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Geopolitics: Qatar wants its piece of the African cake

Qatar has joined the global powers and nations that are working to increase their influence on the African continent, opening its taps for aid and cooperation.

The small, but gas-rich nation has increased efforts to show it is a force for good in international security since its Gulf Arab neighbours imposed a diplomatic and economic boycott on it in June 2017, accusing it of supporting terrorism.

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Zimbabwe to run out of bread in a week

A letter written by the country’s grain millers’ group to the country’s bakers association says that the country has failed to pay for imported wheat therefore the country could run out of flour in a week. Zimbabwe imports wheat, which it blends with its local crop to make flour for bread, the country’s second major staple after maize meal. The government has not responded to questions yet.

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GoDaddy launches in South Africa

GoDaddy one of the leading website hosting providers will start operating in South Africa from the month of march. GoDaddy describes itself as the world’s largest cloud platform dedicated to small, independent ventures. The company, which is listed on the Nasdaq exchange in New York, provides website hosting and design, domain registrations, and other services. Founded in 1997 in Baltimore, Maryland in the US, It has over 18 million customers worldwide.

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MTN chief executive deported

MTN Uganda states that they have not been informed as to what would be the reasons for the deportation of its chief executive. The Ugandan government have only said that Wim Vanhelleputte was expelled from the east African country and put on a plan to Belgium for security reasons. It is not the first high-level executive to be deported, there were three other people who were deported in the month of January 2019.

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