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[Nairobi News] Gor Mahia assistant captain Joash Onyango has reportedly told his close friends that he is too broke to attend the club's training sessions.

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[Leadership] The World Bank has approved Nigeria's request for a $3billion loan for the expansion of the transmission and distribution networks in the power sector.

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[Thomson Reuters Foundation] We face a climate emergency.

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[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Hours after the faculty of the University of Liberia laid down their chalks in protest over unpaid salary arears - and an announcement of a plans by students at the University to stage an anti-government protest Friday, President George Manneh Weah has dismissed the University's president Dr. Ophelia Weeks.

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[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Liberia risks being delisted from the Extractives Industries Transparency Initiative, the global body which monitors transparency in oil and mining industries, in a move that will likely deal another blow to the shaky economy. Liberia will be delisted if it doesn't meet a deadline set for December 31 to file overdue reports according to Bady Balde, EITI's Africa Director.

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[The Conversation Africa] The theme for World Health Day in 1995 was "Target 2000 -- A World Without Polio". I delivered a lecture titled "Polio Eradication Race: Will Nigeria Finish Last?" to mark the occasion. Finishing last seemed likely because in the 1990s Nigeria's routine immunisation rates were in the 30%-40% range for all vaccine preventable diseases. Countries in Southern and East Africa that had eradicated polio had coverage in the 80%-90% range.

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[AIM] Maputo -As more polling station results from last Tuesday's Mozambican general and provincial elections become available, so the landslide victory for the incumbent president Filipe Nyusi and the ruling Frelimo Party, even in provinces once regarded as opposition strongholds, becomes increasingly evident.

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[Addis Standard] A cover of the Afaan Oromoo version of PM Abiy's book is displayed in Millennium Hall

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[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWE's fuel import bill has gone down by US$102 million, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has said in its latest monthly review.

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[News24Wire] A carer for the aged on duty the night two elderly women were murdered at a retirement centre in Port Elizabeth is expected to appear along with four others in the local magistrate's court on Monday.

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[News24Wire] Gavin Watson, the former CEO of corruption-tainted facilities management company Bosasa, led a life far removed from that of a devout Christian and struggle figure, an image that he so carefully crafted.

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[News24Wire] DA leader Mmusi Maimane pulled no punches on Saturday as he faced up to party critics calling on them to leave the official opposition if they disagreed with his leadership, Sunday reports have said.

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[News24Wire] Shaoxing -A final day dogged by drama and disappointment for Team South Africa in the senior K2 races brought down the curtain on the 2019 ICF Canoe Marathon World Championships in Shaoxing.

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[News24Wire] Former DA leader Helen Zille has won the race to be the DA's new federal council chairperson, completing a dramatic comeback within the party she once led.

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[News24Wire] Nearly 6 000 patients are waiting to undergo surgical operations in two Gauteng hospitals.

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[News24Wire] The DA's new federal council chairperson Helen Zille has vowed to stay in her lane and assume the background role to that of party leader Mmusi Maimane, following her election to the post.

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[News24Wire] Just hours following the election of former leader Helen Zille as the new DA federal council chairperson, it seems Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba will follow through on his promise to step down if the DA is taken over by "right-wing elements", three party sources have said.

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[News24Wire] DA leader Mmusi Maimane has congratulated former leader Helen Zille on her successful election as the party's new federal council chairperson.

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[News24Wire] A 26-year-old man wanted for allegedly raping six girls in the Eastern Cape, has finally been arrested, police said on Sunday.

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[SNA] Juba -The delegations of the government and the Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N) led by Abdul-Aziz Al-Helu signed Friday a negotiating road-map agreement at the negotiation premises, Juba, at the Bemid Hotel.

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[L'Express] With the announcement of the dissolution of parliament and the date of the general election, Weekly speaks to Jocelyn Chan Low, historian and political observer. He talks about the possible implications of a short electoral campaign, the impact of the proposed pension increase in the face of a looming global financial crisis, and gives his assessment of the economic situation in the country.

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[SNA] New York -Kuwait reiterated its firm position on supporting Sudan, its unity, sovereignty, stability and territorial integrity, stressing that the new Sudan needs the support of all.

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[Radio Dabanga] Atbara -People living in the town of Atbara in River Nile state are suffering again from bread shortages.

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[Radio Dabanga] El Gedaref -An activist in eastern Sudan's El Gedaref accuses the police and the state's prosecution of foot-dragging concerning the complaint lodged against the former director of the security apparatus in the state, charging him with murder, torture, and illegal detention.

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[Radio Dabanga] Port Sudan -Neighbourhood committees in El Gadisiya in Port Sudan organised a vigil on Thursday in protest against the decision of the authorities to change the use of a piece of land where a school would be constructed to commercial use by companies and shops. The decision was taken during the ruling of President Omar Al Bashir, who was deposed in April this year.

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