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In Africa Today 9th February, 2018

In Africa today, the post analysis of Ghana’s State of the Nation’s Address still making headlines. In south Africa today the media disclose “South Africa: Parliament Must Schedule Motion of No Confidence for Tuesday”. According to the AllAfrica news portal, South Africa cannot continue to be held in limbo while ...

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In Africa Today: 5th February, 2018

Issues on South Africa’s Jacob Zuma still made headlines throughout the weekend. Monday starts with from Kenya. The media reports that “Africa’s highest paid Members of Parliament”. According to the news portal, Kenyan MPs are the highest paid parliamentarians in the entire East Africa region and some of the best paid on the continent. They ...

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In Africa Today: 25th January,2018

Welcome. In Africa today, the media reports “Libya to send special committee to Greece for seized ship” According to Xinhuanet, Bhelig also said that the Turkish parliament has been addressed, in order to respond and clarify the circumstances of the ship. Greek Coast Guards announced earlier this month that they ...

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Africa Today 23rd January, 2018

Yesterday was commemorated by news on George Weah’s inauguration. Today, the media reports issues that are making headlines in the various African countries. The citizen online portal revealed that “MPs threaten Transnet board, executives with jail for no show at parliament”. MPs on Tuesday read board members and executives of ...

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Malawi: Parliament to start probe of Malawi ‘Guptas’ in K567.8m claim

Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC)  will from Saturday  start investing a a K567 million interest payout controversy involving food supplier Pioneer Investments and Malawi Police Service (MPS), suspecting fraud with an arrest impending on the suppliers The PAC chairperson Alekeni Menyani said circumstances of the case point to possible fraud; ...

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Zimbabwe ruling party fires 11 Mugabe allies from parliament

Zimbabwe’s ruling ZANU-PF party has fired 11 parliamentarians, friends of former leader Robert Mugabe, as President Emmerson Mnangagwa continues a purge of officials that publicly supported Mugabe and his wife, media reports said on Friday. Mnangagwa, who came to power in November 2017 after 93-year-old Mugabe was forced to resign ...

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$100K saga unjustifiable – Ablakwa tells Committee.

Member of Parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has said charging expatriate businessmen as much as $100,000 to sit by President Nana Akufo-Addo at an awards event last year, cannot be justified in any way. According to him, there is everything wrong with that unacceptable arrangement. Appearing before the ...

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