WHO admits 'a degree of under-counting' of COVID-19 cases in Africa
The Agenda

Matshidiso Moeti is the World Health Organization's first female regional director for Africa. In her time in charge, she's dealt with epidemics of Ebola and yellow fever, along with many other outbreaks.

On The Agenda with Stephen Cole, Moeti explains how Africa appears to have avoided the worst of the pandemic, but admits that the true number of cases is almost certainly higher than those that have so far been reported.