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Chinese technology, investments boost African farms

With help from the Chinese government, many Chinese companies have built large farms and farming technology demonstration centers across Africa. Food shortages are a pressing...

Itinerant photographers grab larger market share in Congo

In the famous Central Station of Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo's capital, Lakadi Weather engages every day in search of customers looking to get...

TP Mazembe celebrate fifth crown in African champions league

Hundreds of supporters of the newly crowned African champions league TP Mazembe celebrated their team's success in the finals of the tournament. The streets of...

Serbian embassy employees abducted in Libya

Two Serbian embassy employees, a man and a woman, were abducted in Libya on Sunday morning. That's According to the foreign ministry in Belgrade. Ministry...

Kenyan Jackson Limo clocks 2:11:04 for course record in Beirut Marathon

More than 37,000 runners took part in the thirteenth edition of the Banque Du Liban Beirut Marathon which was held on Sunday in the...

Avic and Shacman merge to facilitate distribution of heavy trucks...

Chinese companies, AVIC International Beijing and Shacman have merged to supply heavy-duty trucks for the Kenyan construction market. Both companies are well known for...

South Africa to reduce greenhouse emissions by 42% by 2025

  If South Africa's Carbon Tax  bill is passed it will come into being on 1 January 2017 and the first payments of carbon tax...

Kenyan immigrant attacked in US for speaking Swahili

  A Kenyan immigrant was reportedly brutally attacked in Minnesota for speaking in Swahili while dining with her family at a restaurant. Asma Mohamed Jama was...

Burundi government launches the forceful disarmament program

Burundi is continuing a second day of forced disarmament of Civilians in the country. According to the security minister the disarmament programme will help...

MTN’s Chief Executive resigns after fine

MTN’s Chief Executive Sifiso Dabengwa has resigned following the Nigerian Communications Commission’s decision to slap the mobile company with a $5.2 billion fine for...