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What African central bankers will discuss in the next seven days

A round-up of what MPCs may focus on in the next week.

Nigerian mogul Tony Elumelu targets $2.5bn power build-out

Elumelu to make investments through a subsidiary, Transcorp Power, to help boost power supply in Nigeria.

128 000 people in makeshift camps after Mozambique cyclone – minister

The death toll remains roughly unchanged at 447.

Food insecurity could increase in Mozambique this year

The challenge will be on the infrastructure side in the ports.

Mozambique flooding crisis classified in line with Syria

A million people have been affected by flooding in the wake of Idai.

Shortages of everything, and worries about relatives, for Mozambique flood survivors

Fresh water in low supply, medical tents cramped.

Flood deaths climb as Mozambique races to rescue stranded

Downpours continued to hamper rescue efforts.

Rescue teams race to save hundreds trapped by Mozambique cyclone

Hundreds still trapped by floods a week later.

Mozambique braces for more floods as cyclone deaths climb

Death toll rises to at least 202 people.

Africa’s richest woman reappointed to board of Unitel

Shareholders unanimously elected Isabel dos Santos and four other members to the board of the company.

Africa is running out of water as cities’ populations boom

Areas in several African nations have been plagued by water shortages in recent months.

Death toll may top 1 000 after cyclone rips through Mozambique

'If more than 1 000 lives have been lost, we won’t be surprised', Mozambican president said in a broadcast.

Kenyan drought leaves 1m people needing urgent food aid

Insufficient rains caused the number of people facing food insecurity to increase from 655 800 in August 2018.

Kenya graft probe of Treasury head highlights power struggle

Gloves come off in battle to succeed incumbent, President Kenyatta.



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