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10 foods that should be in your diet if you are diabetic

10 foods that should be in your diet if you are diabetic

Living with any type of diabetes isn't best, however, a proper diabetes diet and exercise system can help you live a happy and full life. The perfect diet for diabetes is food tha ...

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Kenya and Rwanda represent East Africa among prosperous states in Africa

Kenya and Rwanda represent East Africa among prosperous states in Africa

Kenya and Rwanda are the only East African countries to make the top dozen most prosperous states in Africa, according to a new report. The Legatum Institute’s 2016 Africa Prosper ...

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Ghana, Ivory Coast meet to solve oil battle over sea boundary

Ghana, Ivory Coast meet to solve oil battle over sea boundary

Ghana's President John Dramani Mahama met his counterpart in Ivory Coast on Tuesday even as the two oil-producers argue over a maritime border key to drilling. The border cuts thr ...

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At least 15 dead, Al Shabaab car bomber strikes hotel in Mogadishu

At least 15 dead, Al Shabaab car bomber strikes hotel in Mogadishu

A suicide car bomber crashed into a gate outside a hotel patronised by lawmakers in the center of the Somali capital of Mogadishu on Wednesday and the attack was followed by gunfi ...

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Sage’s Ivan Epstein appointed as a judge for the EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year™ Award in Monaco

Sage’s Ivan Epstein appointed as a judge for the EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year™ Award in Monaco

Ivan Epstein (https://twitter.com/IvanEpstein) – President of Sage International (www.Sage.com) has been appointed to the judging panel for the 16th EY World Entrepreneur Of The Y ...

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Agility Launches 2nd Annual Modern Africa Photo Competition

Agility Launches 2nd Annual Modern Africa Photo Competition

Agility (Agility.com/africa), a global leader in integrated logistics, today launched its Africa 2016 Photo Competition (Africa-2016.com), an effort to inspire and showcase images ...

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Ongoing conflicts and droughts exacerbate food needs

Ongoing conflicts and droughts exacerbate food needs

Drought linked to El Niño and civil conflict have pushed the number of countries currently in need of external food assistance up to 37 from 34 in March, according to a new FAO re ...

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Guinea to get $15 million from World Bank to lift agriculture

Guinea to get $15 million from World Bank to lift agriculture

Guinea is expected to receive $15 million dollars from the World Bank to support the country’s economy after it was battered by the Ebola epidemic. The funds will go towards the a ...

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African recipe: Mopane worms (Madora)

African recipe: Mopane worms (Madora)

Madora is a traditional Zimbabwean delicacy that is enjoyed by those who have acquired the taste! This delicacy is mostly cooked in the rural areas, and is a dish that a Zimbabwea ...

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Corporate reputation: how can businesses get it right?

Corporate reputation: how can businesses get it right?

In an increasingly competitive market, organisations with a robust reputation can stay one step ahead of their competitors. Reputation is more than just clever communication manag ...

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