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Africa’s Potential Is In Its’ Youth And Teen Entrepreneurs

The changes in African agriculture, industry and commerce has expanded beyond the traditional history that has sustained the continent for hundreds of years.
Women And Girls

The World Made Promises To Women And Girls, We Must Fulfil Them

Ambassador Monica Juma is the Cabinet Secretary (Minister), of Kenya’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.The Programme of Action endorsed and adopted at the historic Conference in Cairo has had a...

Two South Africans Hitchhiking Across Africa

Luke and Jordan are originally from Durban, Luke is a film maker and Jordan is an environmental scientist. Both are summa cum laude of their respective degrees and both are hitchhiking their...
Soham El Wardini

Interview With Ms. Soham El Wardini, Mayor Of Dakar

Local elected authorities in Africa are resolutely committed to playing their full role in ensuring universal access to sanitation for their populations. It is in the image of the municipality of Dakar,...

Debunking The Made-For-Africa Script

Catherine Phiri is the managing director of Media 365, a cause-related communications which produces award-winning cause related campaigns for leading organizations and is the executive producer of Zambia's popular drama series Love...
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Hope Of Uncertainty In Zimbabwe

Harare-Graham Dengu starts his journey to work at 4:30 am risking his life by passing through robber infested places. He does this to save his income as transport fares have sky rocketed...
Aviation History

Aviation History As 20 South African Teens Tackle Cape To Cairo

AN epic adventure, an aviation challenge, youth inspiration, promoting and supporting innovation, technology and entrepreneurship are all the key drivers combined for Africa’s development and transformation as twenty South African teenagers embark on...
Rudo Kwaramba-Kayombo

Africa – How To Awake A Giant

This Africa Day it is fitting to reflect on Kwame Nkrumah’s prescient remark “I am not African because I was born in Africa, but because Africa was born in me”.
africa day

10 Things to Know About Africa Day

Celebrations on May 25th, crowned as Africa Day, recite the annual commemorations of Africa’s independence, freedom and liberation strife from colonial imperialists.  The reinforcement of this liberation was the first union of African countries...
Tree Planting Kenya

Tree Planting Just Got Even More Eco-Friendly

Kenya Plastic Ban Prompts Market ShiftTrees for the Future has planted more than 160 million trees around the globe in the past three decades. Like most tree planting organizations...
Stone Cross

Germany To Return 15th-Century Seafarer Cross To Namibia

A German museum was to announce Friday it would restitute to Namibia a key 15th-century navigation landmark erected by Portuguese explorers, as part of Berlin’s efforts to face up to its colonial...

A New Self-Identity For Africans

Panashe Chigumadzi makes the case that stereotypes can be frustratingly hard to shake off, sometimes even for the very people they victimise. Africans especially, suffer from a 300 year old negative colonial...

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