KEY POINTS Beginning in January 2024, the UK government will forbid international students from bringing dependents along, unless they are enrolled in a research
Buying Wholesale CBD: What You Need to Know | The African Exponent.
What’s the new hype in the health and wellness scene? CBD, of course! By 2028, experts predict that global CBD sales will have topped
A Deep Dive into the Strategies and Techniques of Top Sports Analysts | The African Exponent.
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Why Cecil Rhodes’ Grave in Matopos Must Be Removed for Radical Decolonization | The African Exponent.
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Why Botswana Is Demanding Bigger Diamonds Share, And Threatening To Break De Beers Deal | The African Exponent.
Key Points Botswana holds vast diamond riches, which have helped the country achieve economic growth and stability. Botswana mines the diamonds in a joint-venture
Casualties of War: The Painful Fate Of Women and Children Caught In Sudanese Civil War | The African Exponent.
Key Points: Four women have stepped forward as victims of sexual assault at the hands of armed forces Medical centres currently face a severe
The Growing Potential of Forex Trading in Africa | The African Exponent.
The forex industry in Africa has been growing significantly. It has been estimated that the number of forex traders across the continent ranges from
Trading under the AfCFTA Draws Near as 46 Countries Ratify the Agreement | The African Exponent.
KEY POINTS The AfCFTA operational phase was successfully launched in July 2019, but no trade has yet taken place under the agreement As of
A Look Into The Violent Reality Of Child Marriages In Africa This Decade | The African Exponent.
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Stop Treating African Leaders Like Kids” – President Ruto Educates World Leaders | The African Exponent.
KEY POINTS President Ruto scolds the U.K. government for its treatment of Africa Leaders during their visit to the country to commemorate with the