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The ICC targets African leaders – Namibia

The ICC targets African leaders – Namibia

Namibia would remain a member of the International Criminal Court (ICC) if the United States joined, Namibia's president Hage Geingob told Reuters in London on Thursday. Namibia said in March that it ...

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World population reaches 7.4 billion

World population reaches 7.4 billion

The world’s population grew slightly to 7.4 billion in 2016, the UN said yesterday, with a substantial youth swell challenging political and social systems across the planet. The United Nations Popula ...

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Nestlé to produce low sugar products

Nestlé to produce low sugar products

Molecular science may hold the key to us using less sugar. Nestlé says it has found a way to hollow out sugar molecules, meaning they dissolve faster for a better rush. The world’s largest packaged fo ...

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How to improve service during festive season

How to improve service during festive season

Simply doing business as usual during the festive season won’t cut it. Some preparation can aid, if in nothing else than avoiding damage to your brand reputation. When it comes to preparing for the ho ...

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Hope is high – World AIDS Day 2016

Hope is high – World AIDS Day 2016

For nearly three decades every December 1, we have heard about the tragedy of AIDS. Activists the world over put a spotlight on the AIDS virus on this day, World AIDS Day. They encourage testing and d ...

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Tunisia government calls for investors

Tunisia government calls for investors

According to Fadhel Abdelkefi, Minister of Development, Investment and International Cooperation, “in presenting to international investors major infrastructure projects, this will provide promising j ...

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SA rand stronger after decisions by rating agents

SA rand stronger after decisions by rating agents

South Africa's rand firmed to near three-week highs against the dollar and yields on government bonds fell on Monday after rating agencies Fitch and Moody's affirmed the country's investment-grade cre ...

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Gambia brace up for elections

Gambia brace up for elections

Gambia’s president Yahya Jammeh has warned that he will harshly deal with anyone involved in unrest or violence in the upcoming presidential elections. While addressing his supporters at rally in Brik ...

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30 Hutus killed in DRC

30 Hutus killed in DRC

An ethnic Nande militia in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo killed about 30 civilians, mostly Hutus, Sunday morning morning, local sources said. There is an increase of deadly violence between the ...

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Cuba mourns Fidel Castro, tributes pour in

Cuba mourns Fidel Castro, tributes pour in

Cuba mourned its revolutionary leader Fidel Castro on Sunday, as the island prepared to bid farewell to the towering giant of its modern history with memorials and a four-day funeral procession. Castr ...

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