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African recipe: chicken feet

African recipe: chicken feet

Chicken feet are not specific to a single country, rather its how they are prepared that differs from country to country. Here is simple chicken feet African recipe that will have ...

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Lagos’ historic ‘floating school’ falls during heavy rains

Lagos’ historic ‘floating school’ falls during heavy rains

Residents of Makoko, a community on the Lagos bay have started rebuilding their historic floating school which collapsed during a heavy downpour on Tuesday. Although the school is ...

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Six children die during baptism in Zimbabwe

Six children die during baptism in Zimbabwe

The two boys and four girls who died in Zimbabwe were among nine children aged between one and nine who were taken for baptism by two members of an apostolic church. Six children ...

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Sharapova banned for two years for doping

Sharapova banned for two years for doping

Maria Sharapova was on Wednesday banned for two years after failing a drugs test but insisted she will appeal a decision which could effectively end her career. Russian star Shara ...

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How to turn Africa from a “borrowed continent” to a global powerhouse

How to turn Africa from a “borrowed continent” to a global powerhouse

Michael Adeyeye Oshin, Université de Montpellier Although it’s problematic to generalise about a large, diverse place it’s fair to say that Africa is fast emerging as a consumer c ...

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To transform Africa’s economies, African companies matter too

To transform Africa’s economies, African companies matter too

Zainab Usman, University of Oxford A consistent feature of global analyses of Africa’s economic prospects is their fickleness. In the years since the global financial crisis in 20 ...

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3D-inspired hi-tech buoy takes African marine monitoring to new levels

3D-inspired hi-tech buoy takes African marine monitoring to new levels

Dirk Muller, Cape Peninsula University of Technology A hi-tech buoy that provides real-time data can play a key role in helping South Africa manage its coastal waters. It could al ...

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It’s time to bust the myth that Africa doesn’t produce scientific innovators

It’s time to bust the myth that Africa doesn’t produce scientific innovators

Stewart Maganga, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University The rest of the world has long believed that Africa can’t produce its own scientific inventions. This myth can be traced ba ...

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African proverb of the day 09/06/2016

African proverb of the day 09/06/2016

You must judge a man by the work of his hands. African proverb ...

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