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Zimbabwe: Govt Refutes Biti's Claim That Zimbabwe Harboured Rwandan Genocide Fugitive

[New Zimbabwe] Foreign Affairs Deputy Minister, David Musabayana, has dismissed claims by Citizens Coalition for Change vice president, Tendai Biti that the government knowingly harboured Rwanda's most wanted genocide fugitive, Protais Mpiranya.
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Zimbabwe: Govt Refutes Biti's Claim That Zimbabwe Harboured Rwandan Genocide Fugitive

[New Zimbabwe] Foreign Affairs Deputy Minister, David Musabayana, has dismissed claims by Citizens Coalition for Change vice president, Tendai Biti that the government knowingly harboured Rwanda's most wanted genocide fugitive, Protais Mpiranya.

Morocco: Rwandans in Morocco Pay Tribute to Genocide Victims

[New Times] Rwandans who live in the Kingdom of Morocco and friends this weekend met to pay tribute to over a million victims who were killed during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
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Morocco: Rwandans in Morocco Pay Tribute to Genocide Victims

[New Times] Rwandans who live in the Kingdom of Morocco and friends this weekend met to pay tribute to over a million victims who were killed during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.

Africa: AfDB Board Approves $1.5 Billion Facility to Avert Food Crisis in Africa

[Premium Times] The initiative will provide 20 million African smallholder farmers with certified seeds and will increase access to fertilizers and enable them to rapidly produce 38 million tons of food.
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Africa: AfDB Board Approves $1.5 Billion Facility to Avert Food Crisis in Africa

[Premium Times] The initiative will provide 20 million African smallholder farmers with certified seeds and will increase access to fertilizers and enable them to rapidly produce 38 million tons of food.

Kenya: No Internet Shutdown During Polls, Our Economy Depends On It - Koimett

[Capital FM] Eldama Ravine -- The Principal Secretary in the State Department of Broadcasting and Telecommunication Esther Koimett has reiterated that the government will not shut the internet during the forthcoming general elections.
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Kenya: No Internet Shutdown During Polls, Our Economy Depends On It - Koimett

[Capital FM] Eldama Ravine -- The Principal Secretary in the State Department of Broadcasting and Telecommunication Esther Koimett has reiterated that the government will not shut the internet during the forthcoming general elections.

Zimbabwe: Grain Marketing Board Boss Allegedly Connives With Minister in U.S.$733 390 Fraud Deal

[New Zimbabwe] Grain Marketing Board (GMB) assistant manager at Mushumbi depot was Friday dragged to court answering to US$733 390 fraud.
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Zimbabwe: Grain Marketing Board Boss Allegedly Connives With Minister in U.S.$733 390 Fraud Deal

[New Zimbabwe] Grain Marketing Board (GMB) assistant manager at Mushumbi depot was Friday dragged to court answering to US$733 390 fraud.

Nigeria: 6 Months After Jos Jail Break, Over 200 Prisoners Still At Large

[Daily Trust] It's been six months since a daring jail break occurred at the Jos Correctional Centre which set free 252 inmates, leaving in its trail four dead persons and a badly bruised image of security agencies in Plateau State, Daily Trust Saturday repor
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Nigeria: 6 Months After Jos Jail Break, Over 200 Prisoners Still At Large

[Daily Trust] It's been six months since a daring jail break occurred at the Jos Correctional Centre which set free 252 inmates, leaving in its trail four dead persons and a badly bruised image of security agencies in Plateau State, Daily Trust Saturday reports.

Rwanda: Salima Mukansanga First African Woman to Officiate at the World Cup

[New Times] Rwandan referee Salima Mukansanga has been selected to officiate at the 2022 FIFA World Cup slated from November 21 to December 18 in Qatar.
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Rwanda: Salima Mukansanga First African Woman to Officiate at the World Cup

[New Times] Rwandan referee Salima Mukansanga has been selected to officiate at the 2022 FIFA World Cup slated from November 21 to December 18 in Qatar.

Cameroon: Violence, Lockdown, Running Battles Paralyze Cameroon Day in Western Regions

[VOA] Yaounde -- Cameron's National Day on May 20 has been marked by running battles between government troops and separatists who imposed a lockdown, crippling business in English-speaking western regions. The military says at least 28 separatists who vowed
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Cameroon: Violence, Lockdown, Running Battles Paralyze Cameroon Day in Western Regions

[VOA] Yaounde -- Cameron's National Day on May 20 has been marked by running battles between government troops and separatists who imposed a lockdown, crippling business in English-speaking western regions. The military says at least 28 separatists who vowed to disrupt celebrations in English-speaking regions of the majority francophone nation were killed in violent battles. President Paul Biya is attending commemorations.

Africa: Continent to Pass the 300 Million Mark for Covid-19 Vaccinations

[allAfrica] As of May 20, 2022, confirmed cases of Covid-19 from 55 African countries reached  11,662,928 while over  298,026,398 vaccinations have been administered across the continent.
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Africa: Continent to Pass the 300 Million Mark for Covid-19 Vaccinations

[allAfrica] As of May 20, 2022, confirmed cases of Covid-19 from 55 African countries reached  11,662,928 while over  298,026,398 vaccinations have been administered across the continent.

West Africa: Women Excluded From Decision-Making But Do You Know Just How Much?

[allAfrica] Johannesburg -- Did you know... in the whole of West Africa there have only been three women heads of state since 1957 (Guinea-Bissau and Liberia), there are only two women speakers currently in the legislature (Togo and Benin) and there are only
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West Africa: Women Excluded From Decision-Making But Do You Know Just How Much?

[allAfrica] Johannesburg -- Did you know... in the whole of West Africa there have only been three women heads of state since 1957 (Guinea-Bissau and Liberia), there are only two women speakers currently in the legislature (Togo and Benin) and there are only two countries with over 30% women's representation in legislative chambers (Cabo Verde and Senegal)?

Rwanda: Mbungo Salutes Players for 'Incredible' Peace Cup Campaign

[New Times] AS Kigali Coach Andre Casa Mbungo has paid tribute to his players after they eliminated Police 3-2 goal aggregate to reach the final of the 2022 Peace Cup.
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Rwanda: Mbungo Salutes Players for 'Incredible' Peace Cup Campaign

[New Times] AS Kigali Coach Andre Casa Mbungo has paid tribute to his players after they eliminated Police 3-2 goal aggregate to reach the final of the 2022 Peace Cup.

Rwanda: Peace Cup - Four Things We Learnt From Police, AS Kigali Game

[New Times] AS Kigali drew 2-2 with Police FC on Wednesday to qualify for the finals of the 2022 Peace Cup on 3-2 aggregate.
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Rwanda: Peace Cup - Four Things We Learnt From Police, AS Kigali Game

[New Times] AS Kigali drew 2-2 with Police FC on Wednesday to qualify for the finals of the 2022 Peace Cup on 3-2 aggregate.

Rwanda: Genocide Fugitive Micomyiza Remanded for 30 Days

[New Times] Kicukiro Primary Court has ruled to remand Genocide suspect Jean-Paul Micomyiza for 30 days, saying that there is serious incriminating evidence pinning him.
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Rwanda: Genocide Fugitive Micomyiza Remanded for 30 Days

[New Times] Kicukiro Primary Court has ruled to remand Genocide suspect Jean-Paul Micomyiza for 30 days, saying that there is serious incriminating evidence pinning him.

Rwanda: What Are the Six Venues for CHOGM 2022?

[New Times] As Rwanda gears up for the upcoming Commonwealth Heads of Governments Meeting (CHOGM) slated for June 20 to 25, people in the hospitality sector are doing all they can to give a memorable experience to the more than 5,000 delegates expected to att
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Rwanda: What Are the Six Venues for CHOGM 2022?

[New Times] As Rwanda gears up for the upcoming Commonwealth Heads of Governments Meeting (CHOGM) slated for June 20 to 25, people in the hospitality sector are doing all they can to give a memorable experience to the more than 5,000 delegates expected to attend.

Rwanda: Imigongo - the Evolution of Rwanda's Traditional Designs

[New Times] Since 2016, Giselle Benimana has maintained the same morning routine. She wakes up to do work the uninitiated may deem 'disgusting,' but not to her.
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Rwanda: Imigongo - the Evolution of Rwanda's Traditional Designs

[New Times] Since 2016, Giselle Benimana has maintained the same morning routine. She wakes up to do work the uninitiated may deem 'disgusting,' but not to her.

Rwanda: How MTN Rwanda Has Fared Since Debuting on Stock Exchange

[New Times] MTN Rwanda this month marked one year since its listing directly on Rwanda Stock Exchange (RSE). The telco listed on May 4, 2021, with 20 per cent of shares being held by the public.
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Rwanda: How MTN Rwanda Has Fared Since Debuting on Stock Exchange

[New Times] MTN Rwanda this month marked one year since its listing directly on Rwanda Stock Exchange (RSE). The telco listed on May 4, 2021, with 20 per cent of shares being held by the public.

Burundi: Suspected Opponents Killed, Detained, Tortured, Says Rights Group

[HRW] Nairobi -- Burundi's national intelligence services, police, and ruling party youth members have killed, arbitrarily detained, tortured and harassed people suspected of belonging to opposition parties or of working with armed opposition groups, Human Ri
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Burundi: Suspected Opponents Killed, Detained, Tortured, Says Rights Group

[HRW] Nairobi -- Burundi's national intelligence services, police, and ruling party youth members have killed, arbitrarily detained, tortured and harassed people suspected of belonging to opposition parties or of working with armed opposition groups, Human Rights Watch said today.

Africa: AU Sets Sights on Terrorism and Unconstitutional Regime Change

[allAfrica] Cape Town -- The African Union (AU) will hold an Extraordinary Summit focusing on the challenges of terrorism and violent extremism in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, from the May 28, 2022, with a view to taking urgent measures and actions to support c
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Africa: AU Sets Sights on Terrorism and Unconstitutional Regime Change

[allAfrica] Cape Town -- The African Union (AU) will hold an Extraordinary Summit focusing on the challenges of terrorism and violent extremism in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, from the May 28, 2022, with a view to taking urgent measures and actions to support countries facing the severe effects of terrorism.

Africa: Nigerian Tech Startup Pricepally Tackles Rising Food Costs With Bulk-Buying Platform

[allAfrica] Johannesburg -- Shopping for food in Nigeria's largest cities can be a challenge. After battling the notorious traffic of Lagos or Abuja to reach open-air markets, many shoppers are frustrated to find that the foods on offer are very expensive an
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Africa: Nigerian Tech Startup Pricepally Tackles Rising Food Costs With Bulk-Buying Platform

[allAfrica] Johannesburg -- Shopping for food in Nigeria's largest cities can be a challenge. After battling the notorious traffic of Lagos or Abuja to reach open-air markets, many shoppers are frustrated to find that the foods on offer are very expensive and that prices are rising all the time.

Africa: Rate of Covid-19 Infections, Vaccinations Climbs Across Continent

[allAfrica] As of May 19, 2022, confirmed cases of Covid-19 from 55 African countries reached  11,654,807 while over  298,002,829 vaccinations have been administered across the continent.
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Africa: Rate of Covid-19 Infections, Vaccinations Climbs Across Continent

[allAfrica] As of May 19, 2022, confirmed cases of Covid-19 from 55 African countries reached  11,654,807 while over  298,002,829 vaccinations have been administered across the continent.

Rwanda: Family Safety is Key for Country's Development, Minister Bayisenge

[New Times] Minister of Gender and Family Promotion, Jeannette Bayisenge has urged families to avoid conflict and fight against vices such as polygamy for the safety of households and development.
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Rwanda: Family Safety is Key for Country's Development, Minister Bayisenge

[New Times] Minister of Gender and Family Promotion, Jeannette Bayisenge has urged families to avoid conflict and fight against vices such as polygamy for the safety of households and development.

Rwanda: Swimming, Judo and Badminton to Be Added to Paralympic Competitions

[New Times] The games of Swimming, Judo and Badminton are among new sporting disciplines that are going to be introduced to people with disabilities in Rwanda.
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Rwanda: Swimming, Judo and Badminton to Be Added to Paralympic Competitions

[New Times] The games of Swimming, Judo and Badminton are among new sporting disciplines that are going to be introduced to people with disabilities in Rwanda.

Rwanda: Inflation Spike - Consumers Tipped on Priority Spending

[New Times] Food and commodity prices have been gradually rising over the past months, heavily weighing down purchasing power and to cope with the rise, economists advise the public to adopt a consumption habit of priority spending.
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Rwanda: Inflation Spike - Consumers Tipped on Priority Spending

[New Times] Food and commodity prices have been gradually rising over the past months, heavily weighing down purchasing power and to cope with the rise, economists advise the public to adopt a consumption habit of priority spending.

Africa: Sparking Change for African Women Leaders Through the Power of Data

[allAfrica] «It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data,» once said Arthur Conan Doyle's famous fictional detective Sherlock Holmes. Conan Doyle's use of the word 'data' in his stories is noteworthy. Not only did he portray Holmes as
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Africa: Sparking Change for African Women Leaders Through the Power of Data

[allAfrica] «It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data,» once said Arthur Conan Doyle's famous fictional detective Sherlock Holmes. Conan Doyle's use of the word 'data' in his stories is noteworthy. Not only did he portray Holmes as obsessed with observations and facts, but also as a data-driven decision-maker. The author was a scientist at heart, and he understood the power of facts and figures. His use of the word 'data' in his novels may have contributed

Africa: Over 11.6 Million Confirmed Cases of Covid-19 Across Continent

[allAfrica] As of May 18, 2022, confirmed cases of Covid-19 from 55 African countries reached  11,645,147 while over  297,944,518 vaccinations have been administered across the continent.
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Africa: Over 11.6 Million Confirmed Cases of Covid-19 Across Continent

[allAfrica] As of May 18, 2022, confirmed cases of Covid-19 from 55 African countries reached  11,645,147 while over  297,944,518 vaccinations have been administered across the continent.

Rwanda: World Hypertension Day - How Is Rwanda Faring in Containing Spread?

[New Times] May 17th of every year is dedicated to raising global awareness for hypertension and promoting its prevention. The disease is said to be one of the leading causes of cardiovascular diseases, morbidity, and mortality in Rwanda.
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Rwanda: World Hypertension Day - How Is Rwanda Faring in Containing Spread?

[New Times] May 17th of every year is dedicated to raising global awareness for hypertension and promoting its prevention. The disease is said to be one of the leading causes of cardiovascular diseases, morbidity, and mortality in Rwanda.

Rwanda: Micomyiza Appears in Court, Denies Genocide Crimes

[New Times] Prosecution on Monday, May 16 arraigned Jean-Paul Micomyiza, who is accused of participating in the Genocide against Tutsi in 1994.
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Rwanda: Micomyiza Appears in Court, Denies Genocide Crimes

[New Times] Prosecution on Monday, May 16 arraigned Jean-Paul Micomyiza, who is accused of participating in the Genocide against Tutsi in 1994.

Africa: Cameroonian Activist Wins Wangari Maathai Forest Champions' Award 2022

[Africa Renewal] Activist Cécile Ndjebet, of Cameroon, this week won the 2022 Wangari Maathai Forest Champions Award in recognition of her outstanding contribution to preserving forests and improving the lives of people who depend on them.
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Africa: Cameroonian Activist Wins Wangari Maathai Forest Champions' Award 2022

[Africa Renewal] Activist Cécile Ndjebet, of Cameroon, this week won the 2022 Wangari Maathai Forest Champions Award in recognition of her outstanding contribution to preserving forests and improving the lives of people who depend on them.

Somalia: Somalis in Mogadishu Optimistic About New Leadership

[VOA] Mogadishu -- Somalia has elected a new president after a prolonged election impasse that nearly pushed the country into conflict.
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Somalia: Somalis in Mogadishu Optimistic About New Leadership

[VOA] Mogadishu -- Somalia has elected a new president after a prolonged election impasse that nearly pushed the country into conflict.

Africa: No, Pharmaceutical Company VP Not Arrested and Coronavirus Vaccine Not Experimental

[Africa Check] A number of social media posts claim that Rady Johnson, the executive vice president of pharmaceutical company Pfizer, has been arrested and charged with multiple counts of fraud by US federal agents.
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Africa: No, Pharmaceutical Company VP Not Arrested and Coronavirus Vaccine Not Experimental

[Africa Check] A number of social media posts claim that Rady Johnson, the executive vice president of pharmaceutical company Pfizer, has been arrested and charged with multiple counts of fraud by US federal agents.

Zimbabwe: Central Bank Lifts Suspension On Lending

[The Herald] The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has, with immediate effect, lifted the temporary suspension of lending services by banks issued through a circular on May 9, 2022.
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Zimbabwe: Central Bank Lifts Suspension On Lending

[The Herald] The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has, with immediate effect, lifted the temporary suspension of lending services by banks issued through a circular on May 9, 2022.

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