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Ford invests $167 million in South Africa to build Everest SUV

Ford Motor Co. will invest 2.5 billion rand ($167 million) in the U.S. automaker’s South African operations to start production of the Everest sport utility vehicle and create about 1,200 jobs.

Cereal maker Kellogg to buy $450M stake in Nigeria's Multipro to grow in Africa

Cereal maker Kellogg to buy $450M stake in Nigeria's Multipro as part of Africa expansion

Kellogg Co. agreed to buy a 50 percent stake in Nigerian food distributor Multipro for $450 million and is creating a joint venture with Tolaram Africa to help expand on the continent.

A woman faces down a line of Baltimore police officers in riot gear on Monday during protests after the funeral of Freddie Gray. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

How Western media would cover Baltimore if it happened elsewhere like say Lagos or Nairobi

If what is happening in Baltimore happened in a foreign country, here is how Western media would cover it: International leaders expressed concern over the rising tide of racism and state violence in America, especially concerning the treatment of ethnic minorities in the country and the corruption in state security forces around the country when handling cases of police brutality.

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Africa is the final frontier for global automotive growth: Jim Benintende, Head, Ford Middle East and Africa

Ford Motor Co., the second largest U.S. automaker, is introducing 25 new models by 2016 in Africa and the Middle East, where it projects the driving age population will grow 31 percent by 2023 to 1.7 billion people.