Africa Daily News Reviews 15th November; Cameroon, Nigeria, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Libya 

Cameroonian security forces have been raiding homes in the Anglophone south-west region, searching, they say, for terrorists. But what they are collecting appear to be farm tools and household utensils, residents say. (BBC LIVE)

In Cameroon, The SDF party’s Members of Parliament this Tuesday, 14 November 2017 boycotted the opening of the Parliamentary session of the month of November at the National Assembly.(CNT)

EU treatment of migrants ‘inhuman’. In a statement issued from Geneva , Zeid Raad Al Hussein said African migrants were enduring horrific conditions in Libyan detention facilities. He called it an outrage to the conscience of humanity. (Africa Links 24)

President Muhammadu Buhari is to visit southeast Nigeria this week, his spokesman said on Monday, his first trip since taking office to a region formerly known as Biafra. (AFRICA NEWS)

Nigeria Senate Approves Buhari’s $5.5 Billion Foreign Loan Request. The president had in a letter on October 10 requested the Senate to approve $3 billion external loan and $2.5 billion Eurobond or Diaspora bond in the international market (All Africa)

Zimbabwe crisis: Army says it is ‘targeting criminals’, not Mugabe. The military read out a statement after taking over the national broadcaster, ZBC, saying it has taken action to “target criminals”. (The Zimbabwean)

Armoured vehicles were seen heading towards Harare but the streets of the Zimbabwe capital remained calm, a day after the armed forces chief said he was prepared to “step in” to end a purge of supporters of a vice president sacked last week. (Africa News)

Zimbabwe’s main opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) says it will oppose any attempt by the army to stage a coup, amid reports of a military convoy moving through the capital, Harare, AFP news agency reports. (BBC LIVE)

South Africa’s governing African National Congress (ANC) says it will not intervene to end the crisis unfolding in neighbouring Zimbabwe, amid fears that the military could overthrow 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe, the world’s oldest ruler. (BBC LIVE)

Tanzania domestic workers ‘abused’ in Gulf states. A Female domestic workers in Oman and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are subjected to physical and sexual abuse, long working hours and unpaid salaries, campaign group Human Rights Watch (HRW) has said. (BBC LIVE)

Kenya’s Supreme Court has begun hearing three petitions challenging last month’s presidential election re-run, won by the incumbent Uhuru Kenyatta with 98% of the vote. (BBC LIVE)



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