Next Week in Africa: November 18-24

Several important developments will occur during the week of November 18-24 that have the potential to shape geomarket outcomes in Africa.

November 18: Democratic Republic of the Congo opposition leaders Félix Tshisekedi and Martin Fayulu may return to the country.

November 18: African Union Heads of State and Government summit closes in Addis Ababa.

November 18: The Ivoirian opposition party the Rassemblement pour la Côte d’Ivoire convenes an extraordinary congress.

November 21-24: Mozambique President Filipe Nyusi visits Kenya.

November 22: Zimbabwean Finance and Economic Development Minister Mthuli Ncube delivers his national budget statement.

November 22-24: Angolan President João Lourenço visits Portugal.

November 23: S&P may review its South Africa credit rating.

Related analysis:

https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/democratic-republic-of-the-congo-oppositional-disunity/

https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/cote-divoire-presidential-candidacies-ethnopolitical-stability/

https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/zimbabwe-budget-policy-zanu-pf-getting-out-of-business/

https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/mozambique-funding-of-frelimo-renamo-security-political-cooperation/

https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/angola-portugal-date-for-prime-minister-antonio-costas-visit-to-luanda-resolved/

https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/south-africa-important-boost-of-domestic-investor-confidence/

https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/south-africa-compromised-economic-stimulus-credibility/

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