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South Africa Hosts Historic NIH-Supported Clinical Trial The first HIV vaccine efficacy study to launch anywhere in seven years is now testing whether an experimental vaccine regimen safely prevents HIV infection among South African adults. The study, called HVTN 702, involves a new version of the only HIV vaccine candidate ever shown to provide some …

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By Tom Pegrume, Vice President EMEA Emerging Markets at Hitachi Data Systems Tom Pegrume, Vice President EMEA Emerging Markets at Hitachi Data Systems JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, 29 November 2016,-/African Media Agency (AMA)/- The business world is changing. Historically, businesses were “analogue” in that they had a bricks-and-mortar store where customers would interact with real people …

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One of the issues that participants will discuss is the relationship between Africa and the United States following the recent election of business magnate Donald Trump as President-elect of the US, the changing architecture of global trade, AGOA implementation, trade partnerships, the CFTA, trade facilitation and related issues The Africa Trade Week is a historic …

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By Naomi Gateri Kenya is among the top ten countries in Africa known to have a large area for growth of potatoes. In the country, potatoes are ranked the second after maize in term of importance. You will find it in most of the meals as they can be baked, fried or boiled. Do you …

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10. Joseph Prince Net Worth 2016 – $5 Million Head of the largest church in the all of Asia and netting a salary of $550,000 a year, Prince could easily be seen as blessed. Born to a Sikh priest and previously employed as an IT consultant, his unlikely career has garnered a grand following worldwide …

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The Nikon International Small World Competition is recognized as a means to recognize and applaud the efforts of those involved with photography through the light microscope. Small World in Motion encompasses any movie or digital time-lapse photography taken through the microscope and adds a new, distinct discipline to the competition. Top 3 prize winners are selected and …

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By Martin Wakaba – an entrepreneur who has several startup projects Last year, Esther Njeri asked herself why people had developed an affinity for junk foods, thereby leading to bouts ailments that could have been controlled in the first place. Instantly, an idea popped out and within no time, she had set up a business …

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It has been billed as the epitome of a “Gentleman’s game.” It has been seen as the perfect leeway for making lucrative deals while still on the track. However, is there any form of co-relation between the Gentleman’s game and politics, and if any? The truth is that golf is used as a platform for …

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The meeting was held against the backdrop of increased uncertainties in the domestic and global economies The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Central Bank of Kenya (CentralBank.go.ke) met on November 28, 2016, to review the outcome of its previous policy decisions and the recent economic developments. The meeting was held against the backdrop of …

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erception issues and the generalization of the impact of crises in specific locations to the whole region are some of the main obstacles facing tourism development in Africa. To address this, UNWTO and the UNWTO-Themis Foundation have organized a three days training on crisis communication in Sudan UNWTO Secretary General, Taleb Rifai, has expressed the …

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