September 2009

Wednesday 30 September 2009

 

Russian Academy of Sciences PDF Print Email
Wednesday, 30 September 2009 12:13 Interviews

Russian Academy of Sciences

MOSCOW, Russia, Sept 30 (Buziness Africa) - Our Moscow Correspondent, Kester Kenn Klomegah, interviews the Deputy Director for African Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Senior Research Fellow and Chair of the Center of History and Cultural Anthropology, Professor Dmitri Bondarenko about the history, achievements, problems and future plans as the Institute celebrates its 50th anniversary of the establishment in Moscow.


 

Russian Academy of Sciences PDF Print Email
Wednesday, 30 September 2009 12:13 Society

Russian Academy of Sciences

MOSCOW, Russia, Sept 30 (Buziness Africa) - Our Moscow Correspondent, Kester Kenn Klomegah, interviews the Deputy Director for African Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Senior Research Fellow and Chair of the Center of History and Cultural Anthropology, Professor Dmitri Bondarenko about the history, achievements, problems and future plans as the Institute celebrates its 50th anniversary of the establishment in Moscow.



Tuesday 29 September 2009

 

Standard Bank Group And Troika Dialog Reached Deal PDF Print Email
Tuesday, 29 September 2009 12:53 News

Standard Bank Group And Troika Dialog Reached Deal

MOSCOW, Sept 28 (Interfax) - South Africa's Standard Bank and the Troika Dialog Group of Companies have closed a deal through which Standard Bank acquired 33% in Troika Dialog and transferred to it 100% in its Russian subsidiary CJSC Standard Bank and its entire Russian business, Troika Dialog said in a statement.


 

Can G-20 Really Succeed Where G-8 Failed? PDF Print Email
Tuesday, 29 September 2009 12:48 News

Can G-20 Really Succeed Where G-8 Failed?

By Kester Kenn Klomegah

MOSCOW, Russia, Sept 28 (Buziness Africa) – South Africa has not been as vociferous or vigorous as one would expect on reforming the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to give African countries a bigger say and end the imposition of damaging conditionalities, Sarah Gillam, International Head of Media and Image for ActionAid, told Buziness Africa in an interview from London.


 

Nkrumah’s Resounding Propaganda Theme For Self-Government PDF Print Email
Tuesday, 29 September 2009 11:10 Society

Nkrumah’s Resounding Propaganda Theme For Self-Government

MOSCOW, Sept 28 (Buziness Africa) – Kwame Nkrumah, the first president of Ghana and a well-known pan-Africanist, used many propaganda techniques to manipulate christian psychology, manipulated the messiah symbol, adapted many christian myths to create a martyr cult, and sigificantly adapted christian liturgy for modeling his party’s youth organizations, Dr Churchill Ewumbue-Monono, President of the Union of African Diplomats in the Russia told Buziness Africa magazine in an interview during the week marking the 100th birthday of Nkrumah in Moscow.


 

Mobilising African Women for Economic Development PDF Print Email
Tuesday, 29 September 2009 00:00 Women

Mobilising African Women for Economic Development

ACCRA, Ghana, Sept. 28, (GNA) - Nana Konadu Agyemang Rawlings, former First Lady at the weekend, observed that women are the only oppressed group in society that live in intimate association with their oppressors.



Monday 28 September 2009

 

Gadhafi, Chavez promote Africa-South America ties PDF Print Email
Monday, 28 September 2009 13:16 Investment

Gadhafi, Chavez promote Africa-South America ties

MOSCOW, Russia, Sept 27 (APA) - A regional bank for South America, the Bank of the South, with a $20-billion initial capital has been set up under an agreement signed by seven nations – Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Venezuela, Paraguay, Uruguay and Equador – on the sidelines of the South America-Africa summit in Venezuela on Saturday, APA kearns from Moscow.


 

Gadhafi, Chavez promote Africa-South America ties PDF Print Email
Monday, 28 September 2009 13:16 News

Gadhafi, Chavez promote Africa-South America ties

MOSCOW, Russia, Sept 27 (APA) - A regional bank for South America, the Bank of the South, with a $20-billion initial capital has been set up under an agreement signed by seven nations – Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Venezuela, Paraguay, Uruguay and Equador – on the sidelines of the South America-Africa summit in Venezuela on Saturday, APA kearns from Moscow.


 

South African Man Marries Four Women At Same Time PDF Print Email
Monday, 28 September 2009 13:10 Society

South African Man Marries Four Women At Same Time

By Nkemeleng Nkosi

WEENEN, South Africa, Sept 27 (AP) – Milton Mbhele showed up for his wedding in a white limousine — with four brides.

The women in white gowns each received rings and a kiss from the groom at a ceremony Saturday attended by hundreds of people. On Sunday, the families gathered for a second traditional Zulu wedding and planned to exchange gifts on Monday.


 

SOUTH AMERICA-AFRICA: Coming Together To Fight Poverty PDF Print Email
Monday, 28 September 2009 13:08 Diplomacy

SOUTH AMERICA-AFRICA: Coming Together To Fight Poverty

By Humberto Márquez

PORLAMAR, Venezuela, Sep 27 (IPS) - A declaration that puts an accent on the positions of the developing South and expresses a renewed commitment to cooperation in the fight against poverty and for development was signed by the leaders who met over the weekend in the second South America-Africa summit, on the Venezuelan island of Margarita.


 

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