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Daily Archives: April 25, 2016

8 things you need to know about Ini Edo

8 things you need to know about Ini Edo

Ini Edo is among the top actresses in Nollywood (the Nigerian film industry). Her very first film was Thick Madam in 2003. To celebrate her career, we share eight interesting fact ...

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Africa and Russia strengthen ties to build on their potential

Africa and Russia strengthen ties to build on their potential

The Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, on Thursday 21 April , concluded her second official visit to Russia, which ended on a high note, with ...

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Africa’s longest-serving leaders still in power

Africa’s longest-serving leaders still in power

Africa has seen so many leaders. Some who didn’t stay in power too long, some who have stayed in power too long. Earning the titles of liberators, god-sent angels and godfathers, ...

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Tanzania launches investment guide

Tanzania launches investment guide

Tanzanian authorities on Saturday launched a public investment management manual aimed at overseeing the implementation of all public investment projects in the east African natio ...

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Mourinho appointed new Manchester United coach

Mourinho appointed new Manchester United coach

Manchester United will announce Jose Mourinho as their next manager within the next two weeks after he signed a deal to replace Louis van Gaal. The former Chelsea coach has been i ...

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A tribute to Papa Wemba

A tribute to Papa Wemba

Tributes are being paid to the influential Congolese musician Papa Wemba who died on Sunday aged 66 after collapsing during a concert in Ivory Coast's main city, Abidjan. His pion ...

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Concern over rising political tensions in some parts of the DRC

Concern over rising political tensions in some parts of the DRC

The Special Representative of the Secretary General (SRSG) for the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Head of MONUSCO, Maman Sidikou, has expressed serious concern about r ...

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IOM, Partners Unite to ‘End Malaria For Good’

IOM, Partners Unite to ‘End Malaria For Good’

Today, World Malaria Day 2016, IOM joins the World Health Organization, Member States, global health stakeholders and key affected communities in calling for concerted and coordin ...

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African leaders step up to the plate to narrow immunisation gaps

African leaders step up to the plate to narrow immunisation gaps

Six of the ten countries that are home to 60% of unvaccinated children in the world are in Africa. There have been fresh steps to narrow this gap: African ministers have committed ...

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Africa needs smart macroeconomic policies to navigate headwinds

Africa needs smart macroeconomic policies to navigate headwinds

When African finance ministers and central bankers gathered in April 2016 in Washington, US, for the International Monetary Fund and World Bank Spring Meetings they encountered so ...

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