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US biotech tycoon opens Africa's first end-to-end Covid-19 jab plant

Urdu Point 19 Jan 2022
US biotech billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong on Wednesday opened a plant in Cape Town that will be the first in Africa to produce Covid-19 vaccines from start to finish ... Born in South Africa to Chinese parents and now a US citizen, the billionaire said the launch was "one of the momentous moments of my life -- this is a homecoming."
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Building a stronger nation …a leader’s perspective

B & FT Online 19 Jan 2022
There are bad roads, under resourced hospitals, poor healthcare delivery, poor educational policies among others in most communities in Africa ... Poor leadership has scattered some brilliant citizens of Africa to roam around the world in search of greener pastures ... The development of this country depends on every citizen.
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Beijing Winter Olympics aims to ‘bring athletes together for a shared future’

Independent online (SA) 19 Jan 2022
For most South Africans, the Winter Olympics due to start on February 4 in Beijing will be of little interest as South Africa is not sending a team, unlike 2018 when it did. However, for citizens of over 90 countries, which include newcomers Haiti and Saudi Arabia, there will be ...
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We shall not forsake our Black Stars – Ablakwa

Joy Online 18 Jan 2022
The North Tongu MP, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has urged Ghanaians to remain steadfast and continue to support the Black Stars throughout the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations tournament. In a tweet, he noted that either in good or bad times, citizens must remain loyal to the senior national team.
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Murder of Ghanaians in The Gambia: Commission indicts Yahya Jammeh, 13 others

Ghana News Agency 18 Jan 2022
The campaign was led by founding patrons -Mr Akoto Ampaw, Professor Kwame Karikari, and Nana Oye Bampo Addo as well as civil society organizations such as the Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative, Media Foundation for West Africa, and Africa Legal Aid.
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Praise and critique for Franklin Cudjoe after critical Facebook post on govt debt

Ghana Web 18 Jan 2022
the Imani Africa CEO asks government to go to the IMF and not be shy ... President and CEO of Imani Africa, a leading think tank, Franklin Cudjoe, has attracted praise and pillory over a critical Facebook post outlining how government debt was increasingly becoming unsustainable ... Why Africa - Ghana?.
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Praise and critique for Franklin Cudjoe after critical Facebook post on government debt

Ghana Web 18 Jan 2022
the Imani Africa CEO asks government to go to the IMF and not be shy ... President and CEO of Imani Africa, a leading think tank, Franklin Cudjoe, has attracted praise and pillory over a critical Facebook post outlining how government debt was increasingly becoming unsustainable ... Why Africa - Ghana?.
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Praise and pillory for Franklin Cudjoe after critical Facebook post on govt debt

Ghana Web 18 Jan 2022
the Imani Africa CEO asks government to go to the IMF and not be shy ... President and CEO of Imani Africa, a leading think tank, Franklin Cudjoe, has attracted praise and pillory over a critical Facebook post outlining how government debt was increasingly becoming unsustainable ... Why Africa - Ghana?.
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Praise and pillory for Franklin Cudjoe after critical Facebook post on government debt

Ghana Web 18 Jan 2022
the Imani Africa CEO asks government to go to the IMF and not be shy ... President and CEO of Imani Africa, a leading think tank, Franklin Cudjoe, has attracted praise and pillory over a critical Facebook post outlining how government debt was increasingly becoming unsustainable ... Why Africa - Ghana?.
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Pandemic Fuels Demand by Ultra-Wealthy for Investment Migration, Alternative Citizenship

Barrons 18 Jan 2022
“During COVID, the only way to get into another country was to be a resident or a citizen,” Mr ... Likewise, demand for foreign passports has been high in South Africa, as citizens there have sought refuge from the country’s political and economic instability, as well as visa-free travel to European countries.
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Angolan public media journalists assaulted, branded ‘sellouts’ while covering nationwide strike

CPJ 18 Jan 2022
The protest quickly turned violent, and they were forced to leave ... “As shown by the recent attack on the TV Zimbo and TV Palanca news crews, reporters appear to be scapegoats for some citizens’ perceived anger toward the state,” said Angela Quintal, CPJ’s Africa program coordinator ... Around 7 a.m ... ....
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Energy transition is central to Africa's economic future- IRENA, AfDB report

Algeria Times 17 Jan 2022
Around two million people currently work in the fossil fuel industry in Africa ... Of the $2.8 trillion invested in renewables globally between 2000 and 2020, only two per cent went to Africa, despite the continent's enormous renewable energy potential and its need to bring modern energy to billions of citizens still lacking access.
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China’s all-round rural revitalisation can apply to SA

Independent online (SA) 17 Jan 2022
Some of the central factors mentioned in the report, that need to be attended to urgently, includes “insecurity of tenure that results in economic exclusion (whereby) South Africa has over 60% of citizens whose land/property rights are neither recorded nor registered”.
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LETTER: Lindiwe Sisulu has reservations about the rights of Africans

Business Day 17 Jan 2022
Lindiwe Sisulu appears to have grave reservations over the rights of citizens, particularly the rights of people in Africa and more especially the rights of Africans ... John Johnston. Gordons Bay. JOIN THE DISCUSSION ... .
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Cheplapharm AG: CHEPLAPHARM AG PLANS FRANKFURT STOCK EXCHANGE LISTING IN Q1 2022

Pharmiweb 17 Jan 2022
... Australia, Canada, Japan or South Africa ... The shares may not be offered or sold in Australia, Canada, Japan or South Africa, or to, or for the account or benefit of, any national, resident or citizen of Australia, Canada, Japan or South Africa, subject to certain exceptions.

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