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  • 02:47 Zimbabwe: President Mugabe Announces A Raft Of Reforms

    Zimbabwe: President Mugabe Announces A Raft Of Reforms

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    Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe believes the economy is on the path to recovery despite a host of problems facing the Southern African country. Zimbabwe's leader was delivering state of the nation address, the first in more than 8 years. Farai Mwakutuy

  • 02:03 South Africans Fear Proposed Reforms May Erode Ownership Rights

    South Africans Fear Proposed Reforms May Erode Ownership Rights

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    There are fears that the proposed new copyright and patent laws in South Africa could erode the rights of artists and inventors. Under the current Copyright Act, authors of literary, artistic and musical works enjoy copyright protection for life, and 50 y

  • 02:30 EU: Critical Reforms Needed In Zimbabwe

    EU: Critical Reforms Needed In Zimbabwe

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    European Union Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Phillip van Damme, says the Zimbabwe government needs to fully implement the Lima Agreement in order to attract the required lines of credit to revitalize the ailing economy. He speaks with Nigel Mugamu of 263Chat. V

  • 01:21 Gambia's New President Promises Sweeping Reforms, Opposition Chief Freed

    Gambia's New President Promises Sweeping Reforms, Opposition Chief Freed

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    Gambia's withdrawal from the ICC is now in doubt. President-elect Adama Barrow says the court promotes good governance -- and that is, quote, 'our principal'. Last week Barrow defeated long-time President Yahya Jammeh in the presidential elections. He's a

  • 02:21 IMF Initiates Talks With Tunisia To Accelerate Economic Reform Plans

    IMF Initiates Talks With Tunisia To Accelerate Economic Reform Plans

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    A team from the International Monetary Fund is in Tunisia to discuss economic reforms. The IMF has postponed a second tranche of $350 M of a $2.8 B loan to Tunisia. The country is seeking to revive its economy but faces an uphill task following the deadly