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100 Most Influential Africans (2012): Media

Omoyele Sowore, Nigeria Nigeria’s political elite has not been the same following the launch of the online news website, Sahara Reporters, in 2006. The website, …

100 Most Influential Africans (2012): Science

Bright Simons, Ghana. The young and energetic founder of the award-winning technological start-up, MPedigree, Bright Simons ‘company is taking on the counterfeit drugs trade – …

100 Most Influential Africans (2012): Arts & Culture

Youssou N’Dour, Senegal. 2012 has been quite the turnaround for the Senegalese multi-talented, multi-faceted singer, actor, businessman and politician. Having been disqualified from contesting the …