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The Alphabet of Being An African Content Creator

“African’s must accept and embrace they are valuable content creators and have a voice that should be heard on a global digital scale.” William Jackson, M.Ed. 2018 Ideas shared from my experiences as a professor...
China in Africa

China’s Heavy Hand in Africa

Is China’s “charm offensive” losing its charm and becoming just offensive? Blog Post by Guest Blogger for Elizabeth C. EconomyViola Rothschild is a research associate in Asia Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations.The revelation that a...
Business In South Africa

Reimagining South Africa: It’s Time For Business to Step Up

“There is a tremendous amount of business achievements to celebrate in South Africa, and its best times lie ahead. The first 21 years of democracy have been a profound period of growth, transformation, experimentation,...
Yvonne Chaka Chaka

Yvonne Chaka Chaka: Making the Most of our Freedom

Yvonne Chaka Chaka stated: “There is a tremendous amount to celebrate in South Africa’s achievements—and its best times lie ahead. The first 21 years of democracy have been a profound period of growth, transformation,...
Reimagining South Africa

Reimagining South Africa: Embracing Africa by Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma

“There is a tremendous amount to celebrate in South Africa’s achievements—and its best times lie ahead. The first 21 years of democracy have been a profound period of growth, transformation, experimentation, and nation building....
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Kenya: It’s a Hotbed of What?

Obama’s visit to Kenya commenced in a reactionary frenzy to CNN’s pre-visit headline that Kenya is a hotbed of terrorism. Africanists chronically discuss how Western media focuses on negative stories to perpetuate a sense...
Reimagining South Africa

Reimagining South Africa: Reaching for the Stars by Siya Xuza

“There is a tremendous amount to celebrate in South Africa’s achievements—and its best times lie ahead. The first 21 years of democracy have been a profound period of growth, transformation, experimentation, and nation building....
Trayvon Martin

What Trayvon Means to Africans

The facts are not in dispute. On a rainy February evening in the American State of Florida, Trayvon Martin, a black teenage boy, walked from his father’s middle class home to a store to buy...
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