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Farmcrowdy Closes on Additional Seed Funding of $1 Million

Pioneers of digital agriculture in Nigeria since 2016 and with a team of 50, Farmcrowdy has empowered over 12,000 farmers across 14 states in the Nigeria, reared close to 2,000,000 broiler birds as part of its poultry farm cycles and cultivated over 16,000 acres of farmland with over 35,000 farm units sold to date.
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Flight 302 Crash: Ethiopia Airlines Group CEO Issues Statement.

Ethiopîa Airlines Group CEO, Tewolde GebreMariam, has issued an official statement following the the tragic crash of Ethiopian Airlines flight 302.
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The American School of Douala Celebrates Forty Years of Excellence in Education

The American School of Douala is celebrating its 40th anniversary with an open day on Saturday, March 30th, 2019 from 10a.m to 12p.m. The public is invited to take a tour of the campus, check out its outstanding facilities, find out more about the school and celebrate 40 years of excellence with them
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5eme Édition du Sommet Sur Le Leadership Féminin En Entreprise.

Cette année, le sommet se tiendra le jeudi 14 mars 2019 au Star land Hôtel, Bonapriso Douala de 9h30 à 14h30. Il sera question de présenter aux participantes l’importance du mentorat dans le processus de développement de l’expertise et de la carrière des femmes en entreprises.
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The Corporate Women in Leadership Summit Announces its 5th Edition

This summit has been scheduled to take place on Thursday, March 14th, 2019 at Starland Hotel, Bonapriso Douala from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
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Nigerian British Playwright tackles Immigration, Deportations and the Windrush Scandal in Ilé La Wà

How do you belong to a place that doesn’t see you? This emotive question, which hangs over the heads of many ethnic minority communities who call the UK home, is the central theme tackled by Tolu Agbelusi’s debut play Ilé La Wà. The Windrush Scandal and the underlying anti-immigration stance during the Brexit campaign have reawakened conversations about race, identity and belonging within the UK.
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Ndop and Atoghu: Fabrics from Cameroon to the World

Black Panther may have revealed much about African fashion and art to the world, but there's a lot more to discover.

With the likes of the Kente fabric from Ghana, Agbada of West/North Africa and the Zulu traditional wear from South Africa, the Ndop and Atoghu are bringing a new perspective of African style to the global fashion scene, all the way from Cameroon.
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Top 3 Morning Lifestyle Tricks to Adopt

Wellness often lives in simplicity. These are simple lifestyle tricks for your well-being.

With 24 hours each day, what you do when you wake up in the morning can be very decisive. It is important to start off fit and positive to face the rest of the day. Spice up your morning schedule with these 3 points which will surely improve your productivity and efficiency as you carry on with a potentially busy schedule.
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Five Essential Tips to Create an Office Space at Home

Whether it is a separate room or an office area in the living room or bedroom, it is important to create a real workspace at home. Here are our essential tips.

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Célébrez votre Sainte -Valentin agréablement et sans stress avec votre Carte Ecobank Cameroun Gold.

Faites des achats en ligne et hors ligne immédiatement, avec un délai de paiement dans les limites de votre ligne de crédit.
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