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Lesotho: New Tumult Engulfs PM, Police Chief

[Legalbrief]  For a country that covers an area of just 30 000 km2 (and is one of only three independent states completely surrounded by another country), Lesotho's political turmoil continues to unsettle its enormous neighbour.

Kenya: Journalist Yassin Juma's Health Deteriorates in Ethiopian Detention

[Nation] Kenyan journalist Yassin Juma, who is being detained at the Sostegna Police Station in Ethiopia, says he has developed health complications amid concerns over his legal representation.
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Kenya: Journalist Yassin Juma's Health Deteriorates in Ethiopian Detention

[Nation] Kenyan journalist Yassin Juma, who is being detained at the Sostegna Police Station in Ethiopia, says he has developed health complications amid concerns over his legal representation.

South Africa: Brewing Giant Halts U.S.$.290 Million in Investments After Alcohol Ban

[allAfrica] Cape Town -- South African Breweries (SAB) is cancelling R5 billion ($290 million) of planned investments as a result of revenue losses sustained during a government-imposed ban on alcohol sales during the coronavirus crisis, Reuters reports.
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South Africa: Brewing Giant Halts U.S.$.290 Million in Investments After Alcohol Ban

[allAfrica] Cape Town -- South African Breweries (SAB) is cancelling R5 billion ($290 million) of planned investments as a result of revenue losses sustained during a government-imposed ban on alcohol sales during the coronavirus crisis, Reuters reports.

Cameroon: Tomato Farmers Count Losses to Wild Weather and Lockdown

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Yaounde -- Too little rainfall and then too much has paired with coronavirus impacts in Central Africa, leaving growers struggling
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Cameroon: Tomato Farmers Count Losses to Wild Weather and Lockdown

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Yaounde -- Too little rainfall and then too much has paired with coronavirus impacts in Central Africa, leaving growers struggling

Cameroon: 16 Killed in Suspected Boko Haram Attack in Far North

[RFI] A grenade attack launched early Sunday morning at a displaced person's camp in the Far North region of Cameroon killed 16 people and wounded seven, according to local officials.
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Cameroon: 16 Killed in Suspected Boko Haram Attack in Far North

[RFI] A grenade attack launched early Sunday morning at a displaced person's camp in the Far North region of Cameroon killed 16 people and wounded seven, according to local officials.

Congo-Kinshasa: Corrupt Networks Push Tshisekedi to Order Investigations

[Nation] Kinshasa -- Corruption is Congolese President Felix Tshisekedi's latest headache following his takeover from Joseph Kabila in January last year.
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Congo-Kinshasa: Corrupt Networks Push Tshisekedi to Order Investigations

[Nation] Kinshasa -- Corruption is Congolese President Felix Tshisekedi's latest headache following his takeover from Joseph Kabila in January last year.

South Africa: Ex Home Affairs Minister's Wife Norma Gigaba In Legal Battle Over Arrest

[allAfrica] Norma Gigaba, the wife of former home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba, has been charged with crimen injuria and damage to property and will approach the High Court to challenge her arrest, The Citizen writes.
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South Africa: Ex Home Affairs Minister's Wife Norma Gigaba In Legal Battle Over Arrest

[allAfrica] Norma Gigaba, the wife of former home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba, has been charged with crimen injuria and damage to property and will approach the High Court to challenge her arrest, The Citizen writes.

South Africa: Rumours of Death - But Deputy President is Alive, Govt Says

[allAfrica] Cape Town -- The South African presidency has issued a statement saying that Deputy President David Mabuza is «home and well».
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South Africa: Rumours of Death - But Deputy President is Alive, Govt Says

[allAfrica] Cape Town -- The South African presidency has issued a statement saying that Deputy President David Mabuza is «home and well».

Rwanda: Covid-19 Curfew - New Platform to Facilitate Movement of Late, Early Morning Flyers

[New Times] Following the reopening of the country to international air travel, Rwanda National Police (RNP) has provided an online platform to help people with late departure and arrival flights to facilitate their movements past curfew hours.
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Rwanda: Covid-19 Curfew - New Platform to Facilitate Movement of Late, Early Morning Flyers

[New Times] Following the reopening of the country to international air travel, Rwanda National Police (RNP) has provided an online platform to help people with late departure and arrival flights to facilitate their movements past curfew hours.

Africa: Cameroon Legend Tataw Passes Away

[CAF] Cameroon legend Stephen Tataw passed away on Friday, 31 July 2020 in Yaounde after a short illness, the Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT) has confirmed. He was 57.
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Africa: Cameroon Legend Tataw Passes Away

[CAF] Cameroon legend Stephen Tataw passed away on Friday, 31 July 2020 in Yaounde after a short illness, the Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT) has confirmed. He was 57.

Kenya: Government Denies Banning Alcohol Sale in Wines and Spirits Joints

[Nairobi News] The government has denied that it has banned the sale of alcohol at wines and spirits after a purported gazette notice started circulating on social media.
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Kenya: Government Denies Banning Alcohol Sale in Wines and Spirits Joints

[Nairobi News] The government has denied that it has banned the sale of alcohol at wines and spirits after a purported gazette notice started circulating on social media.

West Africa: Along the Jollof Road - A Journey from Lagos to Dakar and Back

[African Arguments] For three months, a few colleagues and I travelled across West Africa discovering the many things that bind us together... alongside Jollof Rice.
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West Africa: Along the Jollof Road - A Journey from Lagos to Dakar and Back

[African Arguments] For three months, a few colleagues and I travelled across West Africa discovering the many things that bind us together... alongside Jollof Rice.

Equatorial Guinea: GITGE Doubles Down On Price and Capacity During Covid-19 - Will Roll-Out More FTTH Based On Pilot Results

[Balancing Act] London -- Spanish-speaking Equatorial Guinea is one of the most under-reported telecoms markets in Sub-Saharan Africa. To right the balance a little this week we're running a translation of an interview in CIO Magazine with Dr Oscar Ondo Ngom
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Equatorial Guinea: GITGE Doubles Down On Price and Capacity During Covid-19 - Will Roll-Out More FTTH Based On Pilot Results

[Balancing Act] London -- Spanish-speaking Equatorial Guinea is one of the most under-reported telecoms markets in Sub-Saharan Africa. To right the balance a little this week we're running a translation of an interview in CIO Magazine with Dr Oscar Ondo Ngomo Nchama, D-G of the public sector telco GITGE.

Angola: Angola, Opec Strengthen Market Stability

[Ethiopian Herald] Angola discussions that took place last week is a major pillar of the strong dialogue and cooperation between OPEC and African producing nations. The Chamber welcomes these discussions and encourages more collaboration as Angola and others
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Angola: Angola, Opec Strengthen Market Stability

[Ethiopian Herald] Angola discussions that took place last week is a major pillar of the strong dialogue and cooperation between OPEC and African producing nations. The Chamber welcomes these discussions and encourages more collaboration as Angola and others will benefit from market stability, according to Apo group.

Zimbabwe: Crackdown Continues As Police Arrest Mahere, Mamombe, Dangarembwa

[New Zimbabwe] Police in Harare have arrested MDC Alliance national spokesperson Fadzayi Mahere, filmmaker Tsitsi Dangarembwa among some activists over protests which had been planned for this Friday.
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Zimbabwe: Crackdown Continues As Police Arrest Mahere, Mamombe, Dangarembwa

[New Zimbabwe] Police in Harare have arrested MDC Alliance national spokesperson Fadzayi Mahere, filmmaker Tsitsi Dangarembwa among some activists over protests which had been planned for this Friday.

South Africa: Crime Statistics - More Sexual Offences, Attempted Murder Cases Drop

[allAfrica] Cape Town -- Sexual offences discovered as a result of police action have increased by 20.5% over the past year, according to the 2019/20 statistics released by the South African Police Service.
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South Africa: Crime Statistics - More Sexual Offences, Attempted Murder Cases Drop

[allAfrica] Cape Town -- Sexual offences discovered as a result of police action have increased by 20.5% over the past year, according to the 2019/20 statistics released by the South African Police Service.

Rwanda: Robots Used to Fight Against Covid-19

[WHO] One of the challenges being faced worldwide is the rate of infection of health professionals while treating COVID-19 patients. 2016 statistics show the following picture of Rwanda's health sector: 1/50,505 ground ambulance / population Ratio; 1/10,055 D
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Rwanda: Robots Used to Fight Against Covid-19

[WHO] One of the challenges being faced worldwide is the rate of infection of health professionals while treating COVID-19 patients. 2016 statistics show the following picture of Rwanda's health sector: 1/50,505 ground ambulance / population Ratio; 1/10,055 Doctor/population ratio; 1/1,094 Nurse/population ratio; 1/10,500 Laboratory technicians /population ratio.

Rwanda: Lockdown Lifted on Some Kigali City Neighbourhoods

[New Times] Three of the six villages in Kigali City that have been under total lockdown were on Thursday, July 30, allowed to go back to normal as the other three were added on the lockdown list.
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Rwanda: Lockdown Lifted on Some Kigali City Neighbourhoods

[New Times] Three of the six villages in Kigali City that have been under total lockdown were on Thursday, July 30, allowed to go back to normal as the other three were added on the lockdown list.

Kenya: U.S. Issues Safety Alert for 10 Kenya Airways Boeing Planes

[Nation] Kenya Airways will be forced to inspect afresh the engines of its 10 Boeing 737 New Generation aircraft after the US aviation regulator warned that they could stall mid-air after being grounded for months.
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Kenya: U.S. Issues Safety Alert for 10 Kenya Airways Boeing Planes

[Nation] Kenya Airways will be forced to inspect afresh the engines of its 10 Boeing 737 New Generation aircraft after the US aviation regulator warned that they could stall mid-air after being grounded for months.

Zimbabwe: Govt to Pay White Farmers U.S.$3.5 Billion in Land Compensation Deal

[The Herald] The 4 000 white commercial farmers who lost their farms during land reform will now be getting US$3.5 billion compensation for improvements after Government and the farmers' representatives yesterday signed a series of agreements in a ceremony pr
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Zimbabwe: Govt to Pay White Farmers U.S.$3.5 Billion in Land Compensation Deal

[The Herald] The 4 000 white commercial farmers who lost their farms during land reform will now be getting US$3.5 billion compensation for improvements after Government and the farmers' representatives yesterday signed a series of agreements in a ceremony presided over by President Mnangagwa at State House.

Africa: 'Africa Approaches One Million Cases, The Continent is at a Pivotal Point'

[WHO] Brazzaville -- COVID-19 infections in Africa will exceed one million cases in the coming days as the pandemic surges in several hotspot countries. In a little more than three weeks, the number of cases on the continent almost doubled to 889 457, with 1
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Africa: 'Africa Approaches One Million Cases, The Continent is at a Pivotal Point'

[WHO] Brazzaville -- COVID-19 infections in Africa will exceed one million cases in the coming days as the pandemic surges in several hotspot countries. In a little more than three weeks, the number of cases on the continent almost doubled to 889 457, with 18 806 deaths.

Congo-Kinshasa: Gangs Kidnap, Rape in National Park

[HRW] Criminal gangs have kidnapped for ransom at least 170 people near the Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo between April 2017 and March 2020. Small groups armed with guns and machetes have beaten, tortured, and murdered hostages, ra
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Congo-Kinshasa: Gangs Kidnap, Rape in National Park

[HRW] Criminal gangs have kidnapped for ransom at least 170 people near the Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo between April 2017 and March 2020. Small groups armed with guns and machetes have beaten, tortured, and murdered hostages, raping women and girls, who make up more than half of them, while using threats to extort money from their families.

Burundi: IMF Approves Debt Relief

[East African] The International Monetary Fund has approved a debt relief package worth $7.63 million to Burundi. IMF's total debt relief is now $251.24 million given to 28 developing countries.
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Burundi: IMF Approves Debt Relief

[East African] The International Monetary Fund has approved a debt relief package worth $7.63 million to Burundi. IMF's total debt relief is now $251.24 million given to 28 developing countries.

Lesotho: Health Professionals' Strike Continues

[Lesotho Times] The nationwide strike by health workers entered its second week after they failed to agree on most of their grievances with the government on Monday.
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Lesotho: Health Professionals' Strike Continues

[Lesotho Times] The nationwide strike by health workers entered its second week after they failed to agree on most of their grievances with the government on Monday.

Tanzania: Tanzania Has Adequate Food Supply, SADC Report

[Daily News] A NEW report by the Southern African Development Community (SADC) has stated that food availability is adequate and stable in the country, as it urges Member States to strengthen mechanisms to mitigate the impact of Covid-19.
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Tanzania: Tanzania Has Adequate Food Supply, SADC Report

[Daily News] A NEW report by the Southern African Development Community (SADC) has stated that food availability is adequate and stable in the country, as it urges Member States to strengthen mechanisms to mitigate the impact of Covid-19.

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