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  • Somalia: UAE Condemns Somalia Attack That Left Four Dead
    [Shabelle] The UAE has strongly condemned the bomb attack in Somalia that claimed several lives and left many injured.
  • Mozambique: Nyusi Announces New Govt
    [AIM] Maputo -Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi announced his new government on Friday evening, and reappointed Carlos Agostinho do Rosario as Prime Minister.
  • Sudan: Sudanese Pound Continues to Fall, Food Prices Rising Again
    [Radio Dabanga] Khartoum / El Fasher -The US Dollar rate reached SDG 95 at the Khartoum parallel market on Friday. Prices of food and other basic consumer goods continue to rise. People are lining up again to buy bread and fuel. The Ministry of Industry and Trade will establish a mechanism to monitor the internal markets.
  • West Africa: Border Closure Not Meant to Punish Nigeria's Neighbours - Buhari
    [Vanguard] President Muhammadu Buhari has said that the partial closure of Nigeria's borders was not meant to punish her neighbours, but to strengthen the country's security and economy.
  • Namibia: Judgement in Election Challenge Set for February
    [Namibian] The ruling in the legal battle over the use of electronic voting machines (EVMs) without verifiable paper trails and the results of the November 2019 presidential election, will be made public in the Supreme Court early next month.
  • Nigeria: Fire Razes 10 Shops in Cross River
    [Vanguard] At least 10 shops have been razed by fire in Ogoja local government area of Cross River State.
  • Tunisia: Govt Turns Down Invitation to Participate in Berlin Conference On Libya
    [Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis -Tunisia has turned down the invitation to participate in the Berlin Conference scheduled for Sunday, January 19, while expressing its thanks and consideration for the invitation sent Friday by German Chancellor Angela Merkel to President Kais Saied.
  • Nigeria: Govt Disburses U.S.$394 Million to Fund Primary Education in 4 Years
    [Vanguard] Between 2015 and 2018, the federal government disbursed the sum of N142.6 billion to states governments and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, for successful implementation of the Universal Basic Education Commission, UBEC.
  • Zimbabwe: Solar-Powered Water Pumps for Kariba Villagers
    [The Herald] Villagers in Nyaminyami area of Kariba district will be getting water for four irrigation schemes from solar-powered pumps.
  • Kenya: Ruto Woos Kalonzo in Search of New Allies
    [Nation] Deputy President William Ruto on Saturday stepped up his efforts to woo former Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka into his camp, as he seeks new alliances to stay in the game at a time when formations for the 2022 General Election are shaping up.
  • Zimbabwe: Property Destroyed, Chickens Swept Away As Floods Hit Hwange
    [New Zimbabwe] Hwange -Residents here were left counting their loses after their property was destroyed by a rain storm which also swept away their chickens and other domestic animals.
  • Namibia: Hanse-Himarwa Ropes in Barry Roux
    [New Era] Windhoek -Convicted former education minister Katrina Hanse-Himarwa has acquired the services of top South African defence advocate Barry Roux to lead her appeal process. Hanse-Himarwa has approached the Windhoek High Court to grant her leave to appeal in the Supreme Court her conviction on a corruption charge.
  • Nigeria: Billionaire Deji Adeleke Lavishes U.S.$65 Million On New Private Jet
    [This Day] It doesn't need pointing out that wealth affords its handlers a lot of perks, privileges, and bragging rights, and why not? They worked for it. But that has never deterred other folks from stretching necks over and across fenced houses, if only to see what's a-happening. Such is the case with the 'Baba' that Nigerian superstar and music big boy, Davido, always refers to, Dr. Deji Adeleke, and his new wheels on wings.
  • Tanzania: Third Miner Declares Dispute With Govt
    [Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Another Canada-based company Montero Mining and Exploration is in dispute with the government over a repossessed retention mining licence.
  • Kenya: Terror Suspects Arrested While Carrying Out Surveillance of Popular Pub
    [Capital FM] Nairobi -Five terror suspects have been arrested while carrying out surveillance of a popular club situation on Kiambu Road.
  • Somalia: Puntland President Appoints New Bosaso Airport Manager
    [Shabelle] The leader of the Puntland State of Somalia Saed Abdullahi Deni has appointed a new manager for Bosaso airport on Sunday.
  • Nigeria: Imo Police Warns Pro-Ihedioha Over Planned Protest
    [Vanguard] Imo State Police Command has warned those planning to publicly protest the sacking of Chief Emeka Ihedioha and installation of Senator Hope Uzodinma as Imo State Governor, by the Supreme Court, that it would not tolerate violence or hijacking of the process by hoodlums.
  • Nigeria: Fake Revenue Agents Infiltrate Warri, Council Boss Raises Alarm
    [Vanguard] The Warri South Local Government Area, Delta State, has raised the alarm over fake revenue agents issuing unauthorised 2020 demand notices to business and residents of Warri, warning that it was illegal.
  • Malawi: Child Rights Network Condemns Achalume Cartoon
    [Nyasa Times] A consortium of organizations fighting for children's rights in Malawi has condemned a cartoon in the Malawi News, which depicts an old man suggesting that he slept with a 16 year-old girl, saying 'it normalizes child rights violation'.
  • South Africa: Kidnapper Flees With Baby Boy From Taxi in Cape Town
    [News24Wire] Western Cape police are looking for a woman who gained a mother's trust before kidnapping one of her twin boys in Cape Town this week.
  • Nigeria: Two Killed, Others Injured in Another Gun Attack On Kaduna Village
    [Daily Trust] Kafanchan -Two people have been killed while another two were injured following an attack on Gora-Gan community in Zango Kataf Local Government Area on Friday evening.
  • Africa: Malawi Investment Forum Expected to Showcase At the UK-Africa Summit
    [Nyasa Times] About 14 companies under the Malawi Investment Forum are expected to showcase their trading activities to investors at the UK-Africa Investment Summit in London.
  • Uganda: Bobi Wine Changes Tactics
    [Monitor] Kyadondo East Member of Parliament (MP) Robert Kyagulanyi, alias Bobi Wine, has changed approaches, opting for more innovative ways for his presidential consultation meetings.
  • Africa: Joyce Banda Among Leaders to Launch Initiative to Fight Counterfeit Drugs
    [Nyasa Times] Former Malawi president Joyce Banda is among seven African heads of state in Lome, capital of Togo, participating in aasummit against fake drugs which is under the aegis of the Brazzaville Foundation an independent NGO based in London which Banda belongs.
  • Mozambique: More Than 50,000 At Risk of Flooding
    [AIM] Maputo -More than 50,000 people are at risk of flooding in the northern Mozambican province of Cabo Delgado, and the central province of Zambezia, where four rivers have now surpassed flood alert levels.
  • Kenya: 'The Handshake' Has Won International Acclaim - Odinga
    [Capital FM] Mary Thuo -Orange Democratic Movement Leader Raila Odinga says 'the handshake' is symbolic of Kenya's political unity and it has even attracted international attention.
  • Nigeria: Gunmen Kill Two in Kaduna Community
    [This Day] Kaduna -Two people were reportedly killed in an attack in Gora village, Zangon Kataf Local Government Area of Kaduna state Friday.
  • Tanzania: Bring in Minerals, China Tells Dealers
    [Daily News] China has invited mineral dealers from Tanzania to sell minerals and gemstones in the Far East country, with top traders expressing their gratitude to the Chinese government for opportunities it has unveiled for them.
  • Nigeria: 608 Former Boko Haram Insurgents Undergoing Rehabilitation - Military
    [Vanguard] The military authority says no fewer than 608 repentant Boko Haram insurgents are currently undergoing De-radicalisation, Rehabilitation and Reintegration (DRR) Programme by Operation Safe Corridor (OSC) at Malam-Sidi, Gombe State.
  • Angola: Over Five Million Children Get Polio Vaccine
    [ANGOP] Luanda -At least five million children were vaccinated in the country in 2019 to fight poliomyelitis during the campaigns promoted by the Ministry of Health, said last Friday in Luanda, the minister Sílvia Lutucuta.

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