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Can Africa seize control of its own energy

Beijing News 23 Jul 2024
For Nigeria, it was particularly important to beat Algeria, a rival for the status of Africa's largest energy power, and Ghana - a rival for political influence in West Africa ... The West's selective ...
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Cocoa futures advance as Ghana seeks to restrict some supplies

The Peninsula 23 Jul 2024
While prices have eased from a record set in April - partly on expectations for better supplies next season - they’re still up roughly 90% this year following bad harvests in West Africa.
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Lion Forge Entertainment Partners with Showmax to Stream ‘Iyanu’ Across Africa

This Day 23 Jul 2024
... because we are telling our stories, but that African audiences will be among the first to see these stories come to life,” said Executive Head of Content and Channels, West Africa, MultiChoice, Dr.
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ACB proposes Youth Tri-Series with Pakistan, UAE

Urdu Point 23 Jul 2024
They also held discussions with representatives from Cricket South Africa, Cricket New Zealand, and Cricket West Indies about potential white-ball bilateral cricket ahead of the ICC Champions Trophy ...
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African Development Bank’s Akinwumi Adesina briefs African leaders on Bank’s progress in mobilizing financial resources ...

Capital Ethiopia 23 Jul 2024
Also, to enhance food security, the Bank is launching a $650 million Regional West Africa Rice Development program in collaboration with the Africa Rice Center ... “In five years, West Africa will achieve self-sufficiency in rice.
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Egypt's Health Ministry tightens health measures to combat West Nile Fever after spread in Israel

Egypt Today 23 Jul 2024
... what is known as West Nile fever, which reaches humans through the bites of mosquitoes carrying the virus, and is generally spread in Africa, Europe, the Middle East, North America, and Western Asia.
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Blitzboks count on speedster Shilton to step up on big stage

Independent online (SA) 23 Jul 2024
Van Wyk, 24, is one of seven Springbok Sevens players who will be making their debuts at the Olympic Games this week and the speedster is looking forward to creating more memories with the side as part of Team South Africa in the French capital.
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MultiChoice,  Earthshot Prize Collaborate to Tackle Climate Change

This Day 23 Jul 2024
... in Africa. Delivering the opening remark, Academy Director, West Africa, MTF, Atinuke Babatunde, highlighted  the critical role of storytelling in tackling global environmental issues.
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J.K. Horgle Transport wins most outstanding transport company

B & FT Online 23 Jul 2024
It is a leading logistics company in West Africa, known for the safe and efficient delivery of petroleum products ... awards, positioning the company as a hallmark of excellence in Ghana and West Africa.
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Cocoa Declines as Lindt Warns of Global Chocolate Slowdown

Live Mint 23 Jul 2024
Prices have still roughly doubled this year as poor harvests in West Africa fueled an historic shortage, and consumers have started to feel the pinch of the rally as high costs filter through ... .
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Francophone British Business Council Joins MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power 2024 as Strategic Partner, ...

Business Ghana 23 Jul 2024
... MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power conference and exhibition – scheduled for December 3-4 in Dakar – highlighting energy sector opportunities for British investors and businesses in West Africa.
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Off the Grid: Sally breaks down USA TODAY's daily crossword puzzle, Middle America

Oakridger 23 Jul 2024
There are spoilers ahead ... Constructor ... Editor ... Staple crops of West Africa) A staple crop is a food that is eaten often and makes up a significant portion of the diet of a population group. As the clue informs us, YAMS are staple crops in West Africa.
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Thousands of migrant kids have reached the Canary Islands alone. Local officials want Spain's help

Newsday 23 Jul 2024
the boy had witnessed both parents die during the arduous boat voyage from West Africa ... and the Western Sahara to the Spanish islands just 100 kilometres (60 miles) from Africa's western coast.

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