Uganda 'regrets' expulsion of Asians by Idi Amin
More than 27,000 Asians were expelled by Ugandan dictator Idi Amin in 1972, and thousands settled in Leicester.
He said the YouTube channels were used to spread hate and disinformation against the country.
Dozens of people are being held by police in connection with the assault but none have been charged with rape.
The meeting was to be attended by signatories to the revitalised peace deal.
Dangarembga was arrested during anti-corruption demonstrations in Harare in July 2020.
On Sunday, six people were arrested for allegedly blackmailing those who signed up to the gay dating app.
Anyone found guilty could end up with a six-month prison sentence or a fine of $1,200 (£980).
“It was also a kind of awakening for me to an idea of Africa that was not just about Nigeria.”
The government’s silence over the incident has been condemned by many people.
Mukhtar Robow has been chosen as the religious affairs minister in Somalia's new cabinet.
Under the current agreement the UN forces were due to leave by the end of 2024.
Ghana was one of the points of departure for many of those enslaved in West Africa.
This brings to two the total number of people who have died in Ghana in the current outbreak.
Current drought is the worst to hit the war-torn country in 40 years.
At least 63 journalists and media professionals have been jailed since November 2020.