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The Film Industry in Nigeria

The Film Industry in Nigeria

Nollywood, as the Nigerian film industry is more widely known, is now acknowledged as one of the biggest in the world. Star actors, better production values, and passionately enthusiastic global audience engagement are all present in the nation's developing film...

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M-Pesa Services in Kenya

M-Pesa Services in Kenya

The most popular mobile money service in Africa and the biggest fintech platform is M-PESA. Due to its unparalleled simplicity and high level of security, M-PESA is the preferred method of payment for both banked and unbanked individuals across the continent. Millions...

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The South African Tourism

The South African Tourism

Following the multiracial democratic election in 1994, South Africa increased its tourism potential by hosting several major events, including the 1995 Rugby World Cup and the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The prestige and feeling of identity of South Africa were enhanced by...

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Digital Economy in Kenya

Digital Economy in Kenya

According to Casey Torgusson, Senior Digital Specialist at the World Bank and author of the report's special section on Advancing Kenya's Digital Economy, "Kenya is keen to establish itself as a center for information and communication technology, e-commerce, and...

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Harnessing the Libyan Economy

Harnessing the Libyan Economy

Libya has never been a highly populous nation or a center of power since it is primarily a desert region with some limited possibilities for urban and sedentary life in the northwest and northeast. Libya's name is a neologism that the invading Italians came up with...

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The Africities Summit

The Africities Summit

The United Cities and Local Governments of Africa's signature Pan-African event, Africities, takes place every three years in one of the continent's five regions. In addition to financial institutions, civil society organizations, and international and continental...

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Africa & International Relations

Africa & International Relations

Africa’s International RelationsBill Ashcroft, a postcolonial researcher, tracked three key depictions of the continent in academic articles when he wrote on the status of African studies a few years ago, and the many replies and series of resistance of the discipline...

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The Service Sector in Africa

The Service Sector in Africa

The service industry employs a large percentage of the global workforce and is the primary engine of GDP in emerging countries. However, little study has been done to determine its breadth, prospects, and consequences for long-term, inclusive economic growth. This is...

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Peace & Security in Africa

Peace & Security in Africa

The sudden rise in global refugee and migrant movements has piqued curiosity in determining the core reasons. Among the most substantial drivers of forced movement and dislocation has been recognized as violent conflict. The African continent is uniquely predisposed...

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Combating Corruption in Africa

Combating Corruption in Africa

Corruption is a sort of malpractice or unlawful conduct committed by someone or something in a privileged position in an attempt to get unlawful advantages or misuse influence for selfish enrichment. Africa's corruption has reached malignant proportions. Indeed, this...

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Climate Change in Africa

Climate Change in Africa

From the 2nd to the 13th of December 2019, Chile hosted and presided over the 25th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Madrid, Spain. This yearly conference serves as a single global...

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The Africa We Want – Agenda 2063

The Africa We Want – Agenda 2063

Agenda 2063: Africa We Want The recognition by African leaders that Africa's agenda needed to be refocused and reprioritized away from the battle against racial segregation and the realization of self-determination for the continent, which had been the emphasis of The...

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