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Creating a Powerful Movement - Ten Lessons from the Obama Campaign

Obama’s inauguration into the White House has inspired millions of people around the world, with many also looking for change in their own country. We have highlighted ten lessons they can take from the Obama campaign to start their own grassroots movement.

Obama on the Campaign Trail



Open Letter to Nigerians

An open letter to Nigerians from the Alliance for a New and Better Nigeria on how to move the country forward.

Most Nigerians have yet to benefit from the country's riches since it gained its independence 49 years ago.



Africa 2008 reviewed: News highlights [Jul – Dec].

As usual the year gone by has been a busy news year for Africa from the chaos of the Kenyan elections through athletic triumphs at the Olympics to the military coup in Guinea we review the news from Africa in 2008.

Africa News Review



Africa 2008 reviewed: News highlights [Jan - Jun].

As usual the year gone by has been a busy news year for Africa from the chaos of the Kenyan elections through athletic triumphs at the Olympics to the military coup in Guinea we review the news from Africa in 2008.

African News Review



Africa’s most transparent countries – The 2008 Corruption perceptions Index

Transparency International has released its 2008 Corruption Perceptions Index and we look at which countries in Africa have the performed best in the global fight against corruption.

Africa's least corrupt countires



Beijing Olympics 2008 : Report Card for Africa

It has come and gone the 29th Olympiad hosted by the Chinese Capital Beijing. Africa Nations were there in force with hundreds of athletes and quite a few officials, much was expected and from some much was delivered in return. ClickAfrique reviews Africa at the Beijing Olympics.



Beijing Olympics 2008 : Report Card for Africa

It has come and gone the 29th Olympiad hosted by the Chinese Capital Beijing. Africa Nations were there in force with hundreds of athletes and quite a few officials, much was expected and from some much was delivered in return. ClickAfrique reviews Africa at the Beijing Olympics.

The Olympics are over. How did Africa do?



Rwanda has the Highest Percentage of Elected Female Lawmakers in the World

Women hold nearly half the seats in Rwanda's parliament, the highest percentage of women lawmakers in the world.

The Rwandan Parliament in session



The Cheapest Countries to Visit in Africa

Taking a trip to a foreign country can be an expensive piece of business. ClickAfrique lists the cheapest countries on the African continent to visit.

African countries like Egypt and Botswana offer the best value for money for tourists.



Tanzania - The Most Natural Place on Earth

ClickAfrique takes a look at Tanzania which has been ranked as having the best natural environment in the 2008 Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report by the World Economic Forum.

Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak hugs the skyline in north east Tanzania




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Africa’s Ten Most Tourist Friendly Countries in 2007

The World Economic Forum annually ranks over 150 countries in the world on the development of the travel and tourism in those countries, ClickAfrique looks at the African continent’s top performers.

Many African countries have place a priority on developing their travel and tourism industry seeing it a valuable money earner



What Africans Expect from Obama…and what they are Likely to Get

Senator Barrack Obama has generated a huge wave of excitement in Africa with many expecting favourable policies should he become president. ClickAfrique looks at some of things they are expecting to happen and then what is most likely to happen.

Barack Obama has already made history and could be set to make some more.



Africa’s 10 Most Powerful Women

In the last few years, we have witnessed African women step out of the shadows of their male counterparts and take a more prominent role in shaping their societies. ClickAfrique looks at the ten most powerful women on the continent.

Luisa Diogo has had a good year in 2007 which was capped off with being awarded the 2008 Global Women's Leadership Award.



Egypt the Cheapest Country in the World to Make a Mobile Phone Call

Egypt tops the list in 2007 for being the cheapest country in the world to place a 3 minutes phone call during peak hours according to a report released by the World Economic Forum.

Mobinil is Egypt’s largest mobile phone operator with over 16 million subscribers in 2007



Africa’s Ten Most IT Friendly Countries in 2007

A look at the African countries that have made the most strides in the implementation of information technology policies to make their economies more competitive in the year 2007.

Most analysts agree that there is a string link between a country’s ICT infrastructure and its economic development.



Africa’s Ten Most Competitive Economies in 2007

Competitive economies offer more opportunities for its citizens to create wealth and achieve more sustainable and higher levels of prosperity. ClickAfrqiue looks at the most competitive economies on the African continent.

The more competitive economies produce higher levels of productivity and income



Africa’s Ten Most Press Friendly Countries in 2007

In many countries, the freedom of the press has been implied to mean that all people should have the right to express themselves in writing or in any other way of expression of personal opinion or creativity. ClickAfrique takes a look to see how that freedom has fared on the African continent.

In many countries there are constitutional or statutory protections pertaining to freedom of the press



Africa’s Ten Most Business Friendly Countries in 2007

The World Bank annually ranks about 173 countries in the world on the ease of doing business in those countries, ClickAfrique looks at the African continent’s top performers.

Small to medium sized businesses (SMEs) form the backbone of most vibrant economies



Africa’s Ten Richest Countries in 2007

Economic fortunes of African countries have improved with sustained growth experienced on the continent, exceeding that of most the developed countries. Hopefully this has led to an improved standard of living and wealth creation in these countries. ClickAfrique looks at the ten wealthiest in Africa in 2007.

GDP per capita is the most often used indicator for determining the wealth of a nation



Africa’s Ten Fastest Growing Economies in 2007

Over the past few years, the economic fortunes of African countries have improved with sustained growth experienced on the continent, exceeding that of most the developed countries. ClickAfrique looks at the ten fastest growing economies in Africa in 2007.

Since the end of the conflict in Angola, its economy has benefit immensely from record oil prices.





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