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Alberta Premier Alison Redford arrives at a meeting of the provincial Progressive Conservative Party executive in Calgary on March 15, 2014.
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"The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page", said St Augustin.
On this week's episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta , this indoorsy group finds themselves out of their element on a cave exploring expedition.
They celebrated with service filled with guest pastors from Kenya and around the Commonwealth as well as a luncheon featuring African dishes.
Air Arabia, the first and largest low-cost carrier in the Middle East and North Africa, announced that it has taken delivery of its 37th aircraft, the 6000th Airbus A320 made to date.
By Saroj Mohanty, New Delhi, March 16 : At the just concluded 10th CII-EXIM Bank Conclave on India-Africa project partnership, the High Commissioner of Nigeria, Ndubuisi Amaku, gave an interesting bit of information.
Deputy president of Numsa Christine Olivier, general-secretary Irvin Jim, deputy general-secretary Karl Cloete and national treasurer Mphumzi Maqungo at a media briefing at Numsa's offices in Braamfontein.
From the white sand beaches of Cape Town to the red dunes of Namibia, all one can see is beauty, pure beauty.
The annual Walter Rodney Symposium will be held on March 21-22, 2014 at the Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library.
Accused of witchcraft or sorcery, children with cleft lips or palates are often driven into hiding in several African countries, forced to live as outcasts unless they receive an early operation.
The Drakensberg Mountain range, also referred to as the Dragon's Mountain, is the highest mountain range in South Africa , reaching a height of 11,000 feet.
Since beginning a seven-year walk around the world in Ethiopia last year, American Paul Salopek's days have been filled with the unusual: Pre-ordering alfalfa bale drops for his camel, being held at gunpoint by human traffickers in Djbouti, venturing on foot into areas of Saudi Arabia where local Bedouin had never seen a white man.
Xi Jinping has spent much of his first year as China's president greeting a stream of foreign leaders, but his government's dual message of power and peace has garnered a mixed response.
Embattled Premier Alison Redford is expected to face a showdown with some senior Tories on Saturday following a whirlwind 24 hours that saw the PC executive director suddenly leave the job, one riding association president call for her to resign and another say the party must get to the bottom of accusations she's a bully.
With an expected 6.1% economic growth in 2014 for the sub-Saharan Africa region, Charles Brewer explains why now is the time to invest in Africa Last week as he was driving through Johannesburg, a board member of a multi-billion Euro multinational made a rather bold statement, "Africa is not only the last frontier but possibly the biggest frontier ... (more)
In late 2006, documentary filmmaker Rachel Boynton was trekking through the oil-rich Niger Delta region of southern Nigeria, and gaining zero traction with masked militants who were regularly blowing up pipelines to disrupt the global economy and protest the official corruption and income disparity arising from the exploitation of their nation's ... (more)