The children sent to a DR Congo ‘holiday camp’ never to come back | BBC News

Joanna Heywood, BBC News Abdula Libenge holds a picture of his missing daughter. Benoit De Freine.Featured Image A court in Belgium is investigating an orphanage for alleged abduction and trafficking of children from the Democratic Republic of Congo. Children were brought to Belgium and adopted by families who had been told they were orphans. Years […]

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6 famous people you didn’t know are from Mozambique | Face2face Africa

FRANCIS AKHALBEY | Staff Writer, Face2face Africa Photo via thesefootballtimes.co. Featured Image The African nation of Mozambique endured a brutal, nine-year war to gain its independence from Portugal. The war ended on this day in 1975, with the European colonizers ruling for 477 years prior. The seeds for the independence war were planted as a […]

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Ghana is producing more female entrepreneurs than any other country | Face2face Africa

MILDRED EUROPA TAYLOR, Face2face Africa Women working at sewing machines in factory. Pic credit: Sleek Garments Export Ltd. Featured Image The rise of women in entrepreneurship is not necessarily associated with the pace of their country’s wealth and economic development as this latest Index on women’s entrepreneurship has shown. The second edition of Mastercard Index […]

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Africa Produces 75% of Cocoa But Gets 2% of $100b Chocolate Market Revenue | Ghana Business News

Emmanuel K. Dogbevi, Ghana Business News A man in Ghana sorting out cocoa beans. Featured Image For centuries, the economies of African countries have been made dependent on advanced economies, and despite the enormous amount of natural resources in Africa, over 500 million citizens continue to live in poverty. A case in point is the […]

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