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Posted by LUKWAGO. J: He's a writer, editor, blogger, affiliate and a web developer, he loves thinking creatively and finding new ways to implement different programming ideas.

Facebook To Provide Free Internet To West, East And Southern Africa

free internet

The social network giant made an announcement on Monday 5th October that its partnering with a French satellite provider Eutelsat to begin connecting free internet access in west, east and southern Africa through a satellite system known as Amos-6. Isn’t that wonderful? Check also: Mark Zuckerberg addressed the UN in regards to universal internet access Facebook and Eutelsat  have signed a multi-year ...

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The Top 10 Poorest Countries In Africa – 2015

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Its well known that Africa is among the largest continents in the world with 54 recognized countries. African is regarded as the poorest and under-developed continent in the world, approximately 36% of Africans survive on less than 1$ in a single day, however, there are some developed countries with good and wealthy economy in this continent. Check also: The top ...

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Top 5 peaceful countries in Africa

peaceful countries

Africa is one of the biggest and populous continent in the world with over 1.1 billion people, it has a diversity of languages,[9] cultures, ethnicities and tradition, some people think Africa is a continent of bloodshed and yet there are so many peaceful places, though many others were listed including, Sierraleone, Magadascar, Morocco, Angola, Ghana and Uganda.[4] Check also: Uganda ...

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FIFA Sponsors Want Blatter Out Of Office Before February

FIFA

Big companies such as McDonald, Visa, Coca-Cola and Budweiser call for FIFA president Sepp Blatter to relinguish his position with immediate effect following the ongoing corruption scandal which has damaged the federation’s reputation. Check also: Sepp Blatter steps down as FIFA president Blatter who is under corruption case over a £1.35 million payment to FIFA executive Jack Warner for TV ...

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