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Dlamini-Zuma Become the First Female to Head the African Union

South Africa's Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has won the vote to become the new head of the African Union Commission and the first woman to hold the...

Nigeria, Oil Firm to Establish Two Refineries Worth $4.5 Billion

Nigeria's Federal Government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Petroleum Refining and Strategic Reserve Limited (PRSR), a renowned America-Nigeria joint venture,...

UN-Backed AU Peacekeeping Force for Mali Imminent

The African Union, Chairman, President Thomas Yayi Boni of Benin has announced that preparations are underway for the organisation to send a peace-keeping force...

Paul Mashatile, Zuma’s Other Headache

South African President Jacob Zuma's campaign team is keeping a close watch on Paul Shipokosa Mashatile, the chairman of the African National Congress (ANC) in...

China Committed to Stronger Economic Ties With Africa

China has reaffirmed its commitment to strengthen its cooperation with Africa, stressing that ties will focus on respect for human rights and mutual benefit, a top Chinese official said in Addis Abeba on Sunday at the opening of the 18th Ordinary session of the African Union Assembly.

Benin President Yayi New African Union Chairman

Benin President Thomas Boni Yayi was elected the African Union Chairman Sunday, taking over the one-year post from Equatorial Guinea's President Teodoro Obiang Nguema, officials said. "I want to congratulate the new chairman of the African Union... Boni Yayi," said Obiang, the outgoing chairman, speaking after the official announcement at the AU summit meeting in the Ethiopian capital.

Grand Towers to Open 12 New Hotels in Nigeria

The chairman of the Grand Towers Plc, Mr. Nze Chidi Duru announced that the company will open 12 hotels within two years in Nigeria.

Kenyan Hoteliers Fear Spread of E-Coli From Germany

Mr Kangangi suggested that tourists from that country be screened at Kenya's ports of entry by Public Health ministry officials.

Rwandan Hoteliers to Learn From Mombasa

"Mombasa is a tourist attraction in the region and we want these people to learn from their counterparts on how to provide quality service," Musanganya told reporters.

Afro-optimism 'must become action'

African countries should now focus on converting optimism in the continent's future into action, business and government leaders said during the closing session of...

Africa has entered a new chapter: Zuma

Propelled by high growth and an expanding middle class, Africa has entered a new chapter in its history, and its countries must change the...