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MONDAY, 20 JANUARY 2020, 22:44


Egypt extends state of emergency to three years

Today at 20:16 PM, via News24

Egypt’s state of emergency is set to reach the three-year mark by April after the government announced it would extend it by another three months from Monday next week.

Africa: Malawi to Seize Golden Chance As UK-Africa Investment Summit Gets Underway

Today at 17:44 PM, via AllAfrica

[Nyasa Times] President Peter Mutharika on Monday led a delegation of Malawian leaders and businesspeople to the UK-Africa Investment Summit in London open by British Prime Prime Minister Boris Johnson with Malawi eyeing investments, continued trade and multilateral deals with a post-Brexit UK and deepening of political ties.

Africa: Nyusi Attending UK-Africa Investment Summit

Today at 17:33 PM, via AllAfrica

[AIM] Maputo -Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi is making his first trip abroad in his second term of office this week, to London, where he is participating in the United Kingdom-Africa Investment summit, at the invitation of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Africa: Abiy and Ramaphosa Re-Set Relations

Today at 16:54 PM, via AllAfrica

[ISS] Apart from the obvious benefits Ethiopian President Abiy Ahmed Ali’s reforms have brought to his own country and the region, they have also created the opportunity to revive rather dormant relations between Ethiopia and South Africa.

Africa: Next Generation of African Teachers Will Be Key Telco Customer Segment – Some Surprises With New Survey Findings

Today at 16:53 PM, via AllAfrica

[Balancing Act] London -The next generation of African teachers should be a key customer segment for telcos as they are already likely to be connected with smartphones and buying their own bandwidth. Russell Southwood talks to Jim Teicher, CyberSmart Africa about the findings of a survey he conducted among new teachers fresh out of teacher training colleges in Senegal.

Libya will face catastrophe if oil blockade continues -Tripoli premier

Today at 16:18 PM, via Reuters

BERLIN (Reuters) – Libya will face a “catastrophic situation” unless foreign powers put pressure on eastern-based commander Khalifa Haftar to lift a blockade of oilfields that has cut output to almost zero, the country’s internationally recognised premier said on Monday.

More SAA directors on the way out as airliner awaits R2bn bailout

Today at 15:44 PM, via CNBC Africa

SAA, the debt-ridden state-owned airliner is still looking for a R2 billion bailout from government. The airliner, which made its last profit in 2011, is also playing a game of musical chairs in the boardroom after the resignation of one of its directors, Martin Kingston. What does this mean for SAA and could we see job losses in the future? Aviation Analyst, Desmond Latham and Head of Trade...

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