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Forbes Africa’s 30 Under 30: Tomorrow's billionaires

Forbes Africa Reveals Africa's 30 under 30 for 2016

The list has entrepreneurs from around the continent, from Kenya, Nigeria, Madagascar, Tanzania, Benin, Gambia, Zimbabwe and many more.
Opinion: South Africans need to cast off their paralysing pessimism

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Egyptair passenger plane hijacked

France sends underwater probes to EgyptAir search zone

France's BEA air crash investigation agency said French naval survey vessel was heading toward the search zone north of the Egyptian port.
GE and Mara Group venture to address infrastructural challenges in Africa

GE and Mara Group venture to address infrastructural challenges in Africa

More than 50% of our African nations including Nigeria, Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania and the DRC, don’t have access to electricity.
Getting ahead of the effects of industrialisation in Africa

Getting ahead of the effects of industrialisation in Africa

Green industrialisation is a timely subject Biha says because of the COP21 and Africa's development goals
Egyptair passenger plane hijacked

EgyptAir remains point to blast, no explosives traces so far -forensics

EgyptAir flight remains suggest that there was an explosion on board the plane.
Index launched to measure Africa’s regional integration smartly

Tunisia – What would PM Essid's departure mean?

His performance as head of government has never really been to the satisfaction of Tunisians broadly speaking.
EgyptAir jet sent smoke-alarm warnings before crash

EgyptAir jet sent smoke-alarm warnings before crash

A fire on board would likely have generated multiple warning signals, alleges some reports on Egypt Air jet.
Congo's president shows would-be successor who is in charge

Congo's president shows would-be successor who is in charge

It is a message that has also been delivered, to Moise Katumbi, a former close ally of the president now seeking to replace him.
Atlas Mara Co-founder Ashish Thakkar on how to make it past your third year as a start-up

Atlas Mara Co-founder Ashish Thakkar on how to make it past...

92 per cent of start-ups do not make it to their third year.
Cooking up a storm the African way

Cooking up a storm the African way

The brain child behind The Lazy Makoti, Mogau Sehoene, describes the company as one that provides cooking lessons primarily on South African cuisines.
How the world's richest are reaching out to Africa's children: From soccer to succour

How the world's richest are reaching out to Africa's children: From...

Africa is at the heart of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, with half of its resources devoted to projects on the continent. We cover one, in a small South African township, where girls are taught life skills and reproductive health through football.
S.African entrepreneur Wendy Luhabe snatches top rugby job

S.African entrepreneur Wendy Luhabe snatches top rugby job

Wendy Luhabe joins World Rugby, the international body lauds her skills.
Congo lays to rest music and fashion legend Papa Wemba

Congo lays to rest music and fashion legend Papa Wemba

Thousands of mourning fans came out on Wednesday to bid a final farewell to Papa Wemba.
Five Africans among Time's 100 most influential people in world

Five Africans among Time's 100 most influential people in world

University of the Witwatersrand’s Professor Lee Berger, famous for the hominid fossil discoveries of Homo naledi and Australopithecus sediba, is also among the TIME’s magazine’s 2016 list of the 100 most influential people in the world.
World Press Freedom Day: Paying tribute to journalists amid tough times

World Press Freedom Day: Paying tribute to journalists amid tough times

This year’s World Press Freedom Day theme is “Access to Information and Fundamental Freedoms - This Is Your Right!”
IMF sees Ivory Coast economy growing 7.9% in 2015

IMF sees sub-Saharan Africa growth near two-decade low in 2016

Economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa will likely slow this year to its weakest in nearly two decades.
US and Senegal sign defence cooperation deal

US and Senegal sign defence cooperation deal

The United States and Senegal signed a cooperation agreement on Monday to ease the deployment of American troops to the West African nation.
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