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Namibian President Hage Geingob laid to rest at Heroes' Acre cemetery after state funeral

Killeen Daily Herald 25 Feb 2024
He was Namibia's third president since it gained independence from apartheid South Africa in 1990 ... The leaders of South Africa, Angola, Botswana, Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe all attended ... AP Africa news. https.//apnews.com/hub/africa.
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Tvesa Malik wins Supersport Ladies Challenge in South Africa for maiden international title

Beijing News 24 Feb 2024
Sun City [South Africa], February 24 (ANI) ... South Africa ... The 29-year-old Tvesa, a multiple winner on the Hero Women's Pro Golf Tour becomes the second Indian after Diksha Dagar to win in South Africa.
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Empowering Tech: Africa’s Untapped Talent and ProDevs’ Impact

GetNews 23 Feb 2024
The question often heard is, "Why should one hire from Africa?" ... As companies worldwide grapple with this impending crisis, an unexpected hero emerges – Africa ... Unlocking Africa's Tech Potential ... The Promise Within Africa's Youth ... Africa.
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Future is Africa: Japanese anime, manga find fresh opportunities

Asahi News 19 Feb 2024
In the “fanzine” section, a science fiction hero manga modeled on South Africa’s first black president, Nelson Mandela, as well as manga magazines created by Zimbabwean artists based on the Weekly Shonen Jump magazine, were on display.
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Tennis balls disrupt Bundesliga as Bayer Leverkusen moves 8 points clear at top

Newsday 17 Feb 2024
Dortmund was without Sébastien Haller, who was given a hero’s reception on Thursday upon his return from helping Ivory Coast win the Africa Cup of Nations ... reach the quarterfinals of the Africa Cup.
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A Black author takes a new look at Georgia's white founder and his failed attempt ...

Times Union 17 Feb 2024
In a 1776 letter to Granville Sharp, an attorney who fought to help former slaves retain their freedom, Oglethorpe proclaimed "Africa had produced a race of heroes” in its kings and military leaders.
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A Black author takes a new look at Georgia's white founder and his failed attempt to ban slavery

The Call 17 Feb 2024
In a 1776 letter to Granville Sharp, an attorney who fought to help former slaves retain their freedom, Oglethorpe proclaimed "Africa had produced a race of heroes” in its kings and military leaders.
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A Black author takes a new look at Georgia’s white founder and his failed attempt ...

Wtop 17 Feb 2024
In a 1776 letter to Granville Sharp, an attorney who fought to help former slaves retain their freedom, Oglethorpe proclaimed “Africa had produced a race of heroes” in its kings and military leaders.
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Black author takes new look at Georgia’s white founder

Gulf Today 17 Feb 2024
In a 1776 letter to Granville Sharp, an attorney who fought to help former slaves retain their freedom, Oglethorpe proclaimed “Africa had produced a race of heroes” in its kings and military leaders.
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The Living Desert proves commitment to conservation at recent summit

Desert Sun 16 Feb 2024
... we were swept around the world as we heard from each of the eight guests of honor – the “heroes” as they were called, who described their life’s work, be it in Mongolia, Baja, Kenya or South Africa.
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‘The Very Worst Thing that Could Possibly Happen’ Podcast Tops Ambies Nominations List

The Hollywood Reporter 16 Feb 2024
Show additional share options. Show additional share options ... Other contenders for the podcast of the year award include 50 Years of Hip-Hop (iHeart Podcasts), Can You Dig It? ... Taking Cover (NPR), Exposed ... History’s Secret Heroes ... The Africas vs ... Dr.
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In the Belly of MrBeast

Time 15 Feb 2024
He’s raised awareness about food insecurity, amputees in Cambodia, the struggles of the Hopi tribe in Arizona, and the plight of orphans in South Africa ... When he dug 100 wells in Africa, he triggered a barrage of white-­savior accusations.
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Archer Welcomes Jeff Longoria as Chief Commercial Officer

The Eagle-Tribune 13 Feb 2024
Longoria spent 5 years in London, where he was responsible for building the SecureWorks brand and aggressively expanding revenue in the UK, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
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Revolutionizing Tech: Africa’s Untapped Talent and ProDevs’ Impact

GetNews 12 Feb 2024
As companies worldwide grapple with this impending crisis, an unexpected hero emerges – Africa ... Unlocking Africa's Tech Potential. Africa's tech market beats with a remarkable 15-20% annual growth rate, harboring seven billion-dollar startups.
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