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South Africa's new rules on travelling with children 'may deter families' - Telegraph.co.uk
Families planning to visit South Africa to enjoy a safari holiday or a few days amid the grand scenery and historic sights of Cape Town may find themselves mired in red tape after regulations on entering the country with children were significantly ...
Ford opening 13 new dealerships in north Africa - USA TODAY
Ford is expanding its presence in North Africa with new sales and purchasing offices, plans to double parts exports, and the introduction of seven new vehicles. Casablanca, Morocco , will be home to a new regional sales office as Ford plans to open 13 ...
Winnipeg Free Press
Nigeria Fuel Shortage Shows Fragility of Africa's Oil Giant - Voice of America
Voice of America
DAKAR—. Nigeria produces more oil than any other country in Africa. But it nearly ran out of fuel the country needs to power its generators, cars and airplanes over the past week. How could this happen? Nigeria practically ground to a halt over the ...
Development Expert Lauds Africa's Continued Economic Growth - Voice of America
Voice of America
NAIROBI, KENYA—. Over the past 15 years, many African countries have enjoyed double digit growth rates. Africa as a whole is expected to grow by up to 4.5 percent over the next two years, according to the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa.
Private capital flows, official development assistance, and remittances to ... - Quartz
External financial flows to sub-Saharan Africa (defined as the sum of gross private capital flows, official development assistance (ODA), and remittances to the region) have not only grown rapidly since 1990, but their composition has also changed ...
International Business Times