ARC East Africa Weekly Chronology

23-29 Nov 2022

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Africa Risk Consulting monitors events around the region and provides users of the EAA website with this weekly summary.


Weekly Update on events in East Africa

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29 Nov 2022 Luanda (Angola) Angop Press News Agency. Attorney general Helder Pitta Groz says Angolan authorities have issued an arrest warrant for Isabel dos Santos, daughter of former president Jose Eduardo dos Santos, for mismanagement and embezzlement of public funds;

29 Nov 2022 Cairo (Egypt) Daily News Egypt. President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi and Equatorial Guinea’s President Theodore Obiang agree to further strengthen bilateral relations;

29 Nov 2022 Nairobi (Kenya) The EastAfrican. Treasury cabinet secretary Njuguna Ndung’u says Kenya has little wiggle room left for fresh borrowing as National Treasury increases efforts to swop short-term debt with longer-term issuances;

29 Nov 2022 Johannesburg (South Africa) Business Day. Official unemployment rate declines from 33.9% in Q2 2022 to 32.9% in Q3 2022 despite record power outages disrupting business and weighing on economic output;

29 Nov 2022 Johannesburg (South Africa) Engineering News. President Cyril Ramaphosa unveils a ZAR 300 billion ($18m) green-hydrogen pipeline under the Green Hydrogen National Programme in a move to make South Africa the “destination of choice” for Europe and Asia;

29 Nov 2022 Dar es Salaam (Tanzania) The Citizen. Agriculture deputy minister Anthony Mavunde says government has developed several policies aimed at increasing the horticulture industry’s contribution to the economy to $2 billion by 2030, up from the current $750m.


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East Africa Weekly Chronology – 23-29 Nov 2022