[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -When Charles Sirleaf, the eldest son of former President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf was arrested along with five others, including former Governor J. Milton Weeks, last February, it marked a turning point in the controversy surrounding the alleged disappearance LD16 billion ($100 million (?88 million) from the Central Bank of Liberia.
[The Conversation Africa] In No Roses from my Mouth, Stella Nyanzi pens 158 poems from the Luzira Women’s Prison in Kampala, Uganda.
[Ghanaian Times] The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has introduced new higher denomination cedi banknotes and coins onto the market to facilitate business transactions.
[New Zimbabwe] Anti-government activists have called for a second, and this time five-day, shutdown protest beginning Monday, prompting the administration to warn that “we will not hesitate to enforce the law”.
[Vanguard] The Chairman of the ECOWAS Council of Ministers, Mr Geoffrey Onyeama says achieving the ECOWAS Single Currency by 2020 will be a challenge.
[New Zimbabwe] The crisis in Zimbabwe’s public health sector is set to worsen this week after some senior doctors indicated they are joining junior colleagues in job action that started more than fortnight ago.
[Nation] Kenya is set to launch its first Blockchain cryptocurrency known as tmxglobalcoin.com coin.
[Deutsche Welle] For the second time in two days, Tuareg groups have reported an attack near the Niger border. Large tracts of the country remain lawless despite a peace accord signed with ethnic Tuareg leaders.
[The Point] The governor of the Central Bank of The Gambia, Bakary Jammeh, has said that the country will begin replacing currencies bearing former leader’s face with ones called family notes.
[Foroyaa] Gambian President Adama Barrow will finally move to the State House in Banjul after being sworn in 11 months ago, Press Director says on Thursday 23rd November, 2017, in Fajara.