• ‘Future of Work in Africa’ rolls out in Ghana

    Friday, September 21, 2018

    The Africa Internship Academy presents its inaugural Future of Work in Africa Event on Saturday, 22nd September in Accra, Ghana. The event themed “Enhancing Partnerships for 21st Century Skills: Youth as JOB CREATORS not JOB SEEKERS, using AIAs Approach” will focus on how Youths can be self-empowered through job acquisition in a technologically concentrated environment. […]

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  • President Weah should back justice for war victims

    Thursday, September 20, 2018

    Liberian President George Weah should show leadership at the United Nations General Assembly by announcing his government’s endorsement of justice and reparations for victims of grave crimes during the country’s civil wars, 80 nongovernmental organizations said in a letter to the president released today. Liberian, regional, and international groups sent the letter ahead of President […]

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  • Africans on target in Nordic football championships

    Wednesday, September 19, 2018

    Football leagues in the Nordic region saw a number of African goals over the weekend. In the Swedish premiership, Liberian-born Peter Wilson scored the only goal for Sundsvall in a 2-1 defeat to Orebro in the 21st round on Saturday. Wilson raised the curtains in the 24th minute. Nigerian striker Chinedu Obasi put Elfsborg ahead […]

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  • A new Africa-Europe alliance

    Tuesday, September 18, 2018

    On 12 September, on the occasion of his State of the Union Address, European Union (EU) Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said: “Africa does not need charity, it needs true and fair partnership. And we, Europeans need this partnership just as much.” He added that “Today, we are proposing a new Alliance for Sustainable Investment and […]

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  • Top South African auction house to hold October sale

    Tuesday, September 18, 2018

    Leading South African auction house, Aspire Art Auctions’ next sale on October 28 includes an important work by top contemporary artist William Kentridge – famous son of a famous father, Sidney Kentridge who defended Nelson Mandela in the infamous Treason Trial, thus saving his life. This moody drawing from the film, Stereoscope – Double Page, […]

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Sep
21

‘Future of Work in Africa’ rolls out in Ghana

The Africa Internship Academy presents its inaugural Future of Work in Africa Event on Saturday, 22nd September in Accra, Ghana. The event themed “Enhancing Partnerships for 21st Century Skills: Youth as JOB CREATORS not JOB SEEKERS, using AIAs Approach” will focus on how Youths can be self-empowered through job acquisition in a technologically concentrated environment. […]

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Sep
20

President Weah should back justice for war victims

Liberian President George Weah should show leadership at the United Nations General Assembly by announcing his government’s endorsement of justice and reparations for victims of grave crimes during the country’s civil wars, 80 nongovernmental organizations said in a letter to the president released today. Liberian, regional, and international groups sent the letter ahead of President […]

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Sep
19

Africans on target in Nordic football championships

Football leagues in the Nordic region saw a number of African goals over the weekend. In the Swedish premiership, Liberian-born Peter Wilson scored the only goal for Sundsvall in a 2-1 defeat to Orebro in the 21st round on Saturday. Wilson raised the curtains in the 24th minute. Nigerian striker Chinedu Obasi put Elfsborg ahead […]

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Sep
18

A new Africa-Europe alliance

On 12 September, on the occasion of his State of the Union Address, European Union (EU) Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said: “Africa does not need charity, it needs true and fair partnership. And we, Europeans need this partnership just as much.” He added that “Today, we are proposing a new Alliance for Sustainable Investment and […]

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Sep
18

Top South African auction house to hold October sale

Leading South African auction house, Aspire Art Auctions’ next sale on October 28 includes an important work by top contemporary artist William Kentridge – famous son of a famous father, Sidney Kentridge who defended Nelson Mandela in the infamous Treason Trial, thus saving his life. This moody drawing from the film, Stereoscope – Double Page, […]

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Sep
17

Zambia Rugby reaches out to females

The growth of rugby on the Africa continent has come as no surprise to many rugby followers across the continent due to the many programs being undertaken by various unions. Get Into Rugby Zambia Project Manager Tom Chaloba said that Zambia was not to be left behind in the race to increase the number of […]

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Sep
17

Gambian diaspora investment forum in Norway

The first edition of the Nordic Gambian Diaspora Investment Forum is expected to take place on October 7 at the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel in the Norwegian capital, Oslo. Ndey Jobarteh, chairperson of Gambia House, the event’s organizer, notes that the forum will bring together “our compatriots within the Nordic Countries to start a conversation […]

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Sep
16

Liberians should not cry for secularism

It is bad enough that secularism is a growing problem in the Liberian culture. Given the rebellious spirit that is prevalent in our homeland, it frightens me when some of my friends downplay the relevance of religion in all strata of society. They debate that our country must entrust discussions of national interest to secularism; […]

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Sep
14

Innovation Prize for Africa nominees announced

The African Innovation Foundation(AIF) Thursday announced its top 10 nominees for its prestigious Innovation Prize for Africa (IPA) 2018 awards. This year’s Call for Applications with its theme “African innovation: Investing in Inclusive Innovation Ecosystems” attracted more than 3 000 applications from 52 African countries. Building on the AIF mandate, submissions this year demonstrate significant […]

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Sep
13

Preventing election violence in West Africa

During 2018, elections will be held in 23 African states – at local, regional or national level. Democratic elections have become more common on the African continent. At the same time, an increase in electoral violence is reported, writes Emma Skeppström. According to a study by Stephanie M. Burchard, more than half of Africa’s states […]

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