NAIROBI, Dec 2 (Reuters) - The following company announcements, scheduled economic indicators, debt and currency market moves and political events may affect African markets on Friday. - - - - - EVENTS: *MAURITIUS - The central bank auctions 91-day, 182-day and 364-day Treasury bills worth a total 1 billion rupees. GLOBAL MARKETS Asian shares lost some of their recent gains on Friday, after lacklustre sessions on Wall Street and Europe, while 10-year U.S. Treasury yields and crude futures pulled back from multi-month highs hit overnight. WORLD OIL PRICES Oil prices slipped on Friday as some investors opted to cash out after Brent touched 16-month a high on Thursday, with optimism over this week's OPEC-Russia accord on cutting output giving way to questions on the "sticking point" of implementing the deal. EMERGING MARKETS For the top emerging markets news, double click on AFRICA STOCKS For the latest news on African stocks, click on SOUTH AFRICA MARKETS South Africa's rand weakened on Thursday as the dollar regained recent losses on improved economic data, while stocks kicked off the last month of the year on the backfoot as lower bullion prices hit gold mining shares. AFRICA CURRENCIES Nigeria's naira is seen weakening further next week amid a crackdown on black market currency traders, while the Kenyan shilling may strengthen. NIGERIA MARKETS Nigeria sold 117.16 billion naira ($372.46 million) in short-dated treasury bills at an auction on Wednesday, with yields broadly unchanged from rates at the previous auction, data from the central bank showed on Thursday. NIGERIA BANK LOAN Nigeria's United Bank for Africa (UBA) has secured a $150 million loan deal with the African Development Bank (AfDB) to support infrastructure projects in Africa's top economy, the bank said on Thursday. KENYA MARKETS The Kenyan shilling was firm against the dollar on Thursday, helped by remittances from Kenyan nationals working abroad, traders said. KENYA OIL IMPORTS Kenya's oil importers bought more than 440,000 tonnes of oil products for January to early February delivery, about 7 percent more than what they initially sought through a tender, trade sources said on Friday. WEST AFRICA CRUDE OIL EXPORTS West African crude exports to Asia are set to hit 2.1 million barrels per day (bpd) in December, the highest level since July 2015, driven by pricing that made the grades more attractive when compared with supply from the Middle East. SOUTH SUDAN UNREST Ethnic cleansing is taking place in some areas of South Sudan and the stage is set for a repeat of the Rwandan genocide, the head of the U.N. commission of human rights in the country said on Thursday at the end of a 10-day visit. MADAGASCAR ECONOMY Madagascar needs to achieve growth of 6.5 percent to help it reduce poverty, the president told a donor conference in Paris on Thursday. MOZAMBIQUE PETROLEUM Mozambique's National Petroleum (INP) expects to sign new oil and gas prospecting contracts by early next year with the companies awarded rights to test for hydrocarbons across the country, an official said on Thursday. BOTSWANA MINING Russia's Norilsk Nickel said on Thursday it has filed a lawsuit against Botswana-based BCL Group to recover $271.3 million plus damages it says it is owed from the sale of a 50 percent stake in the Nkomati mine in South Africa.