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Mozambique:Govt Orders Suspension of Sasol Tender

Maputo — The Mozambican government has ordered the suspension of a tender launched by the South African petro-chemical giant Sasol, because it prioritised foreign companies, according to a report carried by the independent television station STV....

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Alibaba Business School et la CNUCED forment des entrepreneurs africains pour qu’ils deviennent des catalyseurs de la transformation numérique

Vingt-neuf entrepreneurs de onze pays d’Afrique se rendent en Chine pour participer aux cours intensifs de l’initiative eFounders HANGZHOU, Chine, 2 juillet 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Alibaba Business School et la Conférence des Nations Unies sur le commerce et le développement (CNUCED) ont réuni 29 jeunes entrepreneurs de 11 pays d’Afrique sur le campus d’Alibaba, à Hangzhou […]

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Africa:Leaders Launch New Campaign For Malaria-Free Africa

Zero Malaria Starts with Me campaign empowers Africans to take a stand in the fight against the deadly diseaseToday marks the launch of Zero Malaria Starts with Me, a continent-wide campaign co-led by the African Union Commission and the RBM Partnershi...

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Malawi:Minister Mussa 'Survives Attack by Panga-Wielding Thugs'

Minister of Trade and Industry Henry Mussa on was Sunday night attacked by 19 thugs led by Ben Chitenje as one way of preventing him from meeting Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) delegates to the elective conference. Mussa was vying for the party vic...

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Africa:Being Transgender No Longer Classified As Mental Disorder

By Martha MukaiwaAS the LGBT community and allies celebrate June as pride month, the World Health Organisation has announced that being transgender is no longer classified as a mental disorder. In the WHO's new international classification of diseases ...

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Zimbabwe:Citizens Hopeful But Cautious Ahead of Polls

analysisBy Steven Gruzd and Cayley CliffordPresident Emmerson Mnangagwa literally looms large above the bustling streets of Harare: his smiling face beams down from giant billboards all over the city. Zimbabweans are gearing up for critical elections ...

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