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24
NOV

Africa Midday

TOP STORIES ON AFRICA MIDDAY AT THIS HOUR ** Emmerson Mnangagwa has been sworn in as Zimbabwe's new President. ** The conflict in South Sudan continues to push away many nationals into being refugees. ** and.............the protracted inter-Burundian dialogue is due to kick off on Monday between the government of Burundi and its opposition............... ** in business news..............Ratings agencies, Moody's and S&P due to announce their decisions on South Africa.. ** and in sports.................TP Mazembe of DRC is in South Africa for the African Confederation Cup title
23
NOV

Africa Midday

TOP STORIES ON AFRICA MIDDAY AT THIS HOUR **Zimbabwe's incoming president Emmerson Mnangagwa is preparing to take power.. ** The situation in the Horn of Africa nation of Somalia remains tense after a rare United States air raid which killed more than one-hundred Al Shabab militants earlier this week............ ** and..............260 more migrants from North Africa have arrived in Cameroon. ** in business news..............the African Development Bank Group has approved two loans amounting to 171 million US dollars to finance Rwanda's Sustainable Water Supply and Sanitation programme. ** and in sports.................South African long jumper Luvo Manyonga is Monaco for the special ceremony.....
22
NOV

Africa Midday

TOP STORIES ON AFRICA MIDDAY AT THIS HOUR ** Events in Zimbabwe that led to the resignation of long serving President Robert Mugabe, caught most people by surprise................ ** The UN Mine Action Service says South Sudan has ninety million square metres of land full of landmines........... ** and..............the African Union is concerned about fresh reports of asalve trade in Libya involving Africans............... ** in business news..............former Zimbabwe's president Robert Mugabe's woes wipe out billions of dollars from the country's volatile stocks............... ** and in sports.................Springbok coach remains defiant on sticking to the same team... .....
21
NOV

Africa Midday

TOP STORIES ON AFRICA MIDDAY AT THIS HOUR ** South Africa's President Jacob Zuma has arrived in Angola for a SADC troika meeting on Zimbabwe................ ** The United States is to assist Nigeria with millions of dollars to help efforts to rebuild communities in the northeast where the war against the Boko Haram terror group has been raging, to rebuild their lives........... ** and..............The Rwandan government has announced its ambitious decision of allowing all foreigners wishing to visit the East African country to get their visas upon their arrival at any point of entry.............. ** in business news...............Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo have agreed to remove trade restrictions imposed on the export and imports of certain goods between the two countries.............. ** and in sports.................The Proteas women are heading to England for their 2018 summer........
16
NOV

Africa Midday

TOP STORIES THIS AFRICA MIDDAY ** AU Chairperson urges all parties involved in the Zimbabwe crisis to act in accordance with the nation's constitution............ ** Reports emerge of a proposed deal that will see former vice president Zimbabwean Emmerson Mnangagwa leading a transitional government... ....and daughter of former Angolan President is dismissed as the chairperson of the state oil company, Sonangol.... ** in business news.........Former Zimbabwean Finance Minister, Tendai Biti has appealed to South African investors to look at the recent developments in Zimbabwe in a positive light..... ** and in sports..........China will bid to host the 2030 Soccer World Cup, their coach Marcello Lippi said, underlining the country's ambitions to become a leading football power...................................
15
NOV

Africa Midday

TOP STORIES THIS AFRICA MIDDAY ** South Africa's President says he has noted with great concern the unfolding political situation in Zimbabwe. * Nigeria is playing host to hundreds of refugees from Cameroon. *Major Seitebatso Pearl Block of the South African Army will later today be honoured as the United Nations Military Gender Advocate of the Year ** in business news............ A Russian firm, Fund of National Food Resources expresses interest to invest in alternative sources of energy in Zambia's Luapula Province... ** and in sports.................excitement is mounting in South Africa ahead of the 2023 Rugby World Cup announcement.
13
NOV

Africa Midday

TOP STORIES THIS AFRICA MIDDAY ** Burundi says it will not cooperate with the International Criminal Court over its plan to investigate possible human rights violations in the country............... ** South Africa's ruling African Nationsl Congress says its on course to stage its leadership elective conference in December................ ** Zimbabwean nationals living in South Africa now have until next year January to apply for the new Zimbabwean Exemption Permit.................. ** in business news............Crypto currency, bitcoin offers Zimbabweans rare protection from the onset of hyper inflation and financial implosion.... ** and in sports.................South African Deputy President heads to London for World Cup 2023 host venue....................
10
NOV

Africa Midday

*South Africa's Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba refuses to delve into the much anticipated announcement by President Jacob Zuma on fees for Higher Education. *African cocoa farmers abandoning plantations and farms as prices of the commodity nose-dive in the world market. *And President of tech giant Microsoft speaks on the increase in cybercrime trends. * in business news............The launch of a new start-up campus in Johannesburg, South Africa has officially taken off. * and in sports:Senegal head coach plans to finish off their mission tonight before the Dakar clash.
09
NOV

Africa Midday

*The African Union might not recognise Uhuru Kenyatta as the legitimate leader of Kenya at its up coming meeting *Zimbabwe's liberation war veterans in South Africa say they no longer recognise President Robert Mugabe as Zanu PF leader *In sports news: The local community in South Africa's Marikana area in the North West Province is set to benefit from the first annual Platinum Belt Marathon *In business news: Mobile financial services in Zimbabwe have overtaken traditional methods of transacting, with 11 billion US Dollars worth of transactions
08
NOV

Africa Midday

*Uganda has been commended for becoming the second country on the continent to undertake the second round of Africa Peer Review Mechanism, *Soldiers in South Sudan have been reminded of their responsibility to protect children from violence, neglect, exploitation and abuse *and refugees in Malawi have held their annual event - the Tumaini Festival - at the Dzaleka camp, in the country's central region *in business news: The FBI investigates the European bank's Credit Suisse, VTB of Russia and BNP Paribas of France for their role in loans of over two billion US Dollars to three Mozambican security-related companies *and in sports: South African Football Association plans to take action against midfielder Thulani Serero

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