Gaddafi:Game Over?

Gaddafi:Game Over?

Three powerful NATO countries have announced that Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi could stay in Libya if he is willing to step down from his 42-year reign of power. The International Criminal Court (ICC), who issued an arrest warrant against him…

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Keme Nzerem

Keme Nzerem

Keme Nzerem is a reporter for Channel 4 and known for actively promoting diversity in news publishing. When it comes to journalism he stresses the importance that a varied group of people can have an influence in the production process…

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Cocoa Initiative To Boost African Agriculture

Cocoa Initiative To Boost African Agriculture

The African Cocoa Initiative is a new scheme aimed at trying to improve the quality of one of the most significant crops in Africa. The World Cocoa Foundation, one of the main partners in this scheme, focus on promoting a…

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BlackBerry BBX brings new tech platform to Africa?

BlackBerry BBX brings new tech platform to Africa?

Research In Motion has recently launched the new BlackBerry BBX to the market, a new combination of the tablet and Smartphone. They are hoping that this new product will unite the BlackBerry platform with QNX to provide a new technological…

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A progressive approach to HIV

A progressive approach to HIV

The HIV and AIDS epidemics are continuing to impact upon the lives of millions around the world. In the UK approximately 83,000 people were living with the HIV virus at the end of ‘08, with 27 percent initially unaware that…

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Nigeria: Glass House of Horror

Nigeria: Glass House of Horror

Nigerian football is set to enact the much anticipated reforms that will revamp the fortunes of the game that brings Nigerians of different ethnic backgrounds and religious beliefs together. Football is one game that binds the nation. This comes as…

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Kenya: Organisations boost adoption of wild animals

Kenya: Organisations boost adoption of wild animals

A wild orphaned Cheetah has been given another chance at life, following its adoption by medical insurance provider Resolution Health East Africa (RHEA). The 7 year old Cheetah was named ‘Misty Harmony’ by the company’s chief executive and staff. RHEA…

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Trade crucial to Africa attaining MDG’s

Trade crucial to Africa attaining MDG’s

UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-Moon has told attendees at the Africa Consultative Forum that the continent needs foreign aid and fairer trading terms if it is to achieve its Millennium Development Goals (MDGS). In his message delivered by a spokesperson at…

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Burundi: storms ahead?

Burundi: storms ahead?

We were wrong to be optimistic in 2005. The people voted for peace and good government but Burundi’s political leaders put party and personal advantage first, their country second. The government of “Peter” Nkurunziza started off quite well with a…

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Review: Channel 4’s I am Slave

Review: Channel 4’s I am Slave

Imagine, just for a moment, a young person taken by force or by guile from their home to work in a household without pay and are constantly subjected to abuse. Such situations are occurring throughout the world, seeing many endure…

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