What Xi Jinping’s visit to Egypt means for Africa
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What Xi Jinping’s visit to Egypt means for Africa

Egypt is one, if not the only country in Africa with such strategic position. Strategic…

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Namibia builds gas-fired power station to secure energy supply
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Namibia builds gas-fired power station to secure energy supply

Countries around the world are scrambling to secure energy supply. But many are looking for…

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Malawi’s first tech incubator spurs innovation
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Malawi’s first tech incubator spurs innovation

Malawi’s first start-up incubator plans to train 5,000 young ‘technopreneurs’ by 2019. ‘MHub’ is encouraging…

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S. Sudan seeking lower oil transit fee amid falling prices
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S. Sudan seeking lower oil transit fee amid falling prices

South Sudan has began negotiating for a reduced oil transit fee from its northern neighbour…

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Concerns over effects of El-Nino on crops in South Africa
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Concerns over effects of El-Nino on crops in South Africa

Alarms are being raised over food security in southern Africa. According to the UN, an…

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Paintings date back to the 2nd century
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Paintings date back to the 2nd century

Malawi is home to some of the oldest-known human remains and sacred relics as well…

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Egypt looking to learn from China to tackle unemployment
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Egypt looking to learn from China to tackle unemployment

Egypt is recovering from a recession caused by five years of political unrest. The two…

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Nigeria fails to cut down oil production despite calls for production cut
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Nigeria fails to cut down oil production despite calls for production cut

Nigeria will not be cutting down it’s oil production despite the persistent fall in crude…

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Nigeria’s inflation climbs to 3 year high on food prices
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Nigeria’s inflation climbs to 3 year high on food prices

Nigeria’s inflation rate accelerated to a three-year high in December, increasing by 9.6 percent on…

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Mali govt. and rebels urge progress on implementing peace deal
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Mali govt. and rebels urge progress on implementing peace deal

Mali’s government has called for the swift implementation of a peace agreement with Tuareg-led rebels…

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