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Archive for September, 2011
In the second part of a continuing series, Arielle Skylar describes her arrival into Liberia as part of her consulting trip on behalf of Second Chance Africa.
Legatum, a private international investment group, and Omidyar Network, a philanthropic investment firm, announces the launch of Convergence Africa, a high-profile one-day conference.
This week, we’re celebrating the start of the World Cup of Rugby in New Zealand with a story on how South African seamstresses are taking advantage of the excitement. We also turn our eyes towards fashion catwalks as London’s Fashion Week heats up with African designers
Rights For All is an NGO based in Yaoundé Cameroon, aiming to protect and promote human rights in Cameroon. Every few months, a new group of international interns arrives, bringing their own strengths to the organisation and enabling it to continue its work.
The Council on Foreign Relations, the esteemed 90-year old think tank and publisher, welcomed Sierra Leone’s President Ernest Bai Koroma and Cote D’Ivoire’s President Alassane Ouattara.
Africa descended on Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall last week for ARISE magazine’s New York Fashion Week Collective. This year’s event titled “Made in Africa” is ARISE’s fourth Gotham runway appearance since founder Nduka Obaigbena determined to “show that the time for Africa is here.”