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Daily Archives: May 16, 2016

US, Somali and AU forces raid al-Shabaab

US, Somali and AU forces raid al-Shabaab

A coalition of US, Somali and African Union (AU) forces have carried out an assault on al-Shabaab bases in the southern Somali town of Barire, some 60km from the capital, Mogadish ...

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5 things entrepreneurs should consider when fostering teamwork

5 things entrepreneurs should consider when fostering teamwork

Whether in the workplace or even amongst members of a community, effective teamwork can produce incredible results. However, working successfully as a team is not as easy as it ma ...

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Tanzania removes ghost workers from public sector payroll

Tanzania removes ghost workers from public sector payroll

Tanzania has removed more than 10,000 ghost workers from its public sector payroll. The prime minister's office said payments to these non-existent employees cost more than $2m (£ ...

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Yamaha opens new assembly plant in Nigeria

Yamaha opens new assembly plant in Nigeria

Japanese motor company Yamaha, has opened a new plant in Nigeria’s commercial city Lagos. Together with French company CFAO, the two firms jointly opened the assembling plant whic ...

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Premier League roundup: Manchester City make CL with draw, Arsenal win to finish above Tottenham

Premier League roundup: Manchester City make CL with draw, Arsenal win to finish above Tottenham

Despite Manchester United's final game of the Premier League season against Bournemouth on Sunday was abandoned following a security alert at Old Trafford, the other nine matches ...

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Uganda confirms opposition leader charged with treason

Uganda confirms opposition leader charged with treason

A judiciary spokesperson says Uganda's main opposition leader has been charged with treason and jailed in a remote area in the country's northeast. Solomon Muyita said on Saturday ...

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Could early music training help babies learn language?

Could early music training help babies learn language?

Christina Zhao, University of Washington Growing up in China, I started playing piano when I was nine years old and learning English when I was 12. Later, when I was a college stu ...

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SA’s newest hip-hop sensation launches debut album

SA’s newest hip-hop sensation launches debut album

Britt Rubin popularly known as Lil Red is set to take the hip-hop scene by storm with the launch of her debut album Big Bad Wolf. The 20-year-old songbird launched her album at a ...

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Top 15 investment regions in Africa

Top 15 investment regions in Africa

The prime factors behind the sub-Saharan African growth story are strong macroeconomic growth and outlook, improving business environment, rising consumer class, abundant natural ...

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The myth of white purity and narratives that fed racism in South Africa

The myth of white purity and narratives that fed racism in South Africa

Nicky Falkof, University of the Witwatersrand In this extract from her book “The End of Whiteness: Satanism and Family Murder in Late Apartheid South Africa”, Nicky Falkof explore ...

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