Bernardino Avle, a journalist for Citi FM Radio in Accra, Ghana, shares his interview with World Bank private sector expert, Mazen Buri, with Africa.com.
Archive for December, 2010
The volcanic cloud hovered above like the mythic hand of Vulcan, unseen and disrupting the plans of mere mortals. I was stranded in Casablanca after a short research vacation, en route to a literary festival in London and board meeting in Paris. What does one do, stranded in Casablanca? I headed north to Tangiers and waited out the volcanic ash and waited for an open seat on an airplane. It was not hard duty.
Cheryl Kleyweg of Kulungi Riverside Lodge in South Africa shares with Africa.com a day in the life of a reserve.
January 2011 will mark the launch of the African Stock Investment Competition, offered for the first time to U.S. university students, both undergraduate and graduate. The competition is composed of two levels, one for individuals and one for teams, where students will be able to participate using a reality-based trading platform developed by the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE).
Africa.com is compiling a list of the Top 10 Africa news items and events for 2010. So far we have come up with eight items, but we can’t complete the list without your input. Send us your additions to the list by Friday, December 31st for a chance to win an Africa.com T-shirt and be featured on our website. We will announce the winners on January 1, 2011.
Bernardino Avle, a journalist for Citi FM Radio in Accra, Ghana, shares his interview with World Bank managing director, Mahmoud Mohieldin, with Africa.com.