Monthly Archives: September 2014

Unlocking Africa’s Trade Potential

The International Trade Centre is marking its 50th year of fostering trade that promotes sustainable development and poverty reduction. This week’s World Export Development Forum in Kigali, organized by the ITC, aims to stimulate job and income growth through trade – … Continue reading

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Liberia: Thousands of U.S. Troops for Ebola

The soldiers will be sent to a new command center in Monrovia, where they will help with the transportation of supplies and personnel. Source: allafrica.com See on Scoop.it – Africa: The Mother Continent

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Russia Grabs ‘Mega Deals’ in Zimbabwe

The government has signed a multi-million dollar platinum deal with Russia among several other trade and investment deals barely a month after securing similar “mega deals” with China according to The Herald. Source: allafrica.com See on Scoop.it – Pan African … Continue reading

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The Power of the Social Obligation: The Reason why Christians are so Unchristian-Like | Yet Remain Christians

  I have been thinking a lot recently about why religion continues to hold such a big relevance to us as Africans. Aside our constant need to be tol Source: http://www.ghanacelebrities.com See on Scoop.it – World Spirituality and Religion

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President Mugabe’s Wife-Grace Mugabe is Awarded a PHD Two Months After Enrolment & She Says She Worked Hard for It…

I love Africa and don’t get me wrong; it is not for the green forest which does not exist anymore, but for such absurdity and high level of corruption whi Source: http://www.ghanacelebrities.com See on Scoop.it – University of World Cultures … Continue reading

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10 People Who Were Erased From History – Listverse

Throughout time, man has attempted to keep an accurate historical record of the events that came before them. Originating in oral history, passed down thro Source: listverse.com See on Scoop.it – University of World Cultures and Traditions

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10 Mysterious Soundscapes That Rocked The Ancient World – Listverse

Until recently, archaeology has focused almost exclusively on the visual, giving us a limited view of ancient cultures. But the emerging field of archaeoac Source: listverse.com See on Scoop.it – University of World Cultures and Traditions

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