Last week, the House Foreign Affairs Committee held a hearing into “counterterrorism efforts in Africa” that addressed some of these issues. And this week, following indications that the internal investigation of the August incident may have been inadequate, Marine Gen. Thomas Waldhauser, head of ...
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The courts' decisions on party members in North West, KwaZulu-Natal and Free State provinces, which mainly support Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, President Jacob Zuma's ex-wife and preferred candidate, added to disarray in the fractious race to succeed South African Zuma as leader of the ANC.
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December 15, 2017 Johannesburg, South Africa—South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC) expects to announce President Jacob Zuma's successor as party leader on Sunday, a spokesman said, concluding a bruising leadership battle that threatens to tear it apart before a 2019 election.
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His stint as an artillery officer led him to his first trip to Africa where he helped aid in the intelligence and communication fields. In 2009, Karman began his transition to military intelligence when given the opportunity to become an Army qualified instructor to teach at the U.S. Army Intelligence Center in ...
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“It's such a crucial conference that we have to look beyond our own individual feelings about the outcome and make sure that we come out of it to restore confidence in South Africa,” Sisulu said. “Our hope is to prove to people who might have lost confidence in us, that actually they were wrong.”.
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African markets are all too familiar with these conditions: In Nigeria, an estimated 36,000 women die annually giving birth in dark clinics. Across Africa, countries with little power infrastructure are already turning to accessible, more resilient off-grid electricity solutions. Puerto Rico, now an electrical blank ...
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"In Africa, thankfully, it is much better place today. It is free cash flow positive but when I look I think if I would have conserved that energy, capital and energy, probably we would have been better place today in our home market. Every entrepreneur comes to a point where you make some mistake and the ...
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The South African accounting watchdog has launched an investigation of Deloitte's audit of Steinhoff International after the retailer last week disclosed accounting irregularities that have triggered a share price collapse. The Independent Regulatory Board for Auditors said on Friday it would liaise with ...
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African countries dominated the first entrants unto the list. Appearing on the census for the first time in at least 12 months are Algeria, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of Congo, Somalia, Uganda, Morocco, Niger, Equatorial Guinea. Others were Cambodia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Iraq, Pakistan ...
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Energise Africa is a new ethical investment scheme which aims to raise £20m to provide a brighter future for more than 110,000 families and small businesses in sub-Saharan Africa over the next three years. Investors will find some reassurance that it is supported by UK aid money from the Department ...
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Sisulu and Ramaphosa announced on Thursday that they've agreed to work together in this weekend's election of new leadership for the ruling African National Congress, which could boost both their chances of winning the two top posts. Ramaphosa is a leading candidate to succeed Jacob Zuma as ...
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Dlamini-Zuma's team thinks Ramaphosa would not be decisive enough in addressing the gaping racial inequalities that persist in South Africa - the core of her campaign. Some analysts say Zuma's influence over who succeeds him has been diminished by his travails. The 75-year-old president has ...
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