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South Africa: A Stay In or Out of Jail for Old Mutual Directors?

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Old Mutual has pleaded with the South Gauteng High Court, saying the potential imprisonment of board members - if they are found guilty of contempt of court for not allowing ousted CEO Peter Moyo to return to work - would be «exce

Congo-Kinshasa: 10 Ways the Diaspora Can Help Bring Peace & Prosperity to #DRCongo

[allAfrica] Atlanta -Based on remarks as closing speaker at the Congolese Diaspora Impact Summit in New York in September 2019.
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Congo-Kinshasa: 10 Ways the Diaspora Can Help Bring Peace & Prosperity to #DRCongo

[allAfrica] Atlanta -Based on remarks as closing speaker at the Congolese Diaspora Impact Summit in New York in September 2019.

Chad: Floods Leave Thousands Homeless in Chad and Cameroon

[VOA] Heavy rains and floods this week have left at least 100,000 people homeless on both sides of the border between northern Cameroon and Chad.  It's the worst flooding in the area since 2012. the military is working to evacuate those stranded by floodwate
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Chad: Floods Leave Thousands Homeless in Chad and Cameroon

[VOA] Heavy rains and floods this week have left at least 100,000 people homeless on both sides of the border between northern Cameroon and Chad.  It's the worst flooding in the area since 2012. the military is working to evacuate those stranded by floodwaters in Kaikai.

Mozambique: Lopsided Frelimo Victory Could Divide Country - Analyst

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Unofficial results in Mozambique's elections point to sweeping victories for the ruling Frelimo party and President Filipe Nyusi, prompting some analysts to question the credibility of the polls, reports Associated Press, carried on Voi
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Mozambique: Lopsided Frelimo Victory Could Divide Country - Analyst

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Unofficial results in Mozambique's elections point to sweeping victories for the ruling Frelimo party and President Filipe Nyusi, prompting some analysts to question the credibility of the polls, reports Associated Press, carried on Voice of America.

Angola: Studies for Luanda's Surface Train Concluded

[ANGOP] Luanda -The minister of Transport, Ricardo de Abreu, announced last Wednesday, in Luanda, that studies for the conception of Luanda's surface railway transportation are concluded.
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Angola: Studies for Luanda's Surface Train Concluded

[ANGOP] Luanda -The minister of Transport, Ricardo de Abreu, announced last Wednesday, in Luanda, that studies for the conception of Luanda's surface railway transportation are concluded.

Rwanda: President Kagame Officiates Senators Swearing-in Ceremony

[Rwanda Govt] Thursday, 17 October 2019 - President Paul Kagame is presiding over the swearing-in of the third Senate mandate following their election in September. The new 20 senators are joining six senators from the second mandate due to conclude next year
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Rwanda: President Kagame Officiates Senators Swearing-in Ceremony

[Rwanda Govt] Thursday, 17 October 2019 - President Paul Kagame is presiding over the swearing-in of the third Senate mandate following their election in September. The new 20 senators are joining six senators from the second mandate due to conclude next year.

South Sudan: Border Closures With Libya, CAR Begin to Have Impact

[VOA] Sudan's ruling Sovereign Council recently ordered the closure of the country's borders with the Central African Republic and Libya, citing security concerns. The order has been gradually implemented in the last three weeks.
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South Sudan: Border Closures With Libya, CAR Begin to Have Impact

[VOA] Sudan's ruling Sovereign Council recently ordered the closure of the country's borders with the Central African Republic and Libya, citing security concerns. The order has been gradually implemented in the last three weeks.

South Africa: Convicted Rapist Nicholas Ninow Gets Life Sentence

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Nicholas Ninow has been handed down a life sentence by Judge Mokhine Mosopa in the North Gauteng High Court for the 2018 rape of a seven-year-old girl in the bathroom of a Dros restaurant in Pretoria, TimesLive reports. The convicted ra
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South Africa: Convicted Rapist Nicholas Ninow Gets Life Sentence

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Nicholas Ninow has been handed down a life sentence by Judge Mokhine Mosopa in the North Gauteng High Court for the 2018 rape of a seven-year-old girl in the bathroom of a Dros restaurant in Pretoria, TimesLive reports. The convicted rapist also received a five-year sentence for posession of drugs and five more for defeating the ends of justice. The two terms will run concurrently.

Africa: World Poverty Day - An Opportunity to Reimagine the Future of African Youth

[allAfrica] Johannesburg -Commemorating World Poverty Eradication day presents an opportune moment to reflect on the status of Africa's journey of development as a means for the continent to step out of poverty, and take its place as a global superpower. It m
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Africa: World Poverty Day - An Opportunity to Reimagine the Future of African Youth

[allAfrica] Johannesburg -Commemorating World Poverty Eradication day presents an opportune moment to reflect on the status of Africa's journey of development as a means for the continent to step out of poverty, and take its place as a global superpower. It must be celebrated the fact that Africa has achieved positive strides in reducing poverty and accomplishing the aspirations set out in Agenda 2063.

South Africa: New Study Shows Caster Semenya Has Advantage - World Athletics Body

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] London -The governing body of world athletics on Wednesday welcomed a landmark study showing high testosterone helped women run better, saying it justified their decision to bar Olympic champion Caster Semenya from key races.
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South Africa: New Study Shows Caster Semenya Has Advantage - World Athletics Body

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] London -The governing body of world athletics on Wednesday welcomed a landmark study showing high testosterone helped women run better, saying it justified their decision to bar Olympic champion Caster Semenya from key races.

Mozambique: Ruling Party On Course for Tainted Victory

[Mozambique Political Process Bulletin] Frelimo and its presidential candidate Filipe Nyusi appear to be on course for victory. Severe restrictions on observation and the failure to post polling station results in places where the opposition is expected to wi
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Mozambique: Ruling Party On Course for Tainted Victory

[Mozambique Political Process Bulletin] Frelimo and its presidential candidate Filipe Nyusi appear to be on course for victory. Severe restrictions on observation and the failure to post polling station results in places where the opposition is expected to win make it impossible to forecast percentages. But partial and initial reports give Frelimo a large margin. In three key provinces for the opposition - Nampula, Tete and Zambezia - available results are not sufficient to predict. In Sofala, it appears that MDM and Renamo will split the opposi

Rwanda: 9% of Births Still Happen at Home

[New Times] On October 14, a four-day campaign for National Integrated Maternal and Child Health was launched by the Ministry of Health in Karongi District but will be rolled out in every district.
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Rwanda: 9% of Births Still Happen at Home

[New Times] On October 14, a four-day campaign for National Integrated Maternal and Child Health was launched by the Ministry of Health in Karongi District but will be rolled out in every district.

East Africa: Why Tanzania Shouldn't Force Burundian Refugees to Return

[The New Humanitarian] London -Based on a new report entitled «Returning to Stability: refugee returns in the Great Lakes region.»
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East Africa: Why Tanzania Shouldn't Force Burundian Refugees to Return

[The New Humanitarian] London -Based on a new report entitled «Returning to Stability: refugee returns in the Great Lakes region.»

Rwanda: U.S.$5 Million Mobilised for Gorilla Conservation

[New Times] A fundraiser organised by popular American TV personality and comedian Ellen DeGeners has raised some $5 million (about Rwf4.6 billion) as her efforts to raise funds for conservation of mountain gorillas in Rwanda kicks off in earnest.
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Rwanda: U.S.$5 Million Mobilised for Gorilla Conservation

[New Times] A fundraiser organised by popular American TV personality and comedian Ellen DeGeners has raised some $5 million (about Rwf4.6 billion) as her efforts to raise funds for conservation of mountain gorillas in Rwanda kicks off in earnest.

South Africa: Animation Studio Scores International Emmy Nomination for Short Film

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Cape Town animation studio Triggerfish has added another feather to its cap in the form of an International Emmy Kids Awards nomination for «Zog», an animated short film for the UK's Magic Light Pictures.
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South Africa: Animation Studio Scores International Emmy Nomination for Short Film

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Cape Town animation studio Triggerfish has added another feather to its cap in the form of an International Emmy Kids Awards nomination for «Zog», an animated short film for the UK's Magic Light Pictures.

Africa: Central African Republic Tops World Hunger Index

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] London -Central African Republic topped an annual world hunger index on Tuesday as aid agencies warned that climate change was making it increasingly hard to feed the world.
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Africa: Central African Republic Tops World Hunger Index

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] London -Central African Republic topped an annual world hunger index on Tuesday as aid agencies warned that climate change was making it increasingly hard to feed the world.

East Africa: Pressure Builds On Burundian Refugees in Tanzania Amid Threat of Forced Return

[The New Humanitarian] A plan to repatriate some 200,000 Burundian refugees living in Tanzanian camps has raised concerns that many who fled the country to escape violence may be forced back home, just as Burundi's 2020 elections increase the prospects of a n
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East Africa: Pressure Builds On Burundian Refugees in Tanzania Amid Threat of Forced Return

[The New Humanitarian] A plan to repatriate some 200,000 Burundian refugees living in Tanzanian camps has raised concerns that many who fled the country to escape violence may be forced back home, just as Burundi's 2020 elections increase the prospects of a new political crisis.

Rwanda: Govt, Central Africa Republic Sign Bilateral Pacts

[New Times] President Paul Kagame and President Faustin-Archange Touadéra of Central Africa Republic (CAR) yesterday witnessed the signing of four pacts in Bangui.
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Rwanda: Govt, Central Africa Republic Sign Bilateral Pacts

[New Times] President Paul Kagame and President Faustin-Archange Touadéra of Central Africa Republic (CAR) yesterday witnessed the signing of four pacts in Bangui.

Africa: France Says Strong Business Development in Africa Will Benefit Africans

[RFI] The French government is stepping up efforts to strengthen ties with the African continent in the run-up to a key business forum at the end of the month. Africa's leading European trading partner wants a win-win cooperation without historical baggage.
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Africa: France Says Strong Business Development in Africa Will Benefit Africans

[RFI] The French government is stepping up efforts to strengthen ties with the African continent in the run-up to a key business forum at the end of the month. Africa's leading European trading partner wants a win-win cooperation without historical baggage.

Mozambique: Vote Counting Marred by Allegations of Rigging by Renamo Leader

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Mozambicans voted on October 15 in an election which the incumbent President Filipe Nyusi said should help anchor peace, but his main rival, Renamo leader Ossufo Momade has already made allegations of vote rigging, Verdade reports.
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Mozambique: Vote Counting Marred by Allegations of Rigging by Renamo Leader

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Mozambicans voted on October 15 in an election which the incumbent President Filipe Nyusi said should help anchor peace, but his main rival, Renamo leader Ossufo Momade has already made allegations of vote rigging, Verdade reports.

Rwanda: Govt Claims Closed Radio Spread Hatred

[RFI] Rwandan government supporters have defended the closure of a Christian radio and the deportation of its American pastor. The fierce reaction to RFI's report last week is emblematic of a broader cultural war in Rwanda, which has also affected religious p
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Rwanda: Govt Claims Closed Radio Spread Hatred

[RFI] Rwandan government supporters have defended the closure of a Christian radio and the deportation of its American pastor. The fierce reaction to RFI's report last week is emblematic of a broader cultural war in Rwanda, which has also affected religious practice.

Africa: How These Women Scientists Will Help Africa Adapt to Changing Climate

[allAfrica] Nairobi -A group of 25 women from eastern and western Africa have joined the list of young researchers racing to bridge the shortage of women agriculture scientists in Africa.
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Africa: How These Women Scientists Will Help Africa Adapt to Changing Climate

[allAfrica] Nairobi -A group of 25 women from eastern and western Africa have joined the list of young researchers racing to bridge the shortage of women agriculture scientists in Africa.

Kenya: Blow For Director of Public Prosecutions in Tycoon's Tax Case

[Nation] The prosecution on Monday suffered a big blow in the Sh41 billion tax evasion case against tycoon Humphrey Kariuki, with the High Court faulting the role of the Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) in the matter.
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Kenya: Blow For Director of Public Prosecutions in Tycoon's Tax Case

[Nation] The prosecution on Monday suffered a big blow in the Sh41 billion tax evasion case against tycoon Humphrey Kariuki, with the High Court faulting the role of the Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) in the matter.

Guinea: Protests Against Change to Constitution Turn Deadly

[allAfrica] Cape Town -At least one policeman and a protester were killed on Monday during demonstrations in Guinea against a possible change to the constitution that could let President Alpha Conde seek a third term, Reuters reports.
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Guinea: Protests Against Change to Constitution Turn Deadly

[allAfrica] Cape Town -At least one policeman and a protester were killed on Monday during demonstrations in Guinea against a possible change to the constitution that could let President Alpha Conde seek a third term, Reuters reports.

West Africa: We Are Paying a Heavy Price for What's Happening in Libya - President Issoufou

[allAfrica] Rhodes -The security threat to the Sahel region has been amplified by the Libyan crisis, said the President of Niger Mahamadou Issoufou. In his forthright assessment of the conflict, Issoufou said it seems the world has turned its back on countrie
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West Africa: We Are Paying a Heavy Price for What's Happening in Libya - President Issoufou

[allAfrica] Rhodes -The security threat to the Sahel region has been amplified by the Libyan crisis, said the President of Niger Mahamadou Issoufou. In his forthright assessment of the conflict, Issoufou said it seems the world has turned its back on countries that are dealing with the fallout of the crisis.

Congo-Kinshasa: New Ebola Vaccine Brings Hope

[Deutsche Welle] Many in the Democratic Republic of Congo have been waiting for this moment: A new vaccine to battle the Ebola outbreak is about to be released. The vaccine could reach broader parts of the population than before.
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Congo-Kinshasa: New Ebola Vaccine Brings Hope

[Deutsche Welle] Many in the Democratic Republic of Congo have been waiting for this moment: A new vaccine to battle the Ebola outbreak is about to be released. The vaccine could reach broader parts of the population than before.

Sierra Leone: 'We Are Not Alone' in Fighting Climate Change, Says Freetown Mayor

[Deutsche Welle] Over 90 mayors of the world's biggest cities have signed a Global Green New Deal in Copenhagen this week. Freetown's mayor Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr talks environmental justice, tackling pollution and what gives her hope.
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Sierra Leone: 'We Are Not Alone' in Fighting Climate Change, Says Freetown Mayor

[Deutsche Welle] Over 90 mayors of the world's biggest cities have signed a Global Green New Deal in Copenhagen this week. Freetown's mayor Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr talks environmental justice, tackling pollution and what gives her hope.

Kenya: Ethiopia Plane Crash Victims Headed Home For Burial

[Nation] Families who lost loved ones in the ill-fated Ethiopian Airlines plane crash on March 10, 2019 will begin receiving their remains on Monday for burial, the Nation has learnt.
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Kenya: Ethiopia Plane Crash Victims Headed Home For Burial

[Nation] Families who lost loved ones in the ill-fated Ethiopian Airlines plane crash on March 10, 2019 will begin receiving their remains on Monday for burial, the Nation has learnt.

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