At least 100 people have been arrested following violent anti-government protests in the Angolan capital Luanda on Saturday. BBC Africa reports that the demonstrations were to demand a new date for local government elections that were due this year but have been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic, as well as to demand jobs and better living conditions. The country’s interior ministry secretary Salvador Rodrigues said on state television that 103 people were in detention adding that political party leaders were among those detained.