Mozambique admits to miss digital migration deadline

Mozambique admits to miss digital migration deadline

Mozambique's Deputy Minister of Transport and Communications, Manuela Rebelo has admitted that the government will miss the deadline of 17 June to complete the analogue to digital ...

S/Africa trucks attacked in Mozambique – Report

S/Africa trucks attacked in Mozambique – Report

South Africa's N4 Highway near Ressano Garcia toll border post with Mozambique has been closed until further notice amid reports of violent mob attacks targeting South African ...

S/Africa: Local communities urged to end xenophobic attacks

S/Africa: Local communities urged to end xenophobic attacks

The South African Cabinet has condemned in the strongest terms the continuing acts of violence against foreign nationals and called on local communities to take a stand against the ...

Press focuses on huge debt stock, zoning of political offices, Boko Haram’s killings

Press focuses on huge debt stock, zoning of political offices, Boko Haram’s killings

The huge debt stock to be inherited by the incoming administration, the killing of 12 people by insurgents and the zoning of political offices in the formation of the next ...

Police deny Gambia’s main opposition party use of PA system to address supporters

Police deny Gambia’s main opposition party use of PA system to address supporters

The leader of the Gambia's main opposition party said security forces on Thursday denied him permission to use a public address system to speak to his supporters while touring the ...

Malawi: Tobacco earnings hit $2.5m in 3 days

Malawi: Tobacco earnings hit $2.5m in 3 days

Earnings from the Malawi tobacco has hit $2.5million in three days since the opening of the market on April 8, Tobacco Control Commission (TCC) Chief Executive Officer Bruce ...

Mozambique leader repeats offers to discuss with rebels

Mozambique leader repeats offers to discuss with rebels

Mozambique President Filipe Nyusi has expressed willingness to hold dialogue with former rebel Renamo movement Leader Afosnos Dhlakama, APA has observed here on Friday.According to ...

Mozambique admits to miss digital migration deadline

Mozambique's Deputy Minister of Transport and Communications, Manuela Rebelo has admitted that the government will miss the deadline of 17 June to complete the analogue to digital migration for the country's television and radio stations, APA learns here on Saturday.According to the local media, Rebelo, added that, given the impossibility of completing the transition in time, the analog signals will not be ...

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S/Africa trucks attacked in Mozambique – Report

South Africa's N4 Highway near Ressano Garcia toll border post with Mozambique has been closed until further notice amid reports of violent mob attacks targeting South African trucks, press reports said on Saturday."Trucks with South African registration plates have been stoned in Mozambique” in apparent retaliation to the on-going xenophobic attacks against Mozambicans and other foreign nationals in the ...

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S/Africa: Local communities urged to end xenophobic attacks

The South African Cabinet has condemned in the strongest terms the continuing acts of violence against foreign nationals and called on local communities to take a stand against the current xenophobic attacks in the country which have left dead two South Africans and four foreigners. Addressing the media during a post-Cabinet briefing on Friday, Radebe, who spent decades in exile as a member of the ruling ...

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Press focuses on huge debt stock, zoning of political offices, Boko Haram’s killings

The huge debt stock to be inherited by the incoming administration, the killing of 12 people by insurgents and the zoning of political offices in the formation of the next government by May 29 are some of the main stories in Nigerian newspapers in Saturday. The Vanguard newspaper said after the euphoria of their electoral victories, one of the major challenges that will confront the President-elect, ...

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Police deny Gambia’s main opposition party use of PA system to address supporters

The leader of the Gambia's main opposition party said security forces on Thursday denied him permission to use a public address system to speak to his supporters while touring the country. Ousaninu Darbo of the United Democratic Party (UDP) the police threw roadblocks in his way when he sought the permission to use a PA system. “We are trying to tour the country and in order to address the gatherings very ...

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Malawi: Tobacco earnings hit $2.5m in 3 days

Earnings from the Malawi tobacco has hit $2.5million in three days since the opening of the market on April 8, Tobacco Control Commission (TCC) Chief Executive Officer Bruce Munthali said Friday. He said the market of the leaf has started on a good note by looking at the quality of the product and the prices offered by the buyers. "So far the general pricing has been higher compared to last year. The prices ...

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Mozambique leader repeats offers to discuss with rebels

Mozambique President Filipe Nyusi has expressed willingness to hold dialogue with former rebel Renamo movement Leader Afosnos Dhlakama, APA has observed here on Friday.According to state controlled broadcaster on Friday, Nyusi says he is ready for discussions in order to secure peace, but without violating the national Constitution. The Maputo-based broadcaster said President Nyusi has repeated the pledge to ...

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Cameroon: At least 12 killed in B/Haram attack

At least twelve people died Thursday night as Islamist sect Boko Haram attacked Bia village, near Kolofata, Far North of Cameroon and border with Nigeria, security sources told APA Friday. The attackers arrived at night on motorcycles and started firing in the air to get villagers out of their houses before slaughtering them one by one; a military source said. The army have taken position around the scene of ...

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Tanzanian authorities deport Ethiopian suspected of human trafficking

An Ethiopian suspected of involvement in human trafficking crimes had been arrested in Dar es Salaam, the Tanzanian commercial capital and deported to Ethiopia Thursday through the joint efforts of the Tanzanian police and Interpol. The suspect, named as, Dejene Flate, was apprehended while trying to traffic 64 Ethiopians from Dar es Salaam to South Africa, with one of the victims was found dead. The suspect ...

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Street battles rock Burundian capital as protesters oppose president’s 3rd term bid

– The police are making use of various means, including teargas to disperse a large crowd which, while responding by throwing stones, intends to demonstrate against a third term for President Pierre Nkurunziza, APA noted on Friday in Bujumbura, the Burundian capital. It was at about 10am local time that protesters suddenly appeared near the old Bujumbura Central Market with placards and chanting to show ...

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