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  • Sept-Oct 2015_Vol 7 Issue 5

    Sept-Oct 2015

    Volume 7 Issue 5

    President Obama's historic visit to Kenya and Ethiopia was marked by magnificent applauds for the first visit by a sitting American president. In both countries, President Obama has concentrated on his signature electricity-access initiative for the region, Power Africa. Find more the in depths of this visit in our Top Story. The first thing that comes to mind for many people when thinking about South Africa is the great wine, gold, platinum, diamonds and world icon Nelson Mandela. Wanna know more? Then read on… The main story of this issue Read More

  • VII Issue 4 (July-August 2015)

    July-Aug 2015

    Volume 7 Issue 4

    Nigeria’s Agriculture Minister has been designated to head the African Development Bank, which is seen as a foremost triumph as the continent’s biggest economy uproars for a bigger role in diplomacy and investment in the region. See insights of his appointment in this issue. Moving on to another story, we have an African country who is discovering itself, and is ready to expose to the world a new narrative of its strengths. Zimbabwe is a country with surprising fortune which is on the track of economic recovery. The country is opulent with raw Read More

  • Volume VII Issue 3 (May-June 2015)

    May-June 2015

    Volume 7 Issue 3

    One sector that is however to be truthfully tapped is the brewing industry as Africa is perhaps the most eye-catching region for long-term profit growth for global brewers. Read on the latest developments of the major players in the brewery industry of Africa in our top story. Time has definitely changed for Mozambique since the early 1990s. Then, the country was left annihilated by Portuguese colonial rule and the civil war that followed it. Today, Mozambique grabs the limelight for its rising oil and gas reserves. Foreign investment flows into the Read More

  • Volume 7 Issue 2(March-Apr 2015)

    March-April 2015

    Volume 7 Issue 2

    Climate change has been recognised as the foremost human and environmental catastrophe of the 21st century. Though this issue, we have highlighted the practical selections and climate policy that can help humankind slow, and certainly adapt to, climate change. Tunisia has, no doubt, massive potential to reform with a lucrative market for investors to invest. Four years after Tunisia glimmered the Arab spring uprisings, the country is perceived as a rare regional success story, but its prospects centre on it excavating reforms and fascinating foreign Read More

  • Volume VII Issue 1 (January-February 2015)

    Jan-Feb 2015

    Volume 7 Issue 1

    THE TIMES OF AFRICA is today standing proudly to step into its 7th year. This issue has been illuminated with THE BLOSSOMING BRANDS OF AFRICA, in 7 different categories, which the continent has entailed in its pool, the most admired and off course the most esteemed brands. Sudanese will apprehend their desires for a more peaceful, prosperous, and democratic future in the year ahead as they celebrate their 59th Anniversary on 1st January 2015. The issue has been decorated with the presence of this country as well. Africa’s biggest football fiesta Read More

  • Sept-Oct 2014_Volume VI Issue 5

    Sept-Oct 2014


    The shinning stones have really polished the lives of many people in Africa. This edition exhibits the wealth of minerals that the African continent is blessed with. Through our sectoral analysis on Mining, we have made an endeavour to flash the bright picture and business prospects of the imperative sector in the African continent. The Top Story sketches the enlightening episode of the biggest U.S Africa Leader’s Summit showcasing the visions and endeavours as how to develop the economies mutually. Nigeria well designated as “Giant of Africa” Read More

  • Volume VI Issue 4 (July-August 2014)

    July-Aug 2014


    Very exquisitely this issue has been ornamented with the occurrence of the new Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi. Beliefs in India for the new government are sky-high. A strong man, a visionary, a determined leader waving his hands giving a sense of satisfaction that commitments would now be fulfilled. Kudos to India for such a choice; not a whisper of chains or lack of fair-play. Explore more from our Top Story. This issue of the magazine is also blessed with the interview of the President of Botswana, H.E. Mr. Ian Khama. See the future of Read More

  • Volume VI Issue 3 (May-June 2014)

    May-June 2014


    This issue has something really important for nature lovers. Explore the Top Story and get ready for an adventurous trip to the beautiful island nation Seychelles. Ghana's affluence of possessions, democratic political system and vibrant economy, makes it indeed one of Africa's prominent illuminations and to get more familiar with this investment friendly country, this issue has beautifully framed the high points of this country in Spotlight Country. Agritec Africa scheduled to be held in Kenya, in the month of June has received prime importance in Read More

  • Volume VI Issue 2 (March-April 2014)

    March-April 2014


    This edition stresses on the call for Sustainable Development with the annual event of TERI, viz. Delhi Sustainable Development Summit. The Top Story also boasts an exclusive interview with the Vice President of Seychelles who graciously placed the status of Blue Economy. This issue has a splendid occurrence of Lesotho and Republic of Congo as the Partner and Guest Country for the 10th landmark edition of CII Conclave. The 12th Pravasi Bharatiya Divas and Asia-Africa AgriBusiness Forum organized by FICCI is also decorated in its own way. Do find out Read More

  • Volume VI Issue 1 (January-February 2014)

    Jan-Feb 2014


    As people around the world grooved their way into the New Year, we are celebrating the 5th Anniversary of THE TIMES OF AFRICA.This journey of 5 years was full of challenges for which we have worked hard striving for excellence in different fields.A profusion of good memories and knowledge allied with Africa and India in the last five years are compiled in this issue. This piece captures our exciting journey with Africa. Collectively these stories draw a picture of variety, touch and charm of THE TIMES OF AFRICA on the African continent. Read the Read More



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