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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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Ethiopia can look to 
light manufacturing 
to create jobs - Justin Lin

Sub-Saharan countries like Ethiopia have an edge in low-tech manufacturing owing to abundant labour and natural resources, says the World Bank chief economist, Justin Lin. He encourages Asian-inspired and market policies and says the Horn of Africa country can look to 
light manufacturing 
to create jobs.

Last Updated on Friday, 11 May 2012 13:59

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Energy can be Ethiopia's biggest export - Miheret Debebe

Miheret Debebe, Chief executive officer, Ethiopian Electrical Power Corporation/Photo/MAEREGU KASSA FOR TARIn the process of building a series of huge hydroelectric dams and wind farms, Ethiopia's state-run electricity company is gearing up to begin exporting to its neighbours. Interview with Miheret Debebe, Chief executive officer, Ethiopian Electrical Power Corporation.

Last Updated on Friday, 11 May 2012 13:44

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