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Angola:Lourenço Creates Office to Deal With New Airport

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan Head of State, João Lourenço, has approved the creation of the Operational Office for the Opening and Certification of the New International Airport of Luanda (GONAIL), which is to function under the guidance and responsibility o
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Angola:Lourenço Creates Office to Deal With New Airport

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan Head of State, João Lourenço, has approved the creation of the Operational Office for the Opening and Certification of the New International Airport of Luanda (GONAIL), which is to function under the guidance and responsibility of the Transports minister.

Rwanda:Wheelchair Basketball Tipped to Grow at Fast Pace in Rwanda

[New Times] This Friday evening, the first match of newly founded wheelchair basketball team, Vision, took place at the National Paralympic Committee (NPC) gymnasium in Remera.
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Rwanda:Wheelchair Basketball Tipped to Grow at Fast Pace in Rwanda

[New Times] This Friday evening, the first match of newly founded wheelchair basketball team, Vision, took place at the National Paralympic Committee (NPC) gymnasium in Remera.

Cameroon:Govt Imposes Curfew in Troubled English Regions

[CAJ News] Yaounde -HUMAN rights groups have condemned the issuing of travel restrictions by government in the English-speaking volatile regions of Cameroon.
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Cameroon:Govt Imposes Curfew in Troubled English Regions

[CAJ News] Yaounde -HUMAN rights groups have condemned the issuing of travel restrictions by government in the English-speaking volatile regions of Cameroon.

Africa:Indebted Africa Returns to the International Monetary Fund

[ISS] Despite - or is it perhaps because of - increasing volumes of Chinese financing to Africa, that oft-reviled old banker, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), is making a comeback to the continent.
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Africa:Indebted Africa Returns to the International Monetary Fund

[ISS] Despite - or is it perhaps because of - increasing volumes of Chinese financing to Africa, that oft-reviled old banker, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), is making a comeback to the continent.

Rwanda:Kigali Convention Centre Wins Best Architectural Design Award

[New Times] Radisson Blu Hotel & Convention Centre, Kigali, has received a continental award in Best Architectural Design and Best Hotel Development category.
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Rwanda:Kigali Convention Centre Wins Best Architectural Design Award

[New Times] Radisson Blu Hotel & Convention Centre, Kigali, has received a continental award in Best Architectural Design and Best Hotel Development category.

Cameroon:Can Elections Be Held in Restive Anglophone Regions?

[Deutsche Welle] As Cameroon's presidential candidates gear up for the October 7 election, it is uncertain if voting will take place at all in the restive English-speaking region of the French-majority central African country
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Cameroon:Can Elections Be Held in Restive Anglophone Regions?

[Deutsche Welle] As Cameroon's presidential candidates gear up for the October 7 election, it is uncertain if voting will take place at all in the restive English-speaking region of the French-majority central African country

Angola:Brewery Companies to Pay Water Tariff

[ANGOP] Luanda -The ministries of Energy and Water and of Industry signed on Wednesday a protocol, which will enable the two institutions to share data on the full usage of the water resources, in compliance with presidential decree already in force, which en
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Angola:Brewery Companies to Pay Water Tariff

[ANGOP] Luanda -The ministries of Energy and Water and of Industry signed on Wednesday a protocol, which will enable the two institutions to share data on the full usage of the water resources, in compliance with presidential decree already in force, which enforces brewery companies to pay water tariff.

Angola:Foreign Ministry Pledges Tight Fight Against Mismanagement

[ANGOP] Luanda -The minister of Foreign Affairs, Manuel Augusto, on Wednesday in Luanda, pledged to the staff of this institution that a tight fight will be undertaken against those, who mismanage the State assets of the Ministry.
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Angola:Foreign Ministry Pledges Tight Fight Against Mismanagement

[ANGOP] Luanda -The minister of Foreign Affairs, Manuel Augusto, on Wednesday in Luanda, pledged to the staff of this institution that a tight fight will be undertaken against those, who mismanage the State assets of the Ministry.

Congo-Kinshasa:The Weaponization of Sex in Congo

[Wellbeing Women] In most African societies, sexually assaulted people are often accused of complicity in acts perpetrated against them.  Consequently, they keep silent to avoid social rejection, forced marriage with their abuser, incarceration, further abus
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Congo-Kinshasa:The Weaponization of Sex in Congo

[Wellbeing Women] In most African societies, sexually assaulted people are often accused of complicity in acts perpetrated against them.  Consequently, they keep silent to avoid social rejection, forced marriage with their abuser, incarceration, further abuse, or even murder. The general attitude of the community is likely to affect the victim's approach to seek care as well as their relationship with health services.

Congo-Kinshasa:On the Campaign Trail in an African War Zone

[Deutsche Welle] The Democratic Republic of Congo will hold elections in December. Campaigning in the country's war-torn eastern region is particularly perilous, but that hasn't stopped one candidate from hitting the trail - on foot.
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Congo-Kinshasa:On the Campaign Trail in an African War Zone

[Deutsche Welle] The Democratic Republic of Congo will hold elections in December. Campaigning in the country's war-torn eastern region is particularly perilous, but that hasn't stopped one candidate from hitting the trail - on foot.

Cameroon:Militants Behead Cameroon Security Official

[CAJ News] Yaoundé -AN estimated 400 civilians and 160 state security personnel have been killed in the protests in English-speaking regions of Cameroon over the past two years.
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Cameroon:Militants Behead Cameroon Security Official

[CAJ News] Yaoundé -AN estimated 400 civilians and 160 state security personnel have been killed in the protests in English-speaking regions of Cameroon over the past two years.

Rwanda:Smart Classroom Project Gathers Momentum

[New Times] The Ministry of Education has challenged secondary schools to fast-track a new model of smart classroom in a fresh bid to raise the quality of education.
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Rwanda:Smart Classroom Project Gathers Momentum

[New Times] The Ministry of Education has challenged secondary schools to fast-track a new model of smart classroom in a fresh bid to raise the quality of education.

Africa:Minister commends ECA, pledges to speed up economic diversification in Chad

[Economic Commission for Africa] N'Djamena, 17 September 2018 (ECA www.uneca.org/sro-ca ) -- Chad's minister of economic planning and development, Issa Doubragne, has pledged his government's commitment to finalizing work on the country's Master Plan for I
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Africa:Minister commends ECA, pledges to speed up economic diversification in Chad

[Economic Commission for Africa] N'Djamena, 17 September 2018 (ECA www.uneca.org/sro-ca ) -- Chad's minister of economic planning and development, Issa Doubragne, has pledged his government's commitment to finalizing work on the country's Master Plan for Industrialization and Economic Diversification within the next six months.

Congo-Kinshasa/Zimbabwe:Evening Kick-Off for DR Congo Showdown

[The Herald] For the first time in many years, Zimbabwe will play a competitive international assignment at home under floodlights after ZIFA yesterday confirmed a hectic weekend for the Warriors next month.
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Congo-Kinshasa/Zimbabwe:Evening Kick-Off for DR Congo Showdown

[The Herald] For the first time in many years, Zimbabwe will play a competitive international assignment at home under floodlights after ZIFA yesterday confirmed a hectic weekend for the Warriors next month.

Rwanda:Opposition Leader Demands Release of Jailed Political Opponents

[Deutsche Welle] Rwanda's opposition leader, Victoire Ingabire, has urged authorities to release political prisoners and open up political space for competitive politics.
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Rwanda:Opposition Leader Demands Release of Jailed Political Opponents

[Deutsche Welle] Rwanda's opposition leader, Victoire Ingabire, has urged authorities to release political prisoners and open up political space for competitive politics.

Burundi:Over 200 Killed in Escalating Brutality in Burundi

[CAJ News] Bujumbura -BURUNDIAN security forces and youth aligned to the ruling party have allegedly killed more than 200 people in the past five months.
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Burundi:Over 200 Killed in Escalating Brutality in Burundi

[CAJ News] Bujumbura -BURUNDIAN security forces and youth aligned to the ruling party have allegedly killed more than 200 people in the past five months.

Congo-Kinshasa:Journalist Jailed for Criminal Defamation

[CPJ] Goma -Authorities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo should immediately release Tharcisse Zongia, editor-in-chief of the satirical weekly Grognon, who was jailed on September 6 in Kinshasa for criminal defamation, and take action to abolish the cou
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Congo-Kinshasa:Journalist Jailed for Criminal Defamation

[CPJ] Goma -Authorities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo should immediately release Tharcisse Zongia, editor-in-chief of the satirical weekly Grognon, who was jailed on September 6 in Kinshasa for criminal defamation, and take action to abolish the country's criminal defamation laws, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.

Rwanda:Akagera Park Teems With Birds and Wildlife

[East African] «The population of lions in the park is rising faster than we expected,» said Joseph Karama, Akagera Park's community liaison manager.
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Rwanda:Akagera Park Teems With Birds and Wildlife

[East African] «The population of lions in the park is rising faster than we expected,» said Joseph Karama, Akagera Park's community liaison manager.

Angola:Electricity Sector to Reach 7,000 Megawatts By 2022

[ANGOP] Saurimo -The country's electricity sector plans to reach 7,000 megawatts by 2022 to meet the country's needs in terms of regular energy supply, Prodel's chairperson José Neto said in Saurimo on Thursday.
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Angola:Electricity Sector to Reach 7,000 Megawatts By 2022

[ANGOP] Saurimo -The country's electricity sector plans to reach 7,000 megawatts by 2022 to meet the country's needs in terms of regular energy supply, Prodel's chairperson José Neto said in Saurimo on Thursday.

Angola:Five Consuls Dismissed for Mismanagement

[ANGOP] Luanda -At least five consuls have been sacked due to irregularities and poor management of financial resources and other behavior contrary to ethics and labor discipline, Angop learned in Luanda.
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Angola:Five Consuls Dismissed for Mismanagement

[ANGOP] Luanda -At least five consuls have been sacked due to irregularities and poor management of financial resources and other behavior contrary to ethics and labor discipline, Angop learned in Luanda.

Rwanda:Kagame Pardons Over 2,000 Prisoners Including Opposition Leader

[New Times] President Paul Kagame on Friday exercised his prerogative of mercy to grant early release to over 2,000 inmates convicted for various crimes.
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Rwanda:Kagame Pardons Over 2,000 Prisoners Including Opposition Leader

[New Times] President Paul Kagame on Friday exercised his prerogative of mercy to grant early release to over 2,000 inmates convicted for various crimes.

Uganda:A Police Chief On Trial and Deepening Suspicions With Rwanda

[African Arguments] For over a decade, Kale Kayihura was seen as President Musveni's fiercest protector. Now he's accused of being President Kagame's man.
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Uganda:A Police Chief On Trial and Deepening Suspicions With Rwanda

[African Arguments] For over a decade, Kale Kayihura was seen as President Musveni's fiercest protector. Now he's accused of being President Kagame's man.

Africa:Africans Live A Decade Longer Than in 1990, But...

[allAfrica] Cape Town -The level of human development in Sub-Saharan Africa, judged by how long people live for, how well they are educated and how much they earn, has improved by more than a third in the past three decades, according to a United Nations repo
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Africa:Africans Live A Decade Longer Than in 1990, But...

[allAfrica] Cape Town -The level of human development in Sub-Saharan Africa, judged by how long people live for, how well they are educated and how much they earn, has improved by more than a third in the past three decades, according to a United Nations report published today.

Rwanda:Government Resumes Registration of State Land

[New Times] By June next year, the Government will have successfully recovered all its land property that has been occupied by and registered in the names of private individuals and local leaders, according to Rwanda Land Management and Use Authority (RLMUA).
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Rwanda:Government Resumes Registration of State Land

[New Times] By June next year, the Government will have successfully recovered all its land property that has been occupied by and registered in the names of private individuals and local leaders, according to Rwanda Land Management and Use Authority (RLMUA).

Rwanda:Aviation Industry Captains Chart New Course

[New Times] Africa's aviation market is predicted to top the global charts over the next 20 years. The industry growth is projected to be around 6 per cent on an annual basis, and it is a sector that many players believe has untapped potential.
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Rwanda:Aviation Industry Captains Chart New Course

[New Times] Africa's aviation market is predicted to top the global charts over the next 20 years. The industry growth is projected to be around 6 per cent on an annual basis, and it is a sector that many players believe has untapped potential.

Rwanda:Military Court Judges Sworn In

[New Times] Prime Minister Edouard Ngirente on Thursday presided over the swearing in of the new Military Tribunal vice president and two judges of the Military High Court, whom he urged to discharge their duties with professionalism.
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Rwanda:Military Court Judges Sworn In

[New Times] Prime Minister Edouard Ngirente on Thursday presided over the swearing in of the new Military Tribunal vice president and two judges of the Military High Court, whom he urged to discharge their duties with professionalism.

Cameroon:Violence Continues to Disrupt Life in Many Parts of Cameroon

[VOA] Buea -People are deserting the English-speaking regions of Cameroon after hundreds of armed separatists and the military were involved in Tuesday's bloody conflicts in five towns and villages leaving at least 15 people dead. The population complains tha
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Cameroon:Violence Continues to Disrupt Life in Many Parts of Cameroon

[VOA] Buea -People are deserting the English-speaking regions of Cameroon after hundreds of armed separatists and the military were involved in Tuesday's bloody conflicts in five towns and villages leaving at least 15 people dead. The population complains that the army was slow in responding to simultaneous attacks by the separatists.

Africa:West Africa Backs Japan to Block Protection of Whales

[Environmental Investigation Agency] Florianópolis, Brazil -: Environmental groups around the world expressed their deep concern as a proposal to create a whale sanctuary in the South Atlantic under the International Whaling Commission (IWC) was once again b
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Africa:West Africa Backs Japan to Block Protection of Whales

[Environmental Investigation Agency] Florianópolis, Brazil -: Environmental groups around the world expressed their deep concern as a proposal to create a whale sanctuary in the South Atlantic under the International Whaling Commission (IWC) was once again blocked by a minority of countries supporting Japan's pro-whaling agenda.

Angola:Attorney-General Emphasises Staff Training

[ANGOP] Moçamedes -The Angolan Republic Attorney-General, Hélder Pitta Grós, last Tuesday in Moçâmedes City, south-western Namibe Province, defended the need for specific training of cadres, having into account the existence of a diversity of crimes.
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Angola:Attorney-General Emphasises Staff Training

[ANGOP] Moçamedes -The Angolan Republic Attorney-General, Hélder Pitta Grós, last Tuesday in Moçâmedes City, south-western Namibe Province, defended the need for specific training of cadres, having into account the existence of a diversity of crimes.

Rwanda:UN Court Takes Custody of Five Held for Contempt

[New Times] The five people recently arrested on Rwandan territory on the request of a United Nations Prosecutor have been transferred to Arusha, the seat of the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals.
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Rwanda:UN Court Takes Custody of Five Held for Contempt

[New Times] The five people recently arrested on Rwandan territory on the request of a United Nations Prosecutor have been transferred to Arusha, the seat of the Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals.

Africa:Morroco Tops Africa in Implementing SDGs

[New Times] The inaugural index on how African countries are implementing the Sustainable Development Goals was released on Monday in Kigali, indicating that Morocco is on top of countries that are making strides in implementing the global goals.
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Africa:Morroco Tops Africa in Implementing SDGs

[New Times] The inaugural index on how African countries are implementing the Sustainable Development Goals was released on Monday in Kigali, indicating that Morocco is on top of countries that are making strides in implementing the global goals.

Rwanda:Persistent Extra School Charges Irk Parents

[New Times] In 2016, Lycée de Kigali - a public secondary school - unveiled a Rwf150 million project to fence the school premises as part of a strategy to curb drug abuse among the students.
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Rwanda:Persistent Extra School Charges Irk Parents

[New Times] In 2016, Lycée de Kigali - a public secondary school - unveiled a Rwf150 million project to fence the school premises as part of a strategy to curb drug abuse among the students.

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