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The 50 most influential Africans: General Athman 'Bachir' Tartag

General Athman 'Bachir' TartagGeneral Athman 'Bachir' Tartag - Hard man to love.

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The 50 most influential Africans: Rebecca Kadaga

rebeccasmallRebecca Kadaga - Uganda's speaker of parliament.

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The 50 most influential Africans: Tokyo Sexwale & Cyril Ramaphosa

img50MIA SOUTHAFRICA TokyoSexwaleCyrilRamaphosa p29 480x255Tokyo Sexwale & Cyril Ramaphosa - Symbolic of the struggle, successful businessmen today, either of these charismatic figures could be president.

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The 50 most influential Africans: Femi Otedola

Femi OtedolaFemi Otedola - Bankrolling the president.

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The 50 most influential Africans: Prince Kofi Amoabeng

Prince Kofi AmoabengPrince Kofi Amoabeng - The 'grey' banker.

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The 50 most influential Africans: Daniel Yohannes

img50MIA ETHIOPIA DanielYohannes p30 480x255Daniel Yohannes - An African voice in Washington.

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Morocco: The future is 
made-to-order fertiliser - Amar Drissi

Amar Drissi - Executive director for industrial operations, Office Chérifien des Phosphates (OCP)/Photo/HASSAN OUAZZANI FOR JAMoroccan company, office Chérifien des Phosphates (OCP) will triple its production 
by 2020, a development that will strengthen its bottom line and commitment to food security, according 
to Amar Drissi, the state-run group's executive director for industrial operations.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 May 2012 18:21

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