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Isaac Kaledzi

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Isaac Kaledzi is an experienced and award winning journalist from Ghana. He has worked for several media brands both in Ghana and on the International scene. Isaac Kaledzi is currently serving as an African Correspondent for DW.

Algeria’s Sonatrach wins law suit against Repsol over profit sharing

The Algerian oil consortium group, Sonatrach has won a law suite against Spanish Repsol in the international court arbitration over profit sharing. The wrangle...

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This blood sucker might not be your best friend, but it loves you. The mosquito, Aedes aegypti, is causing widespread fear in Brazil where it...

US election: 71.6m watch final Trump and Clinton debate on TV in the US

The third presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump drew an estimated television audience of 71.6 million. That was lower than the audience for...

Dangote acquires gas processing company in the Netherlands

In a bid to meet Nigeria’s gas requirements, Dangote industries Limited (DIL) has completed the acquisition of Twister B.V, a company based in the...

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Thailand presses Google over online royal insults

Google has agreed to co-operate with the removal of online content insulting Thailand's monarchy, the country's deputy prime minister says. Prajin Juntong said he had...

Facebook CEO lauds Tuteria boss, a Nigerian tech geek he met in Abuja

Founder and CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, has lauded Godwin Benson, a Nigerian tech inventor, whose award winning invention is connecting people. Zuckerberg used a...

Church calls for fresh dialogue in DRC, says polls should be held in 2017

The Catholic Church in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), has finally spoken on political situation in the country condemning the signing of an...

Cameroon: Road collapse and train derailment cuts off two major cities

The major road and railway linking Cameroonian capital Yaounde and the largest city Douala were delinked after the collapse of the road and the...

Son of Nigeria’s Ken Saro-Wiwa dies

The son of renowned Nigerian environmental activist Ken Saro-Wiwa, who was executed more than 20 years ago, has died in London. Ken Saro-Wiwa Jr, 47,...

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