The Bank aims to empower the African food community, support young entrepreneurs, connect food innovators and provide a platform to showcase new products from the continent.
The event in Paris was considered a resounding success, and Chad succeeded in raising US $12.9 billion (approximately 7,120 billion CFA francs) in funding pledges from both public and private international donors.
He highlighted the need for African governments to improve the business climate by creating an environment that is favourable to private investment in infrastructure, including the regulatory environment, so that public-private partnerships can be developed.
The documented deaths following the deadly violence is estimated at 3,000. A number so huge that it could easily catch the eye of the International Criminal Court. Gbagbo is the first ex-head of state to cool his heels behind bars in such a high-profile Court.
The commission will also investigate the reports of mass graves in Kasai, Democratic Republic of Congo. According to the news reports grabbing the global headlines, it is quite clear that if the situation is not addressed the country will plunge into civil war.
Moscow has been throwing its weight behind the Al-Assad Regime and its forces, whereas Washington has backed up the rebel fighters and called for the removal of President Bashar Al-Assad.
Trump who oftentimes paints an image of an overweening and acerbic-tongued leader has in the recent past distanced himself from the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. A move that left the other world leaders with a sour taste in the mouths.
His substantial mediation input channeled towards the effort to end the violence in the then war torn Mozambique, is described as an amazing and uplifting reconciliatory work.
A few miles north, 11 people died in the village of Pobrais in Portugal, many as they tried to escape the flames. A survivor spoke of the roads being blocked and of no-one coming to their aid, Portugal is observing three days of mourning for the victims
"Africa's population will more than double up to 2.5 billion people until 2050 with half of them being under 25 years. By then Africa's youth population will be ten times the size of European Union's. What will this youth boom do, what will they think, what will they want?"
''Therefore, after careful consideration, I have decided it is in the best interests of Fifa and the AFC (Asian Football Confederation), for me to withdraw my candidacy for the Fifa Council and resign from my current football positions."
“If they continue that policy, he would probably be the single largest producer of rice in the world, in about four years. The reason why I was so excited about that is that agriculture is cool, agriculture is a business…agriculture pays.”
There are 2.5 million African immigrants in the U.S., according to the Pew Research Center. When including the Caribbean, Latin America and other regions, there are as many as five million Black immigrants in America. People from Africa have the fastest growth rate of the immigrant groups in the U.
Farah, who moved to Britain aged eight, is at a training camp in Ethiopia as part of his preparations for August's World Championships in London, and is not planning to return to the US for a number of weeks.
The time for empty talk is over. Now arrives the hour of action. Do not allow anyone to tell you that it cannot be done. No challenge can match the heart and fight and spirit of America. We will not fail. Our country will thrive and prosper again.
In the cadence of an African-American preacher, Obama moved the nation with soaring rhetoric, before crashing both the Clinton Machine in the Democratic Party and, that historic November, the Republican Party.
With the tensions building up, at least 26,000 Gambians, fearful that violence could erupt, sought refuge in Senegal this week, but the army commander's statement has assured some countrymen that the soldiers won't enforce the defeated president's rule.
When the champion of democratisation looks the other way, presidents can get away with heinous crimes, in a replay of the cold war, when America used its might to advance the political interests of leaders allied with it, irrespective of the consequences for the country in question.
But that potential will be realized only if our democracy works. Only if our politics reflects the decency of the people. Only if all of us, regardless of our party affiliation or particular interest, help restore the sense of common purpose that we so badly need right now.
To all of the people who cheered us on, who gathered at rallies to show their support, and who queued in long lines to vote for me, I know that this is not the outcome that we wanted and hoped for, but I say to you that this day should not mark the defeat of your role in this nation’s political proc
The Bondo based Prof. Okumu single-handedly negotiated peace between Nelson Mandela and the then Zulu leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi, allowing South Africa's independence elections that brought the African National Congress (ANC) to power.
American President Barack Obama’s father’s yearning for education in the United States could have provided the spark for the extraordinary scholarships that American universities offered to African, and especially Kenyan, students in the 1960s
For decades, many African students in India have complained about racial discrimination, but there has never been a firm commitment by the Indian authorities to address their plight.
The 2nd Africa Regional Forum on Sustainable Development which took place on 18th May 2016 under the theme: “Ensuring inclusive and integrated implementation and follow-up of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and Agenda 2063” mapped how the continent can fast-track it