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African Union Summit: Reform plans though no domestic will

African Union Summit: Reform plans though no domestic will

Traffic in Addis Ababa has returned to normal, presidential motorcades no longer burden a routes between a Ethiopian capital’s many hotels and a African Union headquarters. The 32nd AU limit has ended, and now a work starts as representatives lapse home. The AU was founded as a Organisation of African Unity, some-more than 5 decades […]

Businesswoman prepared to take on Africa by storm

Entrepreneurs / 16 Feb 2019, 07:00am / Luyolo Mkentane

Gene-edited animal devise to soothe misery in Africa

Gene-edited animal devise to soothe misery in Africa

Image copyright BBC News Image caption Prof Djikeng’s meditative was created by his childhood experiences A researcher in Edinburgh is heading efforts to rise gene-edited plantation animals for bad farmers in Africa. Prof Appolinaire Djikeng is building cows, pigs and chickens that are resistant to diseases and some-more productive. Among them are cattle that have […]

Statement by South Africa on Pulwama: South Africa condemns lethal conflict in Kashmir

Statement by South Africa on Pulwama: South Africa condemns lethal conflict in Kashmir

The South African Government condemns in a strongest terms a conflict in Kashmir, murdering around 40 confidence crew and injuring many others in one of a deadliest attacks on Indian army in this area for years. President Cyril Ramaphosa has, on interest of a Government and people of South Africa, extended a country’s deepest condolences […]

Global private equity giants are retreating from African investment

Steve Schwarzman, CEO and co-founder of a Blackstone Group. Photo: Mark Wilson around Getty Images Background: In 2014, Blackstone acquired control of Black Rhino to deposit billions into appetite and infrastructure projects in Nigeria and Ethiopia, though it unsuccessful to tighten a vast deals Blackstone was looking to finance. Blackstone’s depart comes after years of […]

Kenya urges Africa to foster mercantile anticipation to tackle income inequality

International / 15 Feb 2019, 10:00pm / Ronald Njoroge

When South Africa Cuts Off Power, Cable Thieves Move In

When South Africa Cuts Off Power, Cable Thieves Move In

While many South Africans spent a past week griping about rolling energy cuts, a outages valid a blessing for wire thieves, who are means to work during a blackouts but fear of electrocution. Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd., that reserve roughly all of South Africa’s electricity, imposed energy cuts from Sunday by Thursday since of power-plant […]

Africa's week in pictures: 8-14 Feb 2019

Africa's week in pictures: 8-14 Feb 2019

A preference of photos from opposite Africa and of Africans elsewhere this week: Image copyright Getty Images Image caption On Sunday in Los Angeles, a Soweto Gospel Choir poise for photographers after winning their third Grammy award. Image copyright AFP Image caption Malian thespian Fatoumata Diawara performs during a eventuality on a same day, with […]

A Bellwether for African Democracy: Nigeria Goes to a Polls

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Can France Ever Leave Africa? Airstrikes in Chad Raise an Old Question

Mr. Marchal called a president’s stipulation naïve. Mr. Macron, he said, “thinks he is a new one and doesn’t need to demeanour back. But, he has got to put on his shoulders a bequest of what France did in Africa.” Both a French guarantee and French snub confute a distant murkier reality. France continues to […]

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