Special Report

5/7/2015

Lagos store brings modern African luxury to Nigeria's rich

Satisfying the country's big appetite for high-end shopping and cuisines

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Nigeria’s stadium turns into beer parlour, den of prostitutesBy MOHAMMED MOMOH in Abuja | Friday, July 3  2015 at  12:48

The grand national stadium in Lagos. PHOTO | FILE |

The 55,000-seater stadium has been idle for over a decade

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Rwanda puts the roar of the 'king' back into its national parksBy NATION Correspondent | Thursday, July 2  2015 at  14:49

Bringing lions to Rwanda. PHOTO | RDB Rwanda |

The introduction of lions will broaden the country's tourist offerings

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EPRDF's tight grip on Ethiopian politics unlikely to loosen soonBy CHARLES OMONDI | Monday, June 29  2015 at  11:10

Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn (left) attend a treaty signing ceremony with China's Prime Minister Li Keqiang at the Presidential Palace in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on May 4, 2014. The Asian country is backing massive infrastructure development in the eastern Africa state. PHOTO | FILE |

The ruling party's dominance in the rural areas has left opposition outflanked

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Social media could deal your brand a blowBy ESTHER OLUKA in Kampala | Sunday, June 28  2015 at  14:21

Facebook. FILE | NATION MEDIA GROUP |

Some employers take time to investigate the accounts of potential employees

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