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Daily Archives: May 13, 2016

My Angelic Voices

My Angelic Voices

Poetry How can I define you Broken vocabulary Incorrect grammar Observation shared Expression expressed   Poetry How can I define you Through the years You have kept My heart ...

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How to be an entrepreneur?

How to be an entrepreneur?

Being an entrepreneur is a high-risk, high-reward position. It is full of stressful situations, sure, but it is also full of rewards and a sense of accomplishment. It is not as ha ...

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Beauty tip: Maintaining your braids

Beauty tip: Maintaining your braids

Last week we spoke of protective styling this winter and we agreed that it is the best way to protect your hair during the dry and cold season and to be honest it's low maintenanc ...

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South Africa to revamp old power stations

South Africa to revamp old power stations

South African power utility Eskom has contracted coal supplies it requires for the next five years and will rather renew than decommission its ageing coal fleet, the firm's chief ...

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Kenya tourism rises from the ashes of terrorism

Kenya tourism rises from the ashes of terrorism

Kenya’s tourism has risen up to the March calendar year with foreign visitor arrivals growing by 16.8 per cent, reversing last year’s sharp drop. Official data shows that the numb ...

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Pope to examine women’s roles in church

Pope to examine women’s roles in church

Pope Francis has agreed to set up a commission into whether women could serve as deacons, local media reported yesterday, a potentially historic move that could end male dominance ...

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Coca-Cola cuts production in Namibia

Coca-Cola cuts production in Namibia

Coca-Cola has decided to stop the production of all canned drinks in Namibia because of a severe water shortage. "We will cease the manufacturing of all canned products locally, s ...

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How birds endemic to southern Africa are likely to cope with climate change

How birds endemic to southern Africa are likely to cope with climate change

Brian Huntley, Durham University Southern Africa is noted for its wealth of biological diversity and for its high proportion of endemic species. These are species that are unique ...

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How Mozambique can contain its debt crisis and avoid long-term damage

How Mozambique can contain its debt crisis and avoid long-term damage

Sam Jones, University of Copenhagen Mozambique’s return to the international limelight reads like a John le Carré novel. The elements of a bestseller are all present: growing inte ...

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How political interference keeps hurting Africa’s universities

How political interference keeps hurting Africa’s universities

Ibrahim Oanda, Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa Political interference in Africa’s universities is not new. Universities’ governance was seen as “c ...

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