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  • 01:25 Zimbabwe's Mugabe Appoints 14 New Ministers

    Zimbabwe's Mugabe Appoints 14 New Ministers

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    Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe appoints 14 new ministers including his nephew as minister of the department that oversees the controversial policy of forcing foreign firms to cede majority shares to locals.

  • 01:52 Egypt's New Cabinet Comprising 33 Ministers Sworn In

    Egypt's New Cabinet Comprising 33 Ministers Sworn In

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    Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi, has sworn in his Cabinet comprising 33 Ministries, a week after he assigned Oil Minister Sherif Ismail to form one. The previous Cabinet resigned over claims of corruption and under performance. CCTV's Adel EL Mahr

  • 01:26 Council Of Ministers Of OAPEC Gather In Egypt

    Council Of Ministers Of OAPEC Gather In Egypt

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    Egypt is hosting the 95th meeting of the Council of Ministers of the Organisation of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries with the participation of 10 petroleum and energy ministers. The meeting will review Arab cooperation in petroleum, natural gas and pet

  • 01:46 Zimbabwe Ministers Split Over Deadline For Compliance Of Investment Laws

    Zimbabwe Ministers Split Over Deadline For Compliance Of Investment Laws

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    Controversy continues to stoke Zimbabwe's empowerment laws. This time after two cabinet minister issued conflicting messages about changes to the legislation which requires all foreign own companies to cede at least 51 percent shareholding to locals

  • 01:47 Zimbabwe Ministers Split Over Deadline For Compliance Of Investment Laws

    Zimbabwe Ministers Split Over Deadline For Compliance Of Investment Laws

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    In Zimbabwe where controversy continues to stoke the country's empowerment laws. This time after two cabinet minister issued conflicting messages about changes to the legislation which requires all foreign own companies to cede at least 51 percent shareho