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Africa Energy Series: A HUGE Bright Spot In The Desert

In the middle of the Moroccan desert in the Drâa-Tafilalet region, a few kilometres from the city of Ouarzazate stands the future largest concentrated solar power plant in the world.Ouarzazate Solar Power Complex began...
Ahmad Ahmad

CAF Confederation Of African Football: A New President, A New Era

The last General Assembly of the CAF (Confederation of African Football) held in Ethiopia’s capital, Addis Ababa, was a real historic moment for the world of football in Africa. The conference marked by the...
Elephant Poaching

Is The Elephant Poaching Crisis Coming To An End?

The closure of 67 ivory factories and shops in China is being celebrated in the conservation world and beyond. In Africa, it is a major move towards ending the elephant poaching crisis.China holds claim to...
The 2017 Ibrahim Governance

The 2017 Ibrahim Governance Weekend: A Flagship Event To Debate Governance And Leadership In...

The Mo Ibrahim Foundation's 2017 Governance Weekend brought together many business and political leaders, multilateral and regional institutions, and major international partners. The aim was to discuss how to strengthen governance and leadership in...
Moses Mabhida Stadium (South Africa)

10 World Class Football Stadiums In Africa

Football has always fascinated the entire African continent. The 2010 FIFA World Cup, organized in South Africa, was one of the best editions of the most prestigious championship in world. This success can not...
King Mohammed VI

Moroccan King Mohammed VI Appoints a New Government

After six tumultuous months, a new government was finally appointed by King Mohammed VI Since the elections in October, Abdelilah Benkirane, the  former appointed Prime minister has not been  able to come up with a...
plastic bags

Plastic Bags Ban Applauded In Kenya

Kenyans have applauded the move by the government to ban plastic bags used for commercial and household packaging terming it as a great move to curb the plastic bag menace.  Through a gazette notice on...
Enyimba FC Team

11 of Africa’s Best Football Teams

No one can deny the high level that African football has reached in the last three decades. National teams, local clubs, and the large number of African footballers playing all over the world, have...
Ghana's Independence

5 Things To Know About Ghana’s Independence Day

Ghana holds a special place in pan-African history. The West African nation is revered as the first sub-Saharan country to gain independence and has traditionally been celebrated as the leader in African democracy and...

How Africa Fares In The Corruption Perceptions Index 2016

The Corruption Perceptions Index 2016 is out, the report is compiled by global anti-graft watchdog Transparency International and measures perceived levels of public sector corruption in 176 countries and territories worldwide. As with any...

Will Ghanaian President John Dramani Mahama Hold on To Power?

On 7 December, over 15 million Ghanaians are expected to take to the polls to vote in the country’s seventh general elections. Having become a multiparty state in the early 90s, Ghana is touted...
Gambia Flag

#GambiaDecides: What You Need to Know About the Gambia Elections

The atmosphere is tense in the Gambia as the country gears up for the highly-anticipated December 1 presidential election. With a few days left until Gambians choose their next leader, electoral campaigns are fiercely raging...

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