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  • South Africa: Trapped Gold Miners Found Dead in South Africa
    [News24Wire] The final casualty in the Tau Lekoa mine disaster near Orkney, North West, has been located and was being retrieved, Village Main Reef Limited confirmed on Sunday.
  • Tanzania: Tanzanian Dollar Millionaire Ali Mufuruki Dies in South Africa
    [Citizen] Dar es Salaam -One of Tanzania's dollar millionaires and chairman for Infotech Investment Group, Ali Mufuruki, is no more.
  • East Africa: The East African Court of Justice Throws Out Case On Nkurunziza Third Term
    [East African] The East African Court of Justice has dismissed a case against the Burundi government which sought to block President Pierre Nkurunziza's 2015 move to vie for a third term.
  • Nigeria: U.S. Expresses 'Deep Concern' About Sowore's Arrest
    [Premium Times] The U.S. government has said it is 'deeply concerned' by the rearrest of Omoyele Sowore by the State Security Service (SSS).
  • East Africa: Germany Gives U.$,128 Million for East Africa's Health
    [East African] The East African Community Secretariat has signed an agreement that will see the German government fund health and education programmes in the region to the tune of $128 million.
  • South Sudan: South Sudan Talks Hit a Deadlock Over States and Boundaries
    [East African] The government of Juba has thrown a spanner in the works by proposing that the contested number of states--one of the impediments to the formation of transitional government--be increased to 40 or even 55, throwing away everything put on the table so far. The negotiations are now deadlocked.
  • Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Threatens to 'Deal' With Doctors
    [Zimbabwe Standard] President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday threatened to "deal" with striking doctors, claiming they were being paid by unknown organisations to continue with their job boycott.
  • Tanzania: Blow to Northern Corridor As Tanzania Signs Deal to Link SGR to Burundi, DRC
    [East African] Tanzania has signed an agreement to link its Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) to Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo, in a deal that gives Dar es Salaam's multi-billion-dollar project a major shot in the arm.
  • Sudan: Prime Minister Promises "Sudan will never be the same again"
    [Atlantic Council] Washington, DC -Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok became the first Sudanese leader to travel to Washington, DC in more than thirty years, seeking to win more international support for his transitional government as it tries to guide Sudan towards democracy.
  • Kenya: Kipchoge Awarded Honorary Doctorate Degree for Contribution to Sports
    [Nairobi News] Olympic marathon champion and world record holder Eliud Kipchoge was on Friday conferred with an honorary doctorate degree by Laikipia University during the institution's 7th graduation ceremony.
  • Uganda: Death Toll in Bundibugyo Floods Jumps to 22, Several Missing
    [Monitor] The search and rescue team in the western district of Bundibugyo have recovered 10 more bodies following heavy rains that have cause floods and landslides in the area. This brings the total number of bodies recovered so far to 22 as more people are still missing.
  • Uganda: Bugisu Landslides - More Bodies Recovered As Toll Increases to 13
    [Monitor] Eight more bodies have been recovered in Bududa and Sironko districts following landslides in Bugisu sub-region triggered by heavy rains, bringing the death toll so far to 13.
  • Nigeria: DSS Says Sowore's Rearrest Video Mischief, Propaganda
    [Daily Trust] The Department of State Services (DSS) says circulation of a video on attempt to rearrest Omoyele Sowore, the convener of the RevolutionNow protest in a courtroom, was a mischief.
  • Zimbabwe: Zim Doctors Blast Govt Hospital Privatisation Bid
    [New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWEAN doctors say they were against the implementation of the Public Private Partnerships on the country's public health sector, describing the model as privatising public health institutions to the disadvantage of the poor majority.
  • Uganda: Little-Known South African Firm Gets Uganda Dam Nod
    [East African] In a curious change of heart, Kampala will after all allow South African company, Bonang Power and Energy (Pty) Ltd, to construct a hydropower dam across Uhuru Falls in the Murchison Falls National Park.
  • Kenya: Governor Sonko's Friends Who Work As His Advisers, Partners
    [Nation] The arrest of Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has opened the lid on the involvement of some of his closest associates in shady dealings within the city over the years.
  • Zimbabwe: Parliament Doubts Minister of Finance's Growth Figures
    [Zimbabwe Standard] PARLIAMENT has described Finance minister Mthuli Ncube's projected economic growth for 3% next year as unrealistic given the acute electricity shortages and drought facing the country.
  • Zimbabwe: Activists Pile Pressure Over Gukurahundi
    [Zimbabwe Standard] A BULAWAYO-based pressure group Ibhetshu LikaZulu has called on the government to go a step further in addressing the Gukurahundi issue and account for victims that were abducted and never seen again.
  • Zimbabwe: Drying Victoria Falls Sparks Concern
    [Zimbabwe Standard] VICTORIA FALLS -- For decades Victoria Falls, where southern Africa's Zambezi river cascade down 100 metres into a gash in the earth, have drawn millions of holidaymakers to Zimbabwe and Zambia for their stunning views.
  • Kenya: Fake Goods Put Kenya Exports to South Sudan At Risk
    [East African] Counterfeit Kenyan goods being sold in South Sudan have caused diplomatic tension between Nairobi and Juba, putting genuine manufacturers at risk of having their products blacklisted in the country.
  • Tanzania: Tanzania Sets in Motion Its Exit From Rights Court
    [East African] Tanzania's decision to withdraw from the African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights (AfCHPR) effectively locks out its citizens and civil society groups from accessing justice, analysts have cautioned.
  • South Africa: Global and Historical Lessons On How Land Reforms Have Unfolded
    [The Conversation Africa] What can South Africa learn about land reforms from wider global and historical experiences in the 20th century? Most land reforms have involved transferring rights of ownership from wealthy landlords to poor, small-scale farmers working the land under various kinds of tenancy arrangements. These are often described as "land to the tiller" reforms.
  • Nigeria: Distorted Narratives About Islamic Schools Deflect Ugly Truths About Nigerian Society
    [The Conversation Africa] Recent reports about the mistreatment of children in Nigeria included news reports of "torture houses" at Islamic schools in a number of states. The catchy news headlines came close to invoking mass hysteria by linking events at the schools to kidnapping, child begging, Boko Haram and Nigeria's reported 10 million "out of school" children.
  • South Africa: Botswana National in Dock After Allegedly Trying to Sell Live Cheetah, Lion Bones
    [News24Wire] A Botswana national is expected in the dock of the Kuruman Magistrate's Court in the Northern Cape on Monday after he allegedly attempted to sell a live cheetah, as well as lion bones.
  • Angola: Luanda Hospitals Need 290 Units of Blood Daily
    [ANGOP] Luanda -Luanda province has a need for 290 blood units of 450 ml of blood daily, said Friday in Luanda, the director-general of the National Blood Institute, Deodete Machado, on Friday.
  • Nigeria: The Import of Air Peace On Nigeria's Aviation Sector
    [This Day] Sopuru Uwadiegwu
  • West Africa: Ecowas Presidents to Meet On Single Currency December 21
    [Premium Times] Presidents of Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) are to meet on December 21 in Abuja to consider recommendations on the proposed single currency regime for the sub-region
  • Tanzania: All Eyes On Ex-PM Sumaye After Ditching Chadema
    [East African] All options are now open for Frederick Sumaye, 69, Tanzania's former prime minister-turned opposition politician after ditching the main opposition Chama cha Demokrasia na Maendeleo (Chadema).
  • Nigeria: How to Stop Killing of State Agents
    [This Day] Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, last week read riot act to the people of the state, who were quick to attacking and killing agents of the State on grounds not tenable in the estimation of right thinking people. This, of course, followed the killing of an official of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA), Mr. Ola Oyeshina Ganiu by two suspects, Akere and Ogungbe.
  • Nigeria: Melaye Versus Adeyemi - Battle Shifts to Court
    [This Day] The Kogi West senatorial election might have been won and lost, but the next phase of the battle has shifted to the courtroom, where Senators Dino Melaye and Smart Adeyemi have to seek authentication or otherwise of their mandate, Ibrahim Oyewale reports

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