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Iran President’s Death: Reactions from African Leaders

Across Iran, citizens gathered in the streets to mourn the loss of their president and his companions. Scenes of collective grief and solidarity are evident as people express their sorrow.

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How Much Respect Are African Leaders Getting Globally?

Historically, Africa has faced stereotypes and prejudices that have often influenced the perception of its leaders. Colonial legacies, economic disparities, and political instability have contributed to a narrative that, at.

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How Africa Can Control Its Resources

According to Dr. Vanessa Ushie, who currently serves as the Acting Director of the African Natural Resource Management and Investment Center at the African Development Bank, Africa, and the global.

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Spotlight on African Leaders Paving the Way for Green Transportation

In the bustling urban landscapes of Africa, a silent revolution is underway—one that transcends the clamour of rapid urbanisation and envisions a future where sustainability and green innovation drive the.

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Nelson Mandela’s Legacy A Decade On: Evolving Dynamics in South Africa

A decade has passed since the departure of Nelson Mandela on December 5, 2013. As we mark this milestone, it prompts contemplation of the changes that have unfolded since the.

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A Call for Peace and Unity: African Leaders Must Stand for Justice

In recent weeks, the world has once again witnessed the heartbreaking escalation of violence in the Israel-Palestine conflict. As leaders and citizens of Africa, a continent that has overcome immense.

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An Enchanting Leader: Dr. Ipalibo Harry Banigo’s Extraordinary Political Story

Ladies and gentlemen, if you’ve ever doubted the indomitable spirit of leadership and the power of a determined heart, then the story of Dr. Ipalibo Harry Banigo, Senator representing Rivers.

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Perspectives on African Peace and Security to Drive Success in Leadership

Africa, a continent of unparalleled diversity and potential, has long been marred by conflicts and instability. However, in recent decades, there has been a concerted effort by African leaders to.

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Pay more for climate change – African leaders urge richer nations

African leaders have called on their counterparts from richer, polluting nations to increase funding for projects to help them adapt to climate change. Countries on the continent are seeking to.

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African leaders urged to recommit to boosting continent’s agriculture sector

Economic Commission for Africa (ECA’s) African Trade Policy Centre (ATPC) Programme Management Officer Mr. Batanai Chikwene has urged African leaders to honour their commitment to allocate 10 percent of their.

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