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Cameroon:Paul Biya's Re-Election Is An Insult to His People

[Deutsche Welle] Incumbent Paul Biya has won Cameroon's presidency for a seventh time, taking a reported 71 percent of the vote. DW's Fred Muvunyi says it's another seven years of pain that Cameroonians will have to endure.
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Cameroon:Paul Biya's Re-Election Is An Insult to His People

[Deutsche Welle] Incumbent Paul Biya has won Cameroon's presidency for a seventh time, taking a reported 71 percent of the vote. DW's Fred Muvunyi says it's another seven years of pain that Cameroonians will have to endure.

Cameroon:President Paul Biya Wins Seventh Term in Landslide Victory

[Deutsche Welle] Biya's victory was widely predicted following an election marred by allegations of fraud. But the government's crackdown on influential activists suggests Biya's decades-long hold on power may be slipping.
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Cameroon:President Paul Biya Wins Seventh Term in Landslide Victory

[Deutsche Welle] Biya's victory was widely predicted following an election marred by allegations of fraud. But the government's crackdown on influential activists suggests Biya's decades-long hold on power may be slipping.

Rwanda:Will Blockchain Fix the Mineral Traceability Woes?

[New Times] The persistent concerns by miners and other players along the mining industry value chain regarding the high costs of implementing mineral traceability could find a solution in blockchain technology.
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Rwanda:Will Blockchain Fix the Mineral Traceability Woes?

[New Times] The persistent concerns by miners and other players along the mining industry value chain regarding the high costs of implementing mineral traceability could find a solution in blockchain technology.

East Africa:Rwanda Pauses Oil Exploration in Kivu

[East African] Rwanda has taken a cautious approach in its search for oil in Lake Kivu as it seeks to reduce costly financial risks before allowing international companies to carry out the latter stages of exploration.
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East Africa:Rwanda Pauses Oil Exploration in Kivu

[East African] Rwanda has taken a cautious approach in its search for oil in Lake Kivu as it seeks to reduce costly financial risks before allowing international companies to carry out the latter stages of exploration.

Zimbabwe:Inmates Miss Out On Exams As Govt Fails to Pay Their Fees

[New Zimbabwe] Inmates serving time and simultaneously pursuing studies in most of the country's prisons often fail to take part in final public examinations because the government does not have money to pay for their examinations fees.
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Zimbabwe:Inmates Miss Out On Exams As Govt Fails to Pay Their Fees

[New Zimbabwe] Inmates serving time and simultaneously pursuing studies in most of the country's prisons often fail to take part in final public examinations because the government does not have money to pay for their examinations fees.

Mozambique:Death Threats Trail Local Elections

[CAJ News] Maputo -Human rights groups have bemoaned death threats reportedly made to journalists, priests and civil society leaders in the wake of local government elections in northern Mozambique.
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Mozambique:Death Threats Trail Local Elections

[CAJ News] Maputo -Human rights groups have bemoaned death threats reportedly made to journalists, priests and civil society leaders in the wake of local government elections in northern Mozambique.

Nigeria:Nigeria to Host 90% of Extremely Poor By 2030 - World Bank

[Guardian] The World Bank has predicted that by 2030, about nine out of 10 extremely poor people in the world will live in sub-Saharan Africa, which includes Nigeria and others.
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Nigeria:Nigeria to Host 90% of Extremely Poor By 2030 - World Bank

[Guardian] The World Bank has predicted that by 2030, about nine out of 10 extremely poor people in the world will live in sub-Saharan Africa, which includes Nigeria and others.

Nigeria:Boko Haram Attacks Two Communities in Borno

[Daily Trust] Suspected Boko Haram insurgents on Saturday night attacked Mairari and Femari communities in Konduga Local Government Area of Borno.
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Nigeria:Boko Haram Attacks Two Communities in Borno

[Daily Trust] Suspected Boko Haram insurgents on Saturday night attacked Mairari and Femari communities in Konduga Local Government Area of Borno.

South Africa:Omotoso's Port Elizabeth Church Shut Down Over Zoning Issue

[News24Wire] The Port Elizabeth branch of the Jesus Dominion International church has been temporarily shut down by the municipality due to zoning problems in the area where it is based.
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South Africa:Omotoso's Port Elizabeth Church Shut Down Over Zoning Issue

[News24Wire] The Port Elizabeth branch of the Jesus Dominion International church has been temporarily shut down by the municipality due to zoning problems in the area where it is based.

Nigeria:Commander Tasks Troops On Commitments to Defeat Boko Haram

[Vanguard] Brig.-Gen. Abdulmalik Biu, the Acting General Officer Commanding (GOC), 7 Division, has tasked troops to be dedicated in the discharge of their duties to end the Boko Haram insurgency.
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Nigeria:Commander Tasks Troops On Commitments to Defeat Boko Haram

[Vanguard] Brig.-Gen. Abdulmalik Biu, the Acting General Officer Commanding (GOC), 7 Division, has tasked troops to be dedicated in the discharge of their duties to end the Boko Haram insurgency.

Zimbabwe:VP's 'Mistress' Hits Back

[Zimbabwe Standard] Vice-President Kembo Mohadi's «girlfriend», who is being sued for $1 500 000 in adultery damages by the top Zanu PF official's wife, has given notice she will challenge the lawsuit setting the stage for an explosive court case.
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Zimbabwe:VP's 'Mistress' Hits Back

[Zimbabwe Standard] Vice-President Kembo Mohadi's «girlfriend», who is being sued for $1 500 000 in adultery damages by the top Zanu PF official's wife, has given notice she will challenge the lawsuit setting the stage for an explosive court case.

South Africa:It Wasn't Going to Change - De Lille Reflects On DA City Breakup

[News24Wire] Her battle with the DA was like an abusive relationship, Patricia de Lille says. And the best decision when caught in such a situation is to walk away, «because it's not going to change».
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South Africa:It Wasn't Going to Change - De Lille Reflects On DA City Breakup

[News24Wire] Her battle with the DA was like an abusive relationship, Patricia de Lille says. And the best decision when caught in such a situation is to walk away, «because it's not going to change».

South Africa:Questions Over Free State Development Corporation's R104 Million VBS Investment

[News24Wire] The Free State Development Corporation (FDC) violated financial regulations in placing a massive R100m investment with the now collapsed VBS Mutual Bank (VBS).
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South Africa:Questions Over Free State Development Corporation's R104 Million VBS Investment

[News24Wire] The Free State Development Corporation (FDC) violated financial regulations in placing a massive R100m investment with the now collapsed VBS Mutual Bank (VBS).

Tanzania:Social Media Abuzz With Dewji's Release

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -A sigh of relief has greeted the release of Africa's youngest billionaire Mohammed Dewji , who was abducted 11 days ago and later found dumped in the wee hours of the night at the Gymkhana Club grounds in the city.
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Tanzania:Social Media Abuzz With Dewji's Release

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -A sigh of relief has greeted the release of Africa's youngest billionaire Mohammed Dewji , who was abducted 11 days ago and later found dumped in the wee hours of the night at the Gymkhana Club grounds in the city.

Cameroon:Gunmen Abduct Six Children From Cameroon School

[Vanguard] Gunmen have abducted six children from a school in Bamenda, the capital of the northwestern, English-speaking Northwest region of Cameroon, a teacher there told AFP.
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Cameroon:Gunmen Abduct Six Children From Cameroon School

[Vanguard] Gunmen have abducted six children from a school in Bamenda, the capital of the northwestern, English-speaking Northwest region of Cameroon, a teacher there told AFP.

Rwanda:Rwanda Leverages Green Climate Fund's Opportunities to Fast-Track Sustainable Development

[IPS] Kigali -In a move to achieve its green growth aspirations by 2050, Rwanda has placed a major focus on promoting project proposals that shift away from «business as usual» and have a significant impact on curbing climate change while attracti
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Rwanda:Rwanda Leverages Green Climate Fund's Opportunities to Fast-Track Sustainable Development

[IPS] Kigali -In a move to achieve its green growth aspirations by 2050, Rwanda has placed a major focus on promoting project proposals that shift away from «business as usual» and have a significant impact on curbing climate change while attracting private investment.

Cameroon:Tracing the Flow of Nigeria's Stolen Oil to Cameroon

[Deutsche Welle] The theft of crude oil in Nigeria has cost the country ?9 billion in the last two years. DW's Fred Muvunyi traced the illicit flow of 'fungue' to a port across the border in Cameroon.
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Cameroon:Tracing the Flow of Nigeria's Stolen Oil to Cameroon

[Deutsche Welle] The theft of crude oil in Nigeria has cost the country ?9 billion in the last two years. DW's Fred Muvunyi traced the illicit flow of 'fungue' to a port across the border in Cameroon.

Tanzania:Abducted Billionaire Businessman Is Found Safe

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Tanzania's billionaire-businessman Mohammed Dewji, 'Mo' who has been missing since October 11, 2018 when he was abducted by gunmen has been found and is safely back at home.
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Tanzania:Abducted Billionaire Businessman Is Found Safe

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Tanzania's billionaire-businessman Mohammed Dewji, 'Mo' who has been missing since October 11, 2018 when he was abducted by gunmen has been found and is safely back at home.

Liberia:Weah Concerned About 'More Than Me' Rape Case

[New Liberia] In the wake of the sex scandal implicating a former employee of the 'More and Me' charity, President George M. Weah has expressed that his government is deeply concern over reports of an alleged rape scandal involving tons of teenage girls and o
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Liberia:Weah Concerned About 'More Than Me' Rape Case

[New Liberia] In the wake of the sex scandal implicating a former employee of the 'More and Me' charity, President George M. Weah has expressed that his government is deeply concern over reports of an alleged rape scandal involving tons of teenage girls and one official of an American Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) named and styled 'More Than Me'.

Tanzania:Police Reveal Vehicle Used By Mo Dewji Abductors

[Daily News] Inspector General of Police (IGP) Simon Sirro has revealed that Police have figured out a vehicle used in abduction of tycoon Mohamed Dewji was registered in neighboring country.
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Tanzania:Police Reveal Vehicle Used By Mo Dewji Abductors

[Daily News] Inspector General of Police (IGP) Simon Sirro has revealed that Police have figured out a vehicle used in abduction of tycoon Mohamed Dewji was registered in neighboring country.

Africa:Nobel Laureate Urges End to Impunity On Rape As Weapon of War

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Yaounde -Denis Mukwege founded the Panzi Hospital in 1999 to help women and girls who had been raped during the conflict in eastern Congo
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Africa:Nobel Laureate Urges End to Impunity On Rape As Weapon of War

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Yaounde -Denis Mukwege founded the Panzi Hospital in 1999 to help women and girls who had been raped during the conflict in eastern Congo

Congo-Kinshasa:80% of Schoolchildren Back at School in Ebola-Affected Areas

[Unicef] Kinshasa/Dakar/New York/Geneva -One month after the beginning of the school year, 80 per cent of school-aged children have returned to school in Beni and Mabalako health zones, the two epicentres of the current Ebola outbreak in the eastern Democrati
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Congo-Kinshasa:80% of Schoolchildren Back at School in Ebola-Affected Areas

[Unicef] Kinshasa/Dakar/New York/Geneva -One month after the beginning of the school year, 80 per cent of school-aged children have returned to school in Beni and Mabalako health zones, the two epicentres of the current Ebola outbreak in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). More than half of these children are girls.

Angola:Infrastructure Construction Costs U.S$99.5 Billion

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan Government invested nearly US $ 99.5 billion between 2002 and 2015 in the construction and reconstruction of economic and social infrastructure.
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Angola:Infrastructure Construction Costs U.S$99.5 Billion

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan Government invested nearly US $ 99.5 billion between 2002 and 2015 in the construction and reconstruction of economic and social infrastructure.

Congo-Kinshasa:Tense Business Climate Amid Political Uncertainty

[Deutsche Welle] In the DRC, delayed elections have contributed to an economic slowdown and a tense business climate. DW's Sella Oneko was in Kinshasa to examine the effects of the political uncertainty on the business community.
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Congo-Kinshasa:Tense Business Climate Amid Political Uncertainty

[Deutsche Welle] In the DRC, delayed elections have contributed to an economic slowdown and a tense business climate. DW's Sella Oneko was in Kinshasa to examine the effects of the political uncertainty on the business community.

Liberia:Women With 'Unnatural' Hair Can't Come to Work - Finance Minister

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Satta not her real name, is currently home because the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP), where she works, has asked she and other females to wear only black colored, natural hair.
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Liberia:Women With 'Unnatural' Hair Can't Come to Work - Finance Minister

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Satta not her real name, is currently home because the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP), where she works, has asked she and other females to wear only black colored, natural hair.

Ethiopia:'Inclusiveness and Co-existence' Are Critical in Ethiopia – PM Abiy Ahmed

[allAfrica] Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali shares his predecessor Hailemariam Desalegn's view that democracy is key to Africa because of the urgent need to meet seismic demographic changes.
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Ethiopia:'Inclusiveness and Co-existence' Are Critical in Ethiopia – PM Abiy Ahmed

[allAfrica] Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali shares his predecessor Hailemariam Desalegn's view that democracy is key to Africa because of the urgent need to meet seismic demographic changes.

Rwanda:Upgrade on Mount Kigali Substation to Reduce Power Losses

[New Times] Households which get electricity from Mount Kigali substation are set to start enjoying quality and stable electricity supply following an upgrade on the facility.
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Rwanda:Upgrade on Mount Kigali Substation to Reduce Power Losses

[New Times] Households which get electricity from Mount Kigali substation are set to start enjoying quality and stable electricity supply following an upgrade on the facility.

Angola:Rain Displaces 50 Families in Malanje

[ANGOP] Malanje -At least 50 households have been displaced after their homes were destroyed by rain coupled with strong winds that recently hit the northern province of Malanje.
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Angola:Rain Displaces 50 Families in Malanje

[ANGOP] Malanje -At least 50 households have been displaced after their homes were destroyed by rain coupled with strong winds that recently hit the northern province of Malanje.

Rwanda:Govt, AfDB Sign U.S.$269 Million Loan to Increase Power Supply

[New Times] The Government has borrowed $269 million (Rwf237 billion) from the African Development Bank (AfDB) to invest in sustainable, affordable and reliable electricity services.
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Rwanda:Govt, AfDB Sign U.S.$269 Million Loan to Increase Power Supply

[New Times] The Government has borrowed $269 million (Rwf237 billion) from the African Development Bank (AfDB) to invest in sustainable, affordable and reliable electricity services.

Cameroon:The Fight Against Breast Ironing

[Deutsche Welle] It's an old and painful practice. But even today, young girls in Cameroon have their breasts bound or beaten with stones. A women's rights group is fighting back against the tradition through education in schools.
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Cameroon:The Fight Against Breast Ironing

[Deutsche Welle] It's an old and painful practice. But even today, young girls in Cameroon have their breasts bound or beaten with stones. A women's rights group is fighting back against the tradition through education in schools.

Africa:Africa Needs to Invest Much More in Its People

[allAfrica] Progress in the fight against extreme poverty in Africa has been way too slow. Although the poverty rate has declined from 54 percent in 1990 to 41 percent in 2015, a rapid population growth of 2.6 percent per year has offset these gains, resultin
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Africa:Africa Needs to Invest Much More in Its People

[allAfrica] Progress in the fight against extreme poverty in Africa has been way too slow. Although the poverty rate has declined from 54 percent in 1990 to 41 percent in 2015, a rapid population growth of 2.6 percent per year has offset these gains, resulting in 130 million more poor people. Today more than half of the world's 725 million people living in extreme poverty are in Africa. The war against poverty will be won or lost in Africa. And it must be won.

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