Month: August 2016

Transformation of Agriculture in Africa

This conference will aim to discuss the transformation of agriculture in Africa, based on industry industrialization strategies. It should be noted that, except for the second week in August has experienced successive declines in copper prices. Thus, to August 19, the red metal has lost 1.57% of its value, the price of a metric ton being $ 4,797.00 against $ 4,873.50 to 11 August 2016. However, the price of an ounce gold gained 0.44%, having fixed at $ 1,352.72 against $ 1,346.80 a week before. Regarding the price of cobalt, after its slight increase to $ 25,496.69, it remained...

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Congolese Action for Tolerance and Equality in Bandundu

It was a huge crowd and full of joy that the National President of the Congolese Action for Tolerance and Equality, Professor Michel balabala Kasongo, was greeted on his arrival this Saturday, August 20, 2016 in Bandundu city, its natural stronghold. This is from the village of Kabaku the other side of the river, that populations of Bandundu, many, came to the meeting with their leader, in a procession of bikers and pedestrians with stops in front of the traditional authorities throughout this trip at least 30 km, up to the city of Bandundu. Singing songs of joy in...

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The Emperor of the tribe of Judah

The Rastafari all over the world will be celebrating the Earthday/birthday of His Imperial Majesty (H.I.M), Emperor Haile Selassie I, King of Kings, Lord of Lords, Conquering Lion from the tribe of Judah. Levi Roots reflects on the enduring influence of Haile Selassie, in the week that marks the birth of the late Ethiopian Emperor It was Jamaica’s greatest prophet and first national hero, Marcus Mosiah Garvey, who brought the news of the impending crowning to the Jamaican people in the late 1920s, with the immortal words: “Look to Africa where a black king shall be crowned. He shall...

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Beenie Man to Perform

JAMAICAN DANCEHALL star Beenie Man is to perform for the first time since contracting the Zika virus. The Grammy Award-winning star was forced to pull out of Toronto’s OVO Fest, founded by Canadian rapper Drake, last month after he was denied a visa because of his condition. On September 30, Beenie Man shared an Instagram photo of himself, seemingly in considerable pain, undergoing blood tests. “No visa fi mi Canada show,” the Jamaican singer wrote. “The same Zika mosquito gi mi dengue. Blood test, injections, pills. Wi a hol firm still.” The dancehall star will take to the stage...

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The National Electoral Commission cure is Technical not Political

The Movement for the Liberation of Congo -MLC-, expensive party to Jean-Pierre Bemba took part in the meeting on Saturday 20 August between INEC and the political class. Held in the auditorium of the Palace of the People, this was a meeting focused on why the timing sixteen months set by the Independent National Electoral Commission to revise the electoral roll. This is the current election crisis that generates the political crisis in the making. And the political dialogue conducted by Kodjo seems, for many, the saving option. ” False ” retorted Jean-Désiré Mbonzi wa Mbonzi, top frame and...

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Congolese Models

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