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The Coca-Cola Company, SABMiller and Coca-Cola SABCO to form Coca-Cola beverages Africa

• Bottling operations in 12 high-growth markets across Southern and East Africa with pro forma annual revenue of US$2.9bn and volume of 729 million unit cases (41 million hectolitres) • Largest Coca-Cola bottler in Africa and 10th largest worldwide with scale and resources to capture and accelerate the long-term growth More »

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Thanks, but no thanks

With President Obama’s domestic popularity at historic low and his international influence scarce, it is no coincidence that Democratic incumbents are reluctant to be seen with the President or wish to be associated More »

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Five U.S.-Ethiopian Universities Partnerships to Receive U.S. Embassy Seed Money Grants

To mark the conclusion of International Education Week, the Embassy of the United States of America today announced the results of a small grant competition to provide seed money for innovative partnerships between U.S. and Ethiopian universities. Five grants of $15,000 each will be awarded to new research, academic exchange More »

The Coca-Cola Company, SABMiller and Coca-Cola SABCO to form Coca-Cola beverages Africa

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• Bottling operations in 12 high-growth markets across Southern and East Africa with pro forma annual revenue of US$2.9bn and volume of 729 million unit cases (41 million hectolitres)
• Largest Coca-Cola bottler in Africa and 10th largest worldwide with scale and resources to capture and accelerate the long-term growth potential in African markets
• Shared vision, extensive experience of operating in Africa and complementary capabilities to support superior performance
• Intended headquarters in South Africa, Coca-Cola Beverages Africa’s largest market

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What’s dragging Ethiopia’s democratic governance?

Semahagn Gashu Abebe (PhD)

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The power of “the unexpected small touches”: Leveraging ‘soft skills’ for business success

Taye Negussie (PhD)

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Thanks, but no thanks

President Obama

With President Obama’s domestic popularity at historic low and his international influence scarce, it is no coincidence that Democratic incumbents are reluctant to be seen with the President or wish to be associated directly with his agenda, says our U.S. correspondent Tomas Mega from Las Vegas, Nevada

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Kenya – the home to authentic safari

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* Travel Story  Sponsored by Kenya Tourism Board!

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