SAFARI! The word conjures romantic images of 19th-century explorers, Ernest Hemingway’s Kilimanjaro, the bush, big game, and Ralph Lauren clothing.
Archive for September, 2012
Looking at the European Union and the recent eurozone crises, what lessons can Africa learn about forming an economic union, building strong economies, and forming unified leadership?
Discover the magic of street food in Marrakech: couscous, bisteeya, mechoui, freshly baked bread, and countless spices. This video spotlight by the Travel Word brings you mouth-watering culinary delights from the foothills of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains that will surely make your mouth water!
The annual African Day Parade in Harlem, New York was a dance and music feast, a celebration in true African style. From South Africa to Ghana, more than 30 African countries were represented by the hundreds who paraded down Malcolm X Boulevard.
September 18th marked the official start of the 67th session of the United Nations General Assembly. In the coming weeks, leaders of the international organization’s 193 member states will convene at the U.N. Headquarters in New York, among them statesmen and women from 50 African countries.
This is Part III of a three-part series that chronicles the experiences of Bangaly Traore, a young boy in Guinea who came to New York City to pursue his dream of becoming a professional dancer and teacher with the Rebecca Davis Dance Company (RDDC).
2011 Nobel Peace Laureate Leymah Gbowee calls herself “a local girl with a global platform.” Her leadership was clearly demonstrated last month in Sri Lanka, where she met women’s groups from throughout the country working on peace, security, and development.
Community service and development, core elements of the SAWIP curriculum, were expressed through individual and team projects on Saturday 8th September 2012 at Marian High School in Cape Town South Africa.