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Africa today at a glance

Posted AFRICAREVIEW.COM and Agencies

on  Tuesday, November 14  2017 at  10:22

Eyes on Zimbabwe

The situation in Zimbabwe in sharp focus after the country's army chief warned against purges in the ruling party following the sacking of vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa. He also warned the military could intervene.

Equatorial Guinea poll outcome

The Equatorial Guinea parliamentary election results expected following the Sunday vote that is likely to be dominated by the party of President Teodoro Obiang Nguema, Africa's longest-serving leader.

Somaliland counts votes

The self-proclaimed state of Somaliland awaits the outcome of a presidential election held on Monday, hoping to continue a series of democratic transitions of power that sets it apart from its troubled neighbour Somalia.

Lawmakers resume business

Cameroon’s two houses of parliament resume business in for the third and last session of the 2017 fiscal year after four months of recess.

Restive Cameroon city

Anglophone Cameroon's city of Bamenda restive following a series of overnight blasts.

Peacekeepers' mandate

The UN Security Council renews the mandate of the UN force in disputed Abyei, on the Sudan-South Sudan border.

Bashir in Uganda

Sudanese President Omar Bashir on second day of a state visit to Uganda at the invitation of President Yoweri Museveni.

Travel talks in Sudan

Delegates from the regional Inter-Governmental Authority on Development, the European Union and the African Union continue meeting in the Sudanese capital Khartoum to discuss the protocol on the free movement of people.

Dakar meeting ends

Last day of the 4th International Forum on Peace and Security in Africa in Dakar, Senegal.

Final World Cup qualifiers

Senegal take on South Africa and Burkina Faso face Cape Verde in the final Group D 2018 World Cup soccer qualifiers. Senegal have already qualified for the tournament in Russia.