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Traditional deities clash with development projects in Africa

Apr 24, 2012 1

In Ghana/Africa, some development projects could be difficult to discharge against rigid traditional beliefs. In some places, such as Kumasi, capital of the Asante Region and Ghana’s second largest city, traditional beliefs clash with development projects. Taxi drivers, whose illegal parking ...

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Africa struggles for “Democratic Deepening”

Apr 6, 2012 0

Forget about the democratic hiccup in Mali, once of one of Africa’s emerging democracies. Or the fact that Mauritius is the only African country ranked as being “full” democracy by the Economist Intelligence Unit’s annual democracy index. Or the Economist ...

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Africa’s inhibitive values, International ideals collide

Mar 13, 2012 3

As Africa flowers and its traditional values play out naturally with international ideals, the ensuing schisms are helping to refine some toxic African values that have been entangling Africans’ wellbeing. The conviction for life in London, UK of Eric Bikubi ...

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The United States urges U.N. and A.U. cooperation

Jan 22, 2012 0

The United States (US) has challenged the United Nations (UN) and the African Union (AU) to work on improving their relations and accommodate each other to help foster peace and development in Africa and the rest of the world, as ...

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