the first human beings probably evolved out of africa around ethiopia 160000-200000 year ago -welcome to our roots and most of our genetics !! one woman with enough daughters mitochondria

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Discuss next 100 bn $ of African Infrastucture Investment... 018 rising//Outlook//Continuing Entrepreneurial Revolution Curriculum of The Economist's Norman Macrae 10 sept 1923 to 11 June 2010

breaking 2018 -help accra stage africa's and the world's greatest jobs creating education summit

#theeconomist #BR9 congratulatuon's africa's nobel ;peace winner Dr Denis Mukwege, a gynaecologist from the Democratic Republic of Congo - so much so many could learn from your solutions network

Dr. Denis Mukwege is a surgeon, gynecologist and women’s rights activist. He founded the Panzi Hospital in Bukavu in 1999 as a clinic for gynaecological and obstetric care, and expected to be working on issues of maternal health. Since 1999, however, Dr. Mukwege and his staff have helped to care for more than 40,000 survivors of sexual violence, which has made him the world’s leading expert on ‘repairing’ the internal physical damage caused by (gang) rape

- special thanks to South Africa's Taddy Blecher for being first educator to celebrate Norman Macrae remembrance party ; special thanks to sir fazle abed for being the greatest educator to remember Norman and his wonderful microfranchise-0 adolesecent girls jobs clubs across BRAC in Africa;

special thanks to 4 chinese female graduates for updating Norman's belief that the sustainability of all global youth will depend on china's education leadership , Kissinger 30 year celebration of the 150 person network of Chinese Americans who love both countries futures of youth and QuarterBillionGirls can share their story of what the human race needs to celebrate now. Africa undp reports

Tuesday, December 21, 1999

transparency crisis angola


Our chief reporter, Ben Hallman, shares five reasons Luanda Leaks is more than just an investigation about Angola. Despite the name, our expose reveals how the offshore industry (home to some of dos Santos' wealth) is a global problem. It also reveals a network of accountants, lawyers and other experts willing to help move and hide illicit wealth. 


PwC chairman Bob Moritz wasn’t the only person to respond to Luanda Leaks in the past two days. The board of Portuguese bank Eurobic, in which dos Santos holds a 42.5% stake, has ended its commercial relationship with the businesswoman and “people closely related” to her. In Angola, the prosecutor general said it would use “all possible means” to get dos Santos back to the country. Other countries are now poring over our investigation.
Assuming you have read our main stories, I wanted to highlight the work of our research team to unveil more than 400 companies connected with dos Santos and her husband – download the and explore for yourself! If documents are more your thing, then you can read nearly 100 documents from the leak – we published them here.
Lastly, if you’ve got a friend or colleague who might be interested in our latest investigation – please share it with them! Our visual explainer of Angola’s history is a good place to start.
Until next week!

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