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WILLSHIR – AFRICA – TIMELINE – 03 MAY 2022 (19H00)

May 3

ANGOLA – 03 MAY 2022

  • LUANDA – 02 MAY 2022 (19H10) Transportes Aéreos de Angola (TAAG) has announced the resumption of operational flights between Luanda and Uíge with effect from today, 02 May 2022. The resumption follows 20 years after the route had been deactivated. The flights between the two provinces are expected to be operated by the Dash8-400 type aircraft, with a capacity for 65 passengers. The Angolan flag carrier is scheduled to operate twice-weekly flights on Mondays and Fridays from the Luanda Airport to the Manuel Quarta Mpunza Airport.
  • LUANDA – 03 MAY 2022 (06H00) The United States (US) Deputy Secretary of State (DSS) Wendy Sherman is expected to embark on a four-nation tour from today, 03 May 2022. Sherman is set to travel to South Africa, Angola, Gabon and France. In Angola, Sherman is scheduled to meet with President Joao Lourenco and Foreign Minister Tete Antonio. Furthermore, The DSS is set to discuss the US-Angola cooperation concerning maritime security in the Atlantic, global and regional peace and security, trade and investment, sustainable infrastructure and others. This comes after the Minister of State and Head of Military Affairs in the Office to the President, Francisco Furtado, held a meeting with US Secretary of Defence Lloyd Austin in April 2022 and further agreed on electing Angola the pan-African peacekeeping leader.
  • LUANDA – 03 MAY 2022 (13H35) President of the BiocareGreen Manager Development Group, Klause Schreiber, announced that they are expected to invest €5 billion in Angolan markets. Schreiber stated that the investments are focused on producing fertiliser, food supplements, solar energy, hospital construction and solid waste companies. Schreiber stated that the projects are expected to commence within the next six months.

 

BOTSWANA – 03 MAY 2022

  • GABORONE – 03 MAY 2022 (14H20) The Botswana Nurses Union (BONU) has entered into an agreement with NEU Professionals Limited, an international healthcare recruitment agency headquartered in London, United Kingdom (UK). The agreement is expected to facilitate the employment of Batswana nurses in the UK’s National Health Services (NHS). BONU Secretary for International Affairs, Pinkie Mpinba-Joseph, has stated that the partnership with the NEU is expected to allow the nurses to receive training and funding from the NEU. Mpinba-Joseph has stated that BONU is expected to deploy the first cohort of approximately 200 nurses to the UK within the following two months, with an estimated 300 nurses expected to depart the country annually.

 

DEM. REP. CONGO -03 MAY 2022

  • KAMUESHA – 03 MAY 2022 (10H40) The Office of the National Assembly has announced a decision to deploy a Parliamentary mission of ten Deputies to restore normalcy in Kamuesha near Tshikapa between the workers at Arab Constructors Company from Greater Bandundu and residents in Kasaï. Reports indicate that the population has rejected the company’s workers due to their alleged ethnicity. The Nouvel Elan party of former Prime Minister Adolphe Muzito has called for unity within the communities in Kasaï.
  • KINSHASA – 03 MAY 2022 (15H55) Protest expected at Palais du Peuple in Kinshasa on Friday, 06 May 2022. Opposition and civil society groups have called for a sit-in demonstration to demand a response regarding the revision of the electoral law. The time of the demonstration remains unconfirmed as authorities are yet to authorise the protest. A heightened security presence is expected in the vicinity of Palais du Peuple. Civilians are advised to avoid the area and use alternative routes.
  • KOLWEZI – 03 MAY 2022 (16H55) Ivanhoe Mines Chairperson Robert Friedland announced that construction is expected to start for the Kamoa-Kakula copper mining complex. Friedland stated that the Chinese Nerin Engineering company had been awarded the contract to construct two new underground mines known as Kamoa 1 and Kamoa 2 and a concentrator plant adjacent to the two mines. Friedland stated that the mines are expected to produce 14-million tonnes of copper annually when the construction is finished. Friedland further noted that a Phase 3 expansion is also expected, which is set to supply 178 megawatts (MW) of hydropower to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
  • KINSHASA – 03 MAY 2022 (17H20) Bluegrace Energy has announced the launch of negotiations with the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) regarding a possible sustainable mining agreement. The agreement is expected to grant the Bluegrace-ROKiT group access to mine mineral reserves of copper and cobalt for their operations. The agreement is expected to provide several advantages to the local community in addition to benefitting the environment due to the mining firms’ conservation efforts.

 

ESWATINI – 03 MAY 2022

  • MFENYANA – 03 MAY 2022 (07H15) The textile workers at the HOs Enterprise Company near Nhlangano have vowed to continue to protest until their demands are met. This comes as the workers have demanded their management to increase their salaries to E15 per hour. The Minister of Labour and Social Security Phila Buthelezi has accused the textile workers of engaging in illegal strike action. Buthelezi has allegedly given an ultimatum to the workers to return to work today, 03 May 2022, or the workers will be dismissed.
  • MBABANE – 03 MAY 2022 (07H20) Protest expected today, 03 May 2022, led by the Trade Union Congress of Swaziland (TUCOSWA) in Mbabane. The Trade Union Congress of Swaziland (TUCOSWA) President, Bheki Mamba, has announced a planned mass protest action joined by workers and political parties in eSwatini. Mamba has stated that the protest will be aimed at fighting for democratic reforms in the country. Members of the public are advised to remain vigilant. Police will be on the scene.
  • MATSAPHA – 03 MAY 2022 (12H50) UPDATE Police have arrived at the scene and are attempting to disperse the demonstrators. This comes as the students were marching to the Manzini Regional Police Headquarters to express their grievances. Members of the public are advised to avoid the area. (11H45) The demonstrators are proceeding to the Manzini Regional Police Headquarters. This comes after the demonstrators delivered a petition to the administrator of the Kwaluseni Campus. Members of the public are advised to remain cautious. (10H10) The students have issued the petition to the administration of the University of eSwatini. Demonstrations are proceeding inside the University. Motorists are advised to remain vigilant. (09H50) Demonstrations are underway at the Administration office at the Kwaluseni Campus-University of eSwatini. The students will be delivering a petition to the administrator of the University. Members of the public are advised to avoid the area. (08H20) Protest expected today, 03 May 2022, at about 09H00, in the vicinity of Manzini. The Swaziland National Union of Students (SNUS) has called on the population to participate in a protest action over the three students who were allegedly sexually assaulted on Friday, 29 April 2022. The union is expected to deliver a petition to the administration of the Kwaluseni Campus, and thereafter, the union will proceed to the Manzini Regional Police Headquarters. Motorists are advised to avoid the affected areas for the duration of the protest. Police will be deployed to the scene.
  • HLATIKHULU – 03 MAY 2022 (14H10) The eSwatini Water Service Corporation (EWSC) has notified members of the public residing in Hlatikhulu and surrounding areas of ongoing maintenance works at the Hlatikhulu Water Treatment Plant. The EWSC has warned that this is expected to result in water interruptions being experienced in the affected areas. Relevant updates will be provided to the public as the situation progresses.

 

ETHIOPIA- 03 MAY 2022

  • ADDIS ABABA – 03 MAY 2022 (11H30) The Leadership of the Ethiopian Investment Commission (EIC) has held a meeting with the Ambassador of the Republic of Malta to Ethiopia, Ronald Micallef, seeking to invest in Ethiopia. According to Micallef, the EIC seeks to establish a partnership in investment and business between the two countries. During the meeting, the two leaders reiterated their commitment to work on joint investment promotion and further engagements to strengthen economic cooperation. Micallef has stated that Maltese enterprises are keen to invest in Ethiopia, particularly in the agro-processing, pharmaceutical, tourism, and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sectors.
  • BULA KEBELE – 03 MAY 2022 (13H45) Ethiopian Federal Government security troops have arrested several al-Shabaab militants on allegations of illegally transporting weaponry into the country from neighbouring Somalia. The incident reportedly occurred in the Afdere zone, Elkere District, and Bula Kebele. The arrests follow amid an escalation of insecurity due to persistent instability in the Horn of Africa region. Authorities have confirmed that special forces from the Somali Region in Eastern Ethiopia have detained the militants while attempting to cross the border from Somalia’s Gedo region. The seized weapons include 18 containers of AK-47 ammunition, six rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs), and two machine guns. The Ethiopian National Defence Force (ENDF) currently occupies sections of Sector III and VI of the African Union Transition Mission in Somalia (ATMIS), mainly in the Southwest and Jubaland States, as part of a pledge to eradicate militants from the region in anticipation of the AU’s expected exit from the country.

 

GHANA – 03 MAY 2022

  • ACCRA – 02 MAY 2022 (19H50) Accra residents have reported persistent water supply interruptions affecting communities in Ashaiman, Tema, Nungua, Teshie, Spintex and its environs. The acute water shortages have reportedly been ongoing for the previous six days in several areas of Accra. The areas affected in Tema include Adjei Kojo, Kanewu, Suncity, and its environs. The Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) has reportedly failed to announce to the public its intentions to interrupt the water supply. Subsequently, several residents have called on GWCL to urgently address the situation.
  • ACCRA – 03 MAY 2022 (07H30) The Ministry of Interior has declared today, 03 May 2022, a public holiday in commemoration of the Eid-ul-Fitr. The Ministry has noted that the declaration is in line with the Public Holidays and Commemorative Days Act.
  • ACCRA – 03 MAY 2022 (18H00) The Ministry of Information has announced that Minister Kojo Oppong Nkrumah is scheduled to launch a Minister’s Press Briefing at 10H00 on Wednesday, 04 May 2022. Minister Nkrumah is expected to be accompanied by Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Kwaku Afriyie during the event. The briefing is expected to be live-streamed on local media outlets across the country.

 

KENYA -03 MAY 2022

  • NAIROBI – 03 MAY 2022 (14H15) The Registrar of Political Parties has approved 46 Kenyans as independent candidates to run in the upcoming August General Elections in 2022. The candidates are yet to be cleared to contest by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC). The candidates are expected to run against Deputy President William Ruto and Azimio la Umoja, One Kenya Coalition Party Head, Raila Odinga and Safina flagbearer Jimi Wanjigi. In addition, a total of 7,111 individuals are seeking to run as independents for various elective seats ahead of the deadline today, 03 May 2022. The Registrar has indicated that 104 individuals have been cleared to run for Governor, while another 141 seek Senate seats as independent candidates.

 

LESOTHO – 03 MAY 2022

  • MASERU – 03 MAY 2022 (16H10) African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Secretary-General Wamkele Mene has held a meeting with Lesotho Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro during a courtesy call today, 03 May 2022. During the discussions, Mene reiterated the AfCFTA’s commitment to collaborate with Lesotho toward the implementation of the AfCFTA Agreement. The two officials also held talks regarding opportunities for Lesotho under the AfCFTA, with a focus on the Pharmaceutical Industry.

 

MADAGASCAR – 03 MAY 2022

  • ANTANANARIVO – 02 MAY 2022 (19H20) Indian Ambassador to Madagascar, Abhay Kumar, has held a meeting with Madagascar President Andry Rajoelina. During the meeting, the two officials held discussions regarding ways to further strengthen bilateral ties between India and Madagascar. The meeting follows as there are currently several Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) in the sectors of health, education, culture, training of Human Resources, environmental protection, custom matters, and information exchange which have been finalised between the two countries and are expected to be signed in due course.
  • TOLIARA – 03 MAY 2022 (08H15) The state-owned company, Jirama, has announced the deployment of technicians to Toliara for the reparation of electrical supply following the damages caused by the recent tropical storm, Jasmine. The Ministry of Energy and Hydrocarbons has stated that the technicians have constructed electrical lines and electricity distribution in Betioky. According to the Ministry, the Toliara hybrid power plant’s generator has been affected due to a faulty. However, the technicians are on-site and are assessing the damages. The supply of electricity in Toliara is expected to be restored by Tuesday evening, 03 May 2022.

 

MALAWI – 03 MAY 2022

  • LILONGWE – 02 MAY 2022 (19H00) Department of Roads Minister Jacob Hara has announced the immediate dismissal of the Roads Authority Board of Directors, citing failure to discharge their duties and obligations under the Roads Authority Act. The Minister has released a statement indicating that the dismissal follows an inquiry into the Board of Directors’ capacity to discharge their duties. The investigation reportedly found serious corporate governance failures and failure to supervise the management of the Roads Authority in accordance with its mandate and project procurement oversight failures, among others. Hara has also stated that the inquiry also established that non-compliance of the Board has led to a dysfunctional system at the Authority, including delays in road project completions and misprocurements and exorbitant claims.
  • LILONGWE – 03 MAY 2022 (00H05) The Malawian Government has announced the dates for the Eid-Ul-Fitri Public Holiday. The holiday is expected to be observed on Tuesday, 03 May 2022. The announcement followed a brief meeting with the Muslim Association of Malawi (MAM), where they marked the end of the Eid-Ul-Fitri Prayers at the sighting of the new moon on 02 May 2022.
  • ZOMBA – 03 MAY 2022 (16H40) Police have confirmed the escape of two suspected criminals from the Chinseu Police Unit cells in Zomba. The suspects had recently been arrested on allegations of conducting several house robberies in the area. The manner in which the detainees have escaped remains uncertain at this time. Chinseu Police Unit Officer in Charge Kassam Mavungire has stated that security forces have been deployed to locate and apprehend the escapees.

 

MOZAMBIQUE -03 MAY 2022

  • MACOMIA – 02 MAY 2022 (19H30) Rwandan Defence and Military Spokesperson Colonel Ronald Rwivanga has announced that a joint Military operation by Rwandan security forces and the Southern African Development Community (SADC) Mission in Mozambique (SAMIM) in the Macomia district of Cabo Delgado has restored the area to normalcy. Rwandan forces commenced operations in Macomia on 30 March 2022, following a series of meetings with SADC counterparts. Rwivanga has stated that a considerable number of people who had been in captivity have also been rescued from Islamic State (IS) affiliated insurgents. Cabo Delgado Province Governor Valige Tauabo has noted that the security situation has normalised in the province.
  • MAPUTO – 03 MAY 2022 (16H30) Mozambican health authorities have initiated additional measures to strengthen the health protocol against COVID-19 at the country’s border crossings with South Africa. This follows due to the recent increase in COVID-19 infections recorded in the neighbouring country. Director of Health in Maputo Province, Yolanda Santos, has stated that teams have been positioned at main border points between Mozambique and South Africa to verify COVID-19 test results and ensure compliance with the prevention measures among travellers entering Mozambique. Health units have reportedly also reinforced surveillance to identify and contain any respiratory diseases.
  • PEMBA – 03 MAY 2022 (17H00) Cabo Delgado provincial Migration Directorate Spokesperson Ivo Sampanha has announced that four border crossing points between Mozambique and Tanzania are expected to be constructed by the end of 2022. This aims to improve the monitoring of migratory movement between the two countries. Sampanha has stated that one of the posts is set to be established in the Nangade district, two in the Palma district and one in the Mueda district. The posts also aim to improve working conditions and provide an adequate response to National Migration Service users in Cabo Delgado. The Spokesperson has further noted that funding for the construction of the infrastructure has been secured, with the process of hiring contractors currently underway.

 

NIGERIA – 03 MAY 2022

  • ABUJA – 02 MAY 2022 (18H55) Inspector-General of Police, Usman Baba, announced the deployment of four helicopters to enhance aerial surveillance operations. Baba stated that the deployment is to support Police operatives on the ground, intensify patrols, and ensure adequate safety. Baba stated that Military operations are ongoing through the festive season to assist civilians during celebrations.
  • ABAKALIKI – 03 MAY 2022 (01H00) The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has suspended a ward congress in the Anambra state. The announcement followed after a five-member Anambra State Ward congress panel of the party was allegedly held hostage by aspirants and stakeholders. The panel has been held hostage as they failed to provide the stakeholders with the original result sheets. The Congress Committee Chairman Jubril Ahmad noted that they failed to provide the original sheets due to security reasons. Reports indicate that a new date for the congress is expected to be announced by the National Leaderships.
  • ABUJA – 03 MAY 2022 (03H25) The Nigerian Government is expected to trade terrorist members for hostages of the Abuja-Kaduna train attack. The expected trade follows a video released by the group in which the kidnapped civilians, guarded by the terrorist members, urged the Government to establish communication with the terrorists. Furthermore, the group requested the release of certain detained Commanders and Financiers of their group in exchange for the release of approximately 69 passengers. The gunmen allegedly released the Managing Director of the Bank and Agriculture, Alwan Hassan, after the Government paid a large amount.
  • LAGOS – 03 MAY 2022 (11H35) A heightened Nigerian Police Force and security officials’ presence has been reported at the University of Lagos, in Akoka. This comes as a group of students planned strike action over the ongoing protest of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). The students at the University of Lagos (UNILAG) declared a mass protest across the country, such as at the University of Ibadan main gate, UNILAG main gate, and in some places in Edo State. The ASUU had accused the Government of poor commitment to the payment of the academic earned allowance, the continued use of the Integrated Personnel Payroll Information System and refusal to adopt the Universities Transparency and Accountability Solution, among others.
  • KAFANCHAN – 03 MAY 2022 (15H40) The Nigerian Railway Police Command has arrested Nigerian Army Sergeant Sirajo Suleiman in addition to 13 other suspects in connection with the vandalisation of railway infrastructure in various regions of the country. The arrests occurred in the vicinity of the Kafanchan Divisional Headquarters of the Command. Suleiman is attached to the Nigerian Army Central Ammunition Department. During the arrest, Railway Command forces also confiscated three trucks transporting various railway equipment. The suspects are alleged to have loaded multiple rail plates of steel into two trucks near the Camuru Station, Katchia Local Government Area (LGA) of the state. The Railway Police Command Commissioner Yetunde Longe has stated that efforts are being intensified to apprehend the remaining suspects.

 

RWANDA – 03 MAY 2022

  • KIGALI – 03 MAY 2022 (06H50) The Conference of Heads of Anti-Corruption Agencies in Commonwealth Africa is scheduled to be held today, 03 May 2022, until 07 May 2022, in Kigali, Rwanda, aimed to boost regional crime-fighting efforts. The Heads of anti-corruption agencies from the Commonwealth’s 19 African member States are expected to participate in the event, which will be convened under the theme Combating Corruption for Good Governance and Sustainable Development in Africa. The conference organised by the Commonwealth Secretariat in collaboration with the Government of Rwanda is aimed to discuss the impacts of corruption on sustainable development in Africa and innovative approaches in the fight against corruption. The conference is part of the Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland mission to help Governments, judges, the Police, and other public institutions tackle systemic corruption by sharing best practices, training, and policy research.

 

TANZANIA -03 MAY 2022

  • DAR ES SALAAM – 02 MAY 2022 (20H30) Bolt has announced plans for the possible withdrawal of its services from Tanzania following the recent imposition of a 15% fee service order. The e-hailing company is disputing the fee introduced by Land Transport Regulatory Authority (LATRA), an entity established in 2020 to regulate the taxi sector. Bolt East Africa Regional Manager Kenneth Micah has stated that Bolt has requested a meeting with the relevant stakeholders for further discussions regarding the matter with the aim of negotiating favourable tariff and commission regulations.
  • DODOMA – 03 MAY 2022 (00H00) Tanzanian Health officials have announced that authorities at all ports of entry are on high alert from 02 May 2022. The announcement follows the recent resurgence of the virus in Mbandaka, northwestern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Additionally, two civilians have expectedly died due to the virus since 21 April 2022. Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Health Abel Makubi noted that the Ministry has deployed surveillance experts to DRC bordering regions. Local Authorities are expected to screen all travellers travelling in and out of the country.
  • ARUSHA – 03 MAY 2022 (08H00) President Samia Suluhu Hassan is expected to officiate the 2022 World Press Freedom Day in Arusha as the Chief Guest today, 03 May 2022. The Eastern Africa Editors Society (EAES) is expected to convene as the African continent celebrates and deliberate on media freedoms issues, held under the theme, Journalism Under Digital Siege. The convention seeks to discuss advancing extensive data and artificial intelligence (AI) for media evolution in Africa, as well as the impact of journalism and freedom of expression for sustainable development, as well as discuss digital advancement and associated challenges to gender equality and women’s empowerment (GEWE) in public media and information delivery. The convention was organised by international and local partners and an organising committee that includes, among others, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco), Tef and other partners who are part of the Coalition on Right to Information.

 

ZAMBIA – 03 MAY 2022

  • KAWAMBWA – 03 MAY 2022 (11H00) The former Tourism Minister Ronald Kaoma Chitotela has been apprehended by the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) in Kawambwa. This comes after the ACC seized property belonging to Chitotela in State Lodge, Chongwe, due to alleged proceeds of crime. ACC spokesperson Queen Chibwe has stated that the seized property is in relation to a serious offence which is currently a subject of forfeiture by the Commission.

 

ZIMBABWE – 03 MAY 2022

  • CHIREDZI – 03 MAY 2022 (00H30) Road closure reported at the Chilonga bridge across the Runde River. The announcement followed after a vehicle submerged attempting to cross the bridge on Saturday, 30 April 2022. Reports indicate that two civilians drowned during the incident. The bridge is expected to be the fastest route linking Chiredzi and Chikombedzi. The Government is set to construct a modern bridge across the Runde River valued at approximately Z$3,6 billion. The alternative route is set to be the Mupapa Bridge and through the Rutenga Growth Point. The public is advised that vehicular traffic has been banned on the Chilonga bridge.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS – 03 MAY 2022

  • GHANA: The Ministry of Information has announced that Minister Kojo Oppong Nkrumah is scheduled to launch a Minister’s Press Briefing at 10H00 on Wednesday, 04 May 2022.
  • NIGERIA: The Nigerian Supreme Court has set 06 May 2022 as the date to deliver judgement on a suit regarding the disputed ownership of 21 oil wells between the Rivers and Imo States.
  • REP. CONGO: Protest expected at Palais du Peuple in Kinshasa on Friday, 06 May 2022.
  • NIGERIA: The Fisheries Committee for the West Central Gulf of Guinea (FCWC) has announced plans to hold the 12th Meeting of the West Africa Task Force (WATF) in Lagos, Nigeria from 10 May 2022 until 12 May 2022.
  • MADAGASCAR: Protest expected in Antananarivo by the Taxi Association (TIM) and residents within Antananarivo on 13 May 2022.
  • ANGOLA: The African Petroleum Producers Organization (APPO), the Government of the Republic of Angola, and AMETrade are expected to host the 8th African Petroleum Congress and Exhibition (CAPE VIII), scheduled to take place from 16 May 2022 until 19 May 2022, in Luanda, Republic of Angola.
  • KENYA: Kenya is expected to host the Power and Energy Africa meeting from 19 May 2022 until 21 May 2022 at Kenyatta International Convention Centre in Nairobi.
  • NIGERIA: President Muhammadu Buhari is expected to appear in a Federal High Court on 27 May 2022.
  • BOTSWANA: Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) Secretary-General (SG) Mpho Balopi has announced that he is not expected to seek re-election during the party’s Elective Congress in July 2022.
  • MOZAMBIQUE: President of the Republic Filipe Nyusi is expected to launch the 8th Edition of the Mining, Oil, Gas and Energy of Mozambique event from 02 June 2022 until 03 June 2022 at the Joaquim Chissano Conference Centre in Maputo.
  • RWANDA: Rwandan President Paul Kagame and Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland have announced the week of 20 June 2022 as the date for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) to be held in Kigali, Rwanda.
  • KENYA: Kenya’s Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has announced that general elections are scheduled to be held on 09 August 2022.
  • RWANDA: Rwanda is scheduled to host the African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF) from 05 September 2022 until 09 September 2022.
  • ANGOLA: Energy Capital and Power (ECP) has announced that the 2022 Edition of Angola Oil and Gas (AOG) is expected to be held from 29 November 2022 until 01 December 2022.
  • NIGERIA: The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has announced that Nigeria is expected to conduct elections on 25 February 2023 and 11 March 2023.
  • NIGERIA: The Federal Ministry of Petroleum Resources has announced plans for the Sixth Edition of Nigeria’s International Energy Summit (NIES 2023) in Abuja from 16 April 2023 until 20 April 2023.
  • MOZAMBIQUE: Mozambique’s National Elections Commission (CNE) has approved a proposal that schedules 11 October 2023 as the date for the sixth municipal elections across the country.

 

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