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Africa: Africa Doesn't Need Lessons in Democracy

[Deutsche Welle] If what's happening in Florida's mid-term elections had happened in Africa, the condemnation would have been swift. It's time to reverse this, says Chrispin Mwakideu.
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Africa: Africa Doesn't Need Lessons in Democracy

[Deutsche Welle] If what's happening in Florida's mid-term elections had happened in Africa, the condemnation would have been swift. It's time to reverse this, says Chrispin Mwakideu.

South Sudan: Contaminated Drinking Water - No Solution in Sight

[Deutsche Welle] Oil production in South Sudan has poisoned the drinking water of some 600,000 people. In April, Malaysian oil and gas giant Petronas promised to take remedial action. What has happened since?
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South Sudan: Contaminated Drinking Water - No Solution in Sight

[Deutsche Welle] Oil production in South Sudan has poisoned the drinking water of some 600,000 people. In April, Malaysian oil and gas giant Petronas promised to take remedial action. What has happened since?

South Africa: Foreigners Are a Burden on Our Health System - Minister

[allAfrica] Cape Town -South Africa's Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says foreign nationals are burdening the South African health system.
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South Africa: Foreigners Are a Burden on Our Health System - Minister

[allAfrica] Cape Town -South Africa's Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says foreign nationals are burdening the South African health system.

Nigeria: World Bank - Nigeria, Others to Face Challenges If Inflation Rises

[This Day] Further upward acceleration of global inflation from record low levels may impair efforts in emerging and developing economies such as Nigeria, to sustain the low inflation environment achieved over the past several decades, the World Bank has said
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Nigeria: World Bank - Nigeria, Others to Face Challenges If Inflation Rises

[This Day] Further upward acceleration of global inflation from record low levels may impair efforts in emerging and developing economies such as Nigeria, to sustain the low inflation environment achieved over the past several decades, the World Bank has said.

Cameroon: Journalist Mimi Mefo's Release - Pressure or President's Magnanimity?

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Equinoxe Radio-Television English news presenter Mimi Mefo Takembou has been released from the Douala New Bell prison after a 72 hours. Takembou was charged with the propagation of false information and fake news to tarnish state author
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Cameroon: Journalist Mimi Mefo's Release - Pressure or President's Magnanimity?

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Equinoxe Radio-Television English news presenter Mimi Mefo Takembou has been released from the Douala New Bell prison after a 72 hours. Takembou was charged with the propagation of false information and fake news to tarnish state authorities or the unity of the state, punishable by article 113 of the penal code, and the incitement to revolt, punishable by art 154 of the said code.

Gabon: Presidency Denies Ali Bongo is Dead

[allAfrica] Gabonese presidential spokesperson has finally revealed how President Ali Bongo is faring. The president was admitted to hospital in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on October 24.
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Gabon: Presidency Denies Ali Bongo is Dead

[allAfrica] Gabonese presidential spokesperson has finally revealed how President Ali Bongo is faring. The president was admitted to hospital in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on October 24.

Africa: Bank Finance Program Mobilizes Resources for Poorest Nations

[allAfrica] The number of people living in extreme poverty around the world continues to decline -- in 25 years, extreme poverty was reduced from 36 percent to 10 percent, which translates to 1.1 billion fewer people living under $1.90 a day.
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Africa: Bank Finance Program Mobilizes Resources for Poorest Nations

[allAfrica] The number of people living in extreme poverty around the world continues to decline -- in 25 years, extreme poverty was reduced from 36 percent to 10 percent, which translates to 1.1 billion fewer people living under $1.90 a day.

Africa: World War I - the 'Black Army' That Marched in From Africa

[Deutsche Welle] Two million Africans were killed when the continent was drawn into the conflagration of World War I. The war and its aftermath wrought seismic changes in Africa that remain at the root of conflicts in many countries.
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Africa: World War I - the 'Black Army' That Marched in From Africa

[Deutsche Welle] Two million Africans were killed when the continent was drawn into the conflagration of World War I. The war and its aftermath wrought seismic changes in Africa that remain at the root of conflicts in many countries.

Africa: Rwanda and South Africa's Rocky Road to Reconciliation

[ISS] After an almost five-year delay, the Randburg Magistrate's Court in Johannesburg last week finally launched an inquest into the murder of Rwandan President Paul Kagame's former spymaster Colonel Patrick Karegeya. Once very close to Kagame, he fell out w
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Africa: Rwanda and South Africa's Rocky Road to Reconciliation

[ISS] After an almost five-year delay, the Randburg Magistrate's Court in Johannesburg last week finally launched an inquest into the murder of Rwandan President Paul Kagame's former spymaster Colonel Patrick Karegeya. Once very close to Kagame, he fell out with the president in 2007 and fled to South Africa. He was found dead, apparently strangled with a curtain cord, in a plush hotel in Johannesburg's upmarket Sandton suburb on New Year's Day 2014.

South Africa: After State Capture - Populism, Corruption & Decline or Growth, Jobs & Prosperity?

[allAfrica] Former Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas is renowned in South Africa as the man who refused a $40 million bribe and the finance minister's job, offered to him by former President Jacob Zuma's friends, the Guptas, if he did their bidding at t
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South Africa: After State Capture - Populism, Corruption & Decline or Growth, Jobs & Prosperity?

[allAfrica] Former Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas is renowned in South Africa as the man who refused a $40 million bribe and the finance minister's job, offered to him by former President Jacob Zuma's friends, the Guptas, if he did their bidding at the Treasury. Both he and former Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan were fired by Zuma some months later.

Seychelles: Shelter for Women Victims of Violence Opens

[Seychelles News Agency] The only shelter for women of gender-based violence has opened in Seychelles, a hidden refuge against dangerous situations.
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Seychelles: Shelter for Women Victims of Violence Opens

[Seychelles News Agency] The only shelter for women of gender-based violence has opened in Seychelles, a hidden refuge against dangerous situations.

Nigeria: Shake Up In Army as General Accused of Leading Boko Haram War

[Premium Times] The Nigerian Army has redeployed 103 of its senior officers, including the Theatre Commander, Operation Lafiya Dole and some General Officers Commanding to inject new hands into its ongoing operations.
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Nigeria: Shake Up In Army as General Accused of Leading Boko Haram War

[Premium Times] The Nigerian Army has redeployed 103 of its senior officers, including the Theatre Commander, Operation Lafiya Dole and some General Officers Commanding to inject new hands into its ongoing operations.

Africa: Tiwa Savage Wins for Africa at MTV Awards 2018

[Guardian] Just when the dust she raised with her Fever video featuring Wizkid was beginning to settle, Tiwa Sagave returned to spotlight once again, winning the 2018 MTV Europe Music Awards (MTV EMAs) in the Best African Act category.
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Africa: Tiwa Savage Wins for Africa at MTV Awards 2018

[Guardian] Just when the dust she raised with her Fever video featuring Wizkid was beginning to settle, Tiwa Sagave returned to spotlight once again, winning the 2018 MTV Europe Music Awards (MTV EMAs) in the Best African Act category.

South Africa: Zuma Must Pay Legal Costs for Review of State Capture Report

[News24Wire] Former president Jacob Zuma has lost his application for leave to appeal a judgment that said he should pay the costs of reviewing Thuli Madonsela's remedial action for the institution of the state capture inquiry.
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South Africa: Zuma Must Pay Legal Costs for Review of State Capture Report

[News24Wire] Former president Jacob Zuma has lost his application for leave to appeal a judgment that said he should pay the costs of reviewing Thuli Madonsela's remedial action for the institution of the state capture inquiry.

Zimbabwe: Hey America, It's Time to End Zimbabwe's Economic Punishment

[African Arguments] Almost a year since Robert Mugabe was removed and months since elections, Zimbabwe's economic crisis continues to deepen. A severe lack of foreign currency has crippled local businesses. Inflation is skyrocketing. And dire shortages of fue
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Zimbabwe: Hey America, It's Time to End Zimbabwe's Economic Punishment

[African Arguments] Almost a year since Robert Mugabe was removed and months since elections, Zimbabwe's economic crisis continues to deepen. A severe lack of foreign currency has crippled local businesses. Inflation is skyrocketing. And dire shortages of fuel, medical supplies and other essentials threaten social unrest.

Africa: Africa's Giant Blue Economy Potential

[IPS] Nairobi -With good reason, Africa is excited over the prospects of sharing in the multi-trillion maritime industry, with the continent's Agenda 2063 envisioning the blue economy as a foremost contributor to transformation and growth.
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Africa: Africa's Giant Blue Economy Potential

[IPS] Nairobi -With good reason, Africa is excited over the prospects of sharing in the multi-trillion maritime industry, with the continent's Agenda 2063 envisioning the blue economy as a foremost contributor to transformation and growth.

Uganda: Tough Choices for Uganda Landslide Survivors

[IRIN] Samuel Okiror -Cracks on the dormant volcano of Mount Elgon in eastern Uganda continue to widen in the wake of last month's landslides, sparking fears a similar tragedy may be imminent. But the land slated for relocation might be equally at risk, leavi
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Uganda: Tough Choices for Uganda Landslide Survivors

[IRIN] Samuel Okiror -Cracks on the dormant volcano of Mount Elgon in eastern Uganda continue to widen in the wake of last month's landslides, sparking fears a similar tragedy may be imminent. But the land slated for relocation might be equally at risk, leaving survivors with distressing choices.

West Africa: ECOWAS Earmarks $46,000 for Proposed Single Currency

[This Day] Abuja -The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Commission will commit $46,000 to launch a competition to determine a suitable name and logo for the proposed single currency for the region.
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West Africa: ECOWAS Earmarks $46,000 for Proposed Single Currency

[This Day] Abuja -The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Commission will commit $46,000 to launch a competition to determine a suitable name and logo for the proposed single currency for the region.

Uganda: Frontline Workers Vaccinated in Bid to Halt Spread of Deadly Ebola

[UN News] The World Health Organization (WHO), and Ugandan Ministry of Health, have begun vaccinating frontline health workers in the country against Ebola, in a bid to stop an outbreak in the neighbouring Democratic of Congo (DRC) from crossing the border.
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Uganda: Frontline Workers Vaccinated in Bid to Halt Spread of Deadly Ebola

[UN News] The World Health Organization (WHO), and Ugandan Ministry of Health, have begun vaccinating frontline health workers in the country against Ebola, in a bid to stop an outbreak in the neighbouring Democratic of Congo (DRC) from crossing the border.

Kenya: Ex-Refugee's U.S. Congress Win Sparks Debate in Former Home

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Nairobi -Somali-American Ilhan Omar won a seat for the Democrats in Minnesota - one of the first two Muslim women ever to sit in the House of Representatives
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Kenya: Ex-Refugee's U.S. Congress Win Sparks Debate in Former Home

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Nairobi -Somali-American Ilhan Omar won a seat for the Democrats in Minnesota - one of the first two Muslim women ever to sit in the House of Representatives

Africa: Continent's Biodiversity Crisis - A Call to Action

[allAfrica] Former President of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo, has called on his fellow African leaders to take action to tackle the current biodiversity crisis facing the continent and do more to protect Africa's natural resources. This comes in light of the Li
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Africa: Continent's Biodiversity Crisis - A Call to Action

[allAfrica] Former President of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo, has called on his fellow African leaders to take action to tackle the current biodiversity crisis facing the continent and do more to protect Africa's natural resources. This comes in light of the Living Planet Index's release last week, which showed that species have declined by 60 percent on average. As a continent that relies so heavily on biodiversity for food, water, jobs and cultural heritage the President has urged African policy makers to take action

Uganda: Head of the House Never Goes into the Kitchen - Museveni

[allAfrica] Do people still believe a woman's place still is in the kitchen in the 21st century? Well, Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni seems to think so. The 74-year-old has come under fire for his sexist comments after he said that cooking is not a man's r
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Uganda: Head of the House Never Goes into the Kitchen - Museveni

[allAfrica] Do people still believe a woman's place still is in the kitchen in the 21st century? Well, Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni seems to think so. The 74-year-old has come under fire for his sexist comments after he said that cooking is not a man's role, reports AFP. Museveni said he has not stepped into the kitchen since he got married to his wife Janet Museveni whom he married in 1973.

Africa: Women and Children the Big Losers When Governance is Measured

[allAfrica] The Mo Ibrahim Foundation has released 2018's Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG). It is the foundation's 12th annual edition since it was launched in 2007. This index shows that governance in Africa, on average, is slowly improving. Howeve
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Africa: Women and Children the Big Losers When Governance is Measured

[allAfrica] The Mo Ibrahim Foundation has released 2018's Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG). It is the foundation's 12th annual edition since it was launched in 2007. This index shows that governance in Africa, on average, is slowly improving. However, key governance areas are not progressing fast enough to keep up with rising demands, and more specifically to answer the growing expectations of Africa's youth, who are now forming the majority of our continent. Education scores have fallen in half of the 54 Af

Uganda:Head of the House Never Goes into the Kitchen - Museveni

[allAfrica] Do people still believe a woman's place still is in the kitchen in the 21st century? Well, Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni seems to think so. The 74-year-old has come under fire for his sexist comments after he said that cooking is not a man's r
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Uganda:Head of the House Never Goes into the Kitchen - Museveni

[allAfrica] Do people still believe a woman's place still is in the kitchen in the 21st century? Well, Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni seems to think so. The 74-year-old has come under fire for his sexist comments after he said that cooking is not a man's role, reports AFP. Museveni said he has not stepped into the kitchen since he got married to his wife Janet Museveni whom he married in 1973.

Africa:Women and Children the Big Losers When Governance is Measured

[allAfrica] The Mo Ibrahim Foundation has released 2018's Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG). It is the foundation's 12th annual edition since it was launched in 2007. This index shows that governance in Africa, on average, is slowly improving. Howeve
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Africa:Women and Children the Big Losers When Governance is Measured

[allAfrica] The Mo Ibrahim Foundation has released 2018's Ibrahim Index of African Governance (IIAG). It is the foundation's 12th annual edition since it was launched in 2007. This index shows that governance in Africa, on average, is slowly improving. However, key governance areas are not progressing fast enough to keep up with rising demands, and more specifically to answer the growing expectations of Africa's youth, who are now forming the majority of our continent. Education scores have fallen in half of the 54 Af

Kenya:Kenyatta Pushes for More Trade With China During Shanghai Trip

[Nation] President Uhuru Kenyatta has invited Chinese firms to form joint ventures with local companies to create more manufacturing bases.
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Kenya:Kenyatta Pushes for More Trade With China During Shanghai Trip

[Nation] President Uhuru Kenyatta has invited Chinese firms to form joint ventures with local companies to create more manufacturing bases.

Nigeria:Fast, Free Google WiFi Could Transform Nation's Health

[allAfrica] Abuja -Nigeria is the fifth country -- and the first in Africa -- to get Google Station super-fast Internet at selected locations.
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Nigeria:Fast, Free Google WiFi Could Transform Nation's Health

[allAfrica] Abuja -Nigeria is the fifth country -- and the first in Africa -- to get Google Station super-fast Internet at selected locations.

Africa:Continent's Biodiversity Crisis - A Call to Action

[allAfrica] Former President of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo, has called on his fellow African leaders to take action to tackle the current biodiversity crisis facing the continent and do more to protect Africa's natural resources. This comes in light of the Li
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Africa:Continent's Biodiversity Crisis - A Call to Action

[allAfrica] Former President of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo, has called on his fellow African leaders to take action to tackle the current biodiversity crisis facing the continent and do more to protect Africa's natural resources. This comes in light of the Living Planet Index's release last week, which showed that species have declined by 60 percent on average. As a continent that relies so heavily on biodiversity for food, water, jobs and cultural heritage the President has urged African policy makers to take action

Nigeria:Labour Again Shun Meeting With Govt On Minimum Wage

[Vanguard] Abuja -Organised labour last night shunned meeting organised by the Federal Government to resolve the impasse on the new minimum wage.
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Nigeria:Labour Again Shun Meeting With Govt On Minimum Wage

[Vanguard] Abuja -Organised labour last night shunned meeting organised by the Federal Government to resolve the impasse on the new minimum wage.

Nigeria:He Who Fights, Runs Away, Lives to Fight Another Day - Biafra Leader

[Vanguard] The Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, has condemned the alleged killing of over 1,000 Shiites by in both Abuja and Kaduna State by security agents, saying that the action was unconscionable.
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Nigeria:He Who Fights, Runs Away, Lives to Fight Another Day - Biafra Leader

[Vanguard] The Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, has condemned the alleged killing of over 1,000 Shiites by in both Abuja and Kaduna State by security agents, saying that the action was unconscionable.

Africa:China Plans to Sell Off Its African Infrastructure Debt to Investors

[East African] Regional governments could soon get access to more Chinese debt if a plan by a leading Chinese banking conglomerate to buy African infrastructure debts from the government starting next year, repackage them into securities and then sell them t
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Africa:China Plans to Sell Off Its African Infrastructure Debt to Investors

[East African] Regional governments could soon get access to more Chinese debt if a plan by a leading Chinese banking conglomerate to buy African infrastructure debts from the government starting next year, repackage them into securities and then sell them to investors, comes to fruition.

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