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Ancient Rwandan Hairstyle: Amasunzu

Rwandans have always cherished and loved their culture and hair has always played a large role in their culture. Rwandans used to wear the amasunzu style in more than 30 different ways.Amasunzu is a traditionally...

The Magic of Black Women’s Natural Hair

The Magic of Black Women's natural hair captured by Haitian Instagram artist Pierre Jean Louis. ?? The artist uses nature and the cosmos to celebrate black women’s natural tresses."A lot of black females don't...
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Facebook’s Growing Momentum in Africa (Infographic)

2018 saw Facebook (Facebook.com) grow its momentum and step up its investment in Africa. Today, more than 139 million people across Sub-Saharan Africa come to Facebook every month, of which nearly 98% come back...

WATCH: Is South Africa the Rainbow Nation?

South Africa is further removed now from the ideal of a rainbow nation than at any other time since the official end of apartheid in 1994. Some feel that the extremists are increasingly gaining...

Boosting Madagascar’s Economy by Rebuilding the Zebu Cattle Industry

For generations, zebu cattle have symbolized power and prosperity in Madagascar. With their distinctive humped backs, long crescent horns, and flapping dewlaps, the animals are used to pull carts and plow fields; they’re even featured...

Powerful Quotes From Nelson Mandela’s ‘Make Poverty History’ Speech

2018 marks the centenary of the birth of Nelson Mandela. This provides a unique opportunity for people around the world to reflect on his life and times and to promote his legacy. In 2018...
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Women’s World Banking: Inviting Women Into The Financial Fold

President of Women’s World Banking, Mary Ellen Iskenderian, says there is a growing recognition that women’s financial inclusion is not only important in achieving every other social goal, but it makes financial sense.Women’s World...

Interesting Facts About Algeria

Historic Algiers: The Casbah and the Palais de Raïs - A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Casbah is a must-see for any first-time visitor to Algiers, Algeria. The neighborhood serves as Algiers’s historical and...

GE Africa’s Awesome Leading Women

We chat to three brilliant female executives working for GE in Africa: Welela Dawit, CFO, GE Power Services, Sub-Saharan Africa/GE West Africa; Tanya Spencer, General Manager, Digital Solutions for GE Oil & Gas; and...

The Most Iconic Project In The History Of Ghana’s Tourism Investment

President Akufo-Addo says in line with the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture’s target of generating jobs, especially for the youth and unemployed, the Marine Drive Tourism Investment Project, from construction to the operational...

So You Think You Know All About the FIFA World Cup?

Take our quiz to test your knowledge of the FIFA World Cup.The World Cup is the most prestigious association football tournament in the world as well as the most widely viewed and followed sporting...

New Art Exhibition Featured at Goodman Gallery Joburg

Goodman Gallery Joburg: Group Show 1. Goodman Gallery Johannesburg launches Narrative Means Opening this Saturday 11am 2 June – 14 July 2018A group exhibition featuring work by Ghada Amer & Reza Farkhondeh, Misheck Masamvu, Hank Willis Thomas & more. Each...

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