Rendezvous With Zeinab Badawi [world Service]

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In this special series recorded in Tanzania, Zeinab talks to prominent Africans from th.

In this special series recorded in Tanzania, Zeinab talks to prominent Africans from the world of politics, business & culture.

Can business deliver both prosperity and fairness for Africans?20120806

Zeinab Badawi is joined by Festus Mogae, Eleni Gabre-Madhin and Ebenezer Essoka.

Can business deliver both prosperity and fairness for Africans?2012080620120807 (WS)

Zeinab Badawi is joined by Festus Mogae, Eleni Gabre-Madhin and Ebenezer Essoka.

Can business deliver both prosperity and fairness for Africans?20120806

Zeinab Badawi talks to Botswana's former president Festus Mogae; Eleni Gabre-Madhin, who set up Ethiopia's Commodities Exchange; and Cameroonian-born banker, Ebenezer Essoka.

Can business deliver both prosperity and fairness for Africans?

Does Africa Respect Its Women?2012073020120731 (WS)

Zeinab Badawi is joined by Joke Silva, Maropene Ntuli and Deola Sagoe.

Zeinab Badawi asks if Africa respects its women. She talks to veteran Nollywood star Joke Silva, South African ANC activist Maropene Ntuli and Nigerian fashion designer Deola Sagoe about whether Africa is the toughest place to live as a woman.

Peace Building In Fragile States2012072320120724 (WS)

Zeinab Badawi talks to President Alassane Ouattara of Ivory Coast about how he's trying to unite his divided country.

We also hear from Congolese film maker Djo Munga and South Sudanese singer and peace activist Mary Boyoi, on peace building in fragile states.

Zeinab Badawi is joined by President Alassane Ouattara, Djo Munga and Mary Boyoi.