A pop-up restaurant on Mount Kilimanjaro? A burgeoning South Africa Food and Wine Festival? Three new Guinea-Conakry restaurants in New York City? Ethiopian Peaberry Coffee flogged at Trader Joe’s? These and many other events are indicators of the intense and growing interest in Africa’s culinary arts. Put on your bib [...]
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From doctor turned fashion doyenne, a man of the cloth leading a mega church in Ghana, Africa’s richest woman who started her first business at age 24, and a First Gentleman who once participated in the Olympic Games – it’s no secret that Africa is filled with successful and inspirational [...]
Boasting one of the world’s fastest growing economic regions with an increasingly attractive hub for foreign investment and growing middle class, the African continent today stands poised to compete in the global marketplace.
Is the “Arab Spring” that produced major political changes in Tunisia and Egypt now sweeping through sub-Saharan Africa? Maybe. In a new survey of Africa.com’s global readership from July 21 to 26, a whopping 70.1 percent of respondents said “yes.”",Current Events”
Rodney Wood was a remarkable man, a great naturalist who spent 50 years mainly in Nyasaland (now Malawi) studying and collecting mammals, birds, fish, insects, shells, and plants. After a good education, he turned his back on the formalities of life in England and became a cotton farmer in Africa.
AIDS activist Tamara Banda of Malawi and businessman Miguil Hasan-Farah of Djibouti were there. Journalist Aminata Kane-Kone, who champions women’s rights in the Ivory Coast, was there, as was Tumie Ramsden of Botswana, host of the radio show, “The Real Enchilada.”