Listen to two of GE's leaders in Africa - Nitika Rosa, Head of HR, Africa and Lerato Molebatsi, GE South Africa's Managing Director.
Education Africa brings together like-minded people from all corners of the world to participate in arguably, the largest and ever-growing International Marimba and Steelpan Festival in the world. The festival kicks off at St Dominic’s Catholic School for Girls in Boksburg on 27 and 28 July 2019.
Dr. Kafayat Quadri release the long awaited singles titled "Wasileeko" and Save Your Love".Dr. Kafayat Motilewa Quadri is a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria, a poet, singer-songwriter, talking drummer and music producer. A graduate of law degree from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife,...
Homo naledi and Australopithecus sediba fossils will be on display internationally for the first timeThe University of Witwatersrand (Wits University), the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in the U.S. and the National Geographic Society have partnered to bring the rare fossils of two recently...
African countries have many merits that make them attractive retirement destinations. Apart from the thrilling African Safaris, there are diverse cultures, beautiful landscapes, pleasant weather conditions, good infrastructure, good healthcare and, perhaps most importantly, low living costs. To quote Jonathan Clements, a renowned author and scriptwriter, "Retirement is...

Is Nigeria Equipped To Tax The Digital Economy?

The Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development says the digital economy is increasingly becoming the economy itself and It will not be feasible to ring-fence it from the rest of the economy for tax purposes.The OECD is, therefore, proposing a consensus solution...

South African Artist’ Oska Tee Releases – The Upstage Album

South African artist’ Oska Tee releases ‘THE UPSTAGE ALBUM’ with UK based label ‘Africantunz Records & Promotions’ and features South African 80’s & 90’s superstars and Legends.This is Oska Tee’s fourth studio album. It is a follow up to his previous albums, The...

Another Side To Zanzibar – More Than Just White, Sandy Beaches

More than just white, sandy beaches, blue sea and crumbling palacesIf Zanzibar is not on your travel bucket list, it should be!    With its year-round warm, tropical climate, plenty to see and do, affordability and an array of resorts to stay at, you would...

Growing African Agriculture One Byte At A Time

Ella Mazani is a mobile phone farmer.“My mobile phone is part of my farming. It supports my farming and my family’s welfare through the services I get via the phone,” the smallholder maize farmer from Shurugwi in central Zimbabwe quips. 

What Sets Dubai’s Free Zones Apart?

A quick search for the best free trade zones in the world and one of Dubai’s multiple free zones will pop up. The Financial Times’ FDi Intelligence report 2018 named Dubai Multi Commodities Centre as the winner of the ‘Global Free Zone of the Year’ for a fourth time,...

Responsible Tourism: What Does It Actually Mean?

Travellers are, generally, curious people. And so they have plenty of questions, especially when it comes to responsible tourism. We want to stimulate debate around responsible tourism, encourage activism and get people thinking. But we also want to show how responsible tourism is so not about having...

Big Returns For Businesses In Rutenderi Thanks To New Mini-Grid

A new 50kW mini-grid in the village of Rutenderi in eastern Rwanda, has kick-started the local economy and is beginning to transform the sleepy rural village into a productive hub. The new mini-grid was formally launched on 16 May 2019 and is now making electricity accessible to...

A Series Of Firsts For Africa At Expo 2020 Dubai

Dubai is on track to host the most spectacular global festival on earth. The World Expo is a stage for nations to showcase their wares and ideas for the future, on a stage like none other. Spanning 6 months the mega event will be the first time it's hosted...

Githeri: A Kenyan Staple Food

Original article published at TasteAtlas.Githeri is a Kenyan staple food consisting of beans and maize that are stewed with onions, tomatoes, and sometimes potatoes or meat chunks. The stew is often flavored with cumin, turmeric, or chili powder.It is...

Commemorating 400-Year Anniversary Of Enslaved Africans Coming To The New World

Project OKURASE, a Charleston nonprofit and Ghanaian-based nongovernmental organization, have curated the “Door of Return,” a 10-day cultural experience in Ghana for individuals and groups who want to connect with Ghanaian heritage and recognize the first enslaved Africans to arrive in the New World.

Three-Wheeled Auto-Rickshaw Service In Lomé And Cotonou

Users of the Gozem app can now order auto-rickshaws from their smartphones in Lomé,Togo and Cotonou, Benin. After launching other on-demand transport products such asmotorcycle taxis (“zemidjans”), Gozem enriches its transport offering with auto-rickshaws,marking the first time the company offers trips in three-wheeled vehicles.

Financial Emigration Demystified: South Africans Need The Full Picture

Financial emigration is often misunderstood, and with the jump in the number of South Africans applying to move themselves and their wealth offshore, it’s time to unpack the big questions before you dust off your suitcases. International trust and structuring company, Sovereign Trust (SA) Limited, looks at...

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