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Sudanese army chief issues decree forming transitional Sovereign Council

Khartoum, Sudan | Xinhua | General Commander of the Sudanese Armed Forces Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan on Thursday issued a constitutional decree forming a transitional Sovereign Council, headed by himself, Sudan TV reported. The decree stipulated naming Al-Burhan as Chairman of the Sovereign Council, and Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Daqlu as deputy chairman. …

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Records broken at 8th Africa Early Stage Investor Summit

Amsterdam, Netherlands | THE INDEPENDENT |  Investors at the 8th Africa Early Stage Investor Summit (AESIS ) held November 3-5 celebrated record-breaking deal-making on the continent surpassing $3 billion invested in 2021 into African startups. AESIS 2021 showed that the number of startups securing funding in Africa outpaces funding for …

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MP Kinywamachunda leads Uganda to Abuja Africa conference

  Godfrey Ssali | THE INDEPENDENT | Kabula County Member of Parliament Enos Asiimwe Kinywamachunda is leading a high-level delegation of Members of Parliament that are representing Uganda at the 51st Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) – Africa Region Conference taking place in Abuja, Nigeria November 8th to 14th November, 2021. Kinywamachunda who doubles …

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Sudanese court orders restoration of internet service

Khartoum, Sudan | Xinhua | A Sudanese court on Tuesday issued a ruling requiring the communications companies to immediately restore the internet service which has been blocked since Oct. 25. “The judge of Khartoum North Court has issued a ruling on the case filed by Sudanese consumers protection society obligating the …

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DR Congo army claims M23 rebels attacking military positions

Kinshasa, DRC | Xinhua | The Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (FARDC) on Monday accused the March 23 Movement (M23) of conducting attacks in DRC’s northeastern border region with Uganda, where violence has escalated since the beginning of this year due to presence of numerous armed groups. The …

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