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    — The government of Swaziland will shut down about 29 secondary schools that are currently under-populated due to the migration of pupils to South Africa, APA reports here on Wednesday.

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    — Nigeria’s Foreign Affairs Minister Geofrey Onyeama says Abuja prefers a peaceful way out of the political crisis in The Gambia where an election dispute threatens its peace and stability.

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    — -Liberia’s National Elections Commission (NEC) has opened nominations for the Lofa County District#1 by-election, APA learns here Wednesday.

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    — As the year begins, Swaziland's labour force is taking off with resolutions to demand salary increase, with civil servants demanding 70 percent and textile workers demanding 25 percent.

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    — -Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has issued Executive Order No. 81, extending the suspension of tariff on agricultural equipment, live animals for breeding and agricultural seeds.

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    — – The Trade Minister of the Central African Republic (CAR) Hassan Come and Wing Wen Hao, head of the China Geo-Engineering International Corporation on Tuesday signed two draft conventions on cement and iron foundry in Bangui, the CAR capital.

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