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Invest-in your people Kufuor urges African leader E-mail

Former President John Agyekum Kufuor, on Monday called on African governments to use state resources to invest in their citizens in order for them to attain the commanding heights to grow their economies.

Ethiopian PM Meles Zenawi dies E-mail

Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi has died aged 57 in a hospital "abroad", the government says.

Dissidents Strike Again E-mail

Dissident Ivorian forces are reported to have attacked the town of Douplay, 15 kilometers west of Abidjan. Intelligence sources informed the New Dawn-Liberia that during the attack which took place last Thursday, August 17, the dissidents also stormed a prison in the town and released one-hundred and nineteen prisoners believed to be loyal to former President Laurent Gbagbo.

SADC Faces Food Shortage E-mail

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) member states have been warned of an impending food shortage as a result of poor rains this season.The Executive Secretary of SADC, Dr Tomaz Salomao, said here on Saturday that the region would experience an overall cereal deficit of 5.5 million tonnes.

Panel to Review Continent's Science and Technology Roadmap E-mail

The African Union (AU) has set up a high level panel of scientists to breathe new life into its roadmap for collaborative research, which was first adopted by science ministers in 2005.

Sudan: Martyrdom of 32 Persons in Plane Crash in Taludi Area E-mail

Khartoum — President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer Al-Bashir, has expressed his condolences to the Sudanese people on martyrdom of the federal Minister of Guidance and Endowments, Engineer Ghazi Al-Saddiq, and others in crash of the plane carrying them to Taludi town, South Kordofan State, when they were en route to congratulate the town's citizens on Eid Al-Fitr. Hereunder, Sudan News Agency (SUNA) published names of the martyrs on board the plane:

SA miners face dismissal deadline E-mail

A deadline is approaching for striking workers at the South African mine where police shot dead 34 miners on Thursday to go back to work or face dismissal. A statement from mine owner Lonmin said 3,000 workers were striking illegally and must report to work on Monday.

Last Updated on Monday, 20 August 2012 10:36
Has an African country ever hosted the Olympics? E-mail

After Brazil hosts the Olympics in 2016 what continent will have the distinction of never having hosted the Games? Here’s a hint, historically its distance running success in the Olympics is unparalleled and it has the first double amputee to reach the semifinals. Give up? The continent is Africa and the double amputee is South Africa’s Oscar Pistorius.

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