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On this day in history, March 12

Independent online (SA) 12 Mar 2023
A Portuguese explorer plants South Africa’s oldest monument, Gandhi sets off on salt march, bombs explode in Mumbai, and off with their heads – mass execution in Saudi Arabia ... southern Africa ... The oldest paper still in existence in South Africa is Gqeberha’s Herald (founded 1845).

Could DPAT Be The Most Innovative Cryptocurrency Of 2023

Cryptopolitan 10 Mar 2023
The drums of progress beat steadily across the vast expanse of Africa, heralding the arrival of DPAT, the crypto token that’s unlocking the continent’s vast potential ... And if you’re like me, you’ve been hearing a lot about Africa lately and for good reason, the continent is booming.

GPCA leaders discuss circular economy at forum

Gulf Daily News 07 Mar 2023
  ...   ...   ...  . Key themes ...   ...   ...   ... Evar Umeozor, Research Fellow, Oil & Gas Programme, KAPSARC, discussed ‘Heralding a New Era in International TradeGCC, Africa, and Asia’ in the first Leadership Dialogue moderated by Tim Figures, Associate DirectorGlobal Trade and Investment, BCG.   ... .

Bill Mikhail: Iran’s drones are only hours away from U. S. shores

Joy Online 06 Mar 2023
Iran is taking advantage of its close relationship with Algeria to arm many states and non-state actors in North Africa -who are known for their extremism- with drones ... Iran is destabilizing our region [North Africa.]” ... There is a need to face the realities of many conflicts in North Africa.

Pitches Have Been Poor For The Series; Indore One Was Worst Of The Three: Mark Taylor

Cricket Country 04 Mar 2023
I thought Indore was a very poor pitch and should have been ranked accordingly," Taylor was quoted as saying by The Herald and The Age. A few months ago, the pitch for the Australia-South Africa Test at The Gabba had come under the scanner due to the match finishing in two and a half days, and was awarded a below-average rating.

AFL star Adam Cooney is tipped to join the new season of I'm A Celebrity... ...

The Daily Mail 23 Feb 2023
Now, it looks like he'll be swapping a comfy studio for wilderness camping and bushtucker trials in South Africa, according to the Herald Sun ... It looks like he'll be swapping a comfy studio for wilderness camping and bushtucker trials in South Africa ... An insider believes Tommy Little (pictured) will be heading to South Africa for the show. .

Namibian dancers, president welcome Jill Biden to Africa

Eagle-Tribune 23 Feb 2023
first lady Jill Biden on Wednesday as she opened a five-day, two-country visit to Africa aimed at highlighting the challenges facing women and young people and the food insecurity plaguing the Horn of Africa ... She later met with President Hage Geingob and his wife at the State House, where her arrival was heralded with more singing and dancing.

Namibia President Hage Geingob, dancers welcome Jill Biden at first stop of Africa tour

The Grio 22 Feb 2023
The United States has fallen well behind China in investment in sub-Saharan Africa, which has become a key battleground in an increasingly fraught competition between the major powers ... She later met with President Hage Geingob and his wife at the State House, where her arrival was heralded with more singing and dancing.

Young Nigerians warming to outsider Peter Obi in final race for presidency

The Guardian 19 Feb 2023
... elections next weekend, heralding potentially sweeping change in Africa’s most populous nation.

AKA: slain South African rapper was a once-in-a-generation pop culture sensation

Independent online (SA) 18 Feb 2023
AKA, South Africa’s most recognisable name in hip hop, was gunned down, with his friend, celebrity chef Tebello ‘Tibz’ Motsoane, outside a restaurant along Durban’s popular night spot Florida Road on February 10 ... Just a few days before he died, AKA reiterated he was South Africa’s greatest hip hop producer on account of his multiple hits.

Spring 2023 semester sees largest study abroad numbers since start of pandemic

The Brown Daily Herald 15 Feb 2023
The size of this year’s cohort reflects a steady uptick in students studying abroad throughout recent semesters, Blue wrote in an email to The Herald ... Students told The Herald that program directors and advisors played an instrumental role in helping choose programs, handle logistics and create a positive experience.

My Turn: Way back in the 1950s

The Recorder 13 Feb 2023
As I enter the final quarter of my life this month, there’s a tendency to look back and evaluate just what a long, strange trip it’s been ... The 2000s began on 9/11 ... In 1948, the Berlin Airlift heralded the Cold War, the state of Israel and the resulting Palestinian exodus came into being, and South Africa instituted its policy of apartheid ... Daniel A ... .

U.S.-Africa Business Summit to be held July 11-14 in Gaborone, Botswana

Business Ghana 07 Feb 2023
- Africa Business Forum, hosted by President Joseph R ... Minister of Investment, Trade and Industry the Honorable Mmusi Kgafela said, “We look forward to working with our partners at the Corporate Council on Africa to herald a new era of two-way trade and investment between Africa and the United States ... ABOUT CORPORATE COUNCIL ON AFRICA (CCA).

Omaha zoo unveils next big project: $21 million Hubbard Orangutan Forest

Beatrice Daily Sun 06 Feb 2023

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