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Nigeria: The Natural Resource Reserves - Sustainable Alternative to Buhari's Revenue-push Policies

[Dataphyte] Abuja -The Buhari administration has been struggling to meet its budgetary mandates as well as the President's campaign promises to Nigeria throughout its first term. This explains why revenue-push policies predominate the Finance Bill that was p

Tanzania: Illegal Entry Lands Three Burundi Nationals in Jail

[Daily News] THREE Burundians have been sentenced to two years in jail each after they failed to pay a fine of 700,000/- each. The three have been convicted of illegal entry into the country via Lake Tanganyika.
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Tanzania: Illegal Entry Lands Three Burundi Nationals in Jail

[Daily News] THREE Burundians have been sentenced to two years in jail each after they failed to pay a fine of 700,000/- each. The three have been convicted of illegal entry into the country via Lake Tanganyika.

Rwanda: Rwanda Opens New Embassy in Rabat

[Rwanda Govt] Wednesday, 15 January 2020 - A Rwandan embassy was officially inaugurated in Rabat, Morocco. The ceremony was graced by Minister of State in charge of the East African Community, Amb. Olivier Nduhungirehe and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Afr
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Rwanda: Rwanda Opens New Embassy in Rabat

[Rwanda Govt] Wednesday, 15 January 2020 - A Rwandan embassy was officially inaugurated in Rabat, Morocco. The ceremony was graced by Minister of State in charge of the East African Community, Amb. Olivier Nduhungirehe and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African cooperation and Moroccan people living abroad, Mr. Nasser Bourita.

Angola: Diamond Projects Generate Over Thousand Jobs

[ANGOP] Dundo -More than a thousand jobs will be generated with the entry into operation, in the next four months, of three new diamond projects in the province of Lunda Norte, announced today, Friday, the chairman of the board of Endiama, Ganga Júnior.
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Angola: Diamond Projects Generate Over Thousand Jobs

[ANGOP] Dundo -More than a thousand jobs will be generated with the entry into operation, in the next four months, of three new diamond projects in the province of Lunda Norte, announced today, Friday, the chairman of the board of Endiama, Ganga Júnior.

Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Sanctions Excuse Is Nonsense - EU

[263Chat] The European Union (EU) ambassador to Zimbabwe, Timo Olkkonen has described as 'nonsense' President Emmerson Mnangagwa's proposition that sanctions are impeding on the country's economic progress.
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Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Sanctions Excuse Is Nonsense - EU

[263Chat] The European Union (EU) ambassador to Zimbabwe, Timo Olkkonen has described as 'nonsense' President Emmerson Mnangagwa's proposition that sanctions are impeding on the country's economic progress.

Malawi: Former President Muluzi Back in Court On March 24

[Nyasa Times] The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) returns to High Court in Blantyre on March 24 with the the case of former president Bakili Muluzi that has stagnated for about 14 years.
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Malawi: Former President Muluzi Back in Court On March 24

[Nyasa Times] The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) returns to High Court in Blantyre on March 24 with the the case of former president Bakili Muluzi that has stagnated for about 14 years.

Kenya: MP Babu Owino Arrested for Shooting a DJ at B-Club

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Embakasi East MP Babu Owino was arrested on Friday morning for allegedly shooting a reveler at B-Club, police said.
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Kenya: MP Babu Owino Arrested for Shooting a DJ at B-Club

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Embakasi East MP Babu Owino was arrested on Friday morning for allegedly shooting a reveler at B-Club, police said.

East Africa: Al-Shabaab's Attacks Come Amid Backdrop of West's Waning Interest

[The Conversation Africa] Two significant attacks have been carried out by al-Shabaab in recent weeks. On 6 January 2020, the Somali-based terrorist group attacked a Kenyan military base close to the former coastal holiday destination of Lamu. The killing of
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East Africa: Al-Shabaab's Attacks Come Amid Backdrop of West's Waning Interest

[The Conversation Africa] Two significant attacks have been carried out by al-Shabaab in recent weeks. On 6 January 2020, the Somali-based terrorist group attacked a Kenyan military base close to the former coastal holiday destination of Lamu. The killing of a US service man and two US contractors in this attack inflicted the first ever American military combat losses inside Kenya.

Kenya: Kipchoge Discusses Track Races as Mo Farah Lands in Iten

[Nation] Despite the country's embarrassment of talent in distance running, it's a bizarre fact that Kenya has won the Olympic gold medal only once each in the 5,000 and 10,000 metres races.
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Kenya: Kipchoge Discusses Track Races as Mo Farah Lands in Iten

[Nation] Despite the country's embarrassment of talent in distance running, it's a bizarre fact that Kenya has won the Olympic gold medal only once each in the 5,000 and 10,000 metres races.

Rwanda: Weather Agency Warns of 'Above Average' Rain

[New Times] Southwestern Rwanda is predicted to receive more rains in the first three months of the year than the previous years, according to the latest national seasonal forecast.
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Rwanda: Weather Agency Warns of 'Above Average' Rain

[New Times] Southwestern Rwanda is predicted to receive more rains in the first three months of the year than the previous years, according to the latest national seasonal forecast.

Lesotho: Under Scrunity for Link to Wife's Death, Prime Minister Thabane to Resign

[Deutsche Welle] Prime Minister Thomas Thabane has come under scrutiny after the murder of his first wife. His current wife, Maesaiah, is currently wanted by the police for questioning - and her whereabouts are unknown.
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Lesotho: Under Scrunity for Link to Wife's Death, Prime Minister Thabane to Resign

[Deutsche Welle] Prime Minister Thomas Thabane has come under scrutiny after the murder of his first wife. His current wife, Maesaiah, is currently wanted by the police for questioning - and her whereabouts are unknown.

Central African Republic: UN Peacekeepers Protecting Hundreds Displaced By Central African Republic Fighting

[UN News] Fresh clashes in the Central African Republic's southeast have driven some 400 people to seek shelter at a UN base there, the United Nations Spokesperson said on Wednesday.
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Central African Republic: UN Peacekeepers Protecting Hundreds Displaced By Central African Republic Fighting

[UN News] Fresh clashes in the Central African Republic's southeast have driven some 400 people to seek shelter at a UN base there, the United Nations Spokesperson said on Wednesday.

Zimbabwe: Sanctions to Remain Until Reforms Are Implemented - U.S.

[New Zimbabwe] The restrictive measures imposed on Zimbabwe by the United States will remain in place until President Emmerson Mnangagwa's administration implemented the necessary political and economic reforms key to restoring the troubled country's democrac
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Zimbabwe: Sanctions to Remain Until Reforms Are Implemented - U.S.

[New Zimbabwe] The restrictive measures imposed on Zimbabwe by the United States will remain in place until President Emmerson Mnangagwa's administration implemented the necessary political and economic reforms key to restoring the troubled country's democracy and prosperity, the US Ambassador to Zimbabwe said Wednesday.

Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa's Mozambique Trip Exposes Mistrust in Ruling Party - Analysts

[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa's visit to Mozambique to attend Filipe Nyusi's inauguration for his second presidential term has drawn mixed reactions from various quarters.
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Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa's Mozambique Trip Exposes Mistrust in Ruling Party - Analysts

[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa's visit to Mozambique to attend Filipe Nyusi's inauguration for his second presidential term has drawn mixed reactions from various quarters.

Kenya: Tullow Suspends Trucking of Turkana Crude Oil Due to Bad Roads

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Tullow oil has suspended the trucking of Turkana crude oil citing severe damages by adverse weather conditions that were experienced in the last quarter of 2019.
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Kenya: Tullow Suspends Trucking of Turkana Crude Oil Due to Bad Roads

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Tullow oil has suspended the trucking of Turkana crude oil citing severe damages by adverse weather conditions that were experienced in the last quarter of 2019.

South Africa/Morocco: SAFA Boycotts 2020 Futsal Over Morocco's Occupation of Western Sahara

[allAfrica] Cape Town -The South African Football Association (SAFA) has announced its decision to withdraw the national team from the 2020 Africa Futsal Cup of Nations to be hosted in Morocco.
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South Africa/Morocco: SAFA Boycotts 2020 Futsal Over Morocco's Occupation of Western Sahara

[allAfrica] Cape Town -The South African Football Association (SAFA) has announced its decision to withdraw the national team from the 2020 Africa Futsal Cup of Nations to be hosted in Morocco.

Cameroon: Govt Clears Security Checks after Truckers Protests

[VOA] Cameroon has bowed to pressure from truckers and is dismantling illegal roadblocks and check points from the country's port city of Douala to the Chadian capital of N'Djamena.  For more than a week, truckers refused to drive the route because of extort
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Cameroon: Govt Clears Security Checks after Truckers Protests

[VOA] Cameroon has bowed to pressure from truckers and is dismantling illegal roadblocks and check points from the country's port city of Douala to the Chadian capital of N'Djamena.  For more than a week, truckers refused to drive the route because of extortion at the checkpoints. Drivers have resumed full activity now that officials are listening to their complaints.

Rwanda: Civil Servants Barred From Commenting On Uganda-Rwanda Relations

[Citizen] Officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs have been stopped from discussing or making public statements on the relationship between Uganda and Rwanda to avoid derailing the ongoing process to patch the strained relations between the two countri
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Rwanda: Civil Servants Barred From Commenting On Uganda-Rwanda Relations

[Citizen] Officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs have been stopped from discussing or making public statements on the relationship between Uganda and Rwanda to avoid derailing the ongoing process to patch the strained relations between the two countries.

Nigeria: Building Peace – The Only Alternative to a Failed State

[allAfrica] Africa's largest economy and most populous country, with over 200 million people -- has been battling internal conflicts and external insurgencies that are threatening the country's future. Scholars, analysts and community peace activists say the
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Nigeria: Building Peace – The Only Alternative to a Failed State

[allAfrica] Africa's largest economy and most populous country, with over 200 million people -- has been battling internal conflicts and external insurgencies that are threatening the country's future. Scholars, analysts and community peace activists say the problems, although severe, can be resolved. But leadership at multiple levels across many sectors, as well as understanding the dynamics of violence, is necessary for rescuing a nation with vast potential, before it slides into a failed state.

Uganda: Police Harass and Detain Journalists Covering Opposition Politician Bobi Wine

[CPJ] Nairobi -Ugandan police should drop all charges against journalist Willy Tamale and cease harassing reporters for their political coverage, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.
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Uganda: Police Harass and Detain Journalists Covering Opposition Politician Bobi Wine

[CPJ] Nairobi -Ugandan police should drop all charges against journalist Willy Tamale and cease harassing reporters for their political coverage, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.

Africa: Human Rights Violations and Violence - The Continent's 11 Hotspots

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Eleven African nations are highlighted in a major annual report on human rights as places where violations of citizens' rights were accompanied by insurgencies, domestic conflict or inter-communal violence in 2019.
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Africa: Human Rights Violations and Violence - The Continent's 11 Hotspots

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Eleven African nations are highlighted in a major annual report on human rights as places where violations of citizens' rights were accompanied by insurgencies, domestic conflict or inter-communal violence in 2019.

South Sudan: Announcement of Peace Agreement Concluded in Rome

[allAfrica] Following is the statement issued by the Community of Sant'Egidio,  a lay Catholic association in Rome that has been mediating the conflict among parties in South Sudan:
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South Sudan: Announcement of Peace Agreement Concluded in Rome

[allAfrica] Following is the statement issued by the Community of Sant'Egidio,  a lay Catholic association in Rome that has been mediating the conflict among parties in South Sudan:

Libya: Germany Calls Libya Conference in Berlin

[Deutsche Welle] With Libya ceasefire talks stalling, German Chancellor Angela Merkel is to host a conference in Berlin on Sunday. It will include representatives of top international players and the two rival Libyan governments.
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Libya: Germany Calls Libya Conference in Berlin

[Deutsche Welle] With Libya ceasefire talks stalling, German Chancellor Angela Merkel is to host a conference in Berlin on Sunday. It will include representatives of top international players and the two rival Libyan governments.

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.
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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.

Nigeria: Despite Beautiful Development Roadmaps, Nigeria Wallows in Poverty

[Dataphyte] Abuja -Nigeria's economy bears semblance to the story of a boy who chose to be clothed in rags despite his enormous retinue of beautiful, carefully-tailored, and properly-fitted clothes. Since independence, Nigeria has had a series of properly tho
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Nigeria: Despite Beautiful Development Roadmaps, Nigeria Wallows in Poverty

[Dataphyte] Abuja -Nigeria's economy bears semblance to the story of a boy who chose to be clothed in rags despite his enormous retinue of beautiful, carefully-tailored, and properly-fitted clothes. Since independence, Nigeria has had a series of properly thought economic plans which could have positioned it as one of the leading economies in the world.

Cameroon: Govt Grants 'Special Status' its to Restive Regions. They Don't Feel Special

[African Arguments] The government says a new bill removes Anglophone separatists' reasons to fight, but what's actually in it?
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Cameroon: Govt Grants 'Special Status' its to Restive Regions. They Don't Feel Special

[African Arguments] The government says a new bill removes Anglophone separatists' reasons to fight, but what's actually in it?

Zimbabwe: We Will Remove ED From Power - MDC Youth Leader

[New Zimbabwe] Opposition MDC Youth Assembly chairperson, Obey Sithole has reiterated the party's youth wing's determination to remove President Emmerson Mnangagwa from office for failing to manage the economic crisis in Zimbabwe.
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Zimbabwe: We Will Remove ED From Power - MDC Youth Leader

[New Zimbabwe] Opposition MDC Youth Assembly chairperson, Obey Sithole has reiterated the party's youth wing's determination to remove President Emmerson Mnangagwa from office for failing to manage the economic crisis in Zimbabwe.

Malawi: Anti-Corruption Body Told to Immediately Arrest Bribery Suspects

[Nyasa Times] The Malawi Law Society (MLS) has asked the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) to swiftly investigate into allegations that some individuals attempted to bribe the five-member panel of High Court
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Malawi: Anti-Corruption Body Told to Immediately Arrest Bribery Suspects

[Nyasa Times] The Malawi Law Society (MLS) has asked the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) to swiftly investigate into allegations that some individuals attempted to bribe the five-member panel of High Court

Liberia: Liberia Questions Presidential Critic Henry Costa for Alleged Forged Document

[RFI] Immigration authorities are investigating circumstances as to how Henry Costa, the lead organiser of recent anti-government protests, obtained what the authorities have determined to be a forged travel document.
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Liberia: Liberia Questions Presidential Critic Henry Costa for Alleged Forged Document

[RFI] Immigration authorities are investigating circumstances as to how Henry Costa, the lead organiser of recent anti-government protests, obtained what the authorities have determined to be a forged travel document.

Africa: Men Make War, Women Silence the Guns, Have You Heard?

[East African] Last week, nine precedent-setting, traditionally male-led chiefdoms in Cameroon's North allowed women to begin presenting women's matters to chiefs. The women can also now represent themselves, taking over from the men who did it for them.
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Africa: Men Make War, Women Silence the Guns, Have You Heard?

[East African] Last week, nine precedent-setting, traditionally male-led chiefdoms in Cameroon's North allowed women to begin presenting women's matters to chiefs. The women can also now represent themselves, taking over from the men who did it for them.

Africa: Men make war, women silence the guns, have you heard?

[East African] Last week, nine precedent-setting, traditionally male-led chiefdoms in Cameroon's North allowed women to begin presenting women's matters to chiefs. The women can also now represent themselves, taking over from the men who did it for them.
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Africa: Men make war, women silence the guns, have you heard?

[East African] Last week, nine precedent-setting, traditionally male-led chiefdoms in Cameroon's North allowed women to begin presenting women's matters to chiefs. The women can also now represent themselves, taking over from the men who did it for them.

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