NAIROBI, Aug 29 (Reuters) - The following company announcements, scheduled economic indicators, debt and currency market moves and political events may affect African markets on Monday. - - - - - EVENTS: *ANGOLA - The central bank to announce its latest decision on the direction of its benchmark lending rate. *Namibia's statistics office to release second quarter gross domestic product data. GLOBAL MARKETS Most Asian share markets tumbled on Monday while the U.S. dollar added to gains made after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen indicated a U.S. interest rate increase remains on the cards for this year. WORLD OIL PRICES Oil prices fell about 1 percent on Monday as Iraq's production rose and Iran said it would only cooperate in producer talks to freeze output if fellow exporters recognised its right to fully regain market share. 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 and bonds rallied on Friday as soft economic growth data in the United States ahead of a speech by the Federal Reserve chair upped bets the bank could delay hiking lending rates. NIGERIA MARKETS Nigeria's naira was quoted at an all-time low of 412 per dollar on the parallel market on Friday as a dollar shortage persists, traders said. Also, Nigeria's overnight naira interbank lending rate closed around the 20 percent level on Friday, a range it has traded all week because of low liquidity and the central bank's cash withdrawal through treasury bills sales, traders said. JAPAN AFRICA SUPPORT Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told African leaders on Saturday that his country will commit $30 billion in public and private support for infrastructure development, education and healthcare expansion in the continent. KENYA MARKETS The Kenyan shilling inched down on Friday due to dollar demand from the energy sector but traders said flows from the tourism industry were likely to offer support. KENYA BANKING Kenyan bank shares plunged for a second day on Friday after President Uhuru Kenyatta sought to boost the economy by capping lending rates and analysts said his attempt to encourage lending may prove counterproductive. GABON POLITICS Supporters of Gabon's President Ali Bongo and his chief rival both said on Sunday they were set to win a presidential election that poses the most serious challenge yet to the Bongo family's half-century rule in the tiny, oil-rich nation.