It was recorded in front of a live audience in Johannesburg earlier this year. On the panel are Tony Blair, former UK Prime Minister; Oby Ezekwesili from the Open Society Foundation, Africa and a former Nigerian government minister; Moeltesi Mbeki, South African author and Chair of SA Institute of International Affairs; and Vandana Shiva, Indian activist, environmentalist and scientist. Chaired by Zeinab Badawi.
Violent land grabs in Ethiopia's Lower Omo Valley are displacing tribes and preventing them from cultivating their land, leaving thousands of people hungry and 'waiting to die'
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Repatriation is a MUST!
Tony Blair, Former Prime Minister, Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Bill Gates, Co-Chair and Trustee, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
H.E. Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda
Strive Masiyiwa, Chairman and Founder, Econet Wireless
Rhonda Zygocki, Executive Vice President, Policy and Planning, Chevron
Michael Milken, Chairman, Milken Institute
Africa is home to six of the 10 fastest-growing economies, driven largely by surging foreign investment flows. FDI is expected to reach $150 billion in 2015 - double the amount received last year and six times more than in 2000. Africa is also home to the world's largest concentration of impoverished people, and the considerable gap between rich and poor continues to widen. For Africa's natural resource sector - target of 90 percent of foreign investment - to spread prosperity, reduce inequality and underwrite gains in human development, a new, collaborative approach to investment is essential. There are important roles for a range of players: investors, corporations, governments, development agencies, NGOs and foundations. This panel of global leaders will discuss innovative and untraditional ways to expand health care, build institutions and broaden the economic base on the continent.
They also want a single currency, They do not want Liberian dollars and US dollars side by side, Which means the US dollars should remain in the banks when people send US based families money, the families in Liberia should get the Liberian dollars equivalent. Liberians should sell and buy in Liberian dollars exclusively.
They all want paved roads, not conditioned lateritic roads that get damaged every rainy season.
They do not want gay rights.
They want estates for citizens, teachers' quarters, superintendent quarters, etc.
Pipe borne water.....
Arms deal losses: theft from the poor