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Zimbabwe: What Now After a 2nd Internet Shutdown, and Treason Charges for Activists?
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Uganda: Parliament Orders Assessment on Impact of Social Media Tax
Zimbabwe: Ex-VP Mphoko Quits Choppies Supermarket
Zimbabwe: Amid Protests Zimbabwe Orders Second Internet Shutdown
South Africa: Parties Will Have to Fork Out R200 000 to Participate in 2019 National Elections
South Africa: Black Industrialist Textile Firm Creates Over 450 Jobs
South Africa: SANDF Makes Progress With Vaal Project
Liberia: Alleged Hacking of Lonestar Cell/MTN Network Occurred Months After Orange Acquired Cellcom
Ghana: Kasapreko Factory Will Open Up Tanoso - 1d1f Nat'l Coordinator
Gambia: Barrow Pledges to Reduce Unemployment By 12%
Malawi: Communities Around Chiradzulu East Have Access to ICT
Zimbabwe: Govt Orders Second Full Internet Shutdown
Kenya: How WhatsApp Group Helped People Caught in Riverside Attack
Ethiopia: How Investment in Irrigation Is Paying Off for the Economy
Zimbabwe: Govt Avails U.S.$400 Million Credit Facility
Zimbabwe: Soldiers Loot Diamond Ore in Marange During the Internet Blackout
Zimbabwe: Economic Turmoil Threatens Commercial Bank Topline
Zimbabwe: Mining Sector to Meet Chitando Over Forex Allocation
Zimbabwe: Local Currency Recipe for Disaster
Ethiopia: Ethiopia to Issue Bid for Solar Projects Costing About U.S.$800 Million
Africa: Africa Should Be Building Private-Public Parternships in Education
Sudan: Long Queues for Cash As Khartoum Banks, ATMs Run Dry
Africa: Uprising Week Four - Protests in 8 Cities
Sudan: Fuel, Cash Shortages in Sudan Capital and States
Uganda: Current Account Deficit More Than Doubles to U.S.$1.74 Billion in One Year
Zimbabwe: Belarus Deal to Make Zim Transport Logistics Hub
Zimbabwe: Govt, Civil Servants Resume Talks
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