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Rwanda: President Kagame Hints at Firing More Ministers

[East African] Rwanda's President Paul Kagame has hinted at firing more ministers in the coming days, accusing them of lying, carelessness and indiscipline.
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Rwanda: President Kagame Hints at Firing More Ministers

[East African] Rwanda's President Paul Kagame has hinted at firing more ministers in the coming days, accusing them of lying, carelessness and indiscipline.

Equatorial Guinea: Former Chief Justice Pleads For International Help

[VOA] A former chief justice in the central African nation of Equatorial Guinea has gone into hiding and is appealing to the U.S. and the United Nations for help as security forces hunt for him on the orders of the country's longtime ruler, Teodoro Nguema Obi
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Equatorial Guinea: Former Chief Justice Pleads For International Help

[VOA] A former chief justice in the central African nation of Equatorial Guinea has gone into hiding and is appealing to the U.S. and the United Nations for help as security forces hunt for him on the orders of the country's longtime ruler, Teodoro Nguema Obiang.

South Africa: Cape Town Church Refugees - City Granted Order to Enforce By-Laws

[News24Wire] The Western Cape High Court has granted the City of Cape Town an order prohibiting refugees and asylum seekers living in and around the Central Methodist Mission church from interfering with City officials.
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South Africa: Cape Town Church Refugees - City Granted Order to Enforce By-Laws

[News24Wire] The Western Cape High Court has granted the City of Cape Town an order prohibiting refugees and asylum seekers living in and around the Central Methodist Mission church from interfering with City officials.

South Africa: Mandela Foundation Wants to Speak to De Klerk Foundation CEO About Apartheid Statement

[News24Wire] Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF) CEO Sello Hatang has asked to speak to the CEO of the FW de Klerk Foundation about the statement it issued in which it insisted that apartheid was not a crime against humanity.
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South Africa: Mandela Foundation Wants to Speak to De Klerk Foundation CEO About Apartheid Statement

[News24Wire] Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF) CEO Sello Hatang has asked to speak to the CEO of the FW de Klerk Foundation about the statement it issued in which it insisted that apartheid was not a crime against humanity.

Africa: New Gates Foundation CEO Mark Suzman Plots to Increase Poverty-Reduction Impact

[allAfrica] Cape Town -AllAfrica's Juanita Williams quizzed South African native Mark Suzman , leader of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. the world's largest philanthropy, who assumed the position this month. She asked him what will stay the same and wh
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Africa: New Gates Foundation CEO Mark Suzman Plots to Increase Poverty-Reduction Impact

[allAfrica] Cape Town -AllAfrica's Juanita Williams quizzed South African native Mark Suzman , leader of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. the world's largest philanthropy, who assumed the position this month. She asked him what will stay the same and what will change under his leadership. Part 1.

South Sudan: South Sudan Inches Closer to Government of National Unity

[Nation] South Sudan's warring parties have reached a tentative agreement to revert to 10 states, paving the way for creation of a transitional government of national unity.
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South Sudan: South Sudan Inches Closer to Government of National Unity

[Nation] South Sudan's warring parties have reached a tentative agreement to revert to 10 states, paving the way for creation of a transitional government of national unity.

Rwanda: Ministers Recommend That Museveni, Kagame Reopen Border

[Monitor] The ad hoc commission formed in August last year in Angola to de-escalate tension between Uganda and Rwanda has recommended that Rwanda reopens its border.
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Rwanda: Ministers Recommend That Museveni, Kagame Reopen Border

[Monitor] The ad hoc commission formed in August last year in Angola to de-escalate tension between Uganda and Rwanda has recommended that Rwanda reopens its border.

South Sudan: Govt Agrees to Reduce States to 10

[East African] South Sudan's warring parties have reached a tentative agreement to revert to ten states, paving the way for the creation of a transitional government of national unity.
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South Sudan: Govt Agrees to Reduce States to 10

[East African] South Sudan's warring parties have reached a tentative agreement to revert to ten states, paving the way for the creation of a transitional government of national unity.

East Africa: Kenya May Be in Breach of EAC, AfCFTA Rules in Proposed Trade Deal With U.S.

[East African] Kenya's proposed free trade deal with the US has put it in the crosshairs as critics say the planned bilateral agreement would be a breach of regional and continental trade protocols.
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East Africa: Kenya May Be in Breach of EAC, AfCFTA Rules in Proposed Trade Deal With U.S.

[East African] Kenya's proposed free trade deal with the US has put it in the crosshairs as critics say the planned bilateral agreement would be a breach of regional and continental trade protocols.

Kenya: Judiciary Kicks Off Plan to Recruit Maraga's Successor

[Nation] The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) has set in motion the process of recruiting the next Chief Justice, prioritising it for funding in the 2020/21 financial year.
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Kenya: Judiciary Kicks Off Plan to Recruit Maraga's Successor

[Nation] The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) has set in motion the process of recruiting the next Chief Justice, prioritising it for funding in the 2020/21 financial year.

Africa: Coming Down the Davos Mountain With a Gender Lens

[IPS] New York -In a recent report by World Economic Forum (WEF) shows women suffer a «triple whammy» in the workplace. Without drastic action, gender parity will take more than a lifetime to achieve. This is the challenge that Katja Iversen, Pres
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Africa: Coming Down the Davos Mountain With a Gender Lens

[IPS] New York -In a recent report by World Economic Forum (WEF) shows women suffer a «triple whammy» in the workplace. Without drastic action, gender parity will take more than a lifetime to achieve. This is the challenge that Katja Iversen, President and CEO of Women Deliver is staring down.

Africa: Not Just Emotional and Health Cost, Female Genital Mutilation Leads to $1.4 Billion Loss

[IPS] United Nations -When society doesn't act to prevent Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) it has a massive economic cost -- over $1 billion -- on communities globally. And while the practice is starting to become less common over time, experts say a large num
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Africa: Not Just Emotional and Health Cost, Female Genital Mutilation Leads to $1.4 Billion Loss

[IPS] United Nations -When society doesn't act to prevent Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) it has a massive economic cost -- over $1 billion -- on communities globally. And while the practice is starting to become less common over time, experts say a large number of women and girls still remain affected.

Senegal: Pompeo Discusses U.S. Role in Security Issues

[VOA] Dakar -Secretary of State Mike Pompeo wrapped up a visit to Senegal on Sunday, where he discussed the U.S. role in security issues in Africa.
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Senegal: Pompeo Discusses U.S. Role in Security Issues

[VOA] Dakar -Secretary of State Mike Pompeo wrapped up a visit to Senegal on Sunday, where he discussed the U.S. role in security issues in Africa.

Rwanda: Work With Right Values, Kagame Urges Government Officials

[New Times] President Kagame cautioned Government officials against treating their jobs and institutions they run as if they own them.
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Rwanda: Work With Right Values, Kagame Urges Government Officials

[New Times] President Kagame cautioned Government officials against treating their jobs and institutions they run as if they own them.

Somalia: Alarm as Al-Shabaab Infiltrates State Institutions

[Nation] Abshir Gaarane Ahmed was a lead singer in a government band in Benadir, the region that covers the capital Mogadishu in Somalia.
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Somalia: Alarm as Al-Shabaab Infiltrates State Institutions

[Nation] Abshir Gaarane Ahmed was a lead singer in a government band in Benadir, the region that covers the capital Mogadishu in Somalia.

Africa: Poor Africans Brave Conflict in Yemen for Work in Saudi Arabia

[VOA] The International Organization for Migration reports despite Yemen's brutal civil war, tens of thousands of desperately poor Africans continue to cross the Gulf of Aden each year into the conflict-ridden country in hopes of reaching Saudi Arabia and fin
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Africa: Poor Africans Brave Conflict in Yemen for Work in Saudi Arabia

[VOA] The International Organization for Migration reports despite Yemen's brutal civil war, tens of thousands of desperately poor Africans continue to cross the Gulf of Aden each year into the conflict-ridden country in hopes of reaching Saudi Arabia and finding work.

Cameroon: Fighting in Cameroon Kills Several Dozen

[VOA] At least 35 civilians have reportedly been killed and 40 homes torched in less than a week in Cameroon's English-speaking Northwest region, following bloody clashes between government troops and separatists fighting for the creation of an independent En
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Cameroon: Fighting in Cameroon Kills Several Dozen

[VOA] At least 35 civilians have reportedly been killed and 40 homes torched in less than a week in Cameroon's English-speaking Northwest region, following bloody clashes between government troops and separatists fighting for the creation of an independent English-speaking state called Ambazonia. Both the rebels and the government blame each other for the gruesome murder of civilians, including children trapped in their burning homes. Affected relatives and communities that have escaped to the French-speaking ca

Uganda: 'Queen of Katwe' Actress Dies Aged 15

[Nairobi News] Ugandan actress, Nikita Pearl Waligwa, actress who played the role of Lupita Nyong'o's daughter in the Hollywood movie Queen of Katwe has died.
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Uganda: 'Queen of Katwe' Actress Dies Aged 15

[Nairobi News] Ugandan actress, Nikita Pearl Waligwa, actress who played the role of Lupita Nyong'o's daughter in the Hollywood movie Queen of Katwe has died.

Africa: Munich Security Conference - African Leaders Absent From Sahel Talks

[DW] At the Munich Security Conference, Germany and other world powers raised concerns about the deteriorating security situation in the Sahel region. But African heads of state who had been invited were conspicuously absent.
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Africa: Munich Security Conference - African Leaders Absent From Sahel Talks

[DW] At the Munich Security Conference, Germany and other world powers raised concerns about the deteriorating security situation in the Sahel region. But African heads of state who had been invited were conspicuously absent.

South Africa: Chairing the African Union Is a Great Responsibility - Ramaphosa

[News24Wire] President Cyril Ramaphosa said chairing the African Union is a great responsibility, and one he intends to execute with diligence and commitment over the coming year.
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South Africa: Chairing the African Union Is a Great Responsibility - Ramaphosa

[News24Wire] President Cyril Ramaphosa said chairing the African Union is a great responsibility, and one he intends to execute with diligence and commitment over the coming year.

East Africa: Second Wave of Locust Invasion to Hit in Two Months

[East African] East African countries should brace themselves for a second round of invasion by the desert locusts in the next one to two months, Kenya's Ministry of Agriculture has warned.
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East Africa: Second Wave of Locust Invasion to Hit in Two Months

[East African] East African countries should brace themselves for a second round of invasion by the desert locusts in the next one to two months, Kenya's Ministry of Agriculture has warned.

Nigeria: Investigation - U.S.$4.6 Billion Abacha Loot Returned in 18 Years

[Daily Trust] Nigeria has over the past 18 years recovered $4.6 billion (1.4trn) allegedly looted from the nation's treasury and stashed abroad by the late Head of State, Gen. Sani Abacha. Data on the recoveries collated by Daily Trust indicates that the fund
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Nigeria: Investigation - U.S.$4.6 Billion Abacha Loot Returned in 18 Years

[Daily Trust] Nigeria has over the past 18 years recovered $4.6 billion (1.4trn) allegedly looted from the nation's treasury and stashed abroad by the late Head of State, Gen. Sani Abacha. Data on the recoveries collated by Daily Trust indicates that the funds were repatriated mainly from four countries between 2002 and 2020 under the administrations of Olusegun Obasanjo, Goodluck Jonathan and Muhammadu Buhari.

Senegal: Pompeo to Discuss Trade, Security on Senegal Visit

[VOA] U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is scheduled to visit three African countries, beginning in Senegal this weekend. The West African nation has remained secure during a time of major unrest in the region and Pompeo is expected to celebrate the country
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Senegal: Pompeo to Discuss Trade, Security on Senegal Visit

[VOA] U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is scheduled to visit three African countries, beginning in Senegal this weekend. The West African nation has remained secure during a time of major unrest in the region and Pompeo is expected to celebrate the country's legacy of stability and democracy.

Nigeria: In New Video, Boko Haram Leader Shekau Threatens Minister, Journalists

[Premium Times] The leader of Boko Haram, Abubakar Shekau, has released a video in which he threatened the minister of communication and digital economy, Isa Pantami.
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Nigeria: In New Video, Boko Haram Leader Shekau Threatens Minister, Journalists

[Premium Times] The leader of Boko Haram, Abubakar Shekau, has released a video in which he threatened the minister of communication and digital economy, Isa Pantami.

Egypt: Africa Confirms First Case of Coronavirus

[Deutsche Welle] Egypt has confirmed its first case of coronavirus, also the first known infection on the continent of Africa. The patient - who is not from Egypt - did not show any symptoms of being ill.
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Egypt: Africa Confirms First Case of Coronavirus

[Deutsche Welle] Egypt has confirmed its first case of coronavirus, also the first known infection on the continent of Africa. The patient - who is not from Egypt - did not show any symptoms of being ill.

Nigeria: Thousands Flee Tense Cameroonian to Nigeria

[CAJ News] Abuja -About 8 000 Cameroonians have fled to Nigeria over the past fortnight, bringing the total Cameroonian refugee population in the neighbouring country to nearly 60 000 people.
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Nigeria: Thousands Flee Tense Cameroonian to Nigeria

[CAJ News] Abuja -About 8 000 Cameroonians have fled to Nigeria over the past fortnight, bringing the total Cameroonian refugee population in the neighbouring country to nearly 60 000 people.

Rwanda: How Citizens Stopped Singer Kizito Mihigo From 'Illegally Crossing' Into Burundi

[New Times] Singer and songwriter Kizito Mihigo was, Friday, confirmed to be in Rwanda Investigation Bureau's (RIB) custody.
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Rwanda: How Citizens Stopped Singer Kizito Mihigo From 'Illegally Crossing' Into Burundi

[New Times] Singer and songwriter Kizito Mihigo was, Friday, confirmed to be in Rwanda Investigation Bureau's (RIB) custody.

Africa: How Climate Climate Change Contributes to Insecurity

[allAfrica] Cape Town -In this allAfrica explainer we delve into the relationship between climate change and conflict on the continent
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Africa: How Climate Climate Change Contributes to Insecurity

[allAfrica] Cape Town -In this allAfrica explainer we delve into the relationship between climate change and conflict on the continent

Africa: Climate Change Can Set the Stage for Violent Conflict - Expert

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Levels of poverty, economic opportunities, and unemployment are key factors increasing the likelihood of conflict, and there has been strong agreement that climate change, is a major driver of violent conflict. Climate has affected the
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Africa: Climate Change Can Set the Stage for Violent Conflict - Expert

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Levels of poverty, economic opportunities, and unemployment are key factors increasing the likelihood of conflict, and there has been strong agreement that climate change, is a major driver of violent conflict. Climate has affected the risk of violence within countries, and as global temperatures climb, the risk of armed conflict is expected to increase substantially. But some of the biggest uncertainties are about how and why.

Sudan: Govt to Compensate Families of U.S. Sailors Killed in 'Cole' Bombing in 2000

[VOA] Cairo -Sudan has agreed to compensate families of 17 U.S. sailors killed in the 2000 bombing of the USS Cole.
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Sudan: Govt to Compensate Families of U.S. Sailors Killed in 'Cole' Bombing in 2000

[VOA] Cairo -Sudan has agreed to compensate families of 17 U.S. sailors killed in the 2000 bombing of the USS Cole.

Cameroon: Claiming Massive Fraud, Opposition Challenges Ruling Party Victory

[VOA] Yaounde -Claiming massive fraud, Cameroonian opposition political parties are calling for the results of the February 9 local elections that gave the ruling  People's Democratic Movement of long-serving President Paul Biya a landslide victory to be dis
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Cameroon: Claiming Massive Fraud, Opposition Challenges Ruling Party Victory

[VOA] Yaounde -Claiming massive fraud, Cameroonian opposition political parties are calling for the results of the February 9 local elections that gave the ruling  People's Democratic Movement of long-serving President Paul Biya a landslide victory to be discarded. Meanwhile, results of the parliamentary polls are still expected.

Africa: Coronavirus - Govts Should Do More to Support Africans in China

[allAfrica] London -The death toll from the mysterious new coronavirus that originated from China has topped 900, and infections have skyrocketed to 40 000. Many comparisons are being drawn to the 2003 SARS epidemic, which was also caused by a coronavirus wit
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Africa: Coronavirus - Govts Should Do More to Support Africans in China

[allAfrica] London -The death toll from the mysterious new coronavirus that originated from China has topped 900, and infections have skyrocketed to 40 000. Many comparisons are being drawn to the 2003 SARS epidemic, which was also caused by a coronavirus with an epicentre of southern China.

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