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General Electric appoints Jaime Morais as Angola country leader. He’s also Africa’s government affairs leader for Central and Francophone Africa

General Electric has announced the appointment of Jaime Morais as the Country Leader for GE in Angola. In this position, Jaime will play a pivotal role in steering the next phase of strategy and growth for...

Angola launches six year licensing cycle for 10 oil blocks

Africa's oil-rich country of Angola on Wednesday launched the first phase of its six-year oil licensing strategy covering 10 blocks, including blocks 11, 12, 13, 27, 28, 29, 41, 42 and 43 in the Namibe...

American businesses urged to re-engage and re-invest in the Angolan oil market

Angola has emerged as the hub of foreign direct investments within Africa, and the prospects of attracting more FDI this year are bright, particularly in the country’s oil and gas sector.
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86 percent of children in Africa cannot read or understand a simple story at age 10, says World Bank President David Malpass

The World Bank President, David Malpass, said on Thursday that close to 86 percent of children...
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Aisha Buhari storms Kogi to campaign for Governor Bello

Nigeria's First Lady, Aisha Buhari, stormed Lokoja, Kogi state, on Thursday, 14 November, 2019, for the final campaign rally of the APC...

Immediate past Speaker of the Nigerian House of Representatives Yakubu Dogara goes back to school in London

The immediate past Speaker of the Nigerian House of Representatives Yakubu  Dogara has gone back to school in London.

SEE IT: Nine-year-old child genius to graduate university. And he’s studying….Wait for it.. electrical engineering

It is not science fiction or an imaginative story from a movie. It's really happening. A child prodigy from Belgium is on course...

Op-ed – World Bank Group President David Malpass : The learning crisis requires a new approach

For most children, turning 10 is an exciting moment. They’re learning more about the world and expanding their horizons. But too...

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