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Mandela, from prison to presidency

The flame of Nelson Mandela as leader of the resistance against Apartheid and key player in the transformation of South Africa is still on,...

Seminar Brazil and North of Africa: opportunities for agribusiness and food security

In carrying out its role, the Brazilian-African Institute has prepared once again a meeting for the African representatives and Brazilian businessmen to discuss strategies...

3rd Brazil Africa Forum: Focus on energy

There are over 600 million people who live in Africa who do not have access to electric power. Although, it is one of the...

The strategic strength of a military alliance

Atleast 6,820 kilometers (4,238 miles) separate Brasília from Windhoek, the capital of Namibia. That distance, however, has been decreasing in the last decades due...

Brazilian industry looking at the African market for selling medications

There is an attractive market for the pharmaceutical industry in Africa. Due to the average buying power of Africans, the market for generic medications...

Perspectives: The global agreement for coveting Africa

  There is an important set of reasons determining the current “dispute” by many for Africa, as it is the last frontier of capitalism. One...

The reasons for Kenya’s success

Discipline, genetics, socio-economic-environmental conditions and culture. These are the factors that made Kenya be considered as a powerhouse in athletics. It has been participating...

The power of algae

Seaweeds are widely used in the cosmetic and food industries, and even in the production of biofuels, yet previously they were considered by some...

The power of black dolls in the world of children

Brazil is the fruit of miscegenation. Indians, Europeans, Africans, and Orientals formed the “Brazilian people”. According to IBGE, the Brazilian Institute of Geography and...