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Rwanda: Qatari Emir in Rwanda for Three-Day State Visit

[New Times] The Emir of Qatar, His Highness Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, arrived in Rwanda on Sunday, leading a high-powered delegation of senior government officials and business executives from the Gulf state.
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Rwanda: Qatari Emir in Rwanda for Three-Day State Visit

[New Times] The Emir of Qatar, His Highness Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, arrived in Rwanda on Sunday, leading a high-powered delegation of senior government officials and business executives from the Gulf state.

Rwanda: No Change in Rwanda, Uganda Ties

[New Times] A regional newspaper, The East African, has reported in their latest issue, about what they call the «ease of tensions» at the Rwanda - Uganda borders.
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Rwanda: No Change in Rwanda, Uganda Ties

[New Times] A regional newspaper, The East African, has reported in their latest issue, about what they call the «ease of tensions» at the Rwanda - Uganda borders.

Sudan: Talks Stop Amid Demands for Radical Change

[allAfrica] Sudanese who have been protesting across the country have vowed to accelerate their demonstrations until a civilian government takes power.
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Sudan: Talks Stop Amid Demands for Radical Change

[allAfrica] Sudanese who have been protesting across the country have vowed to accelerate their demonstrations until a civilian government takes power.

Kenya: State Capture - How Drug Lords Control Political Power in the Country

[Nation] Instructively, the Akashas' case in the US has excited a public convinced it is definitive in Kenya's fight against hard drugs. And this exhilaration is because American authorities earlier promised to swoop down on Akashas' accomplices -- judges, po
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Kenya: State Capture - How Drug Lords Control Political Power in the Country

[Nation] Instructively, the Akashas' case in the US has excited a public convinced it is definitive in Kenya's fight against hard drugs. And this exhilaration is because American authorities earlier promised to swoop down on Akashas' accomplices -- judges, police officers, politicians, and many other public servants who aided or abetted the enterprise founded by Ibrahim Akasha, the poster boy of drug trafficking in Kenya.

Nigeria: Former Top Judge Banned From Public Office for Ten Years

[East African] Nigeria's former Chief Justice Walter Onnoghen has been barred from holding office for ten years after an ethics tribunal found him guilty of six counts of false declaration of assets.
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Nigeria: Former Top Judge Banned From Public Office for Ten Years

[East African] Nigeria's former Chief Justice Walter Onnoghen has been barred from holding office for ten years after an ethics tribunal found him guilty of six counts of false declaration of assets.

Congo-Kinshasa: Rebels Attack Ebola Hospital in North Kivu

[Deutsche Welle] Militiamen in the DRC's North Kivu province attacked another hospital in their most recent assault on organizations fighting Ebola. The city of Butembo in North Kivu province is at the center of the current epidemic.
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Congo-Kinshasa: Rebels Attack Ebola Hospital in North Kivu

[Deutsche Welle] Militiamen in the DRC's North Kivu province attacked another hospital in their most recent assault on organizations fighting Ebola. The city of Butembo in North Kivu province is at the center of the current epidemic.

Rwanda: Tension Eases At Rwanda, Uganda Border of Gatuna

[East African] Rwandans living in the Gatuna border town can now cross over to Uganda without much restrictions, for the first time in two months, as tensions between the two neighbours begin to ease.
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Rwanda: Tension Eases At Rwanda, Uganda Border of Gatuna

[East African] Rwandans living in the Gatuna border town can now cross over to Uganda without much restrictions, for the first time in two months, as tensions between the two neighbours begin to ease.

Rwanda: Entrepreneurs Borrow Leaf From Rwanda to Make Kinshasa Clean

[New Times] Representatives of more than 100 firms and cooperatives in DR Congo's capital, Kinshasa, on Friday held a meeting with local businessman, Jean Malic Kalima, seeking his assistance on how to best plan and implement a city cleaning project.
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Rwanda: Entrepreneurs Borrow Leaf From Rwanda to Make Kinshasa Clean

[New Times] Representatives of more than 100 firms and cooperatives in DR Congo's capital, Kinshasa, on Friday held a meeting with local businessman, Jean Malic Kalima, seeking his assistance on how to best plan and implement a city cleaning project.

South Sudan: International Rescue Committee Urges New Approach to Malnutrition

[VOA] More than 750,000 South Sudanese children under age 5 are expected to face acute malnutrition this year, according to the International Rescue Committee.
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South Sudan: International Rescue Committee Urges New Approach to Malnutrition

[VOA] More than 750,000 South Sudanese children under age 5 are expected to face acute malnutrition this year, according to the International Rescue Committee.

Mali: Killing of Peacekeeper 'May Constitute War Crimes' - UN

[UN News] An improvised roadside mine which exploded hitting a UN peacekeeping convoy in Mali, killing one 'blue helmet' from Egypt, and wounding four others, may constitute a war crime, the UN Chief said on Saturday, as senior UN officials condemned the blas
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Mali: Killing of Peacekeeper 'May Constitute War Crimes' - UN

[UN News] An improvised roadside mine which exploded hitting a UN peacekeeping convoy in Mali, killing one 'blue helmet' from Egypt, and wounding four others, may constitute a war crime, the UN Chief said on Saturday, as senior UN officials condemned the blast.

South Africa: 'We are a people for whom others have died' - Archbishop Thabo Makgoba

[UCT] Cape Town -It was a time of reflection for Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town Thabo Makgoba as he addressed Humanities graduands on the final day of the University of Cape Town's (UCT) autumn graduation season.
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South Africa: 'We are a people for whom others have died' - Archbishop Thabo Makgoba

[UCT] Cape Town -It was a time of reflection for Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town Thabo Makgoba as he addressed Humanities graduands on the final day of the University of Cape Town's (UCT) autumn graduation season.

Rwanda: Rebel Leader Dies in Germany Awaiting Retrial

[Deutsche Welle] Ignace Murwanashyaka allegedly led a Rwandan militia in eastern Congo from his home in Germany. His war crimes conviction in 2015 was groundbreaking for Germany, but the case was overturned.
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Rwanda: Rebel Leader Dies in Germany Awaiting Retrial

[Deutsche Welle] Ignace Murwanashyaka allegedly led a Rwandan militia in eastern Congo from his home in Germany. His war crimes conviction in 2015 was groundbreaking for Germany, but the case was overturned.

Africa: How the BUILD Act Can Invigorate U.S. Economic Ties

[allAfrica] Since the U.S. BUILD Act was signed into law last October, many people across Africa as well as members of the Africa Diaspora have been asking what this global initiative might do to help revitalize American engagement with the continent. The ans
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Africa: How the BUILD Act Can Invigorate U.S. Economic Ties

[allAfrica] Since the U.S. BUILD Act was signed into law last October, many people across Africa as well as members of the Africa Diaspora have been asking what this global initiative might do to help revitalize American engagement with the continent. The answer is: quite a lot!

Southern Africa: 1.6 Million Children Still Need Urgent Assistance After Cyclone Idai

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Just over a month after Cyclone Idai tore through Southern Africa bringing devastating floods, UNICEF says the needs in Mozambique remain massive, with 1 million children in need of assistance, followed by more than 443,000 in Malawi an
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Southern Africa: 1.6 Million Children Still Need Urgent Assistance After Cyclone Idai

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Just over a month after Cyclone Idai tore through Southern Africa bringing devastating floods, UNICEF says the needs in Mozambique remain massive, with 1 million children in need of assistance, followed by more than 443,000 in Malawi and 130,000 in Zimbabwe.

Cameroon: Govt Aims to Drink, Produce More Coffee

[VOA] Cameroon was once the 12th largest coffee producer in the world, but it is now in 31st place, after production sank from 156,000 tons in 1990 to barely 25,000 today. While exports still dominate, Cameroon is looking to domestic coffee consumption to hel
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Cameroon: Govt Aims to Drink, Produce More Coffee

[VOA] Cameroon was once the 12th largest coffee producer in the world, but it is now in 31st place, after production sank from 156,000 tons in 1990 to barely 25,000 today. While exports still dominate, Cameroon is looking to domestic coffee consumption to help boost production.

South Africa: Justice for Former Rwandan Spy Chief Murdered in South Africa?

[RFI] The suspects in the murder of ex-Rwandan spy Chief Patrick Karegeya could be brought to justice. A South African judge on Thursday ordered the case to be handed over to prosecutors who will consider whether to issue arrest warrants. The case threatens t
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South Africa: Justice for Former Rwandan Spy Chief Murdered in South Africa?

[RFI] The suspects in the murder of ex-Rwandan spy Chief Patrick Karegeya could be brought to justice. A South African judge on Thursday ordered the case to be handed over to prosecutors who will consider whether to issue arrest warrants. The case threatens to embarrass President Paul Kagame, accused of being «directly linked» to the alleged assassins.

Chad: Equatorial Guinea Opposition Leader Detained in Chad

[RFI] Chad's government continues to hold the head of an Equatorial Guinean opposition party after he was arrested south of N'Djamena, the Chadian capital, last Thursday, according to the Spanish foreign ministry.
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Chad: Equatorial Guinea Opposition Leader Detained in Chad

[RFI] Chad's government continues to hold the head of an Equatorial Guinean opposition party after he was arrested south of N'Djamena, the Chadian capital, last Thursday, according to the Spanish foreign ministry.

Africa: 2019 Most Influential People List Features Six Africans

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Time Magazine has published its annual list of the world's most influential people - and six Africans made it on to the list, according to Ugandan website Hire The Youth.
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Africa: 2019 Most Influential People List Features Six Africans

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Time Magazine has published its annual list of the world's most influential people - and six Africans made it on to the list, according to Ugandan website Hire The Youth.

Sudan: Two of Al-Bashir's Brothers Arrested

[allAfrica] Al Jazeera has reported that Sudan's military rulers arrested two brothers of deposed President Omar al-Bashir as hundreds of people marched in the capital, Khartoum, calling for a swift handover of power to civilian leadership. Abdullah and Abba
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Sudan: Two of Al-Bashir's Brothers Arrested

[allAfrica] Al Jazeera has reported that Sudan's military rulers arrested two brothers of deposed President Omar al-Bashir as hundreds of people marched in the capital, Khartoum, calling for a swift handover of power to civilian leadership. Abdullah and Abbas Hassan al-Bashir were taken into custody as part of a continuing campaign of arrests against «symbols and leaders of the previous regime».

Rwanda: Rwanda Claims Uganda Cement Failed to Meet Quality Standards

[Monitor] Kampala -Hima Cement Limited, a subsidiary of Bamburi Cement Ltd which is a member of the LafargeHolcim group has become the latest victim of the current diplomatic row between Uganda and Rwanda.
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Rwanda: Rwanda Claims Uganda Cement Failed to Meet Quality Standards

[Monitor] Kampala -Hima Cement Limited, a subsidiary of Bamburi Cement Ltd which is a member of the LafargeHolcim group has become the latest victim of the current diplomatic row between Uganda and Rwanda.

Nigeria: Cameroon, Nigeria Discuss Return of 4,000 Refugees

[Guardian] Cameroon officials on Wednesday said it has concluded arrangements with neighbouring Nigeria for the return of 4,000 Nigerian refugees to their country by April 29.
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Nigeria: Cameroon, Nigeria Discuss Return of 4,000 Refugees

[Guardian] Cameroon officials on Wednesday said it has concluded arrangements with neighbouring Nigeria for the return of 4,000 Nigerian refugees to their country by April 29.

Rwanda: Business Community Upbeat Over RwandAir's New Kinshasa Route

[New Times] RwandAir will operate three weekly direct flights from Kigali International Airport to N'Djili International Airport in Kinshasa.
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Rwanda: Business Community Upbeat Over RwandAir's New Kinshasa Route

[New Times] RwandAir will operate three weekly direct flights from Kigali International Airport to N'Djili International Airport in Kinshasa.

Nigeria: Presidential Panel Recovers U.S.$20 Million Hidden in Bank

[Leadership] The Special Presidential Investigation Panel for the Recovery of Public Property on Wednesday said it had recovered sum of 20 million dollars from one of the commercial banks in the country.
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Nigeria: Presidential Panel Recovers U.S.$20 Million Hidden in Bank

[Leadership] The Special Presidential Investigation Panel for the Recovery of Public Property on Wednesday said it had recovered sum of 20 million dollars from one of the commercial banks in the country.

Ghana: World's Fastest Growing Economy is Found in Africa

[Deutsche Welle] The world's fastest growing economy is located in Africa: Ghana's economic strength is expected to soar in 2019. Many other African countries lag far behind, says the IMF report. What's the secret behind Ghana's success?
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Ghana: World's Fastest Growing Economy is Found in Africa

[Deutsche Welle] The world's fastest growing economy is located in Africa: Ghana's economic strength is expected to soar in 2019. Many other African countries lag far behind, says the IMF report. What's the secret behind Ghana's success?

Africa: Who Will Be Held Responsible for Xenophobia in South Africa?

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Human Rights Watch and the African Diaspora Forum have called for the urgent investigation and prosecution of those responsible for a spate of attacks against migrants, most of them from Malawi, in Durban from March 25 to April 2. Dr Vu
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Africa: Who Will Be Held Responsible for Xenophobia in South Africa?

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Human Rights Watch and the African Diaspora Forum have called for the urgent investigation and prosecution of those responsible for a spate of attacks against migrants, most of them from Malawi, in Durban from March 25 to April 2. Dr Vusumuzi Sibanda, Chairperson of the African Diaspora Forum, spoke to allAfrica's Andre van Wyk to share his thoughts on the effects of xenophobia and what it means for South Africa.

Congo-Kinshasa: 'One Day Congo Will Explode' - What Now for the DRC's 'President-Elect'?

[African Arguments] Martin Fayulu is widely believed to have been the true victor of the DRC's 2018 elections, but is not president. We spoke to him about his next steps.
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Congo-Kinshasa: 'One Day Congo Will Explode' - What Now for the DRC's 'President-Elect'?

[African Arguments] Martin Fayulu is widely believed to have been the true victor of the DRC's 2018 elections, but is not president. We spoke to him about his next steps.

Congo-Kinshasa: 'One Day Congo Will Explode' - What Now for the DRC's «President-Elect»?

[African Arguments] Martin Fayulu is widely believed to have been the true victor of the DRC's 2018 elections. We spoke to him about his next steps.
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Congo-Kinshasa: 'One Day Congo Will Explode' - What Now for the DRC's «President-Elect»?

[African Arguments] Martin Fayulu is widely believed to have been the true victor of the DRC's 2018 elections. We spoke to him about his next steps.

Cameroon: Students, Teachers Avoid Cameroon Border Schools 5 Years after Chibok Kidnappings

[VOA] This week marks five years since Boko Haram militants kidnapped hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls from the village of Chibok. The kidnappings spread fear across the border in Cameroon, where hundreds of schools closed. Authorities have since ordered scho
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Cameroon: Students, Teachers Avoid Cameroon Border Schools 5 Years after Chibok Kidnappings

[VOA] This week marks five years since Boko Haram militants kidnapped hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls from the village of Chibok. The kidnappings spread fear across the border in Cameroon, where hundreds of schools closed. Authorities have since ordered schools to reopen, but many students and teachers refuse to return.

Rwanda: Albino Woman Gains Fame from Music Video

[VOA] A Rwandan albino woman has appeared in a music video, attracting widespread attention and helping alleviate the stigma of albinos in Africa. Claudine Mukarusine has described the video as a spark of light in a life filled with discrimination and fear.
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Rwanda: Albino Woman Gains Fame from Music Video

[VOA] A Rwandan albino woman has appeared in a music video, attracting widespread attention and helping alleviate the stigma of albinos in Africa. Claudine Mukarusine has described the video as a spark of light in a life filled with discrimination and fear.

Africa: Innovators Working to Meet Africa's Unmet Health Needs

[allAfrica.com] Praia -An exhibition by the 30 WHO Innovation Challenge finalists was officiated by President of Cabo Verde Jorge Carlos Fonseca with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The innovators exhibited their innovations on the three-day WHO Africa Health Foru
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Africa: Innovators Working to Meet Africa's Unmet Health Needs

[allAfrica.com] Praia -An exhibition by the 30 WHO Innovation Challenge finalists was officiated by President of Cabo Verde Jorge Carlos Fonseca with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The innovators exhibited their innovations on the three-day WHO Africa Health Forum in Praia. The initiative attracted over 2 400 applications. Entries came in from 77 countries, 44 of them from African countries, with 34% of submissions from women innovators. The initiative aimed to source, select and profile innovations that apply a fresh new look in ad

Africa: A World of Health Innovation...

[allAfrica] Preparing for my first international conference was exciting, but it was also stressful. I wasn't sure what to expect. I just knew that Portuguese is spoken in Cape Verde so I kept wondering if the locals can speak some English at all. Should I ha
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Africa: A World of Health Innovation...

[allAfrica] Preparing for my first international conference was exciting, but it was also stressful. I wasn't sure what to expect. I just knew that Portuguese is spoken in Cape Verde so I kept wondering if the locals can speak some English at all. Should I have googled a few Portuguese words just in case? I was anxious about the food, the weather and a million other things. But I was so excited and proud to be going to cover such a huge and significant event. I was a little disappointed though that I had to travel to

South Africa: How An Irish Suburb Got Mixed Up in the South African Election

[allAfrica] Cape Town -An African National Congress election billboard in Port Elizabeth generated some social media amusement in South Africa on Tuesday.
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South Africa: How An Irish Suburb Got Mixed Up in the South African Election

[allAfrica] Cape Town -An African National Congress election billboard in Port Elizabeth generated some social media amusement in South Africa on Tuesday.

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