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Total and CNOOC Lead as Knowledge Partners and Principal Sponsors at Uganda’s International Oil & Gas Summit

Irene Muloni at the Uganda International Oil & Gas Summit

UIOGS 2017 Continues to Build Momentum as International Support Grows Total and CNOOC Limited have confirmed their support for the 3rd Uganda International Oil & Gas Summit (UIOGS) 2017 (www.UIOGS.com), partnering as lead sponsors and co-hosts to the event when it returns 27-28th September at the Hotel Serena, Kampala. Hosted …

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iflix Secures Additional $133 Million Funding, Led by Hearst

iflix secures additional $133 Million funding, led by Hearst

Follows successful global rollout of its service in emerging markets iflix (www.iflix.com), the world’s leading Subscription Video on Demand (SVoD) service for emerging markets, today announced it has completed a $133 million funding round as it continues to deliver on its vision of bringing the world’s best entertainment to its …

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Free Trade Agreements Present an Opportunity to Access New Markets


According to Furriel, the continents’ full potential will remain unfulfilled unless we address the challenges of poor infrastructure, small and fragmented markets, under-developed production structures and inadequate economic transformation The free trade agreements in Africa, particularly the Tripartite Free Trade Agreement and the envisaged Continental Free Trade Area present an …

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UNITAR Leadership and Entrepreneurship Programme for 25 South Sudanese Professional Begins in Juba


The UNITAR South Sudan Fellowship Programme: Entrepreneurship and Leadership Youth Training 2017 Cycle begins with an Workshop I: Orientation on 7 August at UNITAR’s Juba office, located in the UNDP compound, Juba, South Sudan. The Orientation Workshop will be followed by Workshop I, to be held from 16 – 20 …

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The economic model of Karl Marx

Economic Model

Marxism refers to a socioeconomic scrutiny that examines class relations and communal conflict through a materialist understanding of historical development. Within the framework of Karl Marx, the theme of exploitation is connected to the wages of labourers. According to Marx, exploitation occurs when several principles are circumvented within the setting …

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Half year: Dangote Cement records 12.6% Sales volume increase across Africa

Dangote Group

Dangote Cement, Africa’s largest cement producer, has announced its unaudited results for the six months ended 30th June 2017 Dangote Cement (DangoteCement.com), Africa’s largest cement producer, has announced its unaudited results for the six months ended 30th June 2017, posting a 12.6 percent increase in sales volume across Africa. In …

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