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Africa:Fall of African Leaders Not a Guarantee to 'People Power'
[Nation] South Africa, Zimbabwe and Ethiopia will be having new leaders this year in an unexpected turn of events where office holders have either resigned or forced from office.
South Africa:Ramaphosa Delivers Message of Hope
[Deutsche Welle] South Africa's new president has delivered a rousing state of the nation address promising to clamp down on corruption. Jacob Zuma was scheduled to deliver the speech, but resigned in disgrace two days ago.
Nigeria:18 Killed in Borno Suicide Bomb Attacks
[Premium Times] At least 18 persons were killed and 22 others injured as three suicide bombers staged attacked a Borno community Friday night, police said.
Somalia:Migrants in Libya Don't Want to Go Home
[VOA] Somali government efforts to evacuate a large number of Somali migrants from Libya hit a snag after the delegation sent there was unable to persuade migrants to abandon the dangerous sea journey to Europe and instead return to Somalia.
Ethiopia:Ethiopia Declares State of Emergency After PM Resignation
[VOA] Ethiopia's Council of Ministers has declared a three-month state of emergency for the country, effective immediately.
Zimbabwe:Divisions Threaten to Split Zimbabwe's MDC Party
[Deutsche Welle] As the country mourns the loss of the longtime opposition leader, his party colleagues are already caught in a power struggle which will likely diminish their chances in Zimbabwe's first post-Mugabe election.
Libya:A Crisis Deepens in Libya but Where Are the Cameras?
[IPS] United Nations -Perhaps no major political or humanitarian disaster is as overlooked as the ongoing crisis in Libya. For example, although the New York Times in September 2017 published a total of seven articles mentioning Libya, only one of them touched on the violence ripping it apart. Even the Times' gesture merely highlighted the latest permutation of the US government's foreign military decisions.
South Africa:Hunt for Ajay Gupta Heats Up As More Rewards Offered
[News24Wire] The hunt for Ajay Gupta, who has officially been declared a fugitive from justice, is heating up, with more rewards for his arrest being offered.
Kenya:Lake Victoria to Be Extinct in 50 Years If Urgent Action Not Taken - Governor
[Capital FM] Kenya -Kisumu Governor, Anyang Nyong'o, has urged East African countries to urgently address environmental concerns that threaten the existence of Lake Victoria.
Uganda:Boda Boda Riders Block Off Road As They Share Donated Money
[Observer] Boda Boda cyclists have this afternoon closed off Tufnell Drive in Kamwokya for almost 30 minutes as they shared money supposedly given to them by music promoter Sipapa (Charles Oryem).
Africa:Oxfam's Sexual Abuse Episode Must Inspire a Culture Shift
[IPS] Nairobi -Sexual abuse allegations against Oxfam staff, and failings in the charity's response to them, delivered a body blow to an organisation renowned for years of humanitarian and development work. At the very least the accusations will leave a stain on the reputation of a charity that works in some of the toughest environments in the world, and has made a positive difference in the lives of the most vulnerable.
Africa:Airbnb Looks for Tourism Growth Across Africa
[Digital Content Africa] Airbnb is an international shared economy start-up that has built its presence in Africa without a lot of hoopla. At the end of last year, it released a progress report on where it had got to so far and set itself some ambitious targets for working with townships and rural communities. Russell Southwood spoke to its Regional Marketing Consultant (Southern Africa) Velma Corcoran about where it's headed.
South Africa:Officials Could Face Homicide Charges After Mental Patients' Deaths
[Bhekisisa] Those who oversaw the removal of mental health patients could face the full wrath of the law as could those standing by as KZN's cancer care fails.
Ethiopia:Ethiopia Rules Out Transitional Govt
[Addis Standard] A senior government official told Addis Standard that there will be no need for a transitional government, an idea widely entertained by many to steam growing fears of rupture within the ruling EPRDF.
Nigeria:25 States Okay 35-Yrs Minimum Age for President
[Leadership] Abuja -As part of the ongoing amendments to the 1999 constitution, 25 out of the 36 state houses of assembly in the country have passed the 'Not-too-young-to-run' bill, LEADERSHIP Weekend can report.
Nigeria:Buhari Reinstates NHIs Boss Who Is Under Probe for Alleged Fraud
[Vanguard] This government really does not have any agenda to curb corruption as earlier promised. The decision to re-instate Prof. Yusuf shows how deep corruption has eaten into the fibre of our beloved society. It also concurs with the saying that "The pest that eats the vegetable is in the vegetable'.
Nigeria:I'll Not Keep Mum When Things Are Going Wrong in Nigeria - Obasanjo
[Vanguard] The Former President of Nigeria, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, has said that he will never keep his mouth shut whenever he sees things going wrong in the country. Obasanjo, however, said that when a leader in the country has vision, then that things will relatively be right because such a leader would take the right steps and make right policies especially by investing in the development of the people through education.
Zimbabwe:Tsvangirai Burial Set for Tuesday, Party Confirms
[New Zimbabwe] MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai, who died on Wednesday after a long battle with colon cancer, will be laid to rest in Buhera district of Manicaland next Tuesday.
Uganda:After Uganda, JamboJet to Get 4 Extra Planes to Fly More East Africa Routes
[East African] Kenyan budget airline Jambojet plans to acquire four aircraft over the next 18 months to support its regional and local expansion.
Zimbabwe:Vice Chancellor Arrested Over Grace Mugabe PhD
[The Herald] University of Zimbabwe (UZ)Vice Chancellor Professor Levi Nyagura was arrested yesterday on allegations of abuse of office involving the awarding of a Doctor of Philosophy degree to former First Lady Grace Mugabe. Prof Nyagura was arrested in Harare and is likely to appear in court today.
Malawi:Goodall Scoffs At 'Indictment' On Malawi Govt Borrowing - What Debt?
[Nyasa Times] Finister of Finance, Economic Planning and Development Goodall Gondwe has scoffed at the opposition and civil society organisations who criticise the Government for being so indebted.
Malawi:Malawi to Emerge Out of World Poorest Countries Group - Finance Minister
[Nyasa Times] Malawi government is "determined" to steer the country out of a group of poorest countries in the world within the medium term, Minister of Finance, Economic Planning and Development Goodall Gondwe has said .
Uganda:Journalist 'Kidnapped' Four Months Ago Charged With Treason
[Monitor] Reverend Isaac Bakka who went missing about four months ago is being held in Luzira Maximum Security Prison, Daily Monitor has established.
Malawi:Joyce Banda Intends to Return Home Next Month
[Nyasa Times] Former president Joyce Banda is scheduled to return home next month from United States of America where she had been operating from, and government is preparing her retirement home, Nyasa Times understands.
Nigeria:Nigeria Gets $486M Loan to Improve Electricity Transmission
[Daily Trust] The World Bank on Friday approved an International Development Association (IDA) Credit of 486 million dollars for the rehabilitation and upgrading of electricity transmission substations and lines.
Nigeria:Lawmaker Wants Youths to Bargain With 'Not Too Young to Run' Bill
[Vanguard] Rep. Tony Nwulu (PDP-Oshodi/Isolo Lagos) has urged youths to vote out politicians that are not in support of the 'Not Too Young to Run' bill come 2019.
South Africa:Ramaphosa Promises Corruption Crackdown in Maiden Speech
[News24Wire] Time could be up for certain people at state institutions, as President Cyril Ramaphosa has promised strong action against corruption in his maiden State of the Nation Address, which he delivered on Friday.
Liberia:Weah Proposes 'New Life Program for Inclusive Finance' Regime
[Govt of Liberia] President George Manneh Weah has proposed a new program dubbed the 'New Life Program for Inclusive Finance' (NLPIF). The program will be subject to legislation where applicable.
South Africa:'Fatigued' Peter Ndoro Takes a Break After Ramaphosa Death Blunder
[News24Wire] Veteran SABC broadcast journalist Peter Ndoro will be taking a break from his job after he mistakenly declared on national TV that President Cyril Ramaphosa had died instead of Zimbabwe's MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai.
Nigeria:Be Honourable, Remove Zuma's Statue Now - I Go Dye Begs Okorocha
[Vanguard] Hotshot comedian, fast gaining enviable reputation as a social commentator, Francis Agoda, popularly known as I Go Dye has begged and advised Imo State governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha to toe the line of honour by removing the Statue of the erstwhile embattled South African president, Jacob Zuma, who was forced to resign from office days ago by his party on allegations of corruption and mismanagement.
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