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2012-03-15 13:10:56 Major Trends Shaping Africa Policy [This is Africa] In this monthly summary of major trends shaping the African policy space, Exclusive Analysis's Natznet Tesfay looks at resource nationalism in Mozambique and South Africa, oil sector reform in Nigeria and the implications of a new Jihadist group's attack in Tamanrasset, Algeria for terrorist activity in the region.

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Saturday, 10-03-15, 17:10Cutthroat Competition Not Helping Universities[Nation] The higher education sector has been quite vibrant with the number of universities increasing tremendously.
Saturday, 10-03-15, 17:09Studies Resume At Mku's Kigali Campus[Nation] The Rwandese Government has ordered the immediate reopening of Mount Kenya University's campus in Kigali.
Saturday, 10-03-15, 17:00Fire Guts Kasungu Market[Nyasa Times] Malawians are now used to fire gutting markets. It has become the order of the day and the latest market to go up in Flames is Kasungu in the central region tobacco growing district.
Saturday, 10-03-15, 16:21No Exam Delays As Teachers Resume Duty[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Kenya National Examinations Council CEO Joseph Kivilu has ruled out a re-adjustment of the national exam timetable as demanded by teachers who resume work on Monday following a five-week-long strike.
Saturday, 10-03-15, 16:13Ugandan Soldiers Stay Put As Pull-Out Deadline Looms[East African] The deadline for Ugandan troops to leave South Sudan is less than two weeks away but Kampala is yet to give the order for its forces to start withdrawing as demanded by the peace agreement signed in August.

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