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Ghana: Motifs for Survival

Africa's jewel-coloured 'wax' fabrics are still 
hugely popular, but the illegal trade in cheap counterfeits from Asia is eating away at local production. One Hong

Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 January 2012 12:35

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All Change Please: Africa's long Summer

 

Uganda’s ‘walk to work’ activists make their point on the barricades of a Kampala suburb/MARC HOFER/AFPCalls for political change have swept from Egypt to Uganda and Angola, as young urban activists demand education, jobs and freedom



Last Updated on Friday, 30 December 2011 13:42

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SA:100 years and the big party vote

Zuma is fending off criticism from the ANC Youth League and the COSATU leadership/Photo/SIPAEyes are on elections for the leaders of the African Union and of the resource-rich countries that will shape Africa's economic and political trends in the years to come.

Last Updated on Thursday, 19 April 2012 17:01

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Building up skills, Building up economies

Senegal is stepping up its education of future cadres with a new mathematical sciences institute. IBM is also to set up technology institutes across the continent/Photo/MEIGNEUX/SIPAThe lack of students being educated at tertiary level to meet African demand for skilled workers means that economic growth will be slowed as leading sectors struggle to find local talent

Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 December 2011 20:41

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Kagame: You can't overlook ordinary people

President Paul Kagame of Rwanda/Photo/Vincent Fournier for JARwanda's president says that leaders need to understand the pressures each society experiences, or risk ending up on the wrong side of history

Last Updated on Monday, 31 October 2011 19:22

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Ghana's next leap forward and its perils

President Atta-Mills in the colours of Tullow Oil, celebrating the first flow of commercial oil, Ghana’s gamechanger/Courtesy Photo/TullowOil-backed growth will transform the Ghanaian economy, but the politicians are battling over the direction the country should take and how that growth can be shared

Last Updated on Friday, 04 November 2011 14:24

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Construction: Building Africa's Future

African companies are finding it tough to compete and stay profitable with Asian competition /Photo/DESIREY MINKOHAs the global economy restarts its upward trend and African governments continue to create ambitious development plans, there will be more room for companies both foreign and domestic in Africa's construction market

Last Updated on Monday, 31 October 2011 18:20

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