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Bono & Edge To Perform at ONE Concert In Support of World AIDS Day

Bono and Edge, of the band U2, will be among the performers at A Night of Music: Celebrating 10 Years of ONE and (RED), a special event concert that will be held on World AIDS Day, December 1st. 126 more words


7 African entrepreneurs to watch out for!

In Africa today there is an entrepreneurial boom taking place – a steadily rising number of young businessmen and women who are building successful, fast growing companies in the fields of engineering, technology, health, education and more. 994 more words


Irish singer, songwriter, musician, venture capitalist, businessman, philanthropist and frontman of  Dublin-based rock band U2, Paul David “Bono” Hewson has shown appreciation and  support for the All Africa Music Awards, AFRIMA, an effort that recognises, awards and preserves Africa`s rich music culture organised in partnership with the Africa Union Commission, AUC. 201 more words

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AFRIMA RECEIVES 2,558 ENTRIES FOR 2015 EDITION, As 13-man jury panel is expected to arrive Lagos, Nigeria on Saturday, August 8, 2015.

The International Committee of All Africa Music Awards, AFRIMA, in partnership with African Union Commission, AUC, has announced a staggering submission of entries with a total of 2,558 for AFRIMA 2015 edition at the close of submission of entries on Friday, July 31st, 2015 at 2400hrs CAT. 506 more words

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Light for Light: Electrify Africa

I feel blessed that my family has been able to grow what we eat, such as this avocado. The play of light on its skin and the leaves caught my eye while I hung laundry on the line. 520 more words


Bono To Meet Officials on Parliament Hill

U2 lead singer Bono is set to meet with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, NDP leader Tom Mulcair, and Liberal leader Justin Trudeau after a session with several non-profit organizations in Ottawa on Monday, according to CBC News. 123 more words


Most Foreign Aid Does Not Go to Neediest Countries, Report Finds

Amazing strides have been made in reducing poverty worldwide over the last quarter century — the rate has halved since 1990, from 36% of the world’s population to 18% — but rather than clapping themselves on the back, aid organizations are now calling for rich nations to go even further, and help eradicate “extreme poverty” altogether. 594 more words