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Salley named CEO of Africa U.; Orangeburg native, SCSU alum called ‘Mr. Africa University’

The Times & Democrat 27 Oct 2021
Salley has been named president and chief executive officer of Africa University (Tennessee) Inc. The Africa University (Tennessee) Inc ... Salley the first president/CEO of Africa University Inc., the U.S ... Local man finds rewards in helping Africa University grow ... is the oldest of three legal entities that comprise Africa University.
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Market shrugs off unfolding board spat as Pityana fires legal salvo on Absa’s chairperson appointment

Independent online (SA) 27 Oct 2021
ABSA’S share price remained unaffected amid an unfolding board spat that saw the financial group yesterday appoint Sello Moloko as chairperson as prominent businessman Sipho Pityana late on Monday launched a surprise legal salvo against not being chosen for the position.
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NIH awards nearly $75M to catalyze data science research in Africa

NIH 26 Oct 2021
This will include efforts to develop evidence-based, context specific guidance for the conduct and governance of data science initiatives; evaluate current legal instruments and guidelines to develop new and innovative governance frameworks to support data science health research ...
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South African politicians play up anti-foreigner sentiments to win votes

Anadolu Agency 26 Oct 2021
White businesses (in South Africa) have found new slaves in foreigners ... Mckenzie also said all legal foreigners coming to work in South Africa should have a special skill and come with medical insurance so they do not benefit from free government hospitals ... The known number of legal migrants in the country was 4.2 million in 2019.
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South Africa Cannot Afford Another Chief Justice Mistake

All Africa 26 Oct 2021
In real life, Professor Balthazar is one of South Africa's foremost legal minds. He chooses to remain anonymous, so it doesn't interfere with his daily duties ....
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Anti-LGBTQI bill will be passed with common sense – Speaker

Ghana Web 26 Oct 2021
“In fact, it has assumed some different dimensions. For me, this is healthy for a maturing democracy like Ghana ... Mr ... “I know Ghanaians are expectant and there are over hundred petitions before the Committee of Constitutional, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs ... Because it is not only Africa, the whole world is looking for the outcome of this bill.” ... .
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Public losing trust in media due to misinformation, fake news – Information Minister

Ghana Web 25 Oct 2021
Mr Femi Falana, a legal practitioner and senior advocate of Nigeria, bemoaned the unfair treatment journalists in West Africa were subjected to, which tend to violate their right of press freedom as stipulated in the constitution of these countries.
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Nigeria becomes first African nation to roll out digital currency

Al Jazeera 25 Oct 2021
The International Monetary Fund projects GDP for Africa’s largest economy to be $480 billion in 2021 ... In Africa, nations from Ghana to South Africa are testing digital forms of their legal tender to allow for faster and cheaper money transactions, without losing control over their monetary systems.
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Nigeria becomes first African state to roll out digital currency

Business Day 25 Oct 2021
The International Monetary Fund projects GDP for Africa’s largest economy to be $480bn in 2021 ... In Africa, nations from Ghana to SA are testing digital forms of their legal tender to allow for faster and cheaper money transactions, without losing control over their monetary systems.
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Nigeria bets on its own digital money after banning crypto

Al Jazeera 25 Oct 2021
The eNaira will complement the physical naira, which has weakened 5.6% this year despite the central bank’s efforts to stabilize the currency ... 1 ... In Africa, nations from Ghana to South Africa are testing digital forms of their legal tender to allow for faster and cheaper money transactions, without losing control over their monetary systems ... .
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USA to outline vaccination rules on international travel reopening

Hindustan Times 25 Oct 2021
The White House plans to outline the legal framework requiring Covid-19 vaccinations for most foreign air travellers replacing the current restrictions, as well as rules for exemptions from the requirements ... border controls, Ireland, China, India, South Africa, Iran and Brazil.
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Finacity, a White Oak Company, and DZ BANK Facilitate a 2.5-Year USD $150 Million Receivables ...

Eagle-Tribune 25 Oct 2021
Serving clients in over 65 countries, the company offers a wide variety of services focused on the distribution, importation and warehousing of chemical and agricultural fertilizers, enabling clients in Latin America, North America, Europe and Africa to receive a product which meets the legal, safety and environmental standards.
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U.S. to Outline Nov. 8 Int’l Travel Reopening, Vaccination Rules

Hamodia 25 Oct 2021
citizens who within the last 14 days have been in the United Kingdom, the 26 Schengen countries in Europe without border controls, Ireland, China, India, South Africa, Iran and Brazil. The White House plans to outline the legal framework requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for most ...
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US to outline November international travel reopening, vaccination rules

Independent online (SA) 25 Oct 2021
The rules bar most non-US citizens who within the last 14 days have been in the United Kingdom, the 26 Schengen countries in Europe without border controls, Ireland, China, India, South Africa, Iran and Brazil. The White House plans to outline the legal framework requiring ...
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U.S. to outline Nov. 8 international travel reopening, vaccination rules

Metro USA 25 Oct 2021
citizens who within the last 14 days have been in the United Kingdom, the 26 Schengen countries in Europe without border controls, Ireland, China, India, South Africa, Iran and Brazil. The White House plans to outline the legal framework requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for most ...
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