[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -A group of Sudanese lawyers have filed a complaint to the Prosecutor of Khartoum North against deposed President Omar Al Bashir, former Vice-President Ali Osman Taha, former Parliament Speaker El Fateh Ezzeldin, and members of the Sudan Scholars Association, for ordering the killing of demonstrators.
[Ghanaian Times] The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has introduced new higher denomination cedi banknotes and coins onto the market to facilitate business transactions.
[Deutsche Welle] The relative stability Somaliland has seen for years is now at risk of coming undone.
[The Herald] Government will engage the Chinese Embassy in Harare to establish a common accounting position on how much Harare received from Beijing as development partner support for 2019.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam/ Dodoma -Opposition party, Chadema, announced its withdrawal from the forthcoming local government elections, citing massive disqualification of the party’s candidates as the main reason.
[East African] A momentous process is on the cards this end of November, and not too many people are paying attention.
[News24Wire] “It’s time for South Africans to start believing in themselves again.”
AFTER NEARLYtwo weeks of nationwide protests, the demonstrators in Lebanon claimed their first scalp. On October 29th the prime minister, Saad Hariri, said he had reached a “dead end” trying to deal with their demands over corruption and the stagnant economy. A package of meagre reforms, announced on October 21st, satisfied no one.
[AI London] The ‘government must repeal all oppressive laws being used to clamp down on dissent, and urgently end human rights violations and abuses’ – Roland Ebole
[263Chat] Officials from the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development today staged yet another no-show at the Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee (PAC) meeting were they were due to give oral evidence to the committee on the financing strategy of the Command Agriculture program, 263Chat Business can reveal.