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"It is better to burn than to disappear." - Albert Camus, The Stranger
Africa


“I was assailed by memories of a life that wasn't mine anymore, but
one in which I'd found the simplest and most lasting joys: the smells
of summer, the part of town I loved, a certain evening sky, Marie's
dresses and the way she laughed.”

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"The Byronic hero, incapable of love, or capable only of an impossible love, suffers endlessly. He is solitary, languid, his condition exhausts him. If he wants to feel alive, it must be in the terrible exaltation of a brief and destructive action.&q
Africa


“In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible
summer. And that makes me happy. For it say that no matter how hard
the world pushes against me, within me, there's something stronger -
something better pushing right back.”
― Albert Camus, The Stranger

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04-MAR-2019 :: The Week that was Trump, Kim, Michael Cohen Indo-Pak, Tea and The Shilling
Law & Politics


The World is just so fluid and fast moving and in fact the velocity
makes me plain dizzy. Lets start with what CNN's Stephen Collinson
headlined Trump's Hanoi Hail Mary failed to score. This was of course
the big Set Piece in Hanoi. Before Trump walked away, Trump and Kim
did manage to dine together and partook of Shrimp Cocktail, Chilled
shrimp, romaine leaves, thousand island dressing, diced avocado, fresh
lemon and herbs, Grilled Sirloin with Pear Kimchi Marinated tender
sirloin grilled with sauce, served with kimchi fermented inside a
pear. Dessert was a Hot runny centered chocolate cake, chocolate
crumble, with fresh berries and vanilla ice cream all washed down with
Dried Persimmon Punch. The Gastronomy of these Big Set-Piece
Geopolitical Events is unputdownable as are the Optics.

I am sure Nicholas Maduro must be asking himself, what did it take to
get Chairman Kim a seat at Trump's dinner table. And the Point is
this, it took nuclear Weapons. And the Choice is binary, Dinner
''Grilled Sirloin with Pear Kimchi Marinated tender sirloin grilled
with sauce, served with kimchi fermented inside a pear'' or death ask
Muammar and Saddam.

Kim was surely counting on President Trump being a soft touch because
after all at the very moment they were sitting down for a chat,
Michael Cohen [The erstwhile Consiglieri] was opening with the
following  in front of the House Oversight Committee

“He is a racist. He is a con man. He is a cheat,” Cohen said in
testimony that outlined everything from Trump’s alleged involvement in
hush money payments to porn actress Stormy Daniels to his purported
knowledge of Roger Stone’s communications with WikiLeaks. The
President was at risk of being seen as a straw Man.

The Indian Sub-continent entered unprecedented Territory, we witnessed
the first  tit-for-tat air strikes between India and Pakistan since
the 1971 war. The First Casualty in any War is the Truth and when I
dialled up Indian and Pakistan TV, it was mind boggling, the decibel
level was at 11. Planes were shot down, an Indian Air Force Pilot Wing
Commander Abhinandan who sports the most compelling handle-bar
moustache I have ever seen was captured and then released. The Indian
Army said they killed hundreds of Militants in their attack but has
provided no evidence and Pakistan is suing the Indians for
''eco-terrorism'' Of course, Narendra Modi is up against an Election
and his entire political raison d'être has been built on the basis of
Make India [or is Hindutva?] great again. He cannot back down or it
will be a Jimmy Carter type moment. On the other side, we have a
neophyte Prime Minister Imran Khan whom I must admit has displayed a
very deft touch.

"History tells us that wars are full of miscalculation." he said.

''We in India may not like this, but in terms of pure optics,
@ImranKhanPTI at the moment is winning the day by taking the moral
high ground'' said  @sardesairajdeep

Arundhati Roy wrote ''Kashmir is potentially the most dangerous place
on earth, the flash-point for nuclear war'' in the Huffington Post.

You would have thought that Gold which is a Geopolitical Proxy would
have gone nuclear and the fact that it didn't is an interesting Price
Signal. India has withdrawn MFN status from Pakistan and therefore,
Pakistan will surely be a bigger Buyer of Kenyan Tea

“Pakistan imports around 65-70 million kg (mkg) of tea from Kenya
annually and this is bound to increase. This was reflected in the
price movement. Kenyan teas rose by ₹12-15 a kg today,” said Dipa
Shah, Chairman of The South India Tea Exporters Association.

These might be Salad Days for the Tea Crew like it once was for the
Coffee Kings [when we were Coffee Kingpins] in the 1970s when Brazil's
Coffee Crop was knocked out by a frost.

President Buhari won the election in Nigeria. The Big Story for me was
the low Turn-Out. It was just 36 percent, compared to about 45 percent
last time. The Stock Market is not enamoured with the idea of more
''Baba Go Slow'' economics and slumped on the news.

"There is no way in which one can buck the market." Prime Minister
Margaret Thatcher told the House of Commons many years ago and this
kept looping in my mind last week.

Firstly, the worst performing currency in the World in 2019 is the
Ghana Cedi which has retreated about -12.6% year to date.

“The performance of the cedi doesn’t correlate with the fundamentals,”
Opata said in a phone interview from the nation’s capital, Accra.

in Tanzania, the Shilling slumped to an all time Low. The Citizen was
shuttered for a week for writing a story about the same. The Bank of
Tanzania shuttered Forex Bureus after conducting unannounced
inspections. The Tanzanian Shilling is a continuous real time vote on
the state of Tanzania Inc. and the instinct to switch it off is
entirely a Fools Errand. The risk of an asymmetric down side move is
sky high now.

Meanwhile the Kenya Shilling crossed the psychologically important
100.00 mark last week. We underestimate the regional safe haven status
of the currency and I have noticed that these downside moves in the
Tanzanian Shilling are being mirrored by the strengthening of the
Kenya Shilling. The GOK appears to be inclining towards heavier
issuance in the Kenya Shilling with a tax Free Infrastructure Bond
slated for sale. If this is the thinking, then I expect the Shilling
to strengthen further as Kenya taps offshore funds. The Charts signal
a move as far as 92.00 but that might be too bold.

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Russian General Valery V. Gerasimov Pitches 'Information' Operations as a Form of War @nytimes
Law & Politics


General Gerasimov said Russia’s armed forces must maintain both
“classical” and “asymmetrical” potential, using jargon for the mix of
combat, intelligence and propaganda tools that the Kremlin has
deployed in conflicts such as Syria and Ukraine.
And he cited the Syrian civil war an example of successful Russian
intervention abroad. The combination of a small expeditionary force
with “information” operations had provided lessons that could be
expanded to “defend and advance national interests beyond the borders
of Russia,” he said.
The Military-Industrial Courier, a Russian army journal, and which
many now see as a foreshadowing of the country’s embrace of “hybrid
war” in Ukraine, where Russia has backed separatist rebels and used
soldiers in unmarked uniforms to seize Crimea.
In the 2013 article, General Gerasimov wrote that there were no clear
borders between war and peace in the modern world. Militaries fight in
peacetime, he said, and political and economic means are deployed in
war.
Russian strategists use the terms “complex approach” or “new
generation war,” according to Ivan Konovalov, a military analyst and
director of the Center for Studies of Strategic Trends.
In both The Military-Industrial Courier article and the speech,
General Gerasimov emphasized the importance of mixed tactics by
blaming Russia’s adversaries for using them.
“The Pentagon set about developing a new principle and strategy of
military action already called a ‘Trojan horse,’” he said on Saturday.
“The essence is active use of protest potential in a ‘fifth column’ in
the interest of destabilizing the situation, simultaneously with
airstrikes on the most important objects.”

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17-SEP-2012 "One of the defining bifurcations of the future will be the conflict between information masters and information victims."
Law & Politics


Information warfare will not be couched in rationale of geopolitics,
the author suggests, but will be "spawned" - like any Hollywood drama
- out of raw emotions. "Hatred, jealousy, and greed - emotions, rather
than strategy - will set the terms of [information warfare] struggles"

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The fundamental challenge for Facebook is this: It has represented itself as an "Infomediary" Facebook has been hawking this information as if it were an intermediary.. This is its "trust gap"
Law & Politics


The fundamental challenge for Facebook is this: It has represented
itself as an ‘’Infomediary’’ An infomediary works as a personal agent
on behalf of consumers to help them take control over information
gathered about them. The concept of the infomediary was first
suggested by John Hagel III in the book Net Worth.
However, Facebook has been hawking this information as if it were an
intermediary. This is its ‘’trust gap’’. That gap is set to widen
further.

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21-JAN-2019 :: "If the crowd disperses, goes home, does not reassemble, we say the revolution is over."
Law & Politics


A historical day in Algeria. This is probably the largest protest
in Algeria's history Algiers. 01 | 03 | 2019 #AlgeriaWakesUp
#حراك_1_مارس  #لا_للعهدة_الخامسة  @AlgeriaUp

https://twitter.com/AlgeriaUp/status/1101534172882132993

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Algeria: @MihrThakar
Law & Politics


Population (2017) 41.32m
GDP (2017) $170.4b
GDP per capita (2017) $4,123.39
Literacy rate (2015) 79.6%
Electricity con. kWh per capita (2014) 1,356
Price of electricity $0.04 per kWh
Budget deficit (2017) 6.4% of GDP
Capital investment % of GDP (2017) 47.78

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Kashmir is potentially the most dangerous place on earth, the flash-point for nuclear war. @HuffPost Arundhati Roy On Balakot, Kashmir And India
Law & Politics


With his reckless “pre-emptive” airstrike on Balakot in Pakistan,
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has inadvertently undone what previous
Indian governments almost miraculously, succeeded in doing for
decades. Since 1947 the Indian Government has bristled at any
suggestion that the conflict in Kashmir could be resolved by
international arbitration, insisting that it is an “internal matter.”
By goading Pakistan into a counter-strike, and so making India and
Pakistan the only two nuclear powers in history to have bombed each
other, Modi has internationalised the Kashmir dispute. He has
demonstrated to the world that Kashmir is potentially the most
dangerous place on earth, the flash-point for nuclear war.

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'We Will Always Live in Fear': What Life Is Like for Civilians in Kashmir @nytimes @gettleman
Law & Politics


In the decades-old enmity between India and Pakistan, one place almost
always suffers: Kashmir, the beautiful but cursed Himalayan valley
that both nations claim.
It happened again this week, as tensions between the countries
exploded. Warplanes screeched across the sky dropping bombs, and
thousands of soldiers mobilized in Kashmir, bringing the two countries
to red alert.
Pakistan’s prime minister, Imran Khan, called the pilot’s release a
good-will gesture, and with the United States, China, Russia and many
other countries urging both sides to de-escalate the crisis, India —
though somewhat humiliated — seemed willing to pause.
Pakistani officials brought the pilot, Wing Commander Abhinandan
Varthaman, to the Wagah border crossing in northwestern India, where
hundreds of people had gathered to receive him.
Several diplomats said that India’s prime minister, Narendra Modi,
would look like the aggressor at this point if India staged more
strikes, and that Mr. Khan had no incentive to push things further.
Mr. Khan’s priority has been to revive Pakistan’s listing economy, and
so far he seemed to have won this case in the court of world opinion.
His forces had captured an Indian fighter pilot, the pride of India’s
military. And his calls for restraint and peace, even if driven by
self-interest, seemed to play well around the world, even in India.
“Whatever Pakistan’s role has been in the Kashmir conflict, Imran
Khan, the prime minister of Pakistan, has acted with dignity and
rectitude,” the leftist Indian author Arundhati Roy wrote in an
opinion piece published in HuffPost. As for Mr. Modi, she called his
actions “unforgivable,” alluding to the always-present possibility of
a nuclear conflict between the states.
“He has jeopardized the lives of more than a billion people and
brought the war in Kashmir to the doorsteps of ordinary Indians,” Ms.
Roy wrote.
Many Indians, though, are sticking by Mr. Modi.
In recent days, several Indians said in interviews that they believed
his government’s claims that the initial strike on Tuesday had been a
success, and that Indian forces had vanquished hundreds of dangerous
terrorists. So far, India has offered no proof of that.
Instead, reports from the rural area in Pakistan where the bombs fell
cast doubt on the Indian claims. Witnesses said that the bombs fell in
a mostly empty forest and that the only person hurt was a 62-year-old
villager who suffered a small cut above his eye. “What terrorists can
you see here?” he asked, according to Reuters.
In Kashmir, people don’t know what to believe.
But Kashmir is a depressed place, with little development, few good
jobs and a sense of hopelessness. It has been down for decades, ever
since its people began chafing for independence.
Most of the area is controlled by India, a smaller slice by Pakistan,
and a small but dogged insurgency has been fighting against Indian
rule. Religion partly fuels the divide: Kashmir is predominantly
Muslim, like Pakistan; India is overwhelmingly Hindu.

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26 MAR 18 :: Sell Facebook. @TheStarKenya
Law & Politics


We just put information into the bloodstream to the internet and then
watch it grow, give it a little push every now and again over time to
watch it take shape. And so this stuff infiltrates the online
community and expands but with no branding – so it’s unattributable,
untraceable.”

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The fundamental challenge for Facebook is this: It has represented itself as an "Infomediary" Facebook has been hawking this information as if it were an intermediary. This is its "trust gap".
Law & Politics


The fundamental challenge for Facebook is this: It has represented
itself as an ‘’Infomediary’’ An infomediary works as a personal agent
on behalf of consumers to help them take control over information
gathered about them. The concept of the infomediary was first
suggested by John Hagel III in the book Net Worth.

However, Facebook has been hawking this information as if it were an
intermediary. This is its ‘’trust gap’’. That gap is set to widen
further.

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Surveillance capitalists depend on the continuous expansion of their raw material (behavioral data) to drive revenue growth. @FastCompany's @shoshanazuboff
Law & Politics


Facebook is an exemplary company—if you are a fan of “surveillance
capitalism,” my term for businesses that create a new kind of
marketplace out of our private human experiences. They hoover up all
the behavioral data they can glean from our every move (literally, in
terms of tracking our phones’ locations) and transform it with machine
intelligence into predictions, as they learn to anticipate and even
steer our future behavior. These predictions are traded in novel
futures markets aimed at a new class of business customers.

Surveillance capitalism was invented by Google more than a decade ago
when it discovered that the “data exhaust” clogging its servers could
be combined with analytics to produce predictions of user behavior. At
that time, the key action of interest was whether a user might click
on an ad. The young company’s ability to commandeer its data surplus
into click-through prognostications became the basis for an unusually
lucrative sales process known as ad targeting. In 2008, when Facebook
faced a financial crisis, Zuckerberg hired Google executive Sheryl
Sandberg to port over this scheme. (Facebook and Google did not
respond to a request for comment.)

interfaces to enable the unobstructed flow of behavioral data that
previously wasn’t available, harvested from your kitchen to your
bedroom.

Researchers now agree that social media introduces an unparalleled
intensity and pervasiveness of “social comparison” processes,
especially for young users who are almost constantly online. The
results: amplified feelings of insecurity, envy, depression, social
isolation, and self-objectification. One major study, published in the
American Journal of Epidemiology, concluded: “Facebook use does not
promote well-being. . . . Individual users might do well to curtail
their use of social media and focus instead on real-world
relationships.”

A 61-Million-Person Experiment in Social Influence and Political
Mobilization”—released in the journal Nature, detailed how the company
planted voting-related cues in the News Feeds of 61 million Facebook
users to leverage social-comparison processes and influence voting
behavior in the run-up to the 2010 midterms. The team concluded that
its efforts successfully triggered a “social contagion” that
influenced real-world behavior, with 340,000 additional votes cast as
a result.

“Experimental Evidence of Massive-Scale Emotional Contagion Through
Social Networks.”

“Emotional states can be transferred to others via emotional
contagion, leading people to experience the same emotions without
their awareness.”

When it comes to elections, others have learned to exploit these
harmful methods for their own political ends. The 2016 disinformation
efforts around the U.S. and U.K. campaigns were the latest
manifestation of a well-known problem that had disfigured elections
and discourse in countries as diverse as Indonesia, Colombia, Germany,
Myanmar, Uganda, Finland, and Ukraine.

These histories illustrate Facebook’s radical indifference, my term
for the formal relationship between surveillance capitalists and their
users. Facebook doesn’t care about disinformation, or mental health,
or any of the other issues on Zuckerberg’s list of resolutions. Users
are not customers, nor are they “the product.” They are merely free
sources of raw material. Zuckerberg, Sandberg, and the company’s other
top executives are not radically indifferent because they’re evil but
because they’re surveillance capitalists, bound by unprecedented
economic imperatives to extract behavioral data in order to predict
our futures for others’ gain. Facebook does not care because it cannot
care, so long as surveillance capitalism is allowed to flourish.

“We connect people,” he wrote. “Maybe someone finds love . . . Maybe
someone dies in a terrorist attack coordinated on our tools. The ugly
truth is that . . . anything that allows us to connect more people
more often is de facto good.”

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05-DEC-2016:: "We have a deviate, Tomahawk." "We copy. There's a voice." "We have gross oscillation here."
Law & Politics


“There’s some interference. I have gone redundant but I’m not sure
it’s helping.”
“We are clearing an outframe to locate source.”
“Thank you, Colorado.”
“It is probably just selective noise. You are negative red on the
step-function quad.”
“It was a voice,” I told them.
“We have just received an affirm on selective noise... We will
correct, Tomahawk. In the meantime, advise you to stay redundant.”
The voice, in contrast to Colorado’s metallic pidgin, is a melange of
repartee, laughter, and song, with a “quality of purest, sweetest
sadness”.
“Somehow we are picking up signals from radio programmes of 40, 50, 60
years ago.”
I have no doubt that Putin ran a seriously 21st predominantly digital
programme of interference which amplified the Trump candidacy. POTUS
Trump was an ideal candidate for this kind of support.

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05-DEC-2016:: From feeding the hot-house conspiracy frenzy on line ("a constant state of destabilised perception"), timely and judicious doses of Wikileaks leaks
Law & Politics


From feeding the hot-house conspiracy frenzy on line (‘’a constant
state of destabilised perception’’), timely and judicious doses of
Wikileaks leaks which drained Hillary’s bona fides and her turn-out
and motivated Trump’s, what we have witnessed is something remarkable
and noteworthy.

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Currency Markets at a Glance WSJ
World Currencies


Euro 1.1365
Dollar Index 96.44
Japan Yen 111.967
Swiss Franc 0.9997
Pound 1.3234
Aussie 0.7092
India Rupee 70.821
South Korea Won 1125.15
Brazil Real 3.7749
Egypt Pound 17.524
South Africa Rand 14.1727

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Presidential challenger @MartinFayulu claims DR Congo run by 'puppet' @thetimes @cristinalamb
Africa


Martin Fayulu, the former oil executive believed to have won the
December elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo by a huge
margin, will travel to Europe this week to plead with the
international community stop turning a blind eye to what he calls “a
massive lie”, and demand a rerun.
“I cannot close my mouth and accept what is happening,” he told The
Sunday Times. The central African country’s new president, Felix
Tshisekedi, took up office in January, but Fayulu denounces him as a
“puppet” of long-time former president Joseph Kabila. “I will not let
the destiny of an entire people be taken hostage by someone who
refuses to give up power.”
“How can you explain to the world an election where someone got 62%
but the winner was one who got 16%?” he said. “If the international
community accepts the fraud and lies, then I don’t see how democracy
can exist in this country. People will not vote next time.”
“The international community has two choices,” he said. “To recount
the ballots, or to hold new elections within six months under
international supervision.”
“Kabila is still there and controlling everything,” said Fayulu. “He
appointed Tsishekedi. Kabila will continue to run the mining sector,
the military, security, intelligence … Tsishekedi is just his puppet.”
Referring to an incident when a rubber bullet grazed his head in 2016,
he added, “I know Kabila very well myself — I received a bullet from
his forces.”

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06-AUG-2018 :: Horn of Africa all jostling for optimal "geo-economic" positioning.
Africa


Overlay the Geopolitics and its worth noting that the Geopolitics has
become much more fluid. Fluidity has been engendered by the
spectacular arrival of Prime Minister Abiy in Ethiopia [which is
land-locked, of course but a key Future Taker of Port facilities]

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"I want to clarify these reports that we are giving Zimbabwe hundreds of millions in loans. That is totally untrue," Mokgweetsi @OfficialMasisi told reporters in Gaborone @ReutersAfrica
Africa


“We are not giving them a single loan. The only thing we gave them
yesterday were medical supplies made in Botswana and supplementary
feeding worth 2.1 million pula ($197,600).”
There is $100 million credit from private banks in Botswana and
Zimbabwe to help Botswana private companies, Masisi added.
“What we have demanded, which we are waiting for, is a letter of
guarantee from the Zimbabweans to counter our own guarantee,” he said.
Masisi also said Botswana, which is the largest producer of diamonds
by value, would help Zimbabwe with its diamond trade because “it would
be useful and strategic for Botswana” as it aims to become a global
centre of diamond trading.

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South Africa All Share Bloomberg +6.57% 2019
Africa


Dollar versus Rand @RVAnalysis 14.1673

https://twitter.com/RVAnalysis/status/1102110223836168193

Egypt Pound versus The Dollar 3 Month Chart INO 17.523

http://quotes.ino.com/charting/index.html?s=FOREX_USDEGP&v=d3&t=c&a=50&w=1

Egypt EGX30 Bloomberg

http://www.bloomberg.com/quote/CASE:IND

Nigeria All Share Bloomberg +1.26% 2019

http://www.bloomberg.com/quote/NGSEINDX:IND
Ghana Stock Exchange Composite Index Bloomberg -2.36% 2019
http://www.bloomberg.com/quote/GGSECI:IND

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Nairobi-Addis Ababa road corridor boosts trade in East and Horn of Africa @AfDB_Group
Africa


Key figures

Trade between Kenya and Ethiopia expected to jump from US$ 35 to 175
million by the end of 2019
Average transport costs between Isiolo and Merille (Kenya) down from
0.49 to 0.28 cents/km:
Extra volume of goods transported to and from Mombasa reaches 900,000
tons per year.
The travel time between Nairobi and Moyale has reduced significantly
(from three days to less than 1 day).
The transport fare between Nairobi and Moyale has reduced from KSH
2,500 in 2013 to KSH 1,500.
Kenyan customs revenue along the corridor in 2017 was 16-17 million dollars.

The corridor consists of a 504-kilometre road linking the Kenyan towns
of Merille and Turbi, through Marsabit, and an additional
391-kilometre stretch running through Ethiopia linking Ageremariam,
Yabelo and Mega. The Bank co-funded the project to the tune of US$ 670
million, amounting to 64% of total project costs.

According to Bank projections, trade between Kenya and Ethiopia is set
to increase fivefold, from US$ 35 to 175 million by the time the
corridor construction project is completed. The intensity of foreign
investment in the region in the period from 2016 to 2018 should
further improve this performance. This is due to reductions in
transport and shipping costs of goods and the expansion of markets
beyond national borders.

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Uganda and Rwanda trade accusations over border crossings dispute @ReutersAfrica
Africa


Uganda accused Rwanda on Friday of blocking goods trucks and other
vehicles from entering the country, and of stopping its nationals from
crossing into Uganda amid a resurgence of hostility between the two
African neighbours.
Rwandan authorities have been blocking entry to vehicles from Uganda
since Wednesday, Ugandan government spokesman Ofwono Opondo told
reporters in Kampala, adding 129 cargo trucks were now stuck at the
border.
Denying this, Rwandan Foreign Affairs Minister Richard Sezibera said
trucks were being diverted to Kagitumba border crossing in the north
because of construction at the busy Gatuna border post.
 “Those who have gone through Kagitumba, they have crossed,” he said.
Sezibera said Rwanda was stopping its nationals from crossing the
border because Rwandans going into Uganda have been detained and
accused of being spies with no consular services provided to them.
“People are coming in, people are going out except for Rwandans who
have been strongly advised not to travel to Uganda because of
challenges of insecurity that they are facing there,” he said.
“It’s not up to Rwanda. It’s up to Uganda (to sort it out). Of course
Ugandans are welcome here, we have no problem on our side of the
border.”

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The master of deceit as always is spewing desperate lies. Understandably Empowering the church offends magicians and the evil spirits they worship. Shetani ashindwe! @WilliamsRuto
Kenyan Economy


The master of deceit as always is spewing desperate lies. The car gift
was bought by Christian leaders including UK and myself at the request
of  the chair of Catholic mps.Understandably Empowering the church
offends  magicians and the evil spirits they worship. Shetani
ashindwe!

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Plane carrying US Special Forces gets stuck on a sandy airstrip in a remote area in Kenya near the Somalia border. The US-registered aircraft belonged to Erik Prince (Note men in the bushes)
Kenyan Economy


Plane carrying US Special Forces gets stuck on a sandy airstrip in a
remote area in Kenya near the Somalia border. The US-registered
aircraft belonged to Erik Prince, founder of Blackwater, Trump’s
unofficial war advisor. (Note men in the bushes)

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N.S.E Today


President Trump looks set to bail on his Tariff War.
Get ready for a desperately bad deal said @hofrench Author and
Mindspeak Guest later this Year.
Gold with should have emitted some ''nuclear'' signals on the Indo-Pak
stand off has turned South and was last at 1285.00
“I want to clarify these reports that we are giving Zimbabwe hundreds
of millions in loans. That is totally untrue,” President Mokgweetsi
Masisi told reporters in Gaborone @ReutersAfrica
“We are not giving them a single loan. The only thing we gave them
yesterday were medical supplies made in Botswana and supplementary
feeding worth 2.1 million pula ($197,600).”
It has however transpired that Zimbabwe’s Reserve Bank has borrowed
$985 million from African banks including Mozambique’s central bank
and the African Export and Import Bank to purchase fuel and other
critical imports, governor John Mangudya said.
Mozambique is currently skint so that's a surprise to see them take up
a Lender of Last Resort role.
The Kenya Shilling is bang on the 100.00 psychological level,
supported by Remittances, a low Oil Price and probably a flight to
Quality as Folks look to exit the Tanzania Shilling which was last at
a record Low of 2,368.00
President Dr John Magufuli is trying to do something that No one I
know [except Mahathir] has succeeded in doing.
Mrs. Thatcher famously pronounced "There is no way in which one can
buck the market."
The Tanzanian Shilling is a continuous real time vote on the state of
Tanzania Inc. and the instinct to switch it off is entirely a Fools
Errand. The risk of an asymmetric down side move is sky high now.
The Nairobi All Share firmed +0.77 points to close at 153.68
The Nairobi NSE20 ticked -3.49 points lower.
Equity Turnover was light  weight at 263.276m.



N.S.E Equities - Commercial & Services


Safaricom firmed +1.34% to close at 26.45 and traded 3.348m shares
worth 85.891m. Brokerages have been materially upshifting their M-Pesa
Forward Earnings Curve [FY Mpesa Revenue clocked 62.91b +14.216% and
HY Mpesa Revenue acclerated +18.2% to 35.52b. The #Fuliza overdraft
Facility and Take Up is the proximate cause of the UpGrades, Safaricom
has surged +19.144% in 2019.

Umeme [which is cross listed] traded 22.055m shares and closed -6.48% at 5.48.

LongHorn Kenya rallied +2.341% to close at 6.12 with buyers outpacing
Sellers by a wide margin. longHorn is +32.75% in 2019 and in fact
reported some promising HY Earnings.



N.S.E Equities - Finance & Investment


StanBic Holdings which reported startlingly good FY 2018 Earnings last
week [FY PBT 8.947757b +65.661% FY Basic and Diluted EPS 15.88
+45.688% Cash and cash equivalents at 31st December 61.040397b
+136.074%] traded 800 shares at 93.00 -1.33%. Its a Buy on reverses.



N.S.E Equities - Industrial & Allied


KenGen eased -2.73% to close at 6.40 and traded 604,100 shares. The
market is being circumspect about pricing in the Geographical
expansion story.

Eveready was marked limit Up to close at 1.10 +10.00% on light trading.
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by Aly Khan Satchu (www.rich.co.ke)
 
 
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