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Nigeria: Fighting A Losing War With Twitter

It began with a tweet on June 1 from President Muhammadu Buhari’s Twitter handle @MBuhari. He reprimanded angry youths who were “misbehaving” and...

Culture

Sacred Sites As Uganda’s Living Archives

The Bagisu people of eastern Uganda boast of special places where they gather to perform cultural rites, among them imbalu, a male circumcision ritual.

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Technology is Playing an Increasingly Significant Role in Africa

Roman TROEDTHANDL, Managing Director, Canon Central and North Africa (CCNA) Canon Inc., one of the world’s favourite imaging solutions...

Women are the Biggest Beneficiaries in my Sugar Factory

Amina Hersi Moghe, CEO , Horyal Investment. Atiak Sugar Factory will produce 50,000 tonnes of sugar per day...

Centurion Law Group and Centurion Plus Complement Each Other

Leon Van Der Merwe, Co-Chair Centurion Plus Leon Van Der Merwe is a lawyer at the Centurion Law Group's...

Africa’s Energy Resources Should Benefit Africans

NJ Ayuk JD, MBA. Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber. As one of the continent's most influential deal makers, It's...

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The “ANAP FOUNDATION COVID 19 Think Tank” Proffer Measures To Help Nigeria Mitigate COVID-19

As the situation with COVID-19 continues to evolve globally, the ANAP Foundation COVID-19 Think Tank* has outlined mitigation measures which it believes...

Africa’s Energy Resources Should Benefit Africans

NJ Ayuk JD, MBA. Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber. As one of the continent's most influential deal makers, It's...

How technology is shaping thought leadership in Africa

Leadership is replacing Africa rising as the new meme for Africa. Fellowships, conferences and think tanks are all geared at building a...

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Archeologists find a solid gold Eye of Horus, as well as ivory reliefs depicting women bearing offerings to the gods. The post The Rites Stuff: Archeologists Unearth Tools Tied To Ancient Egyptian Fertility Ritual appeared first on Zenger News.

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Abiy recently visited four African countries and Turkey as UN's António Guterres warns of a “humanitarian catastrophe” in Tigray. The post Ethiopian PM Abiy’s Shuttle Diplomacy As Tigray Conflict Worsens  appeared first on Zenger News.

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