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South Africa: Families of Apartheid Victims Fight Prosecution Policy
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
usiness Day (Johannesburg) THEMBI Nkadimeng, whose sister was tortured and murdered by apartheid special forces, said yesterday she had forgiven the murderer but 'looked forward to his prosecution'. 'I would forgive him. In fact, I forgave him long ... more

Africa: Doha Round of Trade Talks Ready to Resume
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Business Day (Johannesburg) THE Doha round is on again. World Trade Organisation (WTO) director-general Pascal Lamy has set a date for trade ministers to meet between December 10 and 19 to try to thrash out a multilateral trade deal. Joshua Setipa, ... more

Financial crisis in Europe means hardship in Senegalese town
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
LOUGA) - In the northern Senegalese town of Louga most inhabitants depend on money sent from abroad to live but the financial crisis means immigrants in Europe have less money to send. European ministers host African counterparts at a conference ... more

South Africa: No Stopping Nehawu Congress After Court Bid
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
ape Argus (Cape Town) The Western Cape congress of the National Education, Health and Allied Workers' Union (Nehawu) continues in Caledon on Monday after shop stewards of the Ikapa region lost an urgent Cape High Court bid to stop it from going ... more

Nigeria: Senate Flays Re-Allocation of Teachers Council's Lands
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
The Senate Committee on Education has flayed the re-allocation of two plots of land belonging to the Teachers Registration Council in Abuja to a former Minister of Education and a South-West governor during the immediate past administration. ... more

Nigeria: Lasuth Resident Doctors Threaten Strike Action
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Doctors under the auspices of Association of Resident Doctors (ARD), Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) yesterday threatened to go on a warning strike beginning from December 1 to December 2, 2008 to ensure that ordinary citizens can ... more

Zimbabwe rivals in S Africa talks
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Experts have warned of an escalating humanitarian crisis in Zimbabwe Zimbabwe's rival parties are to meet in South Africa for talks aimed at ending deadlock over a power-sharing deal. Former South African leader Thabo Mbeki is to host the meeting ... more

Nigeria: Custodian Insurance Declares N1.26 Billion Third Quarter Profit
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Custodian and Allied Assurance Plc has declared a profit before tax of N1.26 billion for its third quarter ended September 2008 financial period. According to a statement by the company, its net profit before tax grew by 78.9 per cent from N702 ... more

South Africa: Abil Upbeat as Earnings Surge
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Business Day (Johannesburg) THE share price of African Bank (Abil), the country's largest provider of unsecured loans, soared yesterday after it posted a 14% rise in headline earnings to R1,5bn for the year to September but a 7% drop in dividends. ... more

Nigeria: World Bank - Nigeria's Debt Hits $3.5 Billion
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Daily Champion (Lagos) World Bank loans to Nigeria under the Bank's assisted projects since 1999 to date is about $3.5 billion including a recent $780 million loan granted for three projects. The agreements for the three projects for the $780 ... more


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Rwanda: CNLS Trains Programme Managers of Organisations Fighting HIV/Aids
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
The New Times (Kigali) Eighteen high level managers of civil society organisations fighting HIV/Aids have completed a month-long training on Leadership Management and Resource Mobilisation. The training which was organised by the National AIDS ... more

DRC: 'A cause for grave concern'
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Former Nigerian president Olusegun Obasanjo urged the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) president on Monday to talk with Tutsi rebel leader General Laurent Nkunda to prevent the conflict in eastern DRC from escalating into a new war. Obasanjo, ... more

Zim rivals in new bid to end deadlock
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Zimbabwe's political rivals meet in South Africa on Tuesday for talks to end a political deadlock, amid mounting pressure from regional leaders for a deal to prevent the humanitarian crisis becoming still worse. Negotiators from President Robert ... more

FACTBOX-Kenya's former Finance Minister Amos Kimunya
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Nov 25 (Reuters) - An official inquiry has cleared Kenya's former finance minister Amos Kimunya of any wrongdoing in the sale of a luxury hotel that triggered a political storm and forced him to step down, local media said on Tuesday. Here are some ... more

BRIEF-BHP up 25 pct in S.Africa after scraps Rio bid
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
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Shippers urge naval blockade of Somali coast to stamp out piracy
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
UALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - Shipping officials from around the world have called for a military blockade along Somalia's coast to intercept pirate vessels heading out to sea. Yemen's government says Somali pirates have seized another ship. Peter ... more

Somali pirates hijack Yemeni cargo ship
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Nairobi (Xinhua): Somali pirates have hijacked a Yemeni cargo ship in the Gulf of Aden, a maritime official said on Tuesday. Andrew Mwangura, the East Africa coordinator of the Seafarers Assistance Programme (SAP), however, did not say when the ... more

Somali Piracy and the Enchanting Water Circus
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
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Court rejects bail plea by eight Somalis
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
olice officers escort three of the eight suspected Somali pirates after they were denied bail by a Mombasa court on Monday. The eight were sent back to remand at the Shimo La Tewa Prison to await the hearing of their case on December 11 and ... more

Kibaki elevates KCCT to university college
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
KCCT elevated to Multimedia University as a constituent college of the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology. College has capacity to take an additional 2000 students in the first year of operation. President Kibaki has elevated ... more

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