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Good News from Africa! 1. 4th UN Environment Assemble ends with climate action pledges: After five days of talks at the 4th UN Environment Assembly in Nairobi, more than 170 United Nations Member States delivered a bold blueprint for change. They said the world needs to speed up moves towards a new model of development in order to respect the vision laid out in the Sustainable Development Goals for 2030. 2. DRC ruling party fails to get senate, seat Kabila coalition dominates: Former Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila’s coalition won a clear majority in senate elections on Friday, officials said, further undermining his successor Felix Tshisekedi’s ability to govern independently. Opposition leader Tshisekedi won a surprise victory in the presidential election on Dec. 30 over Kabila’s hand-picked candidate, Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary. Kabila was barred by term limits from standing for a new term after 18 years in power. 3. Ethiopia parties sign pact ahead of 2020 polls, PM stresses fairness. Competing political parties in Ethiopia on Thursday signed a peace pact as part of democratic efforts as the country gears towards crucial polls slated for 2020.Reports indicate that over 100 parties were signatories to the code of conduct document at an event held in the capital Addis Ababa. Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed signed the document on behalf of the ruling coalition, the Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front, EPRDF. He described the occasion as a democratic milestone. 4. Kenyan students march for climate action Nairobi: Kenyan students marched across the Karura Forest in the capital Nairobi on Friday for climate change action. These young people believe that ‘’ if we want the world to change we have to be that change. Every single person that has come out to march today is making a difference in our world. Even though our impact seems small, if you think about all the 98 countries and all the thousands of students who are doing the same thing that we are, our impact becomes big”, Ideja Efendija, a student said.
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Good News from Africa 1. Ethiopia parties sign pact ahead of 2020 polls, PM stresses fairness: Competing political parties in Ethiopia on Thursday signed a peace pact as part of democratic efforts as the country gears towards crucial polls slated for 2020.Reports indicate that over 100 parties were signatories to the code of conduct document at an event held in the capital Addis Ababa. Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed signed the document on behalf of the ruling coalition, the Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front, EPRDF. He described the occasion as a democratic milestone. 2. Cameroon Senate retains 84 year old speaker, Niat Njifenji Marcel: The Cameroonian Senate on Thursday (March 14) reelected Speaker Niat Njifenji Marcel for a one-year period according to reports. The 84-year-old veteran politician has served in the role since 2013. State broadcaster, CRTV, said he was a sole candidate in the vote to lead the lawmaking chamber. The senate has 100 members – 70 voted into the house and 30 appointed by the president. 3. Ambameyang visits Wakanda with Black Panther mask in Arsenal win: Gabonese international and Arsenal forward Pierre Emerick Ambameyang was in hot form Thursday night as the English premier league side qualified for the quarter-finals of the Europa League competition. Despite his two goals helping the Gunners to a three – nil victory over French side Stade Rennes, it was Aubameyang’s celebration that has attracted reactions on social media. 4. Celebrating African First ladies: Cameroon’s Chantal Biya: Often described as mothers to the nations their husbands lead, Africa’s first ladies are often expected to be unifying figures, serving the president of the nation and the voters who entrusted him the mandate to lead. A first lady by definition is the wife of the head of state, and it therefore follows that most African nations led by a male president, has a first lady. As of March 2019, all African countries have male heads of state. The last female head of state who led an African nation was Liberia’s Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, whose tenure expired in January 2018.
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