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    16-Feb-2019 to 15:08

    Ethiopia, Djibouti sign 767km gas pipeline deal

    APA-Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) — Ethiopia and Djibouti on Friday signed an agreement to construct a 767km pipeline project linking the two countries.

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    16-Feb-2019 to 11:01

    S/African cabinet in daily updates on beleaguered Eskom

    APA-Cape Town (South Africa) — South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has appointed a Special Cabinet Committee to deliver daily reports to him on the action needed to secure South Africa's energy supply, the presidency has said.

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    15-Feb-2019 to 19:02

    eSwatini to empower 100, 000 on stock exchange – PM

    APA-Mbabane (eSwatini) — The Prime Minister of eSwatini, Ambrose Dlamini on Friday launched an Automation Trading System to be used in recruiting 100, 000 people into the stock exchange.

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    15-Feb-2019 to 18:48

    Sierra Leone terminates cargo tracking note contract

    APA-Freetown (Sierra Leone — The Sierra Leone government has annulled a contract with the Transportand Ports Management Systems - West Africa and the Global Transport and Maritime Solution which operated the country’s Cargo Tracking Notes (CTN) system.

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    15-Feb-2019 to 17:25

    Ethiopia set for 1.8m tons of coffee in 2024

    APA-Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) — Africa’s biggest coffee producer, Ethiopia has set to triple its production from current 600,000 tons to 1.8 million tons by 2024.

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    15-Feb-2019 to 16:19

    International trade set to reduce costs by 14 percent - WTO

    APA-Maputo (Mozambique) — The Director-General of the World Trade Organization (WTO), Roberto Azevêdo, believes that the implementation of the Trade Facilitation Agreement (AFC) could reduce the financial costs of the signatory countries' trade transactions, including Mozambique, by at least 14 percent, APA can report on Friday.

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    14-Feb-2019 to 23:21

    Ramaphosa clarifies Eskom restructuring

    APA-Cape Town (South Africa) — South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has reiterated in parliament that the restructuring of Eskom into three entities is not the path to privatising the cash-strapped power utility.

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