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Tunisia: Covid-19 – Tunisia Records 540 More Infections (Health Ministry)

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Tunis/Tunisia — 540 more COVID-19 infections were reported on September 16, in addition to 5 more deaths, a Health Ministry press release issued on...

Sudan Rebel Alliance and Ffc to Form ‘A Broad Social Bloc’

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Khartoum — The delegation of the Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF) rebel alliance currently in Khartoum and the Forces for Freedom and Change (FFC) agreed...

Lesotho: Maesaiah Vows to Contest Mapesela for Mokhotlong Seat

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Although general elections are still two years away, outspoken former First Lady 'Maesaiah Thabane and the equally garrulous Mokhotlong legislator, Tefo Mapesela, are already...

Mozambique: Government Warns That Beaches Could Be Shut Again

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Maputo — The Mozambican government has threatened to shut down the country's beaches again, if people continue to ignore preventive measures against the spread...

Namibia: GIPF Investment Manager in Hot Water

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Investment company Baobab Capital - tasked with managing N$140 million in pensioners' money - is on the verge of being shut down over alleged...

Zimbabwe: Equatorial Guinea Delegation Meets President

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Equatorial Guinea Foreign Affairs Minister Mr Simeon Oyono today paid a courtesy call on President Mnangagwa at State House to deliver a special message...

Zambia: Lwandamina Leaves Zesco United

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Eight times Zambian champions Zesco United have parted ways with their long-serving coach George Lwandamina. Lwandamina left the Ndola-based side by mutual consent, two years...

Botswana: Initiative Food Self-Sufficiency Seed

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Mahalapye — If taken seriously, the small stock sub-sector can propel Botswana towards its aspiration of attaining food self-sufficiency, President Dr Mokgweetsi Masisi has...

Angola: Businessman Carlos São Vicente in Preventive Detention

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Luanda — The former CEO of the insurance firm AAA, Carlos São Vicente, was held in preventive detention Tuesday in Luanda by the Angolan...

Ethiopia: Ethio-Djibouti Railway Vows to Reverse Losses

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The Ethio-Djibouti Gauge Railway is set to double the number of freight trains a day to four pairs by November in an effort to...