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Daily Archives: May 12, 2016

Yoweri Museveni sworn in for another term – Uganda

Yoweri Museveni sworn in for another term – Uganda

The ceremony was attended by several heads of state, including Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya and Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe. Mr Yoweri Museveni has been sworn in for another term as Ugand ...

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Popular Nollywood actress reveals what it takes to have a great marriage

Popular Nollywood actress reveals what it takes to have a great marriage

Beautiful actress, Opeyemi Aiyeola spoke about her marriage, stating how it changed her life and what is required for one to have a successful union. The mother of two boys who go ...

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African recipe: Pinto bean soup

African recipe: Pinto bean soup

This week we take a recipe from Uganda, their pinto bean soup is perfect for a winter dinner and will keep the whole family full and happy. Another great thing about the recipe is ...

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Algeria, France strengthen economic ties

Algeria, France strengthen economic ties

As a sign of the warming of relations between Algiers and Paris, the two countries signed on Tuesday in the Algerian capital cooperation agreements directly affecting social areas ...

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Egypt to construct new $45 billion capital – China pledges support

Egypt to construct new $45 billion capital – China pledges support

A major Chinese construction firm has sealed a deal with Egypt to partly sponsor an ambitious plan to build a new administrative and business capital for the north African country ...

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26th World Economic Forum on Africa – Rwanda hosts

26th World Economic Forum on Africa – Rwanda hosts

Rwanda is hosting the 26th annual World Economic Forum on Africa which started on Wednesday. More than 1,500 delegates from global and regional corporations are attending this sum ...

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Barclays Premier League relegation battle over: Sunderland cheers, Newcastle & Norwich tears

Barclays Premier League relegation battle over: Sunderland cheers, Newcastle & Norwich tears

There were some dubious dance moves from big Sam Allardyce after his Sunderland team maintained their Premier League status with victory over Everton last night but who can blame ...

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How bad is corruption in Nigeria?

How bad is corruption in Nigeria?

All week we have been discussing the furore caused by UK Prime Minister David Cameron after he called Nigeria "fantastically corrupt". Corruption is Nigeria's biggest challenge. I ...

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Porto Novo: an African city taking action against climate change

Porto Novo: an African city taking action against climate change

Lorena Pasquini, University of Cape Town Taking action against climate change is hugely important in the developing countries. This is particularly true for African countries, whe ...

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Do Nigeria’s big corporate fines signal the end of ‘anything goes’ in Africa?

Do Nigeria’s big corporate fines signal the end of ‘anything goes’ in Africa?

Kenneth Amaeshi, University of Edinburgh The recent sustained attention given to the economic performance of Africa is a sharp departure from the usual negative and patronising re ...

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