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Cameroon: Claiming Massive Fraud, Opposition Challenges Ruling Party Victory

[VOA] Yaounde -Claiming massive fraud, Cameroonian opposition political parties are calling for the results of the February 9 local elections that gave the ruling  People's Democratic Movement of long-serving President Paul Biya a landslide victory to be dis

South Africa: 'I've Never Been Afraid of Jail,' Zuma Tells Supporters

[News24Wire] Former president Jacob Zuma says he is not using his illness to run from the law and if he is sent to jail, he will serve his time.
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South Africa: 'I've Never Been Afraid of Jail,' Zuma Tells Supporters

[News24Wire] Former president Jacob Zuma says he is not using his illness to run from the law and if he is sent to jail, he will serve his time.

Nigeria: Katsina Carnage - How Militants Killed Children, Elderly

[Daily Trust] The day started off well like any other for her, her daughter and granddaughter. It, however, would be one of the most horrific days of her life.
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Nigeria: Katsina Carnage - How Militants Killed Children, Elderly

[Daily Trust] The day started off well like any other for her, her daughter and granddaughter. It, however, would be one of the most horrific days of her life.

East Africa: Museveni Refutes Links With Rwandan Rebel Leader Nyamwasa

[Monitor] President Museveni has distanced Uganda from supporting exiled Rwandan dissident, Lt Gen Kayumba Nyamwasa, as alleged by Rwanda, but pledged to investigate the matter further.
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East Africa: Museveni Refutes Links With Rwandan Rebel Leader Nyamwasa

[Monitor] President Museveni has distanced Uganda from supporting exiled Rwandan dissident, Lt Gen Kayumba Nyamwasa, as alleged by Rwanda, but pledged to investigate the matter further.

Zimbabwe: Alarm As Mnangagwa Cracks the Whip

[Zimbabwe Standard] President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government has come under fire from the opposition and human rights activists following a wave of arrests of people who allegedly took part in protests last week.
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Zimbabwe: Alarm As Mnangagwa Cracks the Whip

[Zimbabwe Standard] President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government has come under fire from the opposition and human rights activists following a wave of arrests of people who allegedly took part in protests last week.

Namibia: New Charges for Fishrot Accused

[New Era] Suspended Fishcor CEO Mike Nghipunya was yesterday joined by five other co-accused in the unfolding international fishing bribery scandal when he appeared in the Windhoek Magistrate's Court for the first time.
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Namibia: New Charges for Fishrot Accused

[New Era] Suspended Fishcor CEO Mike Nghipunya was yesterday joined by five other co-accused in the unfolding international fishing bribery scandal when he appeared in the Windhoek Magistrate's Court for the first time.

South Africa: St Albans Prisoner Dies After Stabbing Warden Six Times

[News24Wire] A prisoner died and an official was injured in an incident at St Albans Correctional Centre in Port Elizabeth on Friday.
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South Africa: St Albans Prisoner Dies After Stabbing Warden Six Times

[News24Wire] A prisoner died and an official was injured in an incident at St Albans Correctional Centre in Port Elizabeth on Friday.

South Sudan: South Sudan's Machar Sworn in As Vice President

[East African] Dr Riek Machar and three other vice presidents of South Sudan took their oaths of office Saturday, on the deadline to form the new unity government.
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South Sudan: South Sudan's Machar Sworn in As Vice President

[East African] Dr Riek Machar and three other vice presidents of South Sudan took their oaths of office Saturday, on the deadline to form the new unity government.

Rwanda: Rwanda Announces Import Ban On Tilapia Fingerlings

[East African] The Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources has announced a temporary ban on the importation of tilapia fingerlings as a preventive measure against the Tilapia Lake Virus, a disease which is already killing tilapia in Tanzania, Egypt, Ecua
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Rwanda: Rwanda Announces Import Ban On Tilapia Fingerlings

[East African] The Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources has announced a temporary ban on the importation of tilapia fingerlings as a preventive measure against the Tilapia Lake Virus, a disease which is already killing tilapia in Tanzania, Egypt, Ecuador and Colombia.

Uganda: Kigali, Kampala Sign Deal to Ease Border Tensions

[East African] President Paul Kagame of Rwanda and his Ugandan counterpart Yoweri Museveni have signed an extradition treaty as the two countries move to end tensions that have paralysed movement of people and goods across their common borders.
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Uganda: Kigali, Kampala Sign Deal to Ease Border Tensions

[East African] President Paul Kagame of Rwanda and his Ugandan counterpart Yoweri Museveni have signed an extradition treaty as the two countries move to end tensions that have paralysed movement of people and goods across their common borders.

Angola: Angolan Ambassador Meets With Former Namibian President

[ANGOP] Luanda -Angola's ambassador to Namibia, Jovelina Imperial, met last Thursday in Windhoek with former Namibian president Sam Nujoma, at a meeting in which the diplomat reported on the country's economic and social situation.
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Angola: Angolan Ambassador Meets With Former Namibian President

[ANGOP] Luanda -Angola's ambassador to Namibia, Jovelina Imperial, met last Thursday in Windhoek with former Namibian president Sam Nujoma, at a meeting in which the diplomat reported on the country's economic and social situation.

Angola: Govt Officials Address Human Trafficking and Child Prostitution

[ANGOP] Luanda -The State minister for the Social Area, Carolina Cerqueira, addressed last Thursday, in Luanda, with government officials, issues regarding human trafficking and child prostitution.
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Angola: Govt Officials Address Human Trafficking and Child Prostitution

[ANGOP] Luanda -The State minister for the Social Area, Carolina Cerqueira, addressed last Thursday, in Luanda, with government officials, issues regarding human trafficking and child prostitution.

Cameroon: Biya Orders $82,000 Released for Cameroonians in China

[East African] Cameroon's President Paul Biya on Thursday ordered the state to urgently disburse FCFA 50 million ($82,306) for the upkeep of Cameroonians in China following the coronavirus outbreak.
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Cameroon: Biya Orders $82,000 Released for Cameroonians in China

[East African] Cameroon's President Paul Biya on Thursday ordered the state to urgently disburse FCFA 50 million ($82,306) for the upkeep of Cameroonians in China following the coronavirus outbreak.

Nigeria: States Partner with U.S. Development Agency to Multiply Effective Investments in the Nation's Future

[allAfrica] Lagos -C.D. Glin, the CEO of the United States African Development Foundation, an independently operated Washington D.C.-based organization, mandated and funded by the U.S. Congress was in Kebbi and Lagos states this month to consult with Nigeria
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Nigeria: States Partner with U.S. Development Agency to Multiply Effective Investments in the Nation's Future

[allAfrica] Lagos -C.D. Glin, the CEO of the United States African Development Foundation, an independently operated Washington D.C.-based organization, mandated and funded by the U.S. Congress was in Kebbi and Lagos states this month to consult with Nigerian partners. Ben Ezeamalu, who heads the Lagos office of AllAfrica media partner Premium Times, caught up with Glin in Lagos to ask about his visit.

Cameroon: Global Bodies Demand Probe After Northwest Killings

[East African] Yaoundé -Outraged global organisations are demanding an independent investigation following killings in Cameroon's English-speaking northwest region where government troops are deployed.
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Cameroon: Global Bodies Demand Probe After Northwest Killings

[East African] Yaoundé -Outraged global organisations are demanding an independent investigation following killings in Cameroon's English-speaking northwest region where government troops are deployed.

Lesotho: Lesotho's PM Thabane a No-Show at Court for Wife's Murder

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Lesotho's Prime Minister Thomas Thabane has failed to appear in court to face charges of murdering his estranged wife Lipolelo Thabane in 2017.
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Lesotho: Lesotho's PM Thabane a No-Show at Court for Wife's Murder

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Lesotho's Prime Minister Thomas Thabane has failed to appear in court to face charges of murdering his estranged wife Lipolelo Thabane in 2017.

Nigeria: BREAKING - Investigative Journalist Fisayo Soyombo Donates Cash Prize to Free Prisoners

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Fisayo Soyombo has donated the N500,000 he won from the People Journalism Prize for Africa 2019 to help in the release of inmates awaiting trial.
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Nigeria: BREAKING - Investigative Journalist Fisayo Soyombo Donates Cash Prize to Free Prisoners

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Fisayo Soyombo has donated the N500,000 he won from the People Journalism Prize for Africa 2019 to help in the release of inmates awaiting trial.

Angola: Luanda Leaks Corruption Files 'Tip of the Iceberg,' Campaigners Say

[VOA] Johannesburg -Angolan activists say the recent «Luanda Leaks» investigation -- which uncovered billions of dollars' worth of unscrupulous business dealings that made the daughter of Angola's longtime president, the richest woman in Africa 
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Angola: Luanda Leaks Corruption Files 'Tip of the Iceberg,' Campaigners Say

[VOA] Johannesburg -Angolan activists say the recent «Luanda Leaks» investigation -- which uncovered billions of dollars' worth of unscrupulous business dealings that made the daughter of Angola's longtime president, the richest woman in Africa -- is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to corruption in the oil-rich African country.

Rwanda: Kagame, Museveni Meet at Gatuna Border

[New Times] The fourth Quadripartite Heads of State Summit in a bid to normalize ties between Rwanda and Uganda is scheduled for today, February 21 at Gatuna border.
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Rwanda: Kagame, Museveni Meet at Gatuna Border

[New Times] The fourth Quadripartite Heads of State Summit in a bid to normalize ties between Rwanda and Uganda is scheduled for today, February 21 at Gatuna border.

West Africa: Multiple Conflicts Interlinked in Worsening Sahel Crisis

[Centre 4s] Nouakchott -On February 24 and 25, the G5 Sahel Summit and the Alliance for the Sahel will be held in Nouakchott, Mauritania. In that context, a reminder and observations may be needed. A number of misunderstandings -- as well as false informatio
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West Africa: Multiple Conflicts Interlinked in Worsening Sahel Crisis

[Centre 4s] Nouakchott -On February 24 and 25, the G5 Sahel Summit and the Alliance for the Sahel will be held in Nouakchott, Mauritania. In that context, a reminder and observations may be needed. A number of misunderstandings -- as well as false information -- muddle the Sahel Sahara crisis. That contributes to worsening the crisis and to delaying its resolution. To help understand it, clarification is needed.

Mozambique: Worsening Conflict Rooted in Poverty, Repression, Intolerance

[allAfrica] Mozambique has had a troubled history. Portugal gained control of parts of the Indian Ocean coast in the 16th century and ruled, often brutally, until 1975. A 10-year armed struggle by the Mozambique Liberation Front (Frelimo) won independence, fo
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Mozambique: Worsening Conflict Rooted in Poverty, Repression, Intolerance

[allAfrica] Mozambique has had a troubled history. Portugal gained control of parts of the Indian Ocean coast in the 16th century and ruled, often brutally, until 1975. A 10-year armed struggle by the Mozambique Liberation Front (Frelimo) won independence, following the overthrow of Portugal's dictatorship in that country's 'carnation revolution'. Two years later, a 15-year civil war in Mozambique, backed by South Africa's apartheid regime, killed over a million people and displaced five

Mauritania: Multiple Conflicts Interlinked in Worsening Sahel Crisis

[Centre 4s] Nouakchott -On February 24 and 25, the G5 Sahel Summit and the Alliance for the Sahel will be held in Nouakchott, Mauritania. In that context, a reminder and observations may be needed. A number of misunderstandings -- as well as false informatio
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Mauritania: Multiple Conflicts Interlinked in Worsening Sahel Crisis

[Centre 4s] Nouakchott -On February 24 and 25, the G5 Sahel Summit and the Alliance for the Sahel will be held in Nouakchott, Mauritania. In that context, a reminder and observations may be needed. A number of misunderstandings -- as well as false information -- muddle the Sahel Sahara crisis. That contributes to worsening the crisis and to delaying its resolution. To help understand it, clarification is needed.

Lesotho: Lipolelo Thabane Murder Survivor Speaks Out

[Lesotho Times] Friendship, betrayal, murder, and uncertainty. These are the time-tested ingredients for a blockbuster Hollywood movie but in a classic case of real-life imitating fiction, the same recipe makes up the story of Thato Sibolla's tragic relations
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Lesotho: Lipolelo Thabane Murder Survivor Speaks Out

[Lesotho Times] Friendship, betrayal, murder, and uncertainty. These are the time-tested ingredients for a blockbuster Hollywood movie but in a classic case of real-life imitating fiction, the same recipe makes up the story of Thato Sibolla's tragic relationship with the family of Prime Minister Thomas Thabane.

Africa: We Can Make Our World Better – Mark Suzman of Gates Foundation

[allAfrica] Cape Town -AllAfrica's Juanita Williams talked with Mark Suzman, the CEO of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the world's largest philanthropy. He assumed the position this month. In this second part of the interview, he discussed how his ear
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Africa: We Can Make Our World Better – Mark Suzman of Gates Foundation

[allAfrica] Cape Town -AllAfrica's Juanita Williams talked with Mark Suzman, the CEO of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the world's largest philanthropy. He assumed the position this month. In this second part of the interview, he discussed how his early career as a journalist in his native South Africa influences his perspectives; about the possibilities of eliminating malaria and reducing HIV, TB and other diseases; addressing hunger and undernutrition amid the climate crisis; and the biggest challenges he faces. Part 2

Lesotho: Prime Minister Thabane to be Charged With Murder

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Lesotho's Prime Minister Thomas Thabane, is to be charged with the murder of his estranged wife Lipolelo Thabane, police have said.
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Lesotho: Prime Minister Thabane to be Charged With Murder

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Lesotho's Prime Minister Thomas Thabane, is to be charged with the murder of his estranged wife Lipolelo Thabane, police have said.

East Africa: Desert Locusts Invade South Sudan from Uganda

[VOA] Juba -After devastating crops in Uganda and Kenya, desert locusts have invaded South Sudan. The government says it's trying to raise more than $19 million to battle the infestation.
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East Africa: Desert Locusts Invade South Sudan from Uganda

[VOA] Juba -After devastating crops in Uganda and Kenya, desert locusts have invaded South Sudan. The government says it's trying to raise more than $19 million to battle the infestation.

Cameroon: UN Calls for Independent, Impartial Investigation Into Massacre

[VOA] Geneva -The U.N. human rights office is calling for an independent, impartial and thorough investigation into the massacre of 23 people in a village in Cameroon's Northwest Anglophone region on February 14.
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Cameroon: UN Calls for Independent, Impartial Investigation Into Massacre

[VOA] Geneva -The U.N. human rights office is calling for an independent, impartial and thorough investigation into the massacre of 23 people in a village in Cameroon's Northwest Anglophone region on February 14.

Malawi: Ruling Party Supporters March Against Vote Ruling

[Nyasa Times] Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) faithful have Wedesday hit the streets in Zomba in a new wave of protests against the February 3 landmark Constitutional Court election case ruling which annulled the May 21 presidential election.
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Malawi: Ruling Party Supporters March Against Vote Ruling

[Nyasa Times] Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) faithful have Wedesday hit the streets in Zomba in a new wave of protests against the February 3 landmark Constitutional Court election case ruling which annulled the May 21 presidential election.

Nigeria: Lagos Confirms First Case of Lassa Fever, Isolates Patient

[This Day] The Lagos State Government has confirmed a case of Lassa fever outbreak in the state, saying the patient has been isolated in the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idia-Araba.
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Nigeria: Lagos Confirms First Case of Lassa Fever, Isolates Patient

[This Day] The Lagos State Government has confirmed a case of Lassa fever outbreak in the state, saying the patient has been isolated in the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idia-Araba.

Kenya: Coronavirus Slows Cargo Flow at Mombasa Port

[East African] Cargo volumes at the port of Mombasa are expected to reduce in the next few weeks as the outbreak of the coronavirus continues to afflict China's manufacturing and overseas trade. China is the main source market of East African manufactured goo
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Kenya: Coronavirus Slows Cargo Flow at Mombasa Port

[East African] Cargo volumes at the port of Mombasa are expected to reduce in the next few weeks as the outbreak of the coronavirus continues to afflict China's manufacturing and overseas trade. China is the main source market of East African manufactured goods.

Niger: Millions of Children and Families Struggle As Humanitarian Needs Mount - Unicef

[UN News] Malnutrition, disease, floods, droughts and displacement in Niger have put nearly three million people, more than half of them children, in need of humanitarian assistance, UNICEF said on Wednesday, calling for increased attention to their plight.
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Niger: Millions of Children and Families Struggle As Humanitarian Needs Mount - Unicef

[UN News] Malnutrition, disease, floods, droughts and displacement in Niger have put nearly three million people, more than half of them children, in need of humanitarian assistance, UNICEF said on Wednesday, calling for increased attention to their plight.

Mozambique: Nation Mourns Former Prime Minister Mario Machungo

[AIM] Maputo -The Mozambican government announced on Tuesday that two days of national mourning will be held to mark the passing of former Prime Minister Mario Machungo, who died in Lisbon on Monday.
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Mozambique: Nation Mourns Former Prime Minister Mario Machungo

[AIM] Maputo -The Mozambican government announced on Tuesday that two days of national mourning will be held to mark the passing of former Prime Minister Mario Machungo, who died in Lisbon on Monday.

Kenya: Killer Cops Are Targeting Slum Youth, Lobby Says

[Nation] Social justice groups based in informal settlements have expressed fears that there's a killer police officer in nearly every slum in the country.
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Kenya: Killer Cops Are Targeting Slum Youth, Lobby Says

[Nation] Social justice groups based in informal settlements have expressed fears that there's a killer police officer in nearly every slum in the country.

Kenya: Kenyans Eating Toxic Fish From China

[Nation] The consignment of Chinese fish is transported by ship for over 8,000 kilometres, a journey that takes days. Once it lands at the port of Mombasa, it is trucked for another 1,000 kilometres before it lands in depots in Kisumu.
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Kenya: Kenyans Eating Toxic Fish From China

[Nation] The consignment of Chinese fish is transported by ship for over 8,000 kilometres, a journey that takes days. Once it lands at the port of Mombasa, it is trucked for another 1,000 kilometres before it lands in depots in Kisumu.

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