Posts Tagged ‘Equatorial Guinea’

African Cup of Nations 2013 Predictions

So first we gave you the back story. Now here’s our official predictions for the African Cup of Nations 2013. We’ll have more detailed team profiles by fans of each country coming up in the next few days, and if you think we’ve got it horribly wrong about your team don’t be shy about calling us out in the comments, especially if you’re Zambian or South African. (Also, don’t forget to join our Fantasy ...

20 Jan 12:59 PM 0 Read More...

Photo: Dignitaries At Inaugural Ceremony of Pres. John Mahama

At the Inaugural and Swearing-in ceremony of President John Dramani Mahama at the Independence Square in Accra, a couple of African Head-of-States, Foreign Dignitaries and other personalities graced the occasion. Blow are photos of the various dignitaries and special invited guests who graced the occasion. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="576"] Former President Jerry John Rawlings & Nana Konadu Agyem...

08 Jan 12:17 AM 0 Read More...

Full Text of President John Mahama’s Inaugural Speech

Below is the full text of President John Dramani Mahama's Inaugural Speech culled from Ghana's Presidency Facebook Page which he delivered at the Independence Square in Accra this morning. Rt. Hon. Speaker of Parliament, His Excellency the Vice President, Her Ladyship the Chief Justice, Your Excellencies our dear former Presidents, Your Excellencies Visiting Heads of State and Heads of Delegations, Hon. Members of P...

07 Jan 9:14 PM 0 Read More...

“The Cheetah Code” By Jon Gosier on Kickstarter

[vimeo 47374866] [caption id="" align="alignright" width="240"] "Africa Needs Cheetahs, Not Hippos" (Photo credit: Jon Gosier)[/caption] The Cheetah Code is a film and book that explores Africa's new creative class and rapidly evolving technology sector: Africa's youth population (people between 15 and 30) make up over 20% of the continent's population and around 40% of the continent's workforce. The usual story y...

17 Sep 12:28 PM 0 Read More...

30 Interesting Facts To Know About Africa…

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Image via Wikipedia"][/caption] During the 1950’s, Africa was a continent awakening to the prospects of Independence.  In the 1960’s, Africa was a continent in transition for during the decade 31 African countries South of the Sahara became independence, 17 of them in 1960 alone. Notable progress was school enrollment and some industrialization. In the 1...

20 Jul 6:39 PM 1 Read More...
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