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South African Economy Run By Minorities: Dlamini-Zuma

The economy of South Africa is run by minorities, claims African National Congress (ANC) presidential Hopeful Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma while addressing the ANC cadre Assembly Thursday in the Free State. Dlamini-Zuma added ANC will ensure the trend to change as majority is not a part of the mainstream economy. She was addressing to the supporters who marched last week against President ...

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Kenya Becomes Top Destination For Global Rich Individuals

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Kenya has beaten Mautirius and Seychelles in terms of tourism and has become the preferred travel destination for rich people, or the High Net-Worth Individuals (NHWI). A new report released lately by the Afrasia New World Wealth reveals the country hosted 4,000 multi-millionaires in 2016. Morocco was on the second place with 5,000 such guests and South Africa topped in ...

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Bag Bearing Money Snatched From Tanzanian Family Visiting India For Son’s Treatment

A Tanzanian family visiting Indian capital New Delhi for a medical purpose is struggling to survive as their bag was snatched on April 8, Saturday, which had good money for treatment in local currency. The family of four is in India for the treatment of one-year-old son of Arif, a Tanzanian national of Indian origin, at B.M. Kapoor Hospital. They ...

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Gambians To Go On Polls Tomorrow

After twenty-two years of one-party rule Gambia may see multiple parties entering the parliament. The country will go into election on Thursday, first time since departure of long time dictator leader Yahya Jammeh from the country. Several parties were united last December to form a coalition in Gambia and oust Jammeh, but internal tensions resulted with breakup of the unity. ...

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Kenyan Doctors End Strike But Long Path To Walk For Good Healthcare

The 100-day strike has ended. Doctors in Kenya are now back to work, but question has been raised what are the long-term implications of it on the creaking health service of the country. The strike started with demands to implement a collective bargaining agreement by the government that was signed in 2013 and it ended after more than three months ...

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Life Is Opposite In US And Congo: Refugee Mwibeleca Amuri

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Mwibeleca Amuri, a refugee from Congo, fled from his country due to war and political turmoil in 1997 to Tanzania where he met and married his wife. Both together has five children and the oldest is now 18-year-old. Last year in September he resettled in San Diego and recalls his struggles to welcome peace in his life. He is 39 ...

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Nigeria’s NAHCON Embraces IT Into Hajj

The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) will be more updated taking the help of technology this year and for the 2017 hajj exercise it will deploy gadgets and adopt online registration. NAHCON has partnered with the Pakistani’s Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) and states IT personnel to implement the role of information technology in hajj management. Chairman and Chief ...

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