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May 9

ANGOLA – 09 MAY 2022
• LUANDA – 08 MAY 2022 (23H40) The President of the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN), Abdulla Shahid, is expected to embark on a three-day working visit to Angola from 11 May 2022 until 14 May 2022. The three-day working visit will include meetings with actors from several sectors of the country, including the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Tete Antonio. Shahid stated that he is expected to conduct a visit to Cunene province to see the Cafu Canal, a water transfer system inaugurated by President of the Republic Joao Lourence.
• LUANDA – 09 MAY 2022 (08H00) The President of São Tomé and Príncipe, Carlos Vila Nova, has arrived in Luanda, Angola, upon the invitation of President Joao Lourenço, for a three-day visit aimed at strengthening and improving the bilateral cooperation between the two countries. Nova is expected to hold discussions involving security in the Gulf region. Nova is accompanied by two São Tomé and Príncipe Ministers and Deputies.
• LUANDA – 09 MAY 2022 (08H30) The Angolan state airline, Angolan Air Transport (TAAG), is expected to operate flights between Angola and Spain from 27 July 2022. This comes as the Head of Communications for the Angolan company, Luís José, recently attended a signing ceremony on a codeshare and interline agreement. The airline is set to commence flights between Luanda to Madrid routes operated by a TAAG Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, with a capacity of 293 seats, which will operate twice on a weekly basis. Passengers arriving in Luanda from Madrid and Europe will also have access to the network of national and international destinations of the Angolan airline.

BOTSWANA – 09 MAY 2022
• GABORONE – 09 MAY 2022 (06H10) President Mokgweetsi Masisi is expected to participate in the 2022 Mining Indaba Conference, scheduled to be held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre in Cape Town, South Africa, today, 09 May 2022, to 12 May 2022 from 09H00. The event will be convened under the theme Evolution of African Mining: Investing in the Energy Transition, ESG, and the Economies. Masisi is expected to deliver a Presidential address and present a lecture at the Seminar for mining companies. During the event, Masisi will use the opportunity to collaborate over mining potentials and seek investors and engage with stakeholders in the mining industry on a range of issues, including innovation in mining technology, mining sustainable development, as well as green minerals and clean energy.

DEM. REP. CONGO – 09 MAY 2022
• KINSHASA – 08 MAY 2022 (22H50) President Felix Tsishekedi has embarked on a maiden working visit to President Salva Kirr of Juba for bilateral talks. Tsishekedi stated that the trip to the country entails discussions on peace, security and trade. Reports indicate that the two Presidents also discussed the construction of roads from South Sudan to the North East of DRC and then to Kisanegani to the Congo River. Tsishekedi added that Juba is available to assist with food insecurity in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
• DJUGU – 09 MAY 2022 (07H00) Local authorities in the Ituri province have announced that 36 civilians have died following an attack at the Camp Blanquette gold mine in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of the Congo on Sunday, 08 May 2022. A local official, Jean-Pierre Bikilisende, of the rural Mungwalu settlement in Djugu, Ituri, has stated that the suspected Cooperative for Development of the Congo (CODECO) militiamen. Bikilisende has further stated that several other civilians had been reported missing. Meanwhile, increased security operations are expected at the mine.

ESWATINI – 09 MAY 2022
• MANZINI – 09 MAY 2022 (08H15) Protest expected in the vicinity of Manzini on 13 May 2022 from 09H00. The Swaziland United Democratic Front (SUDF) has called on all participants to join in a march from the Swaziland National Association of Teachers (SNAT) Centre in Manzini to the Manzini Regional Police Headquarters. The demonstration will take place to reject the inquest report of the cause of death of Thabani Nkomonye. The demonstration will occur after the Commemoration of Thabani Nkomonye at the SNAT Centre in Manzini. Police are expected to be deployed to the scene.
• SITEKI – 09 MAY 2022 (10H50) Mswati Police and the Correctional Services of Swaziland are reportedly deployed in the vicinity of Siteki ahead of a planned march to the Lubombo Police Headquarters scheduled to take place today, 09 May 2022. The residents in Siteki have planned to protest in demand of answers on the progress of Police investigations involving a pupil, Themba Ndlovu, and others at the Lubombo Central High School, who was reportedly fatally shot by a suspected Police officer. Members of the public are advised to remain vigilant.
• MANZINI – 09 MAY 2022 (12H40) Protest reported outside the Manzini Regional Education office. Teachers from the Emphini Primary School over the non-availability of Free Primary Education (FPE) grants. The teachers are demonstrating with placards and are expressing their grievances, including the lack of material at the institutions. Members of the public are advised to remain vigilant.
• MATSAPHA – 09 MAY 2022 (13H10) Protest reported at the Mzilikazi Puma filling station in Matsapha. Residents from Lugongolweni and members of political formations are demonstrating in the area after being turned back by Police during a planned march to Manzini. Protestors are raising several demands, including feedback on the progress of Police investigations into the recent shooting of a pupil at the Lubombo Central High School. Members of the public and motorists are advised to avoid the area. Authorities are monitoring the situation.

ETHIOPIA- 09 MAY 2022s
• ADDIS ABABA – 09 MAY 2022 (13H20) The Ethiopian Ministry of Health has announced plans to launch the third round of the country’s COVID-19 vaccination campaign in June 2022. This follows after the Ministry, along with Health Bureau officials and representatives of regional states and the two city administrations, recently reviewed the previous vaccination campaigns’ performance. The review indicated that the first and second rounds of the campaigns had been successful, with more than 24 million Ethiopians being vaccinated against the virus. During the third round of vaccinations, more than 25 million doses of the vaccine is expected to be made available to the public as part of efforts to achieve herd immunity.

GHANA – 09 MAY 2022
• ACCRA – 09 MAY 2022 (14H15) Inspector General of Police (IGP) George Akuffo Dampare has presided over the official inauguration of the Shukura District Police Headquarters in Accra. During the ceremony, IGP Dampare has stated that the offices are expected to assist in ongoing efforts to increase Police visibility in the community as part of efforts to eradicate criminal activity. The office is expected to serve several communities in the region, including Shukura, New Russia, Latebiokwashie, Banana Inn, Sabon Zongo, parts of Abossey Okai and Mateheko.

KENYA – 09 MAY 2022
• NAIROBI – 09 MAY 2022 (09H15) President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced the resumption of movement on the Nairobi Expressway from Saturday, 14 May 2022, to motorists on a trial basis. Kenyatta has stated that the reopening of the Nairobi Expressway will reduce traffic congestion and ease traffic flow from the south to the west of Nairobi. Motorists driving along the Nairobi Expressway will be required to move at a speed of 80 kilometres per hour (km/h) once opened to the public.
• NAIROBI – 09 MAY 2022 (11H15) The Kenyan Defence Force has announced that security agencies are increasing surveillance efforts at the country’s borders with neighbouring Somalia. The announcement follows after the al-Shabaab terrorist group recently attacked an African Union Transition Mission in Somalia (ATMIS) Military base in the Middle Shabelle region, southwest of Mogadishu, killing more than ten peacekeepers. The al-Shabaab group claimed responsibility for the attack in El Baraf on 03 May 2022. Following the incident, Kenya Defence Forces Head, General Robert Kibochi, recently met with Chairman of the United States (US) Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley at the Pentagon. The two officials discussed matters of mutual interest, including the expansion of counter-terrorism cooperation. General Kibochi has stated that the increased vigilance follows concerns regarding reports that the group plans to launch an attack in Kenya. The Defence Force has reportedly increased surveillance at the main borders and implemented roadblocks at major routes as part of efforts to address the concerns.

LESOTHO – 09 MAY 2022
• MASERU – 09 MAY 2022 (16H10) The Lesotho Highlands Development Authority (LHDA) has launched a procurement process for a Programme Management Unit (PMU) to oversee the management, oversight and reporting procedures during the implementation of Phase II of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP). The Authority has indicated that bidding documents are expected to be advertised shortly for the services to commence in early 2023. LHDA has stated that it is necessary to procure a new PMU contract due to the evolution of the project from advanced infrastructure to the upcoming main works construction and the expiration of the current PMU contract. By mutual agreement, the current PMU lead, CDM Smith, is not expected to bid for the new contract. However, a period of transition is necessary to facilitate the handover from the old to the new PMU. The Polihali dam to be constructed during LHWP Phase II is set to increase the volume of water transferred to South Africa from the current supply rate of 780-million cubic metres a year to approximately 1,270-million cubic metres per annum while also increasing the electricity generated at the Muela hydropower plant.

• ANTSIRANANA – 09 MAY 2022 (12H00) French airline Ewa Air is expected to commence flight operations in collaboration with Air Madagascar on Friday, 13 May 2022. This comes after the airline filed an application to commence operations in Antsiranana at the Arrachart Airport in February 2022. The airline will operate a weekly flight between Antsiranana and Dzaoudzi every Friday. Passengers will be required to present a real-time reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RRT-PCR) test result taken no longer than 72 hours and will undergo a rapid detection antigen test on arrival in Madagascar. If the antigen test result is positive, passengers will be required to undergo quarantine for at least seven days.

MALAWI – 09 MAY 2022
• LILONGWE – 09 MAY 2022 (10H45) Malawi President Lazarus Chakwera has received an invitation to attend the Annual General Meeting (AGM) for the World Economic Forum scheduled to take place in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, from 22 May 2022 until 26 May 2022. The meeting will be convened under Working Together, Restoring Trust. The annual meeting will offer several leaders an opportunity to observe and discuss global issues, share visions and share solutions. During the meeting, discussions will focus on the COVID-19 pandemic progress, climate change, working challenges, stakeholder capitalism and technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. During the Davos Agena 2022, several Heads of State and Government and international organisations will collaborate over priorities for the future.
• LILONGWE – 09 MAY 2022 (11H30) Peaceful protest reported at the Bishop Mackenzie International School in Lilongwe. A group of more than 80 support staff from the educational facility have downed tools to demand a 50% salary increase, among other concerns. The demonstrators are calling on the school’s management to urgently address their concerns to avoid a continuation of the strike action. Motorists are advised to remain vigilant when travelling in the area.
• LILONGWE – 09 MAY 2022 (14H40) UPDATE Demonstrators have arrived at Parliament to present a petition demanding the removal of Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) Director-General Martha Chizuma. This follows after Chizuma had been accused of allegedly violating oath of office while discussing ongoing ACB investigations. Protesters led by Redson Munlo are expected to hold a vigil at the Kamuzu Mausoleum next to Parliament Building for the following seven days. Motorists are advised of ongoing ground travel disruptions in the area. (11H40) Protest reported on the M1 affecting several routes in Lilongwe. The Malawian Concerned Citizens group is holding demonstrations to demand the removal of Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) Director-General Martha Chizuma. Demonstrators are marching in the street with placards and are expected to present a petition to the Public Appointments Committee of Parliament later today, 09 March 2022. The protest action is causing ground travel disruptions. Motorists are advised to avoid travelling in affected areas. Authorities are monitoring the situation.
• LILONGWE – 09 MAY 2022 (17H00) Malawi’s Roads Authority has announced the launch of a procurement process to identify contractors for the rehabilitation of main roads across the country. The Roads Fund Administration (RFA) has stated that the process is expected to be executed by utilising the country’s toll gate fees. This follows as the RFA recently noted that the Chingeni and Kalinyeke toll plazas have grossed an estimated K1,6 billion. The two road toll facilities are estimated to generate a combined total of K5,2 billion annually. The collected revenue is set to be allocated toward maintaining various roads in the country, including the M1 route between Blantyre and Lilongwe.

• PALMA – 09 MAY 2022 (12H20) Provincial Health Director Magido Sabune has announced plans to recommission two health centres in Cabo Delgado’s Palma district during the following week. The health centres in Quionga and Muti had previously been closed to the public due to terrorist activity in the region. Sabune has stated that various other facilities in the province have reopened following improvements in the security situation. The Health Director has noted that the Palma Health Centre and Maganja Health Centre are operational as well. In addition, the health centre in Macomia headquarters and the maternity hospital in the Macomia district have also been rehabilitated. In the Muidumbe district, the Mipeda Health Centre has been recommissioned, while in the Mocímboa da Praia district, the Diaka Health Centre is also operational. Further efforts are underway to ensure the rehabilitation of public facilities following a phased return to normalcy in the province.
• MAPUTO – 09 MAY 2022 (15H00) Ncondezi Energy has announced an update on the review of its integrated Ncondezi 300 megawatt (MW) power project in Tete, Mozambique. The company has confirmed the identification of the potential to establish a grid-scale solar-plus battery storage project at the site. Preliminary studies have reportedly assured that the project site indicates favourable solar conditions and access to the Mozambican power grid. This demonstrates the potential to streamline development and costs through the use of existing project studies, with the company stating that the solar project is feasible without compromising the delivery of the main project

NIGERIA – 09 MAY 2022
• ABUJA – 08 MAY 2022 (22H30) Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) has announced that the planned shutdown of operations on 09 May 2022 has been suspended. AON stated that they have received numerous calls from the Government stating that they are expected to intervene in predicaments faced by airlines due to astronomic and continuously rising costs of JetA1. AON further stated that passengers are expected to be transported for the time being period of discussions with relevant authorities.
• ABUJA – 08 MAY 2022 (23H25) President Buhari announced his two-day working visit to Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, for the Summit of Head of States and Government from 09 May 2022 until 10 May 2022. Conference Of the Parties (COP15) is expected to build on the findings of the second edition of the Global Land Outlook and offer a concrete response to the future of the land regarding desertification, drought, degradation, rights, restoration and the implications for national and world economies. Buhari is expected to be accompanied by various Ministers within his Cabinet.
• IKEJA – 09 MAY 2022 (06H30) The National Union of Air Transport Employees (NUATE) have embarked on a two-day warning strike from today, 09 May 2022, following allegations of poor welfare. The Secretary-General of the National Union of Air Transport Employees, Ocheme Aba, has stated that the strike is expected to continue indefinitely due to the management’s failure to fulfil the conditions of services agreed upon in 2013, 2018 and 2019, including the minimum wage approved by the Federal Government in 2019, that had not impacted the public sector workers. Aba has noted that services in the aviation sector will be withdrawn, and all services rendered by workers will be withdrawn. The National Union of Air Transport Employees, the Association of Nigeria Aviation Professionals, and the Amalgamated Union of Public Corporation Civil Service Technical and Recreational Services Employees have also cautioned the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency, Nigerian Meteorological Agency, the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, and the Nigerian College of Aviation Technology to down tools for the two-day warning strike. Members of the public are advised to remain cautious.
• ABUJA – 09 MAY 2022 (10H00) Protest reported at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja. Reports indicate that several demonstrators have blocked the boarding gate at the airport following the delay in their flights. This comes as several passengers have been at the airport since Sunday evening, 08 May 2022, due to their flights being delayed. Meanwhile, Airline operators have announced plans to suspend operations from today, 09 May 2022, over the increase in the cost of jet fuel and other operational costs. Security forces have been dispatched to the scene.
• IBADAN – 09 MAY 2022 (11H30) UPDATE The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has extended its ongoing strike for 12-months from effect from today, 09 May 2022. The decision was taken after the ASUU National Executive Council meeting, which started on Sunday night, 08 May 2022, at the Comrade Festus Iyayi National Secretariat, University of Abuja. (06H15) The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) is expected to embark on an indefinite strike from today, 09 May 2022. This comes after the union held an eight-week warning strike action in demand for a renegotiation of the 2009 Federal Government-ASUU agreement bordering on the working conditions of Nigerian academics and deployment of the University Transparency and Accountability Solution (UTAS). Meanwhile, the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU), the National Association of Academic Technologists (NAAT) and the Non-Academic Staff Union of Education and Allied Institutions (NASU) have downed tools against the Federal Government’s failure to resolve their issues. Members of the public are advised to remain cautious.
• ABUJA – 09 MAY 2022 (17H30) The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) has announced plans to commence nationwide industrial action with effect from Wednesday, 11 May 2022. The Union has stated that the planned strike follows the Federal Government’s alleged failure to implement the Memorandum of Action (MoA) agreed upon with the Union in May 2021. Zonal Coordinator of Zone D, Precious Nwakodo, has stated the strike action aims to reiterate the Union’s demands, which include the release of the N15 billion Revitalisation Fund approved for the sector to address infrastructural deficit as contained in the 2014 Needs Assessment Report. The ASUP is expected to hold a meeting in Abuja on Tuesday, 10 May 2022, to review the situation and finalise plans for industrial action.

RWANDA – 09 MAY 2022
• KIGALI – 09 MAY 2022 (15H40) The trial of Rwanda’s former Police Chief Laurent Bucyibaruta has commenced in the Paris Criminal Court in France today, 09 May 2022. Bucyibaruta is accused of genocide, complicity in genocide and complicity in crimes against humanity during his term as Police Chief of the Southern Region of Gikongoro during the civil conflict between the indigenous Tutsis and Hutu groups in Rwanda in 1994. The former regional Police Commander is accused of leading a group of local political, Police and Military figures and directing the 1994 genocide. Upon commencement of the Paris trial, Bucyibaruta’s lawyers are expected to call for the hearing to be abandoned on the grounds that the 22-year delay since the start of investigations is unreasonable. If the judges rule for the trial to proceed, 115 witnesses, including survivors, are expected to testify.

TANZANIA – 09 MAY 2022
• MWANZA – 09 MAY 2022 (09H30) The Prime Minister of Tanzania, Kassim Majaliwa, has directed the Immigration Department in Mwanza Region to seize the passports of seven contractors building a ship in Lake Victoria over allegedly failing to honour the contract, including sub-contracting another company and failing to comply with regulations by reducing the workforce from 118 to 22 on-site. This comes after Majaliwa held a site visit to the MV Mwanza Hapa Kazi Tu, which has a capacity of carrying 1,200 passengers and other 400 tonnes of cargo, implemented by South Korea’s Gas Entec Ship-Building Engineering Company, which is only at 65% completion. Majaliwa has stated that the construction the building of the ship was supposed to be at 95% completion.
• DAR ES SALAAM – 09 MAY 2022 (12H00) Tanzanian President Samia Hassan has directed Ministries and Government authorities to immediately address and establish solutions to the country’s recent fuel price increases. President Hassan made the announcement during a recent emergency meeting at the State House in Dar es Salaam. The meeting had been attended by Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa, Energy Minister January Makamba, and Finance Minister Mwigulu Nchemba, among others. This follows after the Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority (EWURA) recently announced fuel price increases crossing the Sh3,000 mark across all products, including petrol, diesel, and kerosene in Dar es Salaam, Tanga and Mtwara.

ZAMBIA – 09 MAY 2022
• LUSAKA – 09 MAY 2022 (00H35) President Hakainde Hichilema is expected to attend the Mining Indaba scheduled to take place from 08 May 2022 until 11 May 2022 in Cape Town, South Africa. Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Stanley Kakubo stated that Hichilema is expected to engage potential and current investors to re-establish Zambia as a world-class mining sector. Kakubo stated that Hichilema is expected to be accompanied by Minister of Mines and Minerals Paul Kabuswe and Minister of Finance Situmbeko Musokotwane.
• KANSANSHI – 09 MAY 2022 (16H20) First Quantum Minerals (FQM) has announced its Board’s approval of plans to conduct a $1,25-billion expansion of the Kansanshi copper mine in Zambia. The decision to expand the mine site, which had first been floated in January 2020, reportedly follows a recent improvement in Zambia’s investment climate. The improvement comes after President Hakainde Hichilema’s election in August 2021, whereafter Zambia has implemented several reforms, including allowing mining companies to deduct mineral royalties from their income tax assessments. FQM has also reportedly approved a further $100-million investment in its Enterprise nickel project in Zambia, which it expects to start producing in 2023, increasing the annual production of 30,000 tonnes of nickel in concentrate. The announcement comes ahead of the Mining Indaba conference in Cape Town, where Hichilema is set to speak on Monday, 09 May 2022, to attract additional investment into the country’s mining sector.

ZIMBABWE – 09 MAY 2022
• HARARE – 08 MAY 2022 (22H05) National Police Spokesperson Paul Nyathi announced a heightened Police presence in Harare’s Central Business District (CBD). Nyathi stated that the Police have been deployed to display visibility and not to provoke protestors into any violence. Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services, Ndavaningi Mangwana, has cautioned demonstrators to not go ahead with the planned protest.
• HARARE – 09 MAY 2022 (06H00) Internet activists joined by students and trade unions have called for a stay-at-home protest to take place today, 09 May 2022, due to the economic situation in Zimbabwe. The protest will be held under the theme of #ShutDownZimbabwe and has demanded an election transparency advocacy group, including ending Zimbabwe United Passenger Company (ZUPCO’s) public transport increase in fares, a reduction to university fees, increasing funds to hospitals, raising salaries of public sector workers and pension pay-outs, as well as depreciate the devaluation of the local currency. The Zimbabwe National Students Union (ZINASU) has also called for a shutdown at each institution on 09 May 2022, and it will be held under the theme of #FeesMustFall through a nationwide campus shutdown. Meanwhile, the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) announced a motorcade following the transport issues within the country. A heightened presence of security forces will be deployed around the country to monitor the situation. Members of the public are advised to be cautious.
• HARARE – 09 MAY 2022 (11H10) Protest reported at the University of Zimbabwe in Harare. Members of the Zimbabwe National Students Union (ZINASU) at the University are protesting over the increased fees at all institutions. The demonstration is held under the #FeesMustFall. Police are on the scene. Members of the public are advised to avoid the area.
• HARARE – 09 MAY 2022 (14H50) Political Actors Dialogue (POLAD) Principal Divine Hove has confirmed the death of United African National Council (UANC) leader Nesbert Mutengezanwa. The UANC leader had also served as a POLAD Principal and as the Chairperson of the Government’s Information and Communication Subcommittee. Hove confirmed the passing of Mutengezanwa in Harare earlier today, 09 May 2022, without providing further details regarding the circumstances of his death.

• NIGERIA: The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has announced that the fifth plenary of the Gulf of Guinea Maritime Collaboration Forum for the Shared Awareness and Deconfliction (GOG-MCF/SHADE) is expected to be held in Abuja from 10 May 2022 until 11 May 2022.
• NIGERIA: The Nigeria Political Summit Group and the National Consultative Front (NCFront) have announced that a multi-stakeholder National Constitution Reform Dialogue is scheduled to be held in Abuja on Thursday, 12 May 2022.
• MADAGASCAR: Protest expected in Antananarivo by the Taxi Association (TIM) and residents within Antananarivo on 13 May 2022.
• ESWATINI: Protest expected in the vicinity of Manzini on 13 May 2022 from 09H00.
• 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.
• ANGOLA: The Angolan Head of State, João Lourenço, has received an invitation to participate in the African Union Summit scheduled to take place from 26 May 2022 to 28 May 2022 in the city of Malabo, Republic of Equatorial Guinea.
• 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.
• RWANDA: The Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is expected to host the second Annual International Conference on Public Health in Africa (CPHIA 2022) between 13 December 2022 and 15 December 2022 in Kigali, Rwanda.
• 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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