Opinion

Exceptional African: African stateswoman Graça Machel

Our Exceptional African is Graça Machel, an African stateswoman whose decades-long professional and public life is rooted in Mozambique’s struggle for self-rule and international advocacy for women and children’s rights.

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Exceptional African: Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka

Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, who is the first woman to hold a prestigious position in South Africa, is this week's Exceptional African.

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Aliko Dangote the "noble son of Kano"

For many years, Aliko Dangote consistently and successively maintained his position as the richest man in Africa.

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eSwatini pro-democracy protests in vain: Analyst

South African independent political analyst, Dumisani Hlophe, says the eSwatini pro-democracy forces are unlikely to win in turning that country into a democratic state anytime soon.

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Sierra Leone 20 years on, Africa’s oasis of hope, possibilities

Today marks 20 years since one of the most gruesome civil wars in Africa was declared over.

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Dr Akinwumi A. Adesina President, African Development Bank Group

Often described as "Africa's chief optimist", Dr Akinwumi A. Adesina (1960), President of the African Development Bank Group, is widely acclaimed for his visionary leadership and passion for transforming the world. 'Africa.

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Tewolde Gebremariam: An African Aviation Virtuoso

Ethiopian Airlines Executive Officer (CEO), Tewolde Gebremariam, who transformed the airline into Africa's biggest carrier, says he is resignin to focus on his medical treatment.

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Radio and its impact on Africa

Radio in Africa is doing an outstanding job of keeping people informed and engaged in different aspects of life including governance, development, social integration and peace.

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Africa’s unemployment poser

The dire unemployment situation faced by many graduates and those with advanced education in Africa calls for widespread concern.

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