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19
SEP

Liberia Economy

More than 300 chiefs representing Liberia’s rural and traditional bloc have called on the president to set up a war and economic crimes court as part of measures to fight impunity that has impeded the growth of Africa’s oldest independent republic. In their statement, released at the close of a week-long gathering in the capital, the chiefs expressed disappointment over the government’s handling of millions of U.S. dollars since George Weah assumed the presidency. This includes $104 million in newly-minted local banknotes and $25 million withdrawn from the Federal Reserve accounts for infusion into the economy to strengthen the local currency.
For more on this, particularly what should be done to stimulate Liberia’s Economy, Channel Africa’s Khumbelo Munzhelele spoke to James Otto, from Liberia’s Sustainable Development Institute.
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SEP

Sierra Leone Visas

Sierra Leone has become the latest African country to announce a new visa policy that gives visa on arrival for all African nationals and other selected citizens from across the world. Although many were expecting the government to waive or abolish visa charges as in other popular tourist destinations in the region, such as The Gambia and Senegal, this is seen as a good step, which could lead to more people traveling to the West African country. The Sierra Leone government is losing an estimated $100 million in revenue every year, as a result of low tourist numbers.
For more on this, Channel Africa spoke to Adeyemi Paul, Sierra Leonean Journalist.
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AUG

Interview with Guyana's High Commissioner to South Africa

The third-smallest sovereign state on mainland South America - after Uruguay and Suriname - is GUYANA. Situated on South America's North Atlantic coast, Guyana is bordered by Brazil to the south and southwest, Venezuela to the west, and Suriname to the east. It is ALSO the only English speaking country in South America. Five years ago, in 2014, Guyana established a High Commission in Pretoria, the first full diplomatic mission on the African continent since the closure of the country's diplomatic office in Zambia, in August 1991. But allthough Guyana's official presence in South Africa is fairly new, relations between the two countries actually span decades. CHANNEL AFRICA'S Jenine Coetzer recently ran into Guyana's High Commissioner to Pretoria - Dr Kenrick Hunte - and asked him about the history and current ties ......
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AUG

Moshito 2019 edition music conference launched

The 2019 edition of Moshito music conference and exhibition has been launched in South Africa. Now in its 16th year, the event has positioned itself as a Africa's premier platform for the music industry businesses, organizations, small enterprises, artists and musicians to engage the business of music. This year's edition will take place from the 4th to the 7th of September at Constitution Hill in Johannesburg, under the theme: "Inzalabantu - Unchained". For more on this, Nhlanhla Mahlangu spoke to Stanley Khoza - Moshito Director and Treasure-General..
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AUG

South Africa celebrated World Ranger Day at the Kruger National Park in Mpumalanga

As countries marked World Ranger day yesterday*, South Africa's Minister of Forestry, Fisheries and Environmental Affairs Barbara Creecy says wildlife crime and poaching remains a major concern. The country celebrated World Ranger Day in Skukuza at the Kruger National Park in Mpumalanga. Creecy says winning the battle against poaching requires a collaborative effort with other role players The park is one of the 19 national parks in the country and due to its size and the population of wild animals it has been the main target of poachers from within South Africa and neighbouring countries prompting rangers to up their game by using choppers, dogs and the latest combat technology to fight the crime. More from Minister Creecy.............
04
APR

NYDA to unveil Solomon Mahlangu Scholarship

South Africa's National Youth Development Agency and Solomon Kalushi Mahlangu Scholarship and National Heritage Council will on Friday unveil 500 youth, who have benefited from the scholarship.

NYDA Chairperson, Sifiso Mtsweni, made the announcement at the home of struggle icon Mahlangu in Mamelodi, east of Pretoria.
04
APR

SA expect brighter days ahead as Eskom confirms plans

South Africans can expect brighter days ahead as Eskom confirms plans to avoid load shedding in winter.

Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gorhdan says there is now a better understanding of Eskom's electricity supply issues and that there should be no load shedding from this point on.
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APR

Cancer treatment

The South African medical aid scheme, Profmed, says many people don't really know how much cancer treatment costs and what the impact on personal finances will be.

Even though the medical scheme will cover some of the expenses related to cancer, there are limits.

Ultimately, a patient's chosen medical aid plan will determine the coverage they can receive for cancer.

Cancer diagnoses in South Africa are becoming more prevalent. The most common cancers include breast cancer, prostate cancer, lung cancer, skin cancer and other soft tissue cancers.

More from Craig Comrie, PROFMED Chief Executive Officer...
28
MAR

The Juwa opposition party in the Comoros says it does not recognise last Sunday presidential elections

The Juwa opposition party in the Comoros says it does not recognise last Sunday presidential elections. People in Comoros took to the polls in the islands of the Indian Ocean archipelago's presidential elections, where incumbent Azali Assoumani is widely expected to win a new term in a vote that rivals say has been hijacked. The opposition alleged that irregularities at several polling stations amounted to a "coup d'état" and called for public "resistance". They claim some independent candidates did not receive the necessary documents to access polling stations and that some polling stations had opened earlier than the official time. They accuse the incumbent President Assoumani of hijacking the ballots in order to be declared the winner. More from Aboubakar Aboud, spokesperson for the Juwa party..
22
MAR

Somalia expresses concerns following withdrawal of Kenyan Forces from the Jubaland camp

Somalia has expressed its concerns following the abrupt withdrawal of Kenya Defence Forces from the only remaining camp in Jubaland saying the move will expose the country to Al-Shabaab threats. Kenyan troops have reportedly started withdrawing from Somalia after moving out of their command centre in Busar, north of Jubaland. The Kenyan government has not provided reasons for the troops withdrawal, but there are reports that the withdrawal is due to a funding problem for The African Union Mission in Somalia-AMISOM. Despite the militants being driven out of the Somali capital Mogadishu several years ago, they've managed to regroup in rural areas where they continue to launch attacks.

For more on this, Channel Africa's Khumbelo Munzhelele spoke to Kwezi Mngqibisa, Co-ordinator of Somalia project initiative at The African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of disputes-ACCORD.
13
MAR

Egna Sidumo

Os principais partidos da oposição na Argélia pediram nesta segunda-feira a aplicação do artigo 102 da Constituição para declarar o presidente do país, Abdulaziz Bouteflika, inelegível para o pleito marcado para ocorrer em Abril. Egna Sidumo, pesquisadora em relacções internacionais e políticas externas junto do ISRI, Intituto Superior de Relacções Internacionais de Moçambique, elabora...

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