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Magazine articles on politics, society, and news in Africa.
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Information Today
November 19, 2015
Royal Society of Chemistry Commits to Training African Scientists The Royal Society of Chemistry entered into a new 5-year partnership with GlaxoSmithKline to help African scientists gain analytical skills. mark for My Articles similar articles
Fast Company
February 2015
Jaclyn Trop
Turning Trash Into Treasure Lagos, Nigeria, is home to 21 million people, but only 40% of their trash is collected. mark for My Articles similar articles
Pharmaceutical Executive
May 6, 2014
Adjei et al.
Africa: The Lost Continent No More Driven by a rising GDP and calmer political and financial waters over the past decade, Africa's nascent healthcare sector is poised for a fresh surge in growth. mark for My Articles similar articles
National Defense
May 2014
Dan Parsons
Special Operations a Valuable Tool In Dealing With Bloody African Conflicts Deploying small numbers of specially trained troops, namely Army Special Operations Forces that are well versed in supporting indigenous troops, can pay dividends, said Michael D. Lumpkin, assistant secretary of defense. mark for My Articles similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
December 6, 2013
Nohria et al.
HBS Faculty Remember Nelson Mandela Harvard Business School faculty members Nitin Nohria, Linda Hill, Rosabeth Moss Kanter, and Gautam Mukunda remember Nelson Mandela, a leader who truly made a difference in the world. mark for My Articles similar articles
Pharmaceutical Executive
August 1, 2013
Joseph Saba
New Rules for a New Africa Declining revenue growth in the United States and Europe have sent pharmaceutical companies in search of opportunities in the BRICs and other emerging economies. Now, companies are finally turning their attention to Africa. mark for My Articles similar articles
Chemistry World
May 16, 2013
Anthony King
GSK partners Save the Children for Africa project Pharma giant GSK is to partner the international charity Save the Children in a five year deal, which it says aims to help save the lives of one million children. The controversial compact offers a blueprint for how businesses and non-government organizations can work together, says GSK. mark for My Articles similar articles
February 15, 2013
Michael McKenna
Oscar Pistorius Murder Right now, it doesn't look very good for Oscar Pistorius. He was found at a crime scene, and -- perhaps unfairly, but all-too-humanly -- he seems capable of the crime. mark for My Articles similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
February 2013
R. Les Cottrell
How Bad Is Africa's Internet? A decade long quest aims to pinpoint the Internet bottlenecks holding Africa back mark for My Articles similar articles
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