- Christian Science Monitor - Col. Qaddafi Seeks to Lead New Club: Africa
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- Calthol Clearing and Forwarding Agency
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UK ready to shift focus of Africa aid to trade - Financial Times
Britain is expected to increase the focus of its African aid budget on economic and trade-related projects to try to boost prosperity on the continent while forging new partnerships after leaving the EU.
Why the African Union Can Now Reach Its Full Potential - Newsweek
Members of the African Union (AU) have a long history of decolonization and liberation struggles. For many Africans and global actors, there is still some misperception surrounding the role and value the AU has today. Yet, there is much more to the AU ...
Is the entire GDP of Africa really just equal to that of France? - The Independent
Last month, Barack Obama hosted a number of African heads of state for a business summit in New York, where we said the world was “just scratching the surface” of the continent's potential. The US President said that, while he would only be in office ...
South Africa's Gordhan will not seek review of fraud charges: lawyers - Reuters
JOHANNESBURG South Africa's Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan reiterated that he will not apply for a review of the decision by the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to charge him with fraud, his lawyers said on Tuesday. The NPA on Monday invited ...
EU hails first result in Africa migration deals - EUobserver
The European Commission said on Tuesday (18 October) that it was happy with the first results of partnerships signed with five African countries this year to reduce migration flows to Europe. Ethiopia, Niger, Nigeria, Mali and Senegal are the countries ...