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Botswana bans hunters after killing of research elephant

Today at 13:17 PM, via Reuters

GABERONE (Reuters) – Botswana’s government has revoked the licences of two professional hunters who shot dead a research elephant and then destroyed its collar to try to hide the evidence.

Africa: No Fruit for Uganda, Rwanda After 8 Hours of Marathon Talks

Today at 11:27 AM, via AllAfrica

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala, Uganda -After eight hours closed in a hall at Commonwealth Resort Munyonyo, delegations from Rwanda and Uganda failed to reach an agreement and decided to refer the matters to the head of states of both countries.

Africa: Rwanda Seeks Partnership Not Dictates – Kagame

Today at 11:11 AM, via AllAfrica

[New Times] Rwanda’s international cooperation efforts seek partnership with the rest of the world for shared gains not pursuing favours as a darling of the world, President Paul Kagame has said.

Africa: Uganda Stonewalls Amid Embarrassing Revelations

Today at 11:05 AM, via AllAfrica

[New Times] The latest round of talks between Rwanda and Uganda failed to reach a breakthrough on Friday in Kampala and representatives of the Ugandan government found themselves in an awkward position throughout the closed session.

Nigerian Usman retains UFC title

Today at 10:47 AM, via BBC News

Welterweight champion Kamaru Usman retains his title by defeating challenge of Colby Covington in the final round at UFC 245 in Las Vegas.

Africa: Culture and Doing Business in Africa (I)

Yesterday at 11:01 AM, via AllAfrica

[Premium Times] Lagos -… my framework relies on these factors – culture, doing business ranking, EM status, and soft power ranking – to recommend sectors in Africa that are likely to be successfully tapped by foreign investors. I rely on the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) in this regard. The sectors considered are as follows: energy, materials, industrials, consumer…

Nigeria has a mental health problem

Yesterday at 10:20 AM, via News24

One in four Nigerians suffers from mental illness, but help is hampered by tight budgets and a lack of skilled staff.

Former BP boss Lord John Browne on Brexit

Yesterday at 10:00 AM, via CNBC Africa

Lord Browne tells CNBC’s Steve Sedgwick why the UK needs to avoid Brexit turning it into the “sick man of Europe”…

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