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    21-Mar-2018 to 14:38

    Morocco: Currency floatation to boost real estate market - JLL

    APA-Dakar (Senegal) — Earlier this year, the Moroccan Central Bank (Bank Al-Maghrib) introduced the gradual floatation of the Moroccan Dirham, providing more flexibility to real estate investors and paving the way for a more buoyant real estate market in the year ahead.

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    21-Mar-2018 to 12:38

    WAEC discusses exams malpractices at Banjul meeting

    APA-Banjul (The Gambia) — Delegates from the five member countries of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) are discussing tackling examination malpractices, and other fraudulent acts that could jeopardise the standard and reputation of the body.

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    21-Mar-2018 to 11:10

    Sierra Leone papers zoom in on elections

    APA-Freetown (Sierra Leone) — Wednesday’s edition of the Sierra Leonean papers is dominated by the electioneering process, particularly the preparations towards the presidential run-off and the outcome of the March 7 first round.

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    20-Mar-2018 to 19:58

    Listeriosis: Mozambique torches 55 tonnes of imported meat

    APA-Maputo (Mozambique) — The Inspector General of the National Inspectorate of Economic Activities (INAE) in Mozambique, Acacio Foia said his department has incinerated 55 tonnes of assorted types of processed meat from South Africa worth $210,000.

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    20-Mar-2018 to 19:20

    Switzerland hosts Ivorian football crisis meeting

    APA-Abidjan (C/Ivoire) — The crisis blighting Ivorian football is at the center of a roundtable in Switzerland between the President of the country’s governing body for the sport and local club representatives.

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    20-Mar-2018 to 17:27

    S/Leone: Politics of ethnicity threatens run-off

    APA-Freetown-(Sierra Leone) — The results of Sierra Leone's presidential, parliamentary and local elections on March 7th, have brought into sharper focus the debate about ethnically-driven politics which is threatening next week's run-off between candidates of the country's two biggest parties.

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    20-Mar-2018 to 14:00

    The Saudis take on Radical Islam: Crown Prince charts course toward moderation B...

    APA-Dakar (Senegal) — The year 1979 was a watershed for the Middle East. Iranian revolutionaries overthrew the shah, the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan, and Sunni Islamic extremists tried to take over the Grand Mosque of Mecca in Saudi Arabia, Islam’s holiest shrine. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman hadn’t been born, but he is fighting the ghosts of 1979 as he dramatically reforms the kingdom.

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