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Fri,24Nov2017

In Depth

Vodacom's eastern pivot

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Vodacom, majority owned by the UK's Vodafone, is looking to Kenya and Tanzania in its quest to capture new markets outside of South Africa, where it leads the sector

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Software: Engineering opportunity

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Technology startups like Andela are creating chances for Africa’s youth to gain new skills that are essential to transforming the continent’s future

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Things will be much better if diplomacy is left to work - Anna Bossman

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Ghana's ambassador to France, Anna Bossman, shares her thoughts on various issues ranging from her work at the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) in Ghana, Morocco's entry into ECOWAS and the rise of nationalism in Europe.

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Digital arts: Uncaped Crusaders

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Armed only with a pen and a mouse, everyday African heroes are fighting back against the white and Western overlords of the creative universe, telling their own stories

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IMF says Zambia public debt rising at unsustainable pace

A woman sits in front of an IMF logo at the venue of the IMF and World Bank meeting, Oct. 10, 2012. Photo: Itsuo Inouye/AP/SIPAZambia's public debt is growing unsustainably, making the economy of Africa's No. 2 copper producer vulnerable to market swings and reversals in capital flows, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Tuesday.

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Liberia: What Hope for Human Rights?

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As the West African nation heads to the polls on 10 Otober to elect a new leader, human rights concerns that have long plagued the country remain

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