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POWER & ENERGY KENYA 2015

27 April 2015 - 29 April 2015, Nairobi, Kenya

Big 3 Africa

Big 3 Africa

7 May 2015 - 9 May 2015, Nairobi, Kenya

 
 

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Soweto Rising is a cutting edge urban street culture film which tracks the influence of Soweto as a former “township” space on the pulse of contemporary street

 

Lech Walesa: wal-900x447Africa has a great potential

The 2nd Africa – Central Europe Economic Cooperation Forum was one of important elements of a 3-day European Economic Congress, which was held on 7 – 9 May 2014 in Katowice, Poland.

The discussions were divided into three major panels and the representatives of Polish and African countries governments took part in them. The participants of the discussions talked about the most promising trades and sectors of African economies and shared their observations on running business in the countries of Northern Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa.

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The White Gfront_page_403_300azelle Tours & Ent.

The White Gazelle Tours & Enterprises is a partnership firm that was founded in 2004 promoting responsible tourism in Kenya, which is about respecting, protecting and benefiting local communities, culture and environment.

The White Gazelle Tours & Ent, is out to make positive contributions to the conservation of natural and cultural heritage embracing diversity, and provide more enjoyable experiences for tourists through the meaningful connections with local people and institutions with greater understanding of local cultural and social environmental issues.

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Modernity


Women in front of computer monitors

women-empowerment-6 Dakar - in the fast-growing, vibrant capital of Senegal, the country's first technological network for women is being set up. Read more
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African space conquest

Space missions are generally not associated with Africa. America, Russia, China, India, recently even Iran - are the countries fighting for primacy in space research. But it surely does not mean that the space is closed for Africans. Read more

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Made in Africa – it sounds proudly

Luxury products - not a cheap labor market – that is what the latest idea of success looks like in Africa. The trend can be seen everywhere - from traditional typical African products to such that until recently, would be associated for instance with Italian ones. Read more

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E-Africa

African e-services market grows in leaps and bounds. The last two years recall a online race between the countries of the continent. Such results did not anticipate the biggest optimists. In addition, it seems to be just the beginning, because in Africa an access to the Internet is just starting to catch up the world. Read more

Culture


Near the end of malaria?

Ghana_malaria_outreach_(7250841590) This can be called a victory for which Africa and international organisations have worked for years. Malaria - one of the most deadly diseases of the continent is... Read more
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Foremost – education

UNESCO warns. Soon up to 50% of all illiterate people in the world may come from Africa. Among others, this is why education is regarded as problem no. 1 by the World Economic Forum. Read more

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Record-breaking ideas

Does anyone still remember the Guinness World Records? Immediately after the changes of 1989, Poland was rocked by subsequent long chains made from bubliks, the new masters of juggling empty orangeade bottles and the largest Silesian dumplings in the world. The country, in a slightly comical way, made its presence in the world to be noticed. In Africa, it is not otherwise, although the mania for breaking records has a slightly less entertaining dimension. Read more

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Holly, Bolly, Nolly

This November autumn will be extremely hot in Łodz. The capital of Polish cinema will play host to productions from the capital of the African Cinema industry - Lagos - that is from Nigeria. The Nollywood Festival Poland will be held 28-30.11.2014. What awaits us? Read more