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African undercover journalists work with police to expose wrongdoings

JOHANNESBURG—Just as Rosemary Nwaebuni lay down on a makeshift operating table in the back of a Nigerian bar for an illegal abortion, police burst in to arrest the unlicensed doctor. Ms. Nwaebuni, who is in her early 40s, wasn’t pregnant; she is a journalist had called the police herself. These types of stings, which she and her crew staged multiple …

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Africans in and out of diaspora asked to take taxation seriously

Nana Osei Amoh, CEO of Auxano Limited Liability Company (LLC), a budding financial firm in Virginia USA has taken advantage of the tax season in 2013 to call on his fellow Ghanaians and Africans all over the USA and those living on the continent to take their financial issues very seriously and pay careful attention to taxation. This is because …

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International Food, an example of African entrepreneurship in the USA

By Oral Ofori A typical trading scene at an African market Desmond Johnson, an African entrepreneur hailing from the West African country of Sierra Leone strongly believes in staying focused on one’s dream, he believes having a strong sense of dedication enables success in whatever human endeavor we find ourselves in. It is on the backdrop of this mentality that …

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Nigerian numismatist Adetunji Omotola and his love for Africa’s currencies

Adetunji Omotola

So TheAfricanDream.net out of curiosity recently got curious about our favorite numismatist Adetunji Omotola and his interest in Africa’s over 53 currencies, especially when the Nigerian made us aware that as of January 1, 2013, the Zambian Kwacha (ZMW) was the strongest currency on the continent. In our quest to find out more about Africa’s currencies from our amateur numismatist …

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Ghana central bank keeps benchmark policy rate steady at 14.5%

ACCRA (Reuters) – Ghana’s central bank on Monday maintained its policy rate at 14.5%, citing a need for macro-economic stability despite the slowdown brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. Respective denominations of the Ghanaian cedi currency Ghana’s economy, which relies heavily on natural resources like cocoa, gold and oil, is expected to grow in 2020 at its slowest rate in …

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US-based Ghanaian nonprofit founder renovating hospital in Ghana

ARLINGTON, Va. (WDVM) — Nana Konadu-Asare was a senior at Marymount University when her uncle, living in a town outside of Accra, Ghana, slipped and fell. He was diagnosed with a concussion and sent home. He died a few days later at just 43-years-old. “It really hit our family really hard,” Konadu-Asare said. “My mom and him were very close …

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Marley family to ‘reimagine’ Bob Marley’s One Love in support of UNICEF

NEW YORK, 9 July 2020 – Members of the Marley family will reimagine the late Bob Marley’s iconic anthem One Love to support UNICEF’s work to reimagine a fairer, more just world for children whose lives have been upended by the COVID-19 pandemic. Tuff Gong International and Amplified Music will release a new version of the seminal song on 17 July. All proceeds …

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100 of the most Iconic moments from music history

By: Joni SweetExpress // Getty Images100 iconic moments from music history Think back to the first concert you ever attended. You can probably remember the energy of the crowd yearning for the band to finally take the… Express // Getty Images 100 iconic moments from music history Think back to the first concert you ever attended. You can probably remember …

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2020, the year sport changed forever

Around six months have passed, and something is absolutely clear: 2020 will be remembered in the history of mankind as the year of COVID-19. The damned virus has done tremendous damage to the whole world, and also to sports. Let’s first recognize that sports, whether professional or amateur, is not at all the main type of human activity. Sports, the …

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