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The macroeconomics across Africa are impressive: Geoffrey White, CEO, Agility Africa

The world in 2016 is very challenging; energy prices have collapsed, China’s economy has slowed; political instability is amok in More...

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Rwandan president hits back at US

Kigali – Rwandan President Paul Kagame has hit back at the United States for criticising his decision to seek a third term in More...

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Nigeria: Economic Development and Growth in Nigeria

Economic development is a term that economists, politicians, and others have used frequently since the 20th Century. The concept, however, More...

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A Judge Overturned South Africa’s Rhino Ban—Or Did He?

Buying and selling rhino horn in South Africa may be legal again in the near future: Two rhino breeders, with thousands of pounds More...

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Shock results shake Europe’s big guns

Bundesliga leaders Bayern suffered their first league defeat of the season, losing to Borussia Moenchengladbach 3-1 Napoli lost 3-2 More...

The macroeconomics across Africa are impressive: Geoffrey White, CEO, Agility Africa

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The world in 2016 is very challenging; energy prices have collapsed, China’s economy has slowed; political instability is amok in the Middle East; ISIS wages open war; Russia More...

How a Nigerian built an African e-commerce empire from his bedroom

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As an Africa business coach and consultant I have the pleasure of wandering through African business news and related success stories as part of my job. And once in a while, More...

Barthe Cortes ‘ planes can fly to Sudan again

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Sudanese government relieved the  ban on BVC Cargo flights to Sudan. The ban on flights over Sudanese air space  has been  in force for  BVC since 2010. The media have never More...

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Somali President: Hard Times Driving Youth to Migrate

Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud said lack of opportunity is to blame for the number of young Somalis boarding rickety boats in hopes of reaching Europe. The United Nations More...

David Cameron under fire over ‘paltry’ £50,000 aid to Libya

The government has come under attack over its role in tackling the growing humanitarian crisis in Libya after figures were released showing that the Department for International More...

Gold triumphs among metals with best monthly rally

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For most commodity investors, January was one more bad month in a years-long bear market. Gold was the exception. Bullion More...

Zimbabwe to make Chinese yuan legal currency after Beijing cancels debts

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Zimbabwe has announced that it will make the Chinese yuan legal tender after Beijing confirmed it would cancel More...

Nigerian-pop-start-Dbanj The sound of young urban Africa is set to take over the world’s pop charts

London has long been one of the world’s most influential pop culture centers, particularly with fashion...

1 African animators get their big break with Walt Disney collaboration

The break for continental animators comes as a result of a collaboration between Triggerfish Animation Studios...

1 DJ Shimza blames Black Coffee for poor album sales

House and dance music sensation DJ Shimza has fallen out with his boss Black Coffee and...

Kenya’s President Signs Anti-Doping Bill

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NAIROBI—Kenya’s president signed a new anti-doping bill into law Friday. The country risked being banned More...

Sepp Blatter reasserts innocence ahead of FIFA ethics hearing

Suspended FIFA President Sepp Blatter again proclaimed his innocence in a corruption scandal gripping the world soccer body as he prepares..

Shock results shake Europe’s big guns

Bundesliga leaders Bayern suffered their first league defeat of the season, losing to Borussia Moenchengladbach 3-1 Napoli lost 3-2 to Bologna..

Astronaut Tim Peake blasts off on historic space mission

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Astronaut Tim Peake made history Tuesday, blasting off from a launchpad in Kazakhstan on his way to join the More...

World’s first washable smartphone to debut in Japan

A Japanese firm says it has the solution with what it describes the world’s first smartphone that can be washed with..

14 Dirty Photos That Show Why Soil Matters

1 Let’s face it: we treat soil like dirt. And for all our sakes, we shouldn’t. That’s the sweeping conclusion of the..

Astronaut Tim Peake blasts off on historic space mission

1 Astronaut Tim Peake made history Tuesday, blasting off from a launchpad in Kazakhstan on his way to join the crew of..
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The shocking state of soccer players’ teeth

Dentists checked the tooth and gum health of more than 90% of each senior squad at some of the UK’s top..
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Sudan threatens 25 Muslims with death on charges of apostasy

Twenty-five Muslim men, including three teenagers, are facing the death penalty in Sudan after being charged with apostasy for following the..
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Dire’ state of Robben Island under the spotlight

Cape Town – In an effort to up the overall visitor experience, Robben Island Museum has called on the private sector..