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These are the most active African leaders on social media – Lifestyle

The most active African leaders on social media have been revealed in the BCW’s (Burson Cohn & Wolfe) Twiplomacy study 2018.

They are:

South Africa

Based on data gathered from Facebook’s Crowdtangle on October 1, 2018, the official South African handle (@GovernmentZA) tops the list with 31 posts per day. 

Globally, it has been ranked as the fifth most active world leader on Twitter. The first slot in the world goes to Venezuela with 46 daily posts, followed by Indonesia with 36 posts and Colombia with 34 posts on a daily basis.


This is the most active African account on social media



The account has 174,000 followers on Twitter, 285, 000 page likes on Facebook and 12,000 followers on Instagram.

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CARICOM must be active on Haiti

Antigua and Barbuda’s Ambassador in Washington, Sir Ronald Sanders.

By Sir Ronald Sanders

Haiti continues to be an unsettled country politically.  Demonstrations against successive governments have become almost normal, and so too, tragically, are the deaths associated with them.

No one should be surprised at the continuous unrest in Haiti.  It has been an impoverished country for too long, and it has been exploited by external forces and mismanaged by internal administrations.

The latest unrest flowed from citizens demanding an accounting for US$31 million provided by Venezuela under its “Petrocaribe” arrangements. Reported police violence against demonstrating civilians led to the deaths of several people and the injury of others.

Amnesty International rejected…

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‘Soul of a Nation’ Opens in New York Where Many of the Exhibition Artists Were Active During the Civil Rights, Blac…

“Pittsburgh Memory” (1964) by Romare Bearden


HOW SHOULD AFRICAN AMERICAN ARTISTS respond to the Civil Rights Movement? The question was central to the organization of Spiral, the New York artist collective formed in 1963 in advance of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. The 15-member group including Romare Bearden, Norman Lewis, Reginald Gammon, and Emma Amos, the youngest and only female member, was short-lived, yet pivotal. Spiral mounted only one exhibition in 1965 and dissolved later that year.

The issues Spiral artists debated—how to best express themselves at a time when matters of race and rights were dominating the national discourse—reflect the organizing themes of “Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power,” which opened today at the…

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2018 Atlantic hurricane season now to be ‘less active’ approaching peak months, NOAA says

The Atlantic hurricane season is now expected to be “less active” as it enters its peak months due a combination of conditions in the ocean and atmosphere helping to limit storm development, government forecasters announced Thursday.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said in its updated forecast that El Niño is “much more” likely to develop with enough strength to suppress storm development during the latter part of the season.

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Comparing the Processed & Packaged Goods Industry’s Most Active Stocks – Stock News Gazette

Conagra Brands, Inc. (NYSE:CAG) shares are up more than 1.62% this year and recently decreased -0.44% or -$0.17 to settle at $38.28. Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (NYSE:RCL), on the other hand, is down -7.60% year to date as of 06/21/2018. It currently trades at $110.22 and has returned -2.89% during the past week.

Conagra Brands, Inc. (NYSE:CAG) and Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (NYSE:RCL) are the two most active stocks in the Processed & Packaged Goods industry based on today’s trading volumes. Investor interest in the two stocks is clearly very high, but which is the better investment? To answer this question, we will compare the two companies across growth, profitability, risk, and valuation metrics, and also examine their analyst ratings and insider activity trends.


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Caribbean Building Strength as Forecasters Predict Active Hurricane Season

The climate project will support flight-mapping services to collect Light Detection and Ranging data of vulnerable Caribbean coastal areas.
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