Next Week in Africa: October 28-November 3

Several important developments will occur during the week of October 28-November 3 that have the potential to shape geomarket outcomes in Africa.

October 28: Kenya Airways will inaugurate its direct flight to New York City.

October 28-30: The Canadian Governor General concludes her Côte d’Ivoire visit and travels to Nigeria.

October 29: Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed visits France.

October 29: The Nigeria Labour Congress begins a nation-wide strike. 

October 29: Deadline for comments on South Africa’s Integrated Resource energy Plan.

October 30: Germany hosts the G20-Africa Investment Summit.

October 30: The High Court of Lagos to hear case between MTN and the Central Bank of Nigeria.

October 30-31: Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed visits Germany.

October 31: Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille to resign from office.

November 1-10: The US Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs travels to Togo, Guinea, Mali and Nigeria.

November 2: The court case of former South African President Jacob Zuma resumes.

Related analysis:

https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/eritrea-ethiopia-borders-reopen-cross-border-fdi-to-follow/

https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/nigeria-8-billion-order-against-mtn-political-risk-as-usual/

https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/nigeria-cbn-seizing-banks-funds-affirms-rising-political-risk-outlook/

https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/democratic-republic-of-the-congo-inga-3-power-project-affirmed/

https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/kenya-bill-to-increase-debt-ceiling-defense-of-hegemon-imperatives/

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