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Making The Law Work For Women

Seodi White is a social development lawyer, socio-legal researcher and writer on women's human rights. As an African feminist and Director of Women and the Law in Southern Africa Research and Education Trust (WLSA...
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Facts About Hippos

Hippopotamuses (Hippopotamus amphibius) are large, round, water-loving animals that are native to Africa. The word "hippopotamus" comes from the Greek word for "water horse" or "river horse," although hippos and horses aren't closely related....
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Providing Access To Sanitation For All, A Challenge For African Continent

Interview with Dr. Canisius KANANGIRE, African Ministers Council on Water (AMCOW)’s Executive SecretaryWhat are the sanitation challenges facing Africa?The challenges facing Africa are numerous and complex, first at the policy-making level; policies are...
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Africa: Reimagining Leadership

Never doubt that a group, a small group of thoughtful committed leaders can change Africa. You guys make a difference in every society but I believe that in Africa more than anywhere else in...
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Corps Member Provides Water Facility for Zhidu Community

Recently, there has been heated debate about the relevance of the compulsory National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) scheme and some agitation for the program to be scrapped or reformed. In the face of this,...
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US First Lady in Cairo on Final Leg of Africa Trip

U.S. first lady Melania Trump arrived Saturday in Cairo, Egypt, where she was greeted at an arrival ceremony by President Abdel Fattah al-Sissi and his wife, Entissar Mohameed Amer.After a visit to the presidential...
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AAI’s Annual Awards Gala: One Of The Most Anticipated Africa-focused Events

Held annually during the week of the United Nations General Assembly, AAI's Annual Awards Gala is one of the most anticipated Africa-focused events in New York City. The Awards Gala brings together distinguished guests...
Michael Robertson

From A Dusty Little Mining Town In South Africa To The Red Carpets Of...

Africa's Animator to the Stars - Michael Robertson has been making waves in the International Music Industry with his array of animated music & lyric videos that his company Toon53 Productions has Directed and...
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Former Wall Street Banker Who Advanced the Cause of Women & Children in Africa

What is it like to work for the United Nations? Many probably imagine little more than an almost endless round of boring speeches, bureaucrats and governments discussing and disagreeing over long-standing conflicts with stalemate and...
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Plan To Save Kenya’s Rhinos Turned Into Disastrous Blunder

It was a disaster that left wildlife lovers around the globe appalled and baffled.Eleven of Kenya's precious black rhinos were transferred to a new home in what was supposed to be a routine operation...
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World Water Week: Finding Safe Water for Remote Parts of Kenya

As part of the Kenya Resilient Arid Lands Partnership for Integrated Development (Kenya RAPID) under the coordination of the Millennium Water Alliance (MWA), IBM scientists in Kenya have unveiled a water management service platform...
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Wendy Luhabe Talks About Her Book ‘Defining Moments’

Looking back at the history of South Africa, through colonial rule and apartheid, the cards were actively stacked against black participation in business and the professions. CNBC Africa’s Jill de Villiers speaks to entrepreneur...
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