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What quest to find EAC national public digital libraries reveals

There are a number of social media book discussion groups, and they are growing. It is one sign ebooks are being read and audiobooks listened to.

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Libyans seek Egypt’s support

Egypt has seen intensive diplomatic and parliamentary discussions this week on developments in Libya.

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Mission Africa continues as Egypt prepares to hand the presidency of the AU

In two weeks’ time President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi is scheduled to hand the rotating presidency of the African Union to his South African counterpart Cyril Ramaphosa.

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Courting Africa

The UK will host the UK-Africa Investment Summit in London on 20 January.

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Can African smallholders, farm themselves out of poverty?

A great deal of research on agriculture in Africa is organised around the premise that intensification can take smallholder farmers out of poverty.

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Africans can now travel across more than half of the continent without getting visas beforehand

It is getting easier for Africans to travel across their own continent over the year.

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Realizing the promise of African health care

The quality and accessibility of health care have long been known to have a disproportionate impact on the economic and emotional wellbeing of entire societies.

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Putting a price on soil

On December 5, the world marked World Soil Day. The theme this year, “Stop Soil Erosion, Save our Future,” was chosen to raise awareness of the damage being done to soils

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African Centre of Excellence for Innovative Teaching & Learning Mathematics & Science

The African Union (AU) envisions science, technology and innovation as one of the major drivers in achieving its vision of becoming a prosperous continent by 2063.

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Better Egypt-Africa business

The 14th round of the African Economic Conference (AEC) organised by the African Development Bank (AfDB), the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa

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How price of bandwidth can be cut in African countries

All over the world, the Internet has provided extraordinary socioeconomic opportunities to businesses, governments and individuals.

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‘Africa holds extraordinary market power’

Africa finds itself in a powerful position as the New World Order begins to solidify. It has all the ingredients needed to make the big leap into sustainable prosperity,

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