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Building More BRICS

Recent speculation that the BRICS group (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) plans to expand its membership has set tongues wagging in the diplomatic world. Rumours that Argentina could be the newest country to join have triggered questions around the viability and power of an expanded collective, and what it means for global geopolitics.Continue reading “Building More BRICS”

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WHY SHOULD ANGOLA IMPORT CHICKEN FROM BRAZIL WHEN NEXT DOOR ZAMBIA IS STRUGGLING TO SELL? HOW DO WE CHANGE THIS?

By Alexander Nkosi In Zambia, about 42 million hectares is classified as medium-to high-potential land for agriculture production, three times bigger than Malawi’s agriculture land. In 2020, Malawi’s top exports included: Raw Tobacco- USD 584 million, Tea- USD83.4 million, Raw Sugar- USD75.2 million, Dried Legumes- USD46 million, and Other Nuts- USD33 million. In the sameContinue reading “WHY SHOULD ANGOLA IMPORT CHICKEN FROM BRAZIL WHEN NEXT DOOR ZAMBIA IS STRUGGLING TO SELL? HOW DO WE CHANGE THIS?”

We Search Our Souls

Yohane Mbeeya Moono The Africa Free Continental Trade Area agreement is the World’s biggest trade agreement signed after the World Trade Organization agreement. The agreement is expected to help Africa and Africans trade among themselves more free and competitively. The trade agreement is expected to increased the Gross Domestic Product of the Continent by 54%Continue reading “We Search Our Souls”

GARRINCHA

Manuel Francisco dos Santos, popularly known as Garrincha, was a Brazilian professional footballer who played as a right winger. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest dribblers ever. He was born with his right leg 6 centimetres shorter than his left, also his left leg turned outwards and his right leg turned inwards,Continue reading “GARRINCHA”