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Standard Chartered Bank has released an independent study on the social and economic impact of its operations in Africa, looking at its contributions to the promotion of trade and employment opportunities in host countries.
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It is often thought, those who are the most willing to help a person out are the ones who know what it is like to be in their position.
THERE was palpable anxiety among parents and guardians in the Ogba axis of Lagos metropolis Thursday, after 13 students of Ogba Junior Grammah School, Ogba, Ojodu Local Council Development Area, LCDA, collapsed after inhaling an unidentified poisonous fumes discharged from one of the cottage factories in Ogba Shopping Arcade.
The U.S. Soccer Federation says the 13th-ranked Americans will host No. 93 Azerbaijan at San Francisco's Candlestick Park on May 27, then play No.
Paxie Vreede, a retired Nanaimo physician, left for Africa Friday to check on the progress of projects funded by donations the Stephen Lewis Foundation that support grandmothers who are raising children orphaned by AIDS.
Mr David Parradang, the Comptroller-General, Nigeria Immigration Service, on Thursday in Abuja said 7,390 Nigerians were repatriated from foreign countries in 2013.
A few years ago, Janelle and Paul Johnson heard Rufus Luttig talk at their church about Hunt SA, a program he runs that brings people to South Africa to hunt and also perform missionary work.
For the first time in its five-year history the Abu Dhabi International Triathlon has sold out, with 2,400 athletes from 68 countries set to make the start on March 15. "The huge demand for the event demonstrates a consistent rise in amateurs and elites looking for the ultimate triathlon challenge with 60 percent of racers registered from around ... (more)
About half of the 912 000 vehicles registered for e-tolls actually belong to Gauteng residents, it emerged during parliamentary question time on Wednesday.
I am very, very excited to announce that registration is now open for the Photographic Caravan to Spain and Morocco in November, 2014.
The Auditor General's office says it hasn't determine yet whether it will grant Premier Alison Redford's request for a review into travel expenses and the use of government planes for out-of-province trips.
Germany's Lufthansa on Wednesday announced plans to offer wirelessly streamed movies to passengers on trans-European flights, sparking a clash over the future of traditional seatback systems at the world's largest travel fair.
At the Mobile World Congress last week I listened to Arjen Swank, business development manager of Text To Change , discuss the best way to implement a successful mobile health programme in Africa.
Sgt. Miguel A. Infante, a reconnaissance Marine with Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Crisis Response, conducts a radio check during a readiness drill in Entebbe, Uganda, on Jan. 21, 2014.
The Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs, Prof. Viola Onwuliri, has said the ministry was closely monitoring the development in Ukraine and will evacuate Nigerians in the country if the crisis escalates.
The Ministry of Trade and Industry is revising some provisions of the Ghana Standard Authority and a new bill will soon be submitted to parliament and cabinet for consideration.