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How business news shapes Africa’s image

By Dr. Mel Bunce When the Economist published its infamous Africa Rising cover issue in December 2011, it sparked a heated debate...

Hollywood’s 419 Scam

By Daniel Okechukwu Last year, British-Nigerian actor John Boyega was in Lagos to promote his film, Pacific Rim:...

The Role the Media Plays in Supporting Female Entrepreneurship in Africa – APO Group

By Nicolas Pompigne-Mognard, APO Group Founder and Chairman APO Group (APO-opa.com) are delighted to be the founding sponsor of...

Vodafone’s keen interest in Ethiopia

Vodafone has 650 million customers around the world, of which 170 million in Africa, with an additional 39 million mobile financial services customers. These...

Eskom Waiting for Government on 3000MW Gas-Fired Plant to Alleviate the Electricity Shortage.

Eskom is making preparations for a 3 000-megawatt gas-fired plant, but the debt-stricken utility is still awaiting formal guidelines from the government before it...

Jacques Morisset: How can Côte d’Ivoire escape the curse of cocoa?

By Jacques Morisset, Lead Economist and Program Leader, World Bank. Chocolate is becoming more and more of a...

Nick Ndiritu: What lies ahead for Africa’s frontier markets?

By Nick Ndiritu, portfolio manager for the Allan Gray Africa ex-SA Equity Fund and Africa ex-SA Bond Fund. At...
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Nigeria’s Lagos Witnessing Rapid Urban Development; Locals Wary Over Dip In Standards Of Living

In a dash to revitalize Lagos, waterfront slums are being cleared The post Nigeria’s Lagos Witnessing Rapid Urban Development; Locals Wary Over Dip In Standards Of Living appeared first on Zenger News.

VIDEO: Macaw Is A Pretty Boy Again With 3D-Printed Titanium Beak After It Was Ripped Off In A Fight

A high-tech operation restored a macaw's beak and ability to eat. The rare surgery has been performed three times in the world. The post VIDEO: Macaw Is A Pretty Boy Again With 3D-Printed Titanium Beak After It Was Ripped Off In A Fight appeared first on Zenger News.

Cracked It: How Ancient Ostrich Egg Beads Could Reveal The Secrets Of Stone-Age Trade In Africa

New study of unearthed beads reveals how different hunter-gatherer civilizations interacted with each other. The post Cracked It: How Ancient Ostrich Egg Beads Could Reveal The Secrets Of Stone-Age Trade In Africa appeared first on Zenger News.

Extrajudicial Killing Of Muslim Cleric After Kampala Bombings Sparks Fury In Uganda

The Uganda Muslim Supreme Council condemned the violent acts but asked security agencies to follow the law while making arrests. The post Extrajudicial Killing Of Muslim Cleric After Kampala Bombings Sparks Fury In Uganda appeared first on Zenger News.