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Tanzania bans plastic bags to clean up environment

Under new measures, anyone using plastic bags in Tanzania can be slapped with a fine, and those caught manufacturing the items can get jail time. Environmentalists are celebrating the move.          A ban on plastic bags came into force in Tanzania
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How Ghana can help us understand the EU

We're aware that Europe is really far away from the African continent. Here's what the bulky construct of the EU means to its members and how to become part of the club — explained with something closer to home: Ghana. This is a thought experiment to help you understand better how t
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Russia to the Rescue! Africa's Booming Birthrates Are Overwhelming Its Energy Infrastructure

Africa’s economic potential is enormous: the continent contains significant mineral and energy deposits, a young and growing population, and an underdeveloped energy sector desperately in need of investment. Approximately 640 million people, or two-thirds of the entire populace, don&
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Project 50% Clean Your Share or Neighborhood

50% Clean Your Share or Neighborhood   In Ghana compare to other countries, such as Rwanda, Singapore or Japan, most of our people are leaving in an environment of dirt, filth, refuse etc.  It is NOT our right to leave in filth, but rather it is our right to have ou
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De-Balkanization of Africa 2025, Reversal of Berlin Conference of 1884 – 1885 and Continental Dominion Government

De-Balkanization of Africa 2025, Reversal of Berlin Conference of 1884 – 1885and Continental DominionGovernment Our Place On The Planet Earth.While Others Have A Country, We the People of Africa Have a Continent Prepared by JK Edem Kporye (First Draft)The Firs
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U.S. AFRICOM NOMINEE COMES WITH PLAN TO COUNTER CHINA, RUSSIA IN AFRICA

Gen. Stephen Townsend, tapped to head African Command, has come with a plan to coutner Chinese and Russian influence in Africa.According Gen Townsend, the current commander of the Army Training and Doctrine Command, terrorist groups remain the most substantial immediate threat, b
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Suzuki to establish production plant in Ghana

Japanese car maker, Suzuki Motors Corporation, has announced its intention to establish an assembling plant in Ghana to start production of Suzuki vehicles to feed the company’s growing African market.The Department General Manager for the Middle East Africa Automobile Department of Suzuki Motors, M
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Will a New Port Make Tanzania ‘Africa’s Dubai’?

Backed by money from China and Oman, a small Tanzanian fishing port could be as large and busy as Rotterdam within 10 years.Bagamoyo, a small fishing port about 45 miles north of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, may become Africa’s biggest container port in the next 10 years. China’s largest public-port ope
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Africa could learn a lot from China

Africans account for a significantly high number of people wallowing in poverty worldwide, whether one uses the gross domestic product or purchasing power parity as key standards of measurement.Eradicating extreme poverty should therefore be the priority of African governments.Africans have to find
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The 21st century belongs to China—but the 22nd will be Africa’s

The 21st century will most likely belong to China as the Chinese Century. But with a rapid increase in Chinese investment and African innovation, the 22nd century may see the dawn of the African Century.China’s investment in Africa will create an infrastructure for African culture and innovation to
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Amazing growth in Africa-China corridor

CAPE TOWN – The Africa-China corridor - a key corridor that Africa needs to focus on - is growing at a phenomenal pace, while intra-Africa trade is changing as the continent becomes more connected.This is according to Vinod Madhavan, head of trade for the Standard Bank Group, who spoke to Business R
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Africa poised to become the world’s largest solar power zone in 2025

The African continent has been facing tough times with shortage of power. The frequent cuts in power supply have been having a toll on businesses and domestic consumers.It is estimated that in the Sahel region – Senegal, Nigeria, Mauritania, Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger, Chad, Sudan, and Eritrea, about
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Egypt Is Shaping Up To Become A Real Energy Hub

Egypt’s oil and gas future looks very bright. The large scale concessions awarded during the EGYPS2019 conference in Cairo, 11-13 February, shows the appetite of IOCs, such as Shell, BP and ENI in this emerging energy hotspot.After years of a major slump, partly due to continuing payment and se
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Rwanda invests in first smartphone factory

In October 2018, Rwanda-based technology company Mara Corporation said it was investing $100 million in South Africa to make affordable, high tech smartphones.Mara founder Ashish Thakkar noted that the African continent currently had over 400 million smartphones in use, and this would expand to over
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Donald Trump's Coup In Venezuela is coming to Africa

Authored by Eric Zuesse via The Strategic Culture Foundation,   On Monday, February 5th, Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland announced that the 14 countries of the Lima Group — who had actually formed themselves under her direction into this new group on 8 August 2017&n
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