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Nigeria’s Bobsled Team Features in Beats By Dre’s New Campaign

Nigeria’s first bobsled team photographed by Obi Grant. From Left, Akuoma Omeoga, Seun Adigun (Centre), Ngozi Onwumere (Right). Africa’s first bobsled team and Nigerian representatives have been honoured in a new video by Beats by Dr. Dre. This short video is the latest release of the”Above The Noise” campaign. The …

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Nigeria: Oil Propels Nigerian Shares to 9-Year Peak

Nigerian stocks have jumped to a nine-year high as Africa’s biggest economy emerges from its worst recession in 25 years, buoyed by the high price of oil at $69 a barrel. The country’s main equity index grew 12 percent this year in dollar terms, pushing it to the highest level …

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Caster Semenya vs Serena Williams at Laureus Sports Awards

Olympic and world 800-metre champion Caster Semenya is South Africa’s only nominee for the 2018 Laureus World Sports Awards. Semenya is up for honors in the World Sportswoman of the Year category and is up against Wimbledon champion Garbiñe Muguruza and an all-American quartet of Australian Open champion Serena Williams, …

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Uganda: This Is How a Muntu ‘Third Way’ Party Could Succeed or Fail

On Monday former Forum for Democratic Change leader, Maj Gen (rtd) Mugisha Muntu, posted on Twitter an announcement that he and like-minded colleagues would begin political “consultations” in Hoima District. If you proceed from the view that the main political parties are the ruling National Resistance Movement and the opposition …

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Guarding the Constitution

In March, Zimbabwe will celebrate the fifth anniversary of its Constitution, which was approved by a popular referendum in 2013. The Constitution was one of the major achievements of the Inclusive Government which governed the country for four years between 2009 and 2013. Nevertheless, in the aftermath of the major …

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