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U.S., Nigeria Trade Hit $38.5 Billion in 2011

AFRICANGLOBE - The United States and Nigeria's trade volume has been valued at $38.5 billion for 2011, with nearly 12 percent increase from 2010,...

Somaliland: Strengthening Ties With Ethiopia

Somaliland (An autonomous  part of Somalia) is set to sign a bilateral partnership agreement with Ethiopia by the end of 2012, covering such wide-ranging...

UN Accuses Uganda, Rwanda of Backing Rebels in Congo

Uganda has denied allegations its army is arming the M23 rebels fighting against the Kinshasa government in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), joining...

South Sudan and Sudan Presidents Continue Talks in Ethiopia

South Sudan and Sudan's presidents ended Sunday evening a first round of talks without announcing a deal as they are expected to meet again...

Tokyo Pushes Africa’s Private Sector

Driven by demand from its African trading partners, the Japanese government is looking for new ways to get the private sector involved in its...

Anti-Jacob Zuma Lobby Meet to Decide Leaders

ANC leaders from eight South African provinces, all of whom are opposed to President Jacob Zuma’s leadership, met last night in an attempt to...

Protests Grow in Sudan as Economy Crumbles

Sudan's President and international fugitive Omer Al-Bashir briefed on Monday Sudanese lawmakers about a series of structural reforms his government will undertake as part...

China Strengthens Grip On Africa

The upcoming political transition in China will not result in a change in Beijing's Africa policy, according to Dr Martyn Davies of Frontier Advisory,...

World Leaders to Gather in Ethiopia for World Economic Forum on...

More than 700 leaders from business, government, civil society, academia, media and the arts from over 70 countries will meet at the 22nd World...

Sudan Govt Mobilizes Troops for Full Scale War

The Sudanese cabinet held an emergency meeting on Wednesday chaired by president Omer Hassan al-Bashir in which they decided to suspend all negotiations with...

Pro-Military Protesters in Mali Forced Ecowas Leaders to Turn Back

Jets carrying West African presidents for a meeting with Mali's new military leaders were forced to turn back mid-flight Thursday after hundreds of supporters...

East Africa Dares UK On Homosexuality

Tanzania, Zanzibar and other East African states have said they will not accept overtures from United Kingdom to grant legal rights to homosexuals.

President of South Sudan Meets Deputy Speaker of Israeli Knesset

The President of the Republic of South Sudan H.E Gen. Salva Kiir Mayrdit on Monday Aug. 29th, 2011 in his office at Presidential Guest House in Juba met a high-level delegation from the Israeli Knesset

Nigeria’s Woodridge Hotel Entices With Business Tourism

Nigeria's Woodridge Hotel has continued to attract increasing patronage of its conference facilities, a development the hospitality outfit management attributes to the high quality and standard of if its facilities, which many conference and event planners found appealing and attractive.

Kenya Endorsed As Choice Tourist Destination

Kenya's tourism industry got a major boost at the weekend when the United Nations World Tourism Organization endorsed Kenya as a strategic partner in the world's tourism sector.

Brand South Africa in Good Shape: Zuma

The meeting, also attended by businesspeople and Minister in the Presidency Collins Chabane, discussed at length the need for business and government to work together to market the successes of the country