— Human Rights Watch (@hrw) October 19, 2015
— Maria Burnett (@MariaHRWAfrica) October 19, 2015
#FeesMustFall: There’s heated debate taking place among Twitter users in South Africa over the student protests sparked by rising tuition fees.
— 702 (@Radio702) October 19, 2015
— The Daily VOX (@thedailyvox) October 19, 2015
#StopStarvingTeachers: There’s a conversation taking place among Twitter users in Kenya over teachers salaries.
the funny thing here is that the same people who went through the hands of the teacher are the one denying them salary #StopStarvingTeachers
— Rodger Shabbs Ayoyi (@Rodger_Ayoyi) October 19, 2015
When Kenyans were dying due to insecurity Uhuru blamed them , now teachers are committing suicide .I know he is happy #StopStarvingTeachers
— Robert Syundu (@RobertSyundu) October 19, 2015
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