August 27, 2011 was a momentous day in Munama, one of seventeen quarters in Kalebuka, Katanga, Democratic Republic of Congo.
Archive for October, 2011
This year, Nomadic Wax, a record company that focuses on publishing and publicizing global music, held its showcase, Planet Hip-Hop, at the 92YTriBeCa.
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Jordanian-armed guards from the United Nations recline as they shoot bitter looks in our direction. The scene is more reminiscent of Schindler’s List than a cultural experience to talk about to our friends.
The continent’s capital cities continue to be peppered with various fashion weeks and fashion-related events, drawing ever more attention to the budding clothing and textile industry on a continent where the middle class is fast-growing and is helping to boost growth in the retail industry.
Like most Americans, I have always taken for granted the availability of abundant supplies of clean water whenever I turned a knob on any faucet. A few weeks ago, however, I understood what it was like for some 300 million people in Africa who do not have access to safe water.