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Study: Only Five Percent Of CEOs In Africa Are Women

Women make up only 5 percent of chief executives of big corporations in Africa according to a survey by Africa CEO forum. The study was carried out by Africa CEO forum in a bid to promote female empowerment and to...

Top 10 Contributions China Has Made To Africa’s Infrastructural Development

Over the years, China seems to have taken the lead among the powerful countries that have increased interest in Africa. Chinese companies are not only present in almost all African countries but are carrying out various developmental projects.Most infrastructures...

Top 10 World’s Billionaire: Jeff Bezos Surpasses Bill Gates, As The World’s Richest Person

Forbes has released the Top 10 richest people in the world and as usual Americans lead the way. Highlights Centi-billionaire Jeff Bezos secures the list’s top spot for the first time, becoming the only person to appear in the Forbes ranks...

Mohammed Dewji: Tanzania’s Richest is Africa’s Youngest Billionaire – Forbes 2018

Africa's youngest billionaire, Tanzania's billionaire Mohammed Dewji may be at the bottom of Africa's rich list, but at the Age level, he rounded off as the youngest billionaire in Africa. See the current list of Forbes youngest Billionaires in Africa, 2019 This...

Business: Why Africa Is The Best Place To Invest In

US president Donald Trump caused major upset in Africa recently when he reportedly referred to the continent as being made up of “sh*thole” countries. While the term has gained notoriety in a short space of time, fund managers at...

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How The Mokomokai Heads Of The Maori Tribesmen Became Valuable Trade Items During The 19th Century

The brain and eyes were removed from the severed heads, with all orifices sealed with flax fibre and gum....

African Tribe: The Daasanach People of Eastern Africa

The Daasanach are a semi-nomadic tribe numbering approximately 50,000 whose clans stretch across Sudan, Kenya and Southern Ethiopia. The Daasanach are a primarily agropastoral people;...

Mali Swears In Bah Ndaw As New Civilian Leader

Mali's new president Bah Ndaw has been sworn into office, five weeks after the overthrow of Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta. Former Defence Minister Bah Ndaw, 70,...

Troublesome South African Baboon Evicted For Organizing Gang To Raid Homes

Kataza is an urban baboon who was captured and put in a local prison for organizing a band of baboons to join him in raiding 15 homes in Kommetjie, on Cape Town's southern peninsula in South Africa.

A Leading University In China Now Teaches Ethiopia’s Amharic Language As A Full Course

A leading university in China — Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU) — has started to offer Ethiopia's widely spoken Amharic language as a full...