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Djibouti to pay US$18 million annually for Ethiopian power supply

Djibouti will pay US$18 million for power imports from neighbouring Ethiopia.

Last Updated on Thursday, 06 October 2011 17:55

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African women entrepreneurs meet to build capacity in US

African women from 36 countries are participating in the African Women Entrepreneurship programme underway in the US to provide participants with professional development training and networking opportunities with their American counterparts.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 October 2011 15:51

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African film industry's new lease of life in distribution

The struggle to find a foothold for Africa's film industry, especially Nigeria's Nollywood, the second largest film industry in the world according UNESCO, whilst containing piracy may have finally bore fruit as several African companies devise strategies to outsmart the distribution challenges facing the continent.

Last Updated on Monday, 17 September 2012 16:23

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South Africa's ANC attacks Zimbabwe's ZANU-PF

South Africa’s ruling African National Congress has blamed Zimbabwean leader, President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF party for exporting violence through its inflammatory speeches that have been blindly adopted by its (ANC) youth league.

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Zimbabwe threatens media crackdown

There are fears of a renewed crack down on the private and foreign owned media organisations operating in Zimbabwe after a cabinet minister threatened to revoke licenses of those that denigrate President Robert Mugabe.

Last Updated on Friday, 02 March 2012 18:51

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Rooting around in the past: African heritage tourism gains strength

"Watching Kunte Kinte's story unfold had a profound impact on my developing sense of identity" says Ade Akinboyewa of the television serialisation of Arthur Haley's 1976 best-selling novel Roots. As a young black boy growing up in the white suburbs of South London he had never really thought deeply about slavery and how it had shaped him. "For the first time something that had always been opaque and unspoken was suddenly made real."

Last Updated on Thursday, 17 November 2011 18:40

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