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South Sudan: Watchdog Report Claims Profiteers Have Looted Billions

[VOA] A large array of international players, including corporate giants in the United States and China, have profited from South Sudan's long civil war, according to a report by a Washington-based watchdog group.
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South Sudan: Watchdog Report Claims Profiteers Have Looted Billions

[VOA] A large array of international players, including corporate giants in the United States and China, have profited from South Sudan's long civil war, according to a report by a Washington-based watchdog group.

Nigeria: Govt Seeks Fresh U.S.$2.5 Billion World Bank Loan

[Daily Trust] The Federal Government and World Bank are in talks for as much as $2.5 billion in a new tranche of concessionary lending to Nigeria, the bank's Vice President for Africa Hafez Ghanem has said.
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Nigeria: Govt Seeks Fresh U.S.$2.5 Billion World Bank Loan

[Daily Trust] The Federal Government and World Bank are in talks for as much as $2.5 billion in a new tranche of concessionary lending to Nigeria, the bank's Vice President for Africa Hafez Ghanem has said.

Rwanda: Over 70 Refugees Ready to Be Evacuated From Libya

[New Times] The Rwandan government has approved a list of 75 refugees and asylum-seekers and they will soon be airlifted to Rwanda from Libya, it has emerged.
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Rwanda: Over 70 Refugees Ready to Be Evacuated From Libya

[New Times] The Rwandan government has approved a list of 75 refugees and asylum-seekers and they will soon be airlifted to Rwanda from Libya, it has emerged.

Congo-Kinshasa: UN Honours Activist Who Helped Thousands of Refugees Return Home

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Dakar -Congolese activist Evariste Mfaume decided to take action when he found out that thousands of his compatriots who had fled war 20 years ago wanted to come home, but had no place to go.
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Congo-Kinshasa: UN Honours Activist Who Helped Thousands of Refugees Return Home

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Dakar -Congolese activist Evariste Mfaume decided to take action when he found out that thousands of his compatriots who had fled war 20 years ago wanted to come home, but had no place to go.

Zimbabwe: Missing Doctor's Family Speaks Out

[New Zimbabwe] MISSING medical doctor and union leader Peter Magombeyi's family is struggling to come to terms with his disappearance but is still hoping he will be returned home alive.
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Zimbabwe: Missing Doctor's Family Speaks Out

[New Zimbabwe] MISSING medical doctor and union leader Peter Magombeyi's family is struggling to come to terms with his disappearance but is still hoping he will be returned home alive.

Kenya: Activists Want Details on Oil Contract with Chinese Firm

[VOA] Kenya has exported its first shipment of oil, worth about $12 million, under a deal with the Chinese petrochemical company, ChemChina. Members of a civil society group are demanding transparency, calling on the Kenyan government to show how the Chinese
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Kenya: Activists Want Details on Oil Contract with Chinese Firm

[VOA] Kenya has exported its first shipment of oil, worth about $12 million, under a deal with the Chinese petrochemical company, ChemChina. Members of a civil society group are demanding transparency, calling on the Kenyan government to show how the Chinese firm won the bid to buy the oil and how much revenue the country is getting from the sale.

Nigeria: Xenophobic Attacks - Why the Official Outrage From Nigeria This Time?

[African Arguments] In response to repeated xenophobic attacks in South Africa, the Nigerian government has typically been muted. Why was this time different?
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Nigeria: Xenophobic Attacks - Why the Official Outrage From Nigeria This Time?

[African Arguments] In response to repeated xenophobic attacks in South Africa, the Nigerian government has typically been muted. Why was this time different?

Rwanda: Govt to Eliminate Viral Hepatitis C By 2024

[New Times] In December 2018, Rwanda announced the country's firm decision to eliminate viral Hepatitis C (HCV) by 2024.By doing so, Rwanda will become the first country in the Sub Saharan region to eliminate Hepatitis C, way ahead of WHO's recommendation to
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Rwanda: Govt to Eliminate Viral Hepatitis C By 2024

[New Times] In December 2018, Rwanda announced the country's firm decision to eliminate viral Hepatitis C (HCV) by 2024.By doing so, Rwanda will become the first country in the Sub Saharan region to eliminate Hepatitis C, way ahead of WHO's recommendation to eliminate Hepatitis C worldwide by 2030.

Africa: Rwanda's Lessons on Universal Health Coverage

[Nigeria Health Watch] Rwanda, the land of a thousand hills, is clean, orderly and blessed with great weather. It also has achieved universal health coverage. During a recent visit there as part of my Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity at George Washington Un
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Africa: Rwanda's Lessons on Universal Health Coverage

[Nigeria Health Watch] Rwanda, the land of a thousand hills, is clean, orderly and blessed with great weather. It also has achieved universal health coverage. During a recent visit there as part of my Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity at George Washington University, I learned more about what this looks like in their country. As a physician who advocates for health in my country of Nigeria, I was very interested to learn about the lessons they could offer.

Congo-Kinshasa: Congolese Army Says Hutu Militia Commander Shot Dead

[Deutsche Welle] The Democratic Republic of Congo's military says it has shot dead Rwandan Hutu rebel leader Sylvestre Mudacumura. The International Criminal Court had sought his arrest on war crime charges.
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Congo-Kinshasa: Congolese Army Says Hutu Militia Commander Shot Dead

[Deutsche Welle] The Democratic Republic of Congo's military says it has shot dead Rwandan Hutu rebel leader Sylvestre Mudacumura. The International Criminal Court had sought his arrest on war crime charges.

Zimbabwe: Mugabe Children Thank Government

[The Herald] Former President Robert Mugabe's children, Mrs Bona Mugabe-Chikore and Robert Jnr, yesterday saluted the Government and everyone who has stood with them in their time of mourning.
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Zimbabwe: Mugabe Children Thank Government

[The Herald] Former President Robert Mugabe's children, Mrs Bona Mugabe-Chikore and Robert Jnr, yesterday saluted the Government and everyone who has stood with them in their time of mourning.

South Africa: Govt to Allocate U.S.$74 Million to Fight Gender-Based Violence

[News24Wire] The government will reallocate R1.1bn in additional funding this financial year to dispel the «dark and heavy shadow» of gender-based violence that has been cast across the country, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Wednesday.
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South Africa: Govt to Allocate U.S.$74 Million to Fight Gender-Based Violence

[News24Wire] The government will reallocate R1.1bn in additional funding this financial year to dispel the «dark and heavy shadow» of gender-based violence that has been cast across the country, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Wednesday.

South Africa: Spanking Children is Unconstitutional, ConCourt Rules

[allAfrica] Cape Town -The Constitutional Court has upheld a South Gauteng High Court ruling in 2017 to eliminate the common-law defence of reasonable chastisement when spanking a child, TimesLive reports.
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South Africa: Spanking Children is Unconstitutional, ConCourt Rules

[allAfrica] Cape Town -The Constitutional Court has upheld a South Gauteng High Court ruling in 2017 to eliminate the common-law defence of reasonable chastisement when spanking a child, TimesLive reports.

Africa: Climate Change - A Race We Must Win

[allAfrica] The timing of the Climate Action Summit later this week, only three months before the annual meeting of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate (COP25), hints at the growing sense of urgency among world leaders to tackle climate chang
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Africa: Climate Change - A Race We Must Win

[allAfrica] The timing of the Climate Action Summit later this week, only three months before the annual meeting of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate (COP25), hints at the growing sense of urgency among world leaders to tackle climate change head-on.

Rwanda: Rwanda, Uganda Hold Peace Talks to Defuse Tensions

[VOA] Kigali -Rwanda and Uganda have agreed to resolve issues that have strained bilateral relations in recent months. Through an ad hoc commission, the two sides have been working on their differences in order to defuse tensions.
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Rwanda: Rwanda, Uganda Hold Peace Talks to Defuse Tensions

[VOA] Kigali -Rwanda and Uganda have agreed to resolve issues that have strained bilateral relations in recent months. Through an ad hoc commission, the two sides have been working on their differences in order to defuse tensions.

Rwanda: Sitting Volleyball - Rwanda Secure Ticket to Tokyo 2020

[New Times] RWANDA's women sitting volleyball team has sealed their slot at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, in Japan, after beating Egypt to win the African championships on Tuesday.
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Rwanda: Sitting Volleyball - Rwanda Secure Ticket to Tokyo 2020

[New Times] RWANDA's women sitting volleyball team has sealed their slot at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, in Japan, after beating Egypt to win the African championships on Tuesday.

Africa: African In Top Spot At UN Gathering of World Leaders

[allAfrica] A veteran African diplomat is taking center stage this week at the United Nations as the 74th session of the General Assembly (UNGA) gets underway.
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Africa: African In Top Spot At UN Gathering of World Leaders

[allAfrica] A veteran African diplomat is taking center stage this week at the United Nations as the 74th session of the General Assembly (UNGA) gets underway.

Africa: No, Kagame Did Not Call For South Africa to Be Expelled From AU

[allAfrica] Johannesburg -President Paul Kagame's advisor, Yolande Makolo, has come out to defend his name on Twitter and to clarify reports claiming Kagame has called for the dismissal of the South African government from the African Union.
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Africa: No, Kagame Did Not Call For South Africa to Be Expelled From AU

[allAfrica] Johannesburg -President Paul Kagame's advisor, Yolande Makolo, has come out to defend his name on Twitter and to clarify reports claiming Kagame has called for the dismissal of the South African government from the African Union.

Rwanda: Men Dominate Senatorial Provincial Seats

[New Times] Only four out of the 12 successful candidates who were elected to represent the four provinces and the City of Kigali in Rwanda's third senate are women, according to the results.
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Rwanda: Men Dominate Senatorial Provincial Seats

[New Times] Only four out of the 12 successful candidates who were elected to represent the four provinces and the City of Kigali in Rwanda's third senate are women, according to the results.

Uganda: Rwanda and Uganda Warm Up to Each Other

[East African] Rwanda and Uganda are committed to implementing the agreement signed in August in Luanda to ease tension between them, government officials from both countries said Monday.
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Uganda: Rwanda and Uganda Warm Up to Each Other

[East African] Rwanda and Uganda are committed to implementing the agreement signed in August in Luanda to ease tension between them, government officials from both countries said Monday.

Zimbabwe: Union Blames Doctor's Abduction On Paid Hooligans

[New Zimbabwe] the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) has blamed Saturday's abduction on Zimbabwe Hospitals Doctors Association (ZHDA) acting president Peter Magombeyi on paid hooligans.
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Zimbabwe: Union Blames Doctor's Abduction On Paid Hooligans

[New Zimbabwe] the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) has blamed Saturday's abduction on Zimbabwe Hospitals Doctors Association (ZHDA) acting president Peter Magombeyi on paid hooligans.

Zimbabwe: Be Patient, Says First Lady to Suffering Zimbabweans

[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa's wife, Auxillia has urged patience among locals, telling mourners at a funeral ceremony for a late top Zanu PF official that the recovery of the country's economic could not be achieved overnight.
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Zimbabwe: Be Patient, Says First Lady to Suffering Zimbabweans

[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa's wife, Auxillia has urged patience among locals, telling mourners at a funeral ceremony for a late top Zanu PF official that the recovery of the country's economic could not be achieved overnight.

Nigeria: South Africa Apologises to Nigeria for Xenophobic Attacks

[Premium Times] South African Government on Monday formally apologised to Nigerians and the Nigerian Government over recent xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals including Nigerians in that country.
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Nigeria: South Africa Apologises to Nigeria for Xenophobic Attacks

[Premium Times] South African Government on Monday formally apologised to Nigerians and the Nigerian Government over recent xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals including Nigerians in that country.

South Africa: President Cyril Ramaphosa Extends Army Deployment in Western Cape

[Govt of SA] President Cyril Ramaphosa has in terms of Section 201(2)(a) of the Constitution, read with Section 19 of the Defence Act, extended the employment of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) in crime-affected parts of the Western Cape unti
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South Africa: President Cyril Ramaphosa Extends Army Deployment in Western Cape

[Govt of SA] President Cyril Ramaphosa has in terms of Section 201(2)(a) of the Constitution, read with Section 19 of the Defence Act, extended the employment of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) in crime-affected parts of the Western Cape until 31 March 2020.

Zimbabwe: Pressure Group Blasts President Over Splurge On Mugabe Burial Shrine

[New Zimbabwe] IBHETSHU Likazulu, a Bulawayo based pressure group advocating for Gukurahundi victims' reparation, has slammed government for its decision to construct an expensive mausoleum for late former President Robert Mugabe at the National Heroes Acre'
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Zimbabwe: Pressure Group Blasts President Over Splurge On Mugabe Burial Shrine

[New Zimbabwe] IBHETSHU Likazulu, a Bulawayo based pressure group advocating for Gukurahundi victims' reparation, has slammed government for its decision to construct an expensive mausoleum for late former President Robert Mugabe at the National Heroes Acre's hilltop while scores of the atrocities' victims remained unburied.

Nigeria: Pressure on Govt to Sue South Africa Over Attacks

[Daily Trust] Former Minister of External Affairs, Professor Bolaji Akinyemi, has said that the South Africa State is culpable for the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians and other immigrants in South Africa.
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Nigeria: Pressure on Govt to Sue South Africa Over Attacks

[Daily Trust] Former Minister of External Affairs, Professor Bolaji Akinyemi, has said that the South Africa State is culpable for the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians and other immigrants in South Africa.

Rwanda: Rwanda, Uganda Peace Talks Underway in Kigali

[New Times] Rwanda and Ugandan officials have on Monday morning started a one-day meeting in Kigali to come up with a solution to end the ongoing impasse in relations between the two countries.
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Rwanda: Rwanda, Uganda Peace Talks Underway in Kigali

[New Times] Rwanda and Ugandan officials have on Monday morning started a one-day meeting in Kigali to come up with a solution to end the ongoing impasse in relations between the two countries.

Nigeria: Nigeria Partners Niger, Chad On Rehabilitation of Lake Chad Basin

[Premium Times] Nigeria, Niger and Chad are working on a joint trans-border agroecosystem project aimed at the restoration of livelihoods and rehabilitation of the Lake Chad Basin.
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Nigeria: Nigeria Partners Niger, Chad On Rehabilitation of Lake Chad Basin

[Premium Times] Nigeria, Niger and Chad are working on a joint trans-border agroecosystem project aimed at the restoration of livelihoods and rehabilitation of the Lake Chad Basin.

Uganda: Uganda Releases Rwandans Ahead of Meeting

[Monitor] Uganda has released 32 Rwandans ahead of crucial high-level talks with Rwanda officials next week, as both countries begin implementing a Memorandum of Understanding signed by their heads of state in Angola last month.
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Uganda: Uganda Releases Rwandans Ahead of Meeting

[Monitor] Uganda has released 32 Rwandans ahead of crucial high-level talks with Rwanda officials next week, as both countries begin implementing a Memorandum of Understanding signed by their heads of state in Angola last month.

Cameroon: Calls for Release of Separatists, Political Prisoners Intensify

[VOA] Yaounde -Consultations have begun in Cameroon ahead of a national dialogue ordered by president Paul Biya. Civil society groups and opposition political parties are calling for the unconditional release of Anglophone separatist leaders and other politic
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Cameroon: Calls for Release of Separatists, Political Prisoners Intensify

[VOA] Yaounde -Consultations have begun in Cameroon ahead of a national dialogue ordered by president Paul Biya. Civil society groups and opposition political parties are calling for the unconditional release of Anglophone separatist leaders and other political prisoners before discussions begin.

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