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WHAT IT TAKES TO MOVE 200 ELEPHANTS 1500 KM

The translocation of wild animals is becoming an increasingly important conservation strategy and is happening more and more frequently around the world. The Australian Wildlife Conservancy has translocated 20 species

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DENYING ONESELF: THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE

DENYING ONESELF: THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE A THORNY CROWN? “He that wants to be my disciple, must deny himself, take up his cross, and follow me” – Jesus Christ. 1 August

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CROWD PULLING, PRAISE SINGING, AND BROWN NOSING

CROWD PULLING, PRAISE SINGING, AND BROWN NOSING. “Recycle Your Thinking, Rethink Your Style” Barrister Austin Okeke Writes From South Africa. The practice of using the number of crowd one is

AHMED IBETO NIGERIA’S AMBASSADOR TO SOUTH AFRICA RESIGNS, DUMPS APC FOR PDP

Ahead of the 2019 general elections, the Ambassador to South Africa, Ahmed Ibeto, has resigned. He has also renounced his membership of the ruling All Progressives Congress and has crossed

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SABC CANCELS INTERVIEW WITH SOWORE FOR CALLING NIGERIA ‘SOUTH AFRICA’S OLDER BROTHER’

Presidential aspirant Omoyele Sowore has had his scheduled interview with the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) called off for describing Nigeria as “South Africa’s older brother” while appearing as a

AFRICA MUST PRODUCE OR PERISH, SOWORE SAYS IN SOUTH AFRICA

“What is happening to Africa right now is that the prices of whatever we produce are determined by the people buying them from us. When they process, they determine the

IN NIGERIA, ANGLOPHONE CAMEROONIANS TURN TO LOW PAID LABOUR

Thousands who fled a government crackdown on protests struggle for basic necessities in neighbouring Nigeria. Agbokim Waterfalls, Nigeria – Stella Obi wakes every morning in search of odd jobs in

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APPLE JUST BECAME AMERICA’S FIRST TRILLION-DOLLAR COMPANY

After a record financial quarter—and expectations of new iPhones in the fall—investors briefly pushed Apple’s market capitalization over $1 trillion today (Aug. 2). To visualize how many zeroes that is,

EMMERSON MNANGWAGA HAS WON ZIMBABWE’S CLOSE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

Ruling party candidate and incumbent Emmerson Mnangagwa has won Zimbabwe’s presidential election, the country’s electoral commission announced in the early hours, local time, of Aug. 3. President Mnangagwa won in

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NIGERIA HAS TAKEN ITS FIRST STEPS IN ADOPTING CHINA’S YUAN AS A RESERVE CURRENCY

Nigeria has become the latest African country to step up its bid to adopt Chinese yuan as a reserve currency. Two months after agreeing a three-year $2.5 billion currency swap