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Africa – A land worth exploring

Africa – A land worth exploring

Africa Day 2015 is an o...

Merck e-health set to improve access to cancer care in Kenya

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Challenging ‘Africa Rising’ narrative

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Ethiopians begin voting for their leaders this morning

Ethiopians begin voting for their l…

Voters in Gerji Area, Add...

Tuition-free degrees online – Africa to “leapfrog the shackles of convention”

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Afican infastructue journalists launch network in Accra

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Tax avoidance cost Africa $50 billion 

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Ethiopian government doesn’t foresee post-election violence like 2005 - official

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Female genital mutilation curse of our society

Female genital mutilation curse of our society

BY IBRAHIM RASHID HASSAN Female genital mutilation is a gross violation of the fundamental human rights of children and women. The custom is a brutal manifestation of the social injustice and oppression under which many girls and women live in the ...

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Merck e-health set to improve access to cancer care in Kenya

25 May, 2015

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Ethiopians begin voting for their leaders this morning

24 May, 2015

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ICTs boosting growth in Africa but teachers reluctant to change

23 May, 2015

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Orange launches its African Social Venture Prize

21 May, 2015

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Policies, investments in agricultural infrastructure drive Africa's food security

21 May, 2015

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Ethiopia plans four new wind farm projects    

20 May, 2015

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Merck e-health set to improve access to cancer care in Kenya

Merck e-health set to improve access to cancer care in Kenya

Dr Frank Stangenberg-Haverkamp,Dr James Macharia & Rasha Kelej at the Merck E-Health launch Merck e-health, a new initiative in partnership with Kenya Ministry of Health set to improve access to cancer care as part of Merck Capacity Advancement Program (CAP) in Africa. Read more

May 25, 2015

Tuition-free degrees online – Africa to “leapfrog the shackles of convention”

Tuition-free degrees online – Africa to “leapfrog the shackles of convention”

University of the People (UoPeople.edu) President Shai Reshef at Tedtalk University of the People President Shai Reshef is calling for African leaders to “leapfrog the shackles of convention” in his keynote address at eLearning Africa – a major education conference this week in Addis Ababa, co-organized by the African Union and co-hosted by the Government of Ethiopia. Read more

May 19, 2015

UN agency donates forklifts, vehicles to Ethiopia

UN agency donates forklifts, vehicles to Ethiopia

The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) today handed over 9 forklifts and 4 vehicles to Ethiopia’s Pharmaceutical Fund and Supply Agency (PFSA). Read more

May 14, 2015

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