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Egypt SMEs embrace social media

Social media played an important role during the Arab Spring in 2011, but now, it's now becoming a crucial part of doing business in...

Remembering Bob Marley 34 years on

  Bob Marley Died 34 years ago and the world especially his millions of fans celebrate him to date. Jamaican singer, musician and songwriter Bob Marley...

Migrant Crisis: Libya rejects EU military plans

Ahead of the UN meeting, Libya's internationally-recognised government has again rejected the proposals. Its information minister says the plan would breach the country's sovereignty....

Mmusi Maimane elected DA’s first black leader

South Africa's opposition Democratic Alliance has been celebrating its new leader. At the weekend the party elected its first black leader Mmusi Maimane. He...

Mali hosts 4th International Urban Music and Fashion Festival

The Malian  town of Selingue recently hosted the fourth edition of the International Urban Music and Fashion festival. It's an opportunity to celebrate the...

Thousands of Nigeria IDPs could face severe food shortages

People displaced by Boko Haram militants have been returning home. It may sound like good news, but there are concerns that there isn't much...

Burundi Crisis: African Leaders Speak on it

Burundi may be one of the smallest countries in Africa but right now, it's providing one of its biggest headaches. Leaders from the region...

C.A.R. Rival armed groups agree to a disarmament deal

Hopes have been renewed of a lasting peace in the country. After years of conflict, rival armed groups in the country have agreed to...

Children as Young as 10 Smoking To ‘Prepare For Exams’

A survey done in the UK has shown children as young as 10 are smoking.  A poll of more than 1,000 youngsters who took...

C.A.R. Rival armed groups agree to a disarmament deal

Hopes have been renewed of a lasting peace in the country. After years of conflict, rival armed groups in the country have agreed to...
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