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WELCOME TO AFRICAN ECHO...THIS ISSUES TOP STORIES

LET’S REBUILD AFRICA
...African Americans beckon Afro Caribbean Britain.
04.08.2006

Africa needs partners, who can bring skills, expertise and resources to the problems and challenges it faces and defines. It is through these partnerships that Africa can realise its full potential. This was the underlying theme that runs through the seventh Leon H.Sullivan Summit held in Abuja from the 17-20th of July, 2006.more....

West ham Community forum Job fair a Winner
04.08.2006

More than 200 people looking for a job or employment advice turned up to kick-start their career at the West Ham Community Forum Job Fair on Monday.The free event was held from 2pm to 6pm at The Hub, Star Lane, Canning Town. Twenty-two-year-old Stratford resident Lola Sodeinde was among those to visit the one-stop shop for job vacancies, career advice, training course information and loans and grants guidance.  more....

Council Staff get Go-Ahead
04.08.2006

Newham Council employees who completed a training programme to boost their English, maths and IT skills were recognised for their achievements at a presentation held at the Town Hall in East Ham.
Staff received their Skills for Life certificates during Learning at Work Day on June 7. more....

OTHER STORIES

Contesting the Contestation of Multiculturalism

Liberia probes presidency blaze
Four Africans die near Canaries
Western Union Joins with Bank of Africa
Employment law unfavourable to Small Businesses- FSB
Barbados To Host 2006 Tourism Expo at Olympia
No Turning Back for Africa-World Economic Forum
Will discovery of methane gas power Botswana?
Venezuela Representatives Vouch for Angola’s OPEC Membership
Ethiopian government and Italian company sign $ 2 billion 
hydroelectric deal
Namibia and Angola to revisit the Baynes Power Project
Airbus sells twelve passenger jets to Libya
Egypt raises gasoline prices by up to 30 per cent
Zimbabwe central bank governor says statutory reserves are down 
Zimbabwe Turns To Tourism
Kilmanjaro Makes “Coffee Headway” In Tanzania
Chairman says that Tole Tea Plantation is not for sale
South Africa's Ramaphosa back in the limelight
Ghana has potential to become biggest economy in Africa
West African Business Association looking for new members

CONTINENTAL NEWS

Sex “GOOGLE” Tops African searches on the internet

A new tool by Google reveals how Africans use the Internet. Not being a surprise, "sex" is one of the most searched words in the Internet, but it may come as an embarrassment to many Muslim countries that their citizens are the world's most frequent digital sex searchers; in particular North Africans. But also in sub-Saharan Africa, "sex" is among the most popular searches.
The Google Trends tool also reveals Africa's most popular celebrities and potential markets for African products. more....

DR CONGO
Vote counting begins in DR Congo

An official result is not expected for some weeks. Votes are being counted in the Democratic Republic of Congo, after the first multiparty election in 40 years.
Full results of Sunday's polls are not expected for weeks. The elections were aimed at ending a long civil war, with 32 candidates, including incumbent Joseph Kabila, contesting the presidency. more....

MOZAMBIQUE
CNN MultiChoice African Journalist 2006 Awards

Oshunkeye won the overall award for his TELL Magazine article "Niger's Graveyard of the Living," which was chosen from among 1,530 entries from 43 nations across the African continent. He was one of 21 finalists at the awards ceremony Saturday night in Maputo. He also was the category winner of the MKO Abiola Print Journalist Award.CNN International managing director Chris Cramer and Nolo Letele, chief executive of MultiChoice South Africa, presented Oshunkeye with the award. more....

IN THIS ISSUE

OUT OF AFRICA - Trevor Phillips Obe

GIFTS- By Nachi Aguboshim 

A letter to my folks - Pearl Ashia

SAY IT LOUD! - Rome was not built by charlatans and skivers

Trustworthy - Do you Trust God? (1)

Blue watch

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