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University of Nairobi Represents Kenya at the SIFE...

After emerging champions during the 5th Entrepreneurship Exposition in May 26th 2007, the University...

9th October 2007
Leaders Meet to Promote Global South Trade

The second annual India-Brazil-South Africa (IBSA) summit will discuss ways to increase trilateral t...

16th October 2007
Joachim Chissano Wins Mo Ibrahim Prize

Joachim Chissano, the former President of Mozambique, who stepped down gracefully, is the winner of...

23rd October 2007
Africa Records US$36 Billion on FDI

Africa has recorded a total of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) valued at $36 billion between 2004-20...

30th October 2007
U.S. - Africa Business Summit

Hosted every two years, the event titled “Africa: Entering the Door to Opportunities,” will provide...

6th November 2007
IREN Holds the 5th ARB Meeting

Under the theme Positioning Africa in the 21st Century, Africa Resource Bank (ARB) drew ideas from A...

13th November 2007
Hope for Agriculture in Botswana

Continuous heavy rains in the country have given great hope to farmers who have been suffering becau...

15th January 2008
It’s a New Dawn For Liberia

After a decade of conflicts and war, Liberia is pulling itself out of a mess that paralyzed all the...

20th November 2007
East Africans Free to Work in Rwanda

President Paul Kagame announced that East Africans professionals seeking employment in Rwanda will n...

27th November 2007
Agriculture Debut in Nigeria

Agriculture is asserting its position as the traditional occupation of the Nigerian people. Prior to...

4th December 2007
Sudanese President Commits Himself

The President of Sudan, Omar El Bashir has confirmed his commitment to adhere to the agreement betwe...

11th December 2007
Somalia PM Dismisses Cabinet

Just three weeks after his appointment, Somalia’s new Prime Minister Nur Hassan Hussein has dismisse...

18th December 2007
Cote d'Ivoire Seeks Cooperation

The Ivorian government is in the process of consolidating peace within and without its borders to he...

24th December 2007
Uganda’s Economy Grows by 7%

During his new year’s message to the nation, President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda said that the count...

1st January 2008
Zimbabwean Dollar Continues to Tumble

Villagers in most parts of Matabeleland are selling their livestock in South African Rand, citing th...

8th January 2008
Nigeria’s Bourse Upbeat

The Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE) is looking forward to an advancement of its trading operations from...

30th January 2008
International Roots Festival in Gambia

The one-week biennial festival is observed in commemoration of the forced enslavement of millions of...

5th February 2008
1st US – Africa Tourism and Sports Seminar

The event co-sponsored by the Corporate Council on Africa (CCA) and Africa Travel Association (ATA)...

12th February 2008
Castro Resigns

Castro said “I neither will aspire to nor will I accept - I repeat - I neither will aspire to nor wi...

19th February 2008
Civic Groups Wary of EPAs

African and international civil society organisations have adopted a call for action, urging the res...

29th February 2008
Woolworths Nominated

The only nominee from Africa is listed alongside five other leading retailers under the ‘Responsible...

4th March 2008
Chicago to Host African Agribusiness

Africa’s increasing economic growth potential has created the need for a forum where leaders can exc...

11th March 2008
Gadaffi Praises Mugabe

In Uganda we have Museveni; inZimbabwe, we have Mugabe. They are real African leaders. They are seri...

18th March 2008
Protest against GMO Seeds in Kenya

Maize seeds taken for testing by civil society and farmer groups were confirmed to contain Genetica...

25th March 2008
Botswana President Does Africa Proud

President Festus Mogae of Botswana has handed over power to Ian Khama, joining the small group of Af...

1st April 2008
India – Africa Summit

The first-ever India-Africa Forum Summit that began on 8th April is expected to create a closer part...

8th April 2008
Nairobi: Awake 24-7

Apart from Nakumatt, Kenya’s leading department store’s initiative of running five of its branches a...

15th April 2008
Rising Food Prices Could Slow Down Trade in 2008

While financial turbulence may not deal a deadly blow to developed countries, the rest of the world...

22nd April 2008
Kenyan Banks on Boom Spree

Experts expected the banks to incur losses due to the post-election violence that paralyzed business...

29th April 2008
Network to Improve Knowledge Sharing in Sub-Sahara...

The network will connect people, organizations, development projects and programs, and other network...

6th May 2008
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The 15th IREN Africa Resource...