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I usually see plenty of sewerage leakages even spilling on major roads in the City of Nairobi. Of course if you go to most of the estates in Nairobi, outskirts and in many other towns in Kenya this is an observable phenomenon. Come rains and one of the challenges we have is contamination of water …

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Doing business has also been the interest of most global conglomerates, regional companies, and even local startups and SMEs. However, while other regions in the world have a progressive and conducive environment for business, the Sub-Saharan region has largely lagged behind. On the other hand, as the bug of globalization escalates, improvements in technology as …

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The year 2016 marks a double transition period, from the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) or Agenda 2030, and at the continental level, from the New Economic Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) to Agenda 2063 Africa needs an integrated approach to implement its development agenda. The year 2016 marks a …

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With power come not only the fame but also, more importantly, the fortune. Heads of state or government are supposed to be the servants of the people, but it may be an extremely difficult and even thankless job. Those who serve should have a real and sincere love for his mother country to perform such …

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In my previous articles I’ve always shared information that I came across or did some research on about possible AgrIbusiness ventures for the youth and even talked about a few inspiring success stories of very young men and women who dared to dream in Agribusiness but today I’d like to tackle the ever trivial issue …

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Participants learn how to turn their ideas into business ventures that create jobs and contribute to Egypt’s long-term economic growth and prosperity “Women have the potential to have a tremendous impact on Egypt’s economic development,” said United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Deputy Mission Director Rebecca Latorraca as she opened in Alexandria today the …

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German Ambassador Egon Kochanke has today signed a sponsorship agreement over 5.000 € with Simai Mohammed Said, Chairman of Busara Promotions Board of Trustees who organizes the annual festival The German Embassy is pleased to communicate that it will sponsor “Sauti za Busara”, East Africa’s largest and best-known music festival which will take place in …

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Thank you, Programme Director: Ministers Susan Shabangu, Malusi Gigaba and Fikile Mbalula Ministers Mzembi and Nyoni from Zimbabwe Deputy Minister for Land Reform, Mr Mcebisi Skhwatsha Members of the Diplomatic Corps Managing Director of Cape Media, Mr Robert Arendse Editor of the BBQ Magazine, Mr Lindsay King Delegates from the various Business Enterprises Ladies and …

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For three days, researchers from Mediterranean and Sub-Saharan African countries will discuss sustainable development issues affecting their regions The Economic Commission for Africa, the WTO Chair of the Mohammed V University of Rabat and LEAD (University of Toulon Laboratory for Applied Economic Research in Development), launched today the Tenth International Colloquium of Rabat, under the …

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The Commission has concluded that the Government of Eritrea has neither the political will nor the institutional capacity to prosecute the crimes we have documented States must heed the pleas of countless victims of crimes against humanity for justice and accountability, Sheila Keetharuth of the former UN Commission of Inquiry on human rights in Eritrea …

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