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WILLSHIR – AFRICA – TIMELINE – 19 APR 2022 (19H00)

April 19

ANGOLA – 19 APR 2022

  • LUANDA – 19 APR 2022 (07H00) Angolan Supreme Court (TS) officials have resumed their strike action from Monday, 18 April 2022, for a period of 15-days. This follows after the Officials of the Angolan Supreme Court (TS) embarked on a strike to demand equal salaries from the higher courts. The officials have held a demonstration outside the court on Monday to express their grievances. The management is aware of the issue.
  • CABINDA – 19 APR 2022 (07H30) The Cais do Porto de Cabinda Bridge is set to begin operation on 26 April 2022, with the first commercial voyage of the catamaran, between the northern province of Angola and the municipality of Soyo, in Zaire. The infrastructure is part of a project called Cabotagem Norte, which includes the construction of the Quebra-Mar Pier and the Passenger Maritime Terminal in Cabinda, as well as the passenger maritime terminals and pier in the city of Soyo in the province of Zaire, and also in Luanda. The PCA of the Port of Cabinda, José João Kuvíngua, has stated that works are almost complete, and the part prepared to dock the catamarans has already been completed.
  • LUANDA – 19 APR 2022 (08H30) The President of the Republic, João Manuel Gonçalves Lourenço, is expected to conduct a working visit to the province of Cabinda on 21 April 2022. During the visit, the newly constructed hospital is expected to be inaugurated by President Lourenço. Thereafter, a mass political rally is scheduled to take place on Saturday, 23 April 2022.
  • ONDJIVA – 19 APR 2022 (09H15) The Commander-General of the National Police (PN), Commissioner-General Arnaldo Carlos, has embarked on a working visit to the Cunene province to assess security on the border with the Republic of Namibia. Carlos has stated that the visit is aimed to strengthen security for the prevention and investigation of crimes that occur at the common border. Carlos stated that he would also ensure the organisational and functional status of the operational bodies of the Police Command, as well as control the work. Meanwhile, Carlos had met with the Local Governor, Gerdina Didalelwa, held a visit to the Municipal Command of Cuanhama and met with members of the Advisory Council of the Provincial Command.
  • LUANDA – 19 APR 2022 (13H00) Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi has cancelled a planned state visit to Angola and the Republic of Congo after recently testing positive for the COVID-19 virus. Italy’s Office of the Prime Minister has released a statement indicating that Draghi, who had been scheduled to travel to Luanda on Wednesday, 20 April 2022, and Brazzaville on Thursday, 21 April 2022, is asymptomatic and currently unable to travel. Draghi is expected to be replaced by Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio and Minister of Ecological Transition Roberto Cingolani. During the visit, the officials are expected to engage in discussions regarding energy imports.

 

BOTSWANA – 19 APR 2022

  • KGALAGADI – 19 APR 2022 (10H30) Power Metal and Kavango Resources have commenced test drilling to establish the area’s potential for carbonatites at the Ditau Camp Project in Botswana. Kavango Chief Executive Ben Turney has stated that the drilling has started at the i10 target within their Ditau Camp joint venture project in southwestern Botswana. The diamond drilling is to confirm the presence of rare earth elements. This follows after the companies announced that they had identified 12 rare-earth elements (REE) drilling targets at Ditau Camp.

 

DEM. REP. CONGO -19 APR 2022

  • LUBUMBASHI – 19 APR 2022 (11H30) The Provincial Deputies of Haut-Katanga are scheduled to convene today, 19 April 2022, to elect a new President of the Provincial Assembly. The assembly is expected to vote between Alliance des Mouvements Kongo (AMK), Michel Katebe Ngoy and an opposition coalition, G7, Kenneth Pemba Moto. The elected President of the Provincial Assembly will be replacing Gabriel Kyungu wa Kumwanza, who died in August 2021.

 

ESWATINI – 19 APR 2022

  • LAVUMISA – 19 APR 2022 (06H20) Protest expected in the vicinity of the Lavumisa Border Posts from 10H00 today, 19 April 2022. The People’s United Democratic Movement (PUDEMO) will be embarking on a protest in support to participate in the border blockade under the theme #MswatiMustFall. Demonstrators will be calling for the release of pro-democracy Members of Parliament (MPs), Bacede Mabuza and Mthandeni Dube, and other detained political members. The demonstrators have vowed to hold a Swaziland Border Blockade. Several political parties, such as the United eSwatini Diaspora organisation, National Education, Health and Allied Workers’ Union (NEHAWU) and the Communist Party of Swaziland (CPS), will be participating in the demonstration, amongst others. Motorists have been advised to use an alternative route for the duration of the protest. Police are expected to be deployed to the scene.
  • HLOHLO – 19 APR 2022 (10H25) UPDATE Heightened Police presence reported at the border posts of Ngwenya, Mahamba and Matsamo. This comes amid the border blockades organised by the Economic Freedom Fighters (06H15) Protest expected at the Matsamo border post between eSwatini and South Africa in Hlohlo from 09H00 on Tuesday, 19 April 2022, by members of the Economic Freedom Fighters of Swaziland (EFFSWA). Participants are expected to protest in demand for democracy and the release of political prisoners in eSwatini. Motorists are advised of possible ground travel disruptions during the demonstration. Authorities are expected to be deployed in the area to monitor the event.
  • NGWENYA – 19 APR 2022 (15H35) UPDATE Demonstrators have dispersed from the Ngwenya Border Post. Eswatini Home Affairs officials have confirmed that the border is operating normally. Authorities are expected to continue monitoring the situation. (13H00) The Customs and Border Protection at the Ngwenya Border Post have reportedly closed the border gate due to the political parties who had entered into eSwatini. Motorists are advised to remain cautious. (12H35) Protest reported at the Ngwenya Border Post. The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) from South Africa have crossed over into eSwatini and are demonstrating in solidarity with the Swaziland unions, who are demanding democratic reforms and the release of political prisoners in eSwatini. Motorists are advised to remain vigilant. Police are on the scene.

 

ETHIOPIA- 19 APR 2022

  • KONSO – 19 APR 2022 (14H00) The United Nations (UN) has announced that an estimated 37,000 people are currently displaced following the eruption of intercommunal clashes in the Konso zone of Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples (SNNP) region in southern Ethiopia. The UN has released a statement indicating that this includes the displacement of more than 32,000 people in Segen Zuria Woreda and more than 3,000 people in Karat Zuria Woreda due to clashes between the Konso and Derashe communities since the beginning of April 2022. The Ale Special Woreda Communications Affairs Office has stated that community discussions are ongoing in various locations to resolve the conflict in the adjacent areas of Konso and Ale Special Woreda. Efforts are also underway to relocate civilians who have been displaced from Kerkerte Kebelle, Lageno sub-village and relocated to Maderia and Gizaba, Borqara, and Gegnara areas. The UN has stated that regional authorities have provided limited assistance to the affected population, including 50 metric tons of food aid.

 

GHANA – 19 APR 2022

  • ACCRA – 19 APR 2022 (02H00) Medical laboratory and Research Scientists are expected to meet at the CelebrateLAB West Africa Conference at the Alisa Hotel from 20 April 2022 until 22 April 2022. During the meeting, members are set to discuss solutions to increase laboratory capacity in human resources, clinical research, vaccines and additional medical products. Additionally, members are expected to assist in the construction of local building capacities regarding the manufacturing of COVID-19 vaccines and others.

 

KENYA -19 APR 2022

  • NAIROBI – 19 APR 2022 (01H15) Parliament members are expected to propose that learners be tested for narcotics at the National Conference in Mombasa on Wednesday, 20 April 2022. The tests are expected to gather and provide information for schools and parents. The operation is expected to increase rehabilitation efforts for students and identify suspected narcotics dealers. New laws are expected to be created for the operations. In addition, specified Government institutions are expected to be established for the tests to include both parents and schools in the process.
  • KISUMU – 19 APR 2022 (01H35) Police have launched search operations in Kisumu Central. This follows after the clashes reported at approximately 04H30 on Monday, 18 April 2022. Reports indicate that approximately three suspects allegedly caused the fatal injury of a civilian in addition to the injury of another. Furthermore, the Police allegedly arrested an injured suspect while two others escaped.
  • NKUBU – 19 APR 2022 (04H35) A quarry has collapsed in the Uuku Quarry Meru county. Reports indicate that two miners have been injured in addition to another two receiving fatal injuries. The Incident occurred after the miners cut stones that allegedly fell on them. The Police have called on mining authorities to evaluate their safety measures for the safety of Quarry Sites and Operators.
  • TIANIA – 19 APR 2022 (11H30) Protest reported in the Tiania area along the Meru-Isiolo border in Meru County. Community members have launched a demonstration to demand urgent improved security in the area. This follows the deaths of five people during an attack by an unidentified armed group in Tiania. Police have stated that five people had been shot dead and beheaded during the attack on Tuesday morning, 19 April 2022. Residents have alleged that the insecurity and lack of Police presence is an ongoing problem in the community. Motorists are advised to avoid the area.
  • NAIROBI – 19 APR 2022 (14H20) The Kish Island Free Zone Organization Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Mehdi Keshavarz, announced that the Kish Institute of Science and Technology is expected to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MuO) with a Kenyan company on investment and tourism. Keshavarz advised the Kenyan Ambassador to consider Kish Island’s economic, trade, and tourism capacities. Kenyan Ambassador Joshua Gatimi mentioned tourism opportunities in Iran and Kenya and proposed efforts to promote sports activities between the two countries.

 

LESOTHO – 19 APR 2022

  • MASERU – 19 APR 2022 (06H00) The Minister of Health, Semano Sekatle, announced the launch of the Human Papillomavirus Vaccine (HPV) vaccination for girls aged between 9 and 14 years, and it will be launched on 19 April 2022 in the district of Butha-Buthe. This follows after Ministry identified approximately 500 patients with cervical cancer, of which an estimated 346 cases were fatal in 2020. Sekatle stated that Lesotho received approximately 13,000 vaccines valued at M939,510. The Director-General of Health Services, Dr Nyane Letsie, noted that the public should wait approximately two weeks after receiving their COVID-19 vaccine before receiving the HPV.

 

MADAGASCAR – 19 APR 2022

  • TOAMASINA – 19 APR 2022 (11H00) The state-owned electricity company, Jirama, has announced a disruption of the power supply due to a technical fault at the Jirama Power Station in Toamasina. The affected areas include Tanandava, Betainomby, Antsarimasina, Barikadimy, Ambodisaina, Trano Mora and Farafaty, as well as along the national road RN2. A technical team have been dispatched to the area to restore the electricity supply. Residents are advised that relevant updates regarding the situation will be provided to the public as the situation progresses.

 

MALAWI – 19 APR 2022

  • LILONGWE – 19 APR 2022 (03H05) The Ministry of Local Government has announced the expected implementation of the secondary cities program. The project is set to establish new urban centres in the region. Additionally, the project is set to improve significant trading centres and trade centres surrounding major cities. The cities are expected to include Karonga, Nkhata Bay, Mangochi Bay, and others. The Minister of Information and Digitalisation, Gospel Kazako, noted that the Government is expected to repair the Ministry of Local Government systems.
  • LILONGWE – 19 APR 2022 (18H00) The Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi (ESCOM) has announced an extension of the country’s power supply interruption from the current six hours per day to eight hours per day. This follows the conclusion of Aggreko’s contract, which is set to reduce the electricity supply to the national power grid by 78 megawatts (MW). The conclusion of Aggreko’s contract comes as Malawi has previously lost 130 MW through breakages of Kapichira Power Station. ESCOM Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Kamkwamba Kumwenda has noted that the Energy Generation Company (EGENCO) is engaged in efforts to increase generation capacity in the national power grid.

 

MOZAMBIQUE -19 APR 2022

  • MAPUTO – 18 APR 2022 (19H00) The United States (US) Government, through the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the US Agency International Development (USAID), has announced support for Mozambique in the implementation of a polio vaccination campaign. This follows in response to recent cases of polio identified in the provinces of Nampula, Cabo Delgado, and neighbouring Malawi. CDC Mozambique Country Director Alfredo Vergara has stated that the campaign aims to contribute to the goal of eradicating the poliovirus worldwide. Vergara has noted that the first round of the campaign has reached 4,8 million children under five years old, which has significantly exceeded the target of 4,2 million children that had initially been planned. The US Government is supporting the Ministry of Health (MISAU) in planning, implementing, and monitoring the polio vaccination campaign in the provinces of Cabo Delgado, Nampula, Niassa, Zambezia, Tete, Manica and Sofala. Additional support includes polio surveillance activities to detect suspected cases and inform other needed preventive interventions and assistance from CDC trained staff who work along the Malawi-Mozambique border to implement vaccination activities to prevent the spread of wild poliovirus. The US Government also provides funding and technical assistance for local and international partners to support the vaccination campaign. The second round of vaccinations is scheduled to be launched on 28 April 2022.
  • MOCUBA – 18 APR 2022 (19H15) President Filipe Nyusi inaugurated a new Judicial Court building in the Zambézia province. Filipe has stated that the development has been established under the Presidential initiative known as the One District, One Dignified Court Building by 2023 initiative. The initiative aims to provide suitable buildings for the Judicial system to conduct operations, either through the construction or rehabilitating of existing buildings. The initiative covers 61 districts and is to be implemented in two phases.
  • MAPUTO – 19 APR 2022 (15H50) Flooding reported in several communities of Maputo, Mozambique. Maputo Councillor for Health and Social Action, Alice de Abreu, has stated that the recent torrential rainfall and localised flooding in Maputo and surrounding areas have affected more than 2,800 residents. Councillor de Abreu has noted that authorities are expediting efforts to provide assistance to affected communities. This follows as meteorological services have indicated that some areas are expected to continue experiencing moderate to heavy rainfall during the following few days.
  • MAPUTO – 19 APR 2022 (17H25) The Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID) announced that they are expected to allocate €1,6 million for projects in Mozambique and assist with the COVID-19 health program to strengthen essential services. The funding is expected to cover three AECID programmes. These programmes include the In The Struggle To Survive (ELLAS+) programme, the E-DUC@ project to be developed with the National Authority for Professional Education (ANEP) and the FONTEC project, which will focus on the recovery and conservation of mangrove green spaces.

 

NIGERIA – 19 APR 2022

  • KADUNA – 18 APR 2022 (19H00) Kaduna State Command Police Commissioner Yekini Ayoku has confirmed the restoration of security on the Kaduna-Abuja highway. Public Relations Officer Mohammed Jalige has assured motorists that the highway is safe for travelling. This follows after Commissioner Ayoku embarked on an official assessment tour of the national road today, 18 April 2022. During the visit, Ayoku held discussions with security personnel deployed at various strategic locations on the highway. Jalige has further urged motorists to remain vigilant for security threats when travelling on the road.
  • ABUJA – 19 APR 2022 (06H10) The Federal Government has announced that President Muhammadu Buhari is scheduled to hold a meeting with high-level military leaders and security agencies on Tuesday, 19 April 2022. The meeting follows amid an increase in armed attacks across the country, including the recent killing of more than 100 people in the Plateau and Benue States. Jigawa Governor Abubakar Badaru, who made the announcement following the conclusion of the recent Council of State meeting, has stated that the President is expected to discuss with agency heads the recommendations and comments by the Council of State on the deteriorating insecurity in the country.
  • NASSARAWA – 19 APR 2022 (06H25) Staff and retirees of the Nigerian Railway Corporation (NRC) in Kano State have appealed to the Federal Government to intervene in the eviction notice to vacate the railway quarters in Kano against the court’s ruling. This follows after a delegation of the staff union, Kabir Kuta, held a site visit at the property and expressed his dissatisfaction with the NRC management’s decision to sell railway property to private individuals against Federal Government’s monetisation policy. NRC evicted over 300 staff and retirees occupying the facility in Kano and sold the property to private individuals instead of the occupants as directed by the Government.
  • LAGOS – 19 APR 2022 (11H00) The Lagos State Government has reached an agreement with the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) to streamline security checkpoints along the corridors and feeder routes in a bid to eradicate traffic backlogs and mitigate illegal extortion along the Apapa/Tin Can axis. Special Adviser to the Governor on Transport, Oluwatoyin Fayinka, made the announcement following the conclusion of a recent stakeholders’ meeting with transport unions in Lagos. Fayinka has stated that the Government is expected to enforce zero tolerance on illegal extortions and criminal activities along the corridor through special mobile courts established to address the matters. Trucks will no longer be stopped at Ijora Badia, Mile 2 under and over the bridge, UBA, and truck movement will not be interfered with at NAGAFF, Area B, RRS Marine Bridge, 7Up, Fidelity Roundabout, Etisalat Roundabout and RRS. Fayinka has also stated that the checkpoints have been assigned to specific agencies, including the NPA. The Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA), Rapid Response Squad and the Nigeria Police Force are also expected to regulate several points independently, while Military checkpoints will be removed along the port corridors.
  • LOKOJA – 19 APR 2022 (11H45) The Kogi State Government has confirmed three new cases of Lassa fever in the State. Kogi State Governor Special Adviser on health matters, Abu Jibril Okikiri, has stated that the outbreak has been confirmed in the Ibaji Local Government Area (LGA) of the State. Okikiri has stated that affected people are receiving medical treatment at the Irua Specialist Teaching Hospital in Edo State. Okikiri has noted that the State Epidemiological Unit, in collaboration with the Kogi State Ministry of Health, has implemented measures to prevent an escalation of the disease in the LGA.
  • ABUJA – 19 APR 2022 (15H00) Minister of Mines and Steel Development Arch Adegbite has stated that the Federal Government is expected to partner with Belgium to improve the country’s mining sector. This follows a recent visit by the Belgian Ambassador to the Ministry. Adegbite further stated intentions to improve and strengthen the industry by fulfilling its mandate to diversify the economy, establish employment opportunities and increase the Government’s revenue.
  • OJODU BERGER – 19 APR 2022 (17H10) The Lagos State Consumer Protection Agency has mandated the immediate closure of a distribution warehouse located at Wilmer Street, Isheri-Ojodu Area of the State. The State Government has released a statement indicating that the closure had been ordered after the Lagos State Consumer Protection Agency (LASCOPA), Afolabi Solebo, led an enforcement team to the distribution warehouse. The visit follows after video footage emerged of an unidentified male selling hazardous and contaminated milk to members of the public at Ibidun Street, in the Ojuelegba area of the State. The suspect reportedly disclosed that the products had been collected from the warehouse at Wilmer Street during an interrogation by Nigeria Police Force officers. Solebo has stated that the measure aims to prevent the further sale of hazardous and contaminated products.

 

RWANDA – 19 APR 2022

  • KIGALI – 19 APR 2022 (00H40) The Rwanda Energy Company has announced the service disruptions between 21 April 2022 and 26 April 2022. On 23 April, the affected areas are set to be the Karenge, Nzige, Rubona, Mwurire, Fumbwe, Musha, Gahengeri and the Munyiginya sectors from approximately 12H00 until 15H00. On 24 April, areas of Kimihurura are expected to be disrupted from 08H00 until 12H00, and the Burunga village and Bwiza cell are set to be disrupted from approximately 08H00 until 16H00. On 26 April, the power is expected to be disconnected from approximately 08H00 until 16H00 in the Mirambi village. The public is advised to handle all outlets as live during the disruptions.
  • KIGALI – 19 APR 2022 (09H50) Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley seeks to establish a partnership agreement between Rwanda and Barbados to combat the fight against COVID-19. This follows after President Paul Kagame held a visit to Barbados and signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation between the two countries in various fields, including technology. Mottley has further stated that the Minister of Industry, Science and Technology, Davidson Ishmael, will pay a visit to Rwanda to establish an opportunity for investment. In October 2021, Rwanda announced that it would build a multi-vaccine plant using the mRNA technology of the German BioNTech plant, which was used to make Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine that is expected to be constructed by mid-2022.

 

TANZANIA -19 APR 2022

  • KABANGA – 19 APR 2022 (11H25) Adavale Resources (ADD) has announced positive results determined from a recent gravity survey conducted at the mining company’s Kabanga Jirani Project in Tanzania. This follows the recent launch of surveying operations with an initial focus on the Luhuma corridor, following favourable results from two previous smaller gravity programs. Approximately 24,000 gravity readings are expected to be collected, with 5,400 originating from Kabanga East, 11,200 from Kabanga Northeast, 2,900 from Kabanga North and 4,400 from Kabanga West. Adavale has stated that the results obtained to date have indicated multiple substantial gravity anomalies identified along a 12-kilometre area. Results also display indications of multiple intrusions along strike and adjacent to historically drilled mineralisation of 1,14% nickel over 8,4 metres. A fourth survey team is expected to merge the program within the following two weeks to focus on infilling anomalous areas identified by the regional teams.

 

ZAMBIA – 19 APR 2022

  • CHINGOLA – 19 APR 2022 (05H00) The Police have announced the results of a Police search operation. The search operation has been conducted regarding the attempted murder of a Chinese National in Chingola on 02 March 2022. The search operation has allegedly led to the arrests of five suspects. The Police indicated that two suspects, Cheng Moyn and Zhuang Pingzhen, allegedly hired a Ugandan and two South Africans to murder a Chinese national. The three suspects allegedly confessed that Moyn had provided them firearms in addition to K200,000 for the job. Additionally, the Police expectedly confiscated a firearm and an illegal Zambian National Registration Card from one of the hired suspects.

 

ZIMBABWE – 19 APR 2022

  • HARARE – 19 APR 2022 (07H45) The Department of Civil Protection (DCP) and the Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA) have issued a weather warning alert near communities near Lake Mutirikwi. Residents are urged to remain on high alert ahead of the expected spilling of the dam within the next 48 hours to 72 hours. DCP Acting Chief Director Nathan Nkomo has stated that measures are put in place to reduce the impact of the spilling of the dam. This comes as ZINWA recorded water levels at the Lake Mutirikwi at 98.9%. The residents downstream are advised not to cross flooded rivers and to ensure that any water abstraction equipment along river channels is removed or properly secured.
  • MASVINGO – 19 APR 2022 (16H00) Masvingo Civil Protection Unit (CPU) has announced that teams have been placed on high alert for potential flooding downstream of Lake Mutirikwi. This follows as the water body approaches spilling due to torrential rainfalls in the region during the preceding week. The lake, which is the country’s second-largest interior dam, previously spilled in February 2022 due to increased rainfall in Masvingo. The dam has also since been decommissioned from irrigating cane plantations in Chiredzi, with water collecting in the reservoir now earmarked for the planned Mutirikwi greenbelt. The Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA) recently released a statement indicating that the dam is over 98% capacity, with spilling expected after 72 hours if rainfall continues in the catchment. ZINWA has warned communities residing in downstream areas to exercise extreme caution as the risk of flooding is significantly high.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS – 19 APR 2022

  • ANGOLA: Italian Foreign Affairs Minister Luigi Di Maio and Minister of Ecological Transition, Roberto Cingolani, are expected to arrive in Angola on Wednesday, 20 April 2022, on a one-day State visit.
  • KENYA: Parliament members are expected to propose that learners be tested for narcotics at the National Conference in Mombasa on Wednesday, 20 April 2022.
  • LESOTHO: Protest expected by the Public Transport Association in Lesotho on 20 April 2022.
  • ZIMBABWE: Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to officially launch the 2022 Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF), which is scheduled to be held in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, on 26 April 2022 and 30 April 2022.
  • LESOTHO: A Peaceful gathering is expected by All Basotho Convention (ABC) members next to the Maseru Mall on 30 April 2022 at approximately 09H00.
  • MALAWI: The second round of mass polio vaccinations is expected to be distributed at the end of April 2022.
  • TANZANIA: President Samia Suluhu Hassan is expected to officiate the 2022 World Press Freedom Day in Arusha as the Chief Guest on 03 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.
  • MADAGASCAR: Protest expected in Antananarivo by the Taxi Association (TIM) and residents within Antananarivo on 13 May 2022.
  • 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.
  • 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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