ZANZIBAR PORTS CORPORATION’S AKIF KHAMIS CONFIRMED TO SPEAK AT ALM AFRICAN CUSTOMS, PORTS, AND MARITIME LEADERSHIP ROUNDTABLE – LONDON 2024

Portsmouth, United Kingdom 17 May 2024   The Director General of the Zanzibar Ports Corporation, Mr. Akif Ali Khamis has been confirmed as a speaker for the African Customs, Ports,.

GAMBIA PORTS AUTHORITY’S OUSMAN JOBARTEH CONFIRMED TO SPEAK AT ALM AFRICAN CUSTOMS, PORTS, AND MARITIME LEADERSHIP ROUNDTABLE- LONDON 2024

Portsmouth, United Kingdom 17 May 2024   Mr. Ousman Jobarteh, Managing Director of the Gambia Ports Authority, has confirmed his participation as a speaker during the African Customs, Ports, and.

Regional Impact of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

While geographically distant, Africa has been impacted by the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in several ways, influencing politics, diplomacy, and societal dynamics across the continent. In the wake of the ongoing conflict,.

MADAGASCAR’S MINISTER FOR ECONOMY, RABARINIRINARISON, TO LEAD A DELEGATION TO ALM AFRICA SUMMIT – LONDON 2024

Portsmouth, United Kingdom 17 May 2024   Her Excellency, Rindra Hasimbelo Rabarinirinarison, Minister for Economy and Finance, has confirmed her participation as a speaker and leader of a delegation from.

Voices of Hope from Burkina Faso’s Survivors of Armed Conflict

Burkina Faso, once a haven of peace in West Africa, has been engulfed by the flames of armed conflict in recent years. Jihadist groups and ethnic violence have ravaged the.

ZANZIBAR PORTS CORPORATION’S AKIF KHAMIS CONFIRMED TO SPEAK AT ALM AFRICAN CUSTOMS, PORTS, AND MARITIME LEADERSHIP ROUNDTABLE – LONDON 2024

GAMBIA PORTS AUTHORITY’S OUSMAN JOBARTEH CONFIRMED TO SPEAK AT ALM AFRICAN CUSTOMS, PORTS, AND MARITIME LEADERSHIP ROUNDTABLE- LONDON 2024

Regional Impact of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

MADAGASCAR’S MINISTER FOR ECONOMY, RABARINIRINARISON, TO LEAD A DELEGATION TO ALM AFRICA SUMMIT – LONDON 2024

Voices of Hope from Burkina Faso’s Survivors of Armed Conflict

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Harry and Meghan’s African Legacy: A Royal Couple’s Commitment to the Continent

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, have captivated global audiences with their dynamic approach to royal duties and their commitment to humanitarian causes. Among the.

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ALM’s POTY 2024: Honouring Africa’s Finest!

The anticipation has been palpable and here we are finally at The 12th African Leadership Magazine Persons of the Year (POTY) Awards Ceremony, in the prestigious Ethiopian Skylight Hotel in.

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Spotlighting the Ancient Wonders of Egypt

From the decipherable Pyramids of Giza and the majestic Sphinx to the busy metropolis of Cairo and the serene waters of the Red Sea, Egypt offers a journey through time.

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African Art Unveiled: A Journey of Diversity

From the rhythmic beats of drums to the intricate patterns of traditional attire, Africa’s artistic landscape is as varied as its people. A rich fusion of cultural diversity unfolds in.

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Cultural Festivities: Exploring African Family Traditions at Yuletide

The Christmas holidays are a very important season in Africa that many look forward to. Though, from one country to another on the continent, there are variations in styles of.

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Good Friday: An Exploration of Tradition, Reflection, and Humanity

Good Friday, observed by Christians around the world, stands as a solemn reminder of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. It is a day marked by reflection, prayer, and deep contemplation..

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International Flair: Calabar Festival’s Global Inclusivity

Cultural festivals serve as vibrant connectors, weaving unity into our collective human experience. In this exploration, we delve into the captivating Calabar Festival in Nigeria, which exemplifies transformative power of.

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A Soulful Journey: Significance of January 15 in Nigeria

In the rhythmic cadence of time, January 15 emerges as a sacred tapestry woven with threads of sacrifice, unity, and profound reflection in Nigeria. This day, etched into the nation’s.

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Is 2024 Africa’s year of political revolution?

Get ready for a political seismic shift as Africa braces itself for the pivotal 2024 elections across eighteen nations. This isn’t just politics as usual; it’s a continent-wide spectacle promising.

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A Decade of turmoil: A story about Oscar Pistorius and Reeva Steenkamp

The fateful Valentine’s Day in 2013 marked a tragic turn in the lives of Oscar Pistorius and Reeva Steenkamp, thrusting their names into the global spotlight for an event that.

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Is Press Freedom Under Threat in Africa?

Increasing global conflicts and environmental challenges are making the world increasingly dangerous for frontline journalists. Last year witnessed a 44% rise in journalist killings, the highest since 2015, with Gaza.

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Combatting Inequality Across Africa

Despite remarkable economic growth in many African countries over the past few decades, a significant portion of the population continues to grapple with poverty, marginalization, and limited opportunities. Inequality has.

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Is Colonial Reparation Feasible for Sao Tome and Principe?

The history of Sao Tome and Principe is one deeply intertwined with colonialism. Dissecting the injustices of the past and their reverberations in the present leaves a long trail of.

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A Sharp Focus on Curbing Youth Migration in Africa

The movement of people has always been a never-ending reality that has helped shape economic, social, and political systems worldwide for thousands of years. Nowhere is this more evident than.

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Upscaling Legal and Human Rights Development in Africa

Historically, Africa’s struggle for legal and human rights has been deeply intertwined with the shadows of colonialism, oppression, and resistance. The echoes of this tumultuous past reverberate in persistent inequalities,.

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Calls for Fair Elections Echo Across Tunisian Streets

Tunisia once celebrated for its strides toward democratic governance, now faces a challenging chapter in its political journey. President Kaïs Saïed’s unorthodox maneuvers, including the dissolution of Parliament in 2021.

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Mahamat Déby’s Victory: Charting a New Course for Chad

Chad’s National Election Management Agency announced provisional results, declaring military leader Mahamat Idriss Déby as the winner with over 61 percent of the vote. This victory eliminates the need for.

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Election of Bassirou Diomaye Faye: A New Era of Democracy for Senegal?

In the wake of Senegal’s historic presidential election, the nation finds itself at the threshold of a new era, propelled by the victory of opposition candidate Bassirou Diomaye Faye. Against.

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Liberia General Election 2023: Liberia Gears Up for Pivotal Presidential Election

As Liberia prepares for its presidential election on October 10, 2023, the nation stands on the precipice of a defining moment in its political history. This election encompasses not only.

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Nigeria’s 2023 Presidential Election – 21 Days After

Reactions of the Opposition Parties, the Ruling Party Observers, the International Community, the Legal Battles. The thrills and frills of electioneering and politicking for Nigeria’s Presidential seat have come to.

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Medical Tourism Trends: Africa’s Healthcare Evolution

For decades, medical tourism- the practice of seeking medical treatment abroad has flourished as a lucrative industry. Patients worldwide have frequented destinations like Thailand, India, and Singapore in pursuit of.

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Driving STEM Innovation: African Union’s Ambitious Agenda

Recently, an Ivorian entrepreneur, Isis Wenger developed a mobile solar dehydrator that helps farmers preserve fruits and vegetables, reducing post-harvest losses, A team of Ghanaian doctors designed a low-cost, portable.

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Is the African Market ready for e-Power Hybrid Vehicles?

The readiness of the African market for e-Power Hybrid Vehicles is a topic of significant interest and discussion, given the region’s unique economic, social, and infrastructural landscape. To comprehensively address.

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Africa and the Impact of Smartphone Revolution

A revolution has speedily unfolded and it is the smartphone revolution. This surge in mobile technology is not just about connecting people; it’s transforming entire economies, empowering individuals, and fostering.

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Africa is Driving Innovation Amidst Global Competition

Africa’s contribution to the global creative economy remains notably meager, constituting only approximately 2.9% of worldwide creative goods exports, amounting to $58.4 billion and comprising less than 1% of the.

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Labour Rights Debates in Africa: Balancing Growth and Worker Protections

Across Africa, the discourse surrounding labour rights is on the rise as countries try to breach the delicate balance between economic growth and ensuring adequate protections for workers. From debates.

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ZANZIBAR PORTS CORPORATION’S AKIF KHAMIS CONFIRMED TO SPEAK AT ALM AFRICAN CUSTOMS, PORTS, AND MARITIME LEADERSHIP ROUNDTABLE – LONDON 2024

Portsmouth, United Kingdom 17 May 2024   The Director General of the Zanzibar Ports Corporation, Mr. Akif Ali Khamis has been confirmed as a speaker for the African Customs, Ports,.

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GAMBIA PORTS AUTHORITY’S OUSMAN JOBARTEH CONFIRMED TO SPEAK AT ALM AFRICAN CUSTOMS, PORTS, AND MARITIME LEADERSHIP ROUNDTABLE- LONDON 2024

Portsmouth, United Kingdom 17 May 2024   Mr. Ousman Jobarteh, Managing Director of the Gambia Ports Authority, has confirmed his participation as a speaker during the African Customs, Ports, and.

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Regional Impact of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

While geographically distant, Africa has been impacted by the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in several ways, influencing politics, diplomacy, and societal dynamics across the continent. In the wake of the ongoing conflict,.

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MADAGASCAR’S MINISTER FOR ECONOMY, RABARINIRINARISON, TO LEAD A DELEGATION TO ALM AFRICA SUMMIT – LONDON 2024

Portsmouth, United Kingdom 17 May 2024   Her Excellency, Rindra Hasimbelo Rabarinirinarison, Minister for Economy and Finance, has confirmed her participation as a speaker and leader of a delegation from.

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Voices of Hope from Burkina Faso’s Survivors of Armed Conflict

Burkina Faso, once a haven of peace in West Africa, has been engulfed by the flames of armed conflict in recent years. Jihadist groups and ethnic violence have ravaged the.

  • 0

Is Press Freedom Under Threat in Africa?

Increasing global conflicts and environmental challenges are making the world increasingly dangerous for frontline journalists. Last year witnessed a 44% rise in journalist killings, the highest since 2015, with Gaza.

  • 0

Harry and Meghan’s African Legacy: A Royal Couple’s Commitment to the Continent

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, have captivated global audiences with their dynamic approach to royal duties and their commitment to humanitarian causes. Among the.

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Voices of Change: Survivors of Female Genital Mutilation

“We have to break the silence, silence is what allows FGM practice to continue,” these were the exact words of renowned campaigner, Jaha Dukureh. Dukureh is a mother, a Female Genital.

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South Africa’s Safety Net Challenges

South Africa’s social safety net, designed to protect vulnerable populations from poverty and deprivation, faces formidable challenges that threaten its efficacy and sustainability. Throughout the region, it’s estimated that from.

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Beyond Football: Vinicius Junior’s Anti-Racism Stand

At the age of sixteen, a video surfaced of Vinicius Junior being racially abused by a fan during a youth match.  This incident, a stark reminder of the prejudice he would.

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Labour Rights Debates in Africa: Balancing Growth and Worker Protections

Across Africa, the discourse surrounding labour rights is on the rise as countries try to breach the delicate balance between economic growth and ensuring adequate protections for workers. From debates.

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Border Disputes is Impacting Trade Across Africa

Africa’s economic potential is hindered by persistent border disputes, strangling the continent’s ability to realize its trade aspirations. From longstanding territorial disagreements to emerging conflicts fueled by political tensions, these.

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Calls for Fair Elections Echo Across Tunisian Streets

Tunisia once celebrated for its strides toward democratic governance, now faces a challenging chapter in its political journey. President Kaïs Saïed’s unorthodox maneuvers, including the dissolution of Parliament in 2021.

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Ethiopia’s Drive to Empower Women in Farming Communities

For centuries, Ethiopian agriculture has been a pillar of the nation’s economy and culture. However, despite their immense contribution, women have traditionally faced significant barriers in this vital sector.  They.

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Combatting Inequality Across Africa

Despite remarkable economic growth in many African countries over the past few decades, a significant portion of the population continues to grapple with poverty, marginalization, and limited opportunities. Inequality has.

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How Welcoming Is Africa to Global Travelers?

With its diverse landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and warm hospitality, Africa has long been a magnet for travelers seeking adventure, discovery, and connection. Yet, for many potential travelers, a question.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Visit Nigeria

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry recently concluded their inspiring three-day visit to Nigeria, leaving behind a trail of impactful interactions and meaningful engagements. The couple commenced their tour on Friday,.

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Mahamat Déby’s Victory: Charting a New Course for Chad

Chad’s National Election Management Agency announced provisional results, declaring military leader Mahamat Idriss Déby as the winner with over 61 percent of the vote. This victory eliminates the need for.

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Comparing Africa with Global Film Industries

For decades, the global film industry has been dominated by a singular narrative, often portraying Africa as a homogenous entity lacking in cinematic vibrancy. However, a revolution is underway. African.

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