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What Trump’s Presidency Means For The African Continent

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Donald Trump’s stunning victory in the elections last week sent shockwaves throughout the African continent. Very few people across the continent anticipated Donald Trump to be the new leader of the free world. Check also: How Africa Reacted When Trump Was Announced As The Next U.S. President Residents of K’ogelo Village (Obama’s father’s rural home) had predicted a big win for ...

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The Afcon draws started at 17:30 GMT: with anthem of Gabon anthem being sung. President Ali Bongo Ondimba was in attendance with the Prime Minister Check also: Uganda Cranes qualifies for AFCON After 38 Years of Waiting Top brass of CAF was led by President Issa Hayatou, representatives of football associations and also the media was fully represented. 16 national ...

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African Governments Have Slightly Improved Their Governance, According To Survey

africa governance

JOHANNESBURG —  Africa’s countries have struggled to improve their governance in the past 10 years, according to a comprehensive survey released Monday. The continent’s 54 countries together advanced just one point on a 100-point scale measuring overall governance since 2006, according to the Ibrahim Index of African Governance. Check also: 7 African Countries Where People Are Most Afraid During Elections Although ...

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7 African Countries Where People Are Most Afraid During Elections

elections in Africa

Threats, bribes and stuffed ballot boxes may sound like a political drama, but these are all real issues that Africans face during national elections, a public opinion study has revealed. Check also: “We Want Elections By The End Of 2016,” DRC Opposition Leader Etienne Tshisekedi Demands The results, published by pan-African research institute Afrobarometer paint a dire picture of trust in the democratic ...

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Rwanda’s Capital, Kigali Is The Cleanest City In Africa

Kigali Rwanda

Kigali, Rwanda’s capital, is often lauded as “Africa’s cleanest city”. [9]The country’s 2008 ban on non-biodegradable plastic is often mentioned as a cause. [3]Another is that on the last Saturday of every month, people across the country commit time to projects aimed at improving the country’s public spaces,[7] in a mandatory practice called Umuganda, loosely translated as “coming together to ...

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