for Africa

for Africa

In large quantities. Primarily heard in South Africa. Ugh, I have so much to do—my boss keeps giving me work for Africa.

for Africa

in abundance; in large numbers. South African informal
1980 C. Hope A Separate Development An entire museum of vintage stuff including…Bentleys for Africa.
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George, with his wife, children, sister and mother, embarked for Africa, some few weeks after.
He offered no new programme initiatives while seeking to downplay the potential impact of Africa-related spending cuts proposed by Mr Trump.In a speech the day of his departure for Africa, Mr Tillerson warned that China's Africa policy "encourages dependency using opaque contracts, predatory loan practices, and corrupt deals that mire nations in debt and undercut their sovereignty, denying them their long-term, self-sustaining growth.
The forum was not only a disappointment for Africa, but it also made one thing very clear: In the minds of the Western world, there is nothing good coming out of Africa; and Africa is just a sea of troubles.
I look forward to meeting with the true experts, whose passion for Africa is contagious and will open the doors to so many more possibilities,' says Jodi Fox, Vision Travel Solutions, Canada, a new buyer at ILTM Africa 2016.
The 22nd Africa Oil Week encompasses: the 13th Africa Independents Forum, 17th Scramble for Africa Strategy Briefing (Presentations by Dr Duncan Clarke, Chairman, Global Pacific & Partners) and 71st PetroAfricanus Dinner In Africa with social networking occasions, breakfasts, luncheons, dinners, and cocktail receptions.
This begs the question: how is it possible for Africa to rise against the backdrop of a development narrative that undermines rights to education, health, shelter, employment and social security?
[ClickPress, Fri Jun 06 2014] The Secretary General of the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) Council and the Chairman of Africa.com announced that they have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with a goal of supporting socio-economic development on the African continent.
The recent invitation to South Africa to join the BRIC group of emerging economies comprising Brazil, Russia, India and China will strengthen South Africa's trade position in the world, and offer opportunities for Africa to strengthen ties with the group.
Part of the challenge for Africa and Brazil is seeking a balance between raw production and turning sugar into value-added ethanol.
By utilizing the ICT infrastructure available in South Africa, the combined library has the potential to enable members of remote rural communities "to exploit information to enhance their well-being" (Economic Commission for Africa, 1999, p.
The debt burden for Africa stood at $315 billion in 2000, and all African countries except the Republic of South Africa were reported to be spending more on servicing this debt than on health care.
In the 19th century, intense competition for Africa's mineral riches led to disputes between several European powers.
He studied at Oxford University and the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome and helped prepare the Synod for Africa in 1994.
In Climate Change 2001: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Working Group II reported, "The historical climate record for Africa shows warming of approximately 0.7[degrees]C [1.3[degrees]F] over most of the continent during the twentieth century; a decrease in rainfall over large portions of the Sahel ...
ITEM: A report from AllAfrica.com carried by the Pacific News Service on June 14 praised the "long-sought debt relief for Africa," saying: "The agreement on 100 percent debt relief for developing countries announced by finance ministers from the eight largest industrial nations (G-8) ...