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SAA CEO Bezuidenhout: No secret I had no degree

By Business Report, iOL News, 2014-11-26 James Hogan, Etihad Airways’ president and CEO (left), and Nico Bezuidenhout Johannesburg – Acting South African Airways (SAA) CEO Nico

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UN Members Resolve to End Child Marriage

By Reuters News November 26th 2014 Sixteen-year-old Akuot,
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Africa’s mobile money makes its way to Europe with M-Pesa

Tomorrow Transformed explores innovative approaches and opportunities available
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MTN Ranked Africa’s Most Valuable Brand

By Niyi Aderibigbe, Ventures, 2014-11-25 MTN contracts, Cellphones, Accessories, Cellphone Repairs,

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THINK AGAIN: The real value of the Zimbabwe torture ruling

Investigating crimes against humanity is a notoriously complex, slow
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Bringing Education to African Girls

By CHRISTOPHER F. SCHUETZE The New York Times News

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How a $1.42 billion project failed to bring water to this Tanzanian village

The unprecedented World Bank-supported project is not keeping pace
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Jewellery Industry Takes Steps to Eliminate “Conflict Gold”

By Carey L. Biron IPS News November 26th 2014
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Female suicide bombers kill at least 30 in crowded Nigerian market

Two teenage girls detonated explosives in north-eastern city of

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  • OPINION: How Ebola Could End the Cuban Embargo
  • Belgium’s GFI ‘implicated in bulldozing DR Congo homes’
  • Telling Africa’s good story…
  • War-ravaged South Sudan struggles to contain AIDS
  • Culture ‘is no excuse for gender discrimination
  • Without energy could Africa’s growth run out of steam?
  • At least 100 killed in new massacre in eastern DR Congo
  • Bloody November as terrorists kill 200 in one month, leaving Africa fearing for Christmas
  • Africa’s Armies Are Going On A Spending Spree
  • America’s other foreign policy disaster: Why blowback in Africa is all but inevitable
  • I’m Back From Liberia and Under a (Self-Imposed) Quarantine in Brooklyn
  • Bandits in Guinea steal blood samples believed to be infected with Ebola
  • Number of Eritreans seeking asylum in Europe increases threefold in a year
  • A patient was killed and hospital staff were beaten trying to protect him’
  • Kenya bus attack survivor tells how gunmen selected their victims
  • Africa’s best journalists: Risking their lives
  • Eleven die in stampede after church service in Zimbabwean stadium
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