All Africa (sort by date) AllAfrica News: Africa (10)sourceAfrica: President of African Development Bank Wins 2017 World Food Prize 16 min 52 sec ago [World Food Prize] Washington, D.C. -Dr. Akinwumi Adesina to receive $250,000 prize for driving change in African agriculture for over 25 years and improving food security for millions across the continent. Africa: Adesina Named 2017 World Food Prize Winner - the 'Nobel' of Agriculture 22 min 53 sec ago [allAfrica] Monrovia' -Akinwumi Adesina, president of the African Development Bank, has been named the winner of this year's World Food Prize. Africa: 'Africa Has to Address the Issue of Mindset, Mentality' 2 hours 34 min ago [Cameroon Tribune] Emmanuel Nnadozie, Executive Secretary, the African Capacity Building Foundation. Africa: From Tea to Tobacco - Which Everyday Products Are Most At Risk of Modern Slavery Links? 2 hours 45 min ago [Thomson Reuters Foundation] London -A wide range of products, from pet food to toys, have previously been implicated in modern slavery Africa: Corruption of Grave Concern in Continent - Zimbabwe's VP Mnangagwa 4 hours 3 min ago [Namibian] Johannesburg -Zimbabwean vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa said on Friday that corruption is a grave concern in Africa, and needs to be aggressively dealt with to ensure regional economic development and to attract foreign investments. Africa: On International Day Against Drug Abuse, UN Urges Collective Action to Realize Global Commitments 5 hours 13 min ago [UN News] To mark the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, the United Nations is calling on all countries to honour their commitments to address the scourge and to ensure that steps to do so are consistent with human rights and promote equality, peace, security and sustainable development. Africa: Country-Level Action 'New Frontier' for Tackling Soil Pollution - UN Agriculture Agency 6 hours 3 min ago [UN News] Nitrogen and metals, like lead and mercury, can strain farmable land by polluting soil, and damaging plants, and ultimately, posing risks to food security, according to the United Nations agriculture agency. Africa: Important Lessons From Uber's Spectacular Meltdown 6 hours 9 min ago [Citizen] It was launched barely seven years ago. In that time it has expanded explosively to be present in more than 570 cities in the world. Africa: Chile Strongest At Confederations Cup 7 hours 7 min ago [Monitor] Chile 2-1 Australia Africa: FIFA's Video Evidence - You Can't Stop an Idea Whose Time Is Nigh 7 hours 8 min ago [Monitor] The role of the Video Assistant Referee in soccer today is as hotly debated as the Virtual Private Network, or to put it succinctly VPN, was in Uganda around February last year.