Latest News October 18, 2015

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  • Zimbabwe: Macheso Rehires 'Rebels' for New Album
    [Zimbabwe Standard] Alick Macheso is reportedly considering rehiring some of the rebels from his Orchestra Mberikwazvo camp for the production of his long-awaited album.
  • Zimbabwe: Dangote Secures Investment Licence
    [Zimbabwe Standard] NIGERIAN billionaire Aliko Dangote is expected in the country “in the next few weeks” to lay the groundwork for his multimillion investments after he received a licence from Zimbabwe Investment Authority (ZIA), a close associate has revealed.
  • Libya: Security Council Urges Parties to Endorse and Sign Political Deal
    [UN News] Recalling their statement last week which commended Libyan dialogue participants on finalizing a political agreement for the creation of a Government of National Accord, members of the UN Security Council today urged all Libyan parties to endorse and sign it.
  • Zimbabwe: Govt Fails to Curb Escalating Unemployment Crisis
    [Al Jazeera] The Zimbabwean government is struggling to deal with a worsening unemployment crisis as companies collapse or are forced to make redundancies.
  • Zimbabwe: Grace Mugabe Now De Facto President of Zimbabwe
    [New Zimbabwe] “CAREFUL, there she comes!” said Mr Mugabe to David Smith of the Guardian (The Guardian 15.07.15) when asked if Grace has ambitions of being President of Zimbabwe. Earlier the reply was “She doesn’t have those ambitions,” how deceitful was Mr Mugabe about his wife’s ambitions.
  • Guinea: Incumbent Conde Wins Disputed Election
    [Deutsche Welle] President Alpha Conde won the absolute majority in the first round of Guinea election, according to country’s electoral commission. His rival Cellou Dalein Diallo has called for protests, labeling the vote illegal.
  • Guinea: President Alpha Conde Easily Wins Re-Election
    [Al Jazeera] Guinea’s President Alpha Conde has won re-election and will serve a second five-year term after avoiding a run off against his closest rival in last week’s presidential election.
  • Zimbabwe: Moyo's Daughter Struggled With Depression
    [New Zimbabwe] HIGHER and Tertiary Education Minister Jonathan Moyo’s daughter, Zanele might have taken her own life as she suffered from depression, family sources have revealed.
  • Nigeria/Burkina Faso: Super Eagles Beat Burkina Faso
    [Vanguard] The home-based Super Eagles defeated Burkina Faso 2-0 in Saturday’s African Nations Championship final round qualifier, first leg played at the Adokiye Amiesiamaka Stadium, Port Harcourt

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