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Covid-19: Mo Ibrahim Foundation study spells doom and hope for Africa

EDUCATION

Africa stares at an uncertain future in the midst of the coronavirus crisis thanks to its strengths and vulnerabilities, study reveals.

Covid-19: Mo Ibrahim Foundation study spells doom and hope for Africa

By Japheth Ogila | 1 year ago

Some African countries not viable - Mo Ibrahim

Some African countries not viable - Mo Ibrahim

DAR ES SALAAM — African states must integrate immediately or some will not survive, Mo Ibrahim, who funds the world's biggest prize in support of leadership on the continent, said late on Saturday.

| 11 years ago

Some African countries are not viable, says Mo Ibrahim

DAR ES SALAAM — African states must integrate immediately or some will not survive, Mo Ibrahim, who funds the world's biggest prize in support of leadership on the continent, said late on Saturday.

| 11 years ago

Palaver

Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka’s stylish arrival at Nyayo Stadium for Kenyatta Day, on Tuesday capped a week of early campaigns for 2012 and alliance seeking, to the extent of saying he will be the first in a Kalonzo-Uhuru-Saitoti line-up.

| 11 years ago

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