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The Greens were eliminated from 2013 CAN in South Africa. "We didn't play great football, but it's hard to blame anyone...I take responsibility for what happened," Algeria coach Vahid Halilhodzic said after the game. "Tonight was disastrous...Now we'
He has re-echoed his stand that strangers to the continent, other than Africans themselves, have taken the paternalistic approach of defining Africa. During one of the contentious discussion points; "De-risking Africa" in the ongoing World Economic
24260974 Updated: January 25, 2013 5:49PM South Side native Chris Motley learned he had chosen wisely after he entered a scholarship program that enabled him to attend a college-prep high school in Rome, Ga.
From the Oxonian Review, complete with dreadlocks and cigarette: Charne Lavery reviews Moving Spirit: The Legacy of Dambudzo Marechera in the 21st Century . Electric fences are going up around Kenya's forested mountaintops is this the only way to
Speaking at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos Thursday, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon issued a call for action to the international community to solve the crises in Syria and Mali, stressing that the world must come together to
Russia is not interested in high oil prices, nor is it in them going down, PM Medvedev said at the World Economic Forum in Davos. "The current level of oil prices is more or less perfect for both manufacturers and consumers," Medvedev said...The firm
Western interventionist policies in Africa, culture of impunity by African leaders and unviable structures created by colonial powers were the factors responsible for the inability of many African countries to properly tackle challenges of nation
African Union plans to introduce cabotage laws restricting foreign vessels in African coastal waters could be a major step towards economic independence. The African Union (AU) is in the concluding stages of fashioning an African 'cabotage' regime to
January 23, 2013 Jobberman.com, the number one jobs website in Nigeria has been pulling the utmost weight in the jobs industry in west Africa and has for the number of years since its inception been known for easing job search and access to
Witchcraft beliefs in Africa returned to the news cycle towards the end of 2012 following reports of mass exhumations in Benin...In recent months, there has also been a string of UN and NGO reports linking African witchcraft beliefs to child abuse,