China takes part in North Africa nomadic cultures celebration
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China takes part in North Africa nomadic cultures celebration

Each year more than 30 tribes from Morocco and other parts of north-western Africa meet…

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MALAWI: Initiative gives pregnant women free access to healthcare
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MALAWI: Initiative gives pregnant women free access to healthcare

Malawi has one of the highest mother and child mortality rates in the world. It’s…

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Tunisia to be granted $630 million loan from the World Bank
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Tunisia to be granted $630 million loan from the World Bank

The World Bank has signed an agreement with Tunisia, which will see the country receive…

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Egypt cigarette prices go up by 15% to fund health insurance scheme
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Egypt cigarette prices go up by 15% to fund health insurance scheme

Egypt’s leading cigarette maker, the Eastern Tobacco Company, says it’s raising prices by 10-15%. This…

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U.S. plans on redefining its trade relationship with Africa
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U.S. plans on redefining its trade relationship with Africa

Trade ministers from across Africa are in Washington DC to attend the AGOA Forum. The…

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Private equity firms increase investment and fundraising activity in Africa
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Private equity firms increase investment and fundraising activity in Africa

The World Bank’s 2017 Africa pulse report estimated that closing sub-Saharan Africa’s infrastructure quantity and…

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Free access of UK’s financial market may shake due to Brexit White Paper
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Free access of UK’s financial market may shake due to Brexit White Paper

The UK just released the long-awaited Brexit white paper, amid much argument during the commons…

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Ugandan government agrees to review social media taxes
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Ugandan government agrees to review social media taxes

The Ugandan government has agreed to review the taxes on social media and mobile money.…

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Land expropriation without compensation plan elicits mixed reaction in South Africa
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Land expropriation without compensation plan elicits mixed reaction in South Africa

In South Africa, there’s a lot of noise around the government’s policy of land expropriation…

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Nigerian president says he intends to sign CFTA agreement
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Nigerian president says he intends to sign CFTA agreement

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has admitted the reason he hasn’t signed the Continental Free-Trade Area…

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