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South African artist Sho Madjozi spotlights Xitsonga culture through hip-hop
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South African artist Sho Madjozi spotlights Xitsonga culture through hip-hop

South Africa has a timeline of xenophobic attacks dating from 1994 to a few weeks back. This has happened in different areas where South Africans have taken on the mission …
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Event Alert: African Economic Forum 2017 @ Columbia University
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Event Alert: African Economic Forum 2017 @ Columbia University

We are excited to invite you to the 14th annual African Economic Forum (AEF) at Columbia University. We look forward to having you join us and our distinguished speakers while …
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MIT Africa Innovate Conference 2017: April 7th & 8th
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MIT Africa Innovate Conference 2017: April 7th & 8th

The MIT Sloan Africa Business Club is proud to announce 7th MIT Africa Innovate Conference, to be held at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, MA on April 7th and …
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The Quarter Life Crisis: Stuck Somewhere In-Between
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The Quarter Life Crisis: Stuck Somewhere In-Between

The quarter life crisis is a real thing. It’s something I’ve been grappling with recently and the more I spoke to people, the more I realised that they, too, are …
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Xenophobia in the “Rainbow Nation”
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Xenophobia in the “Rainbow Nation”

South Africa has developed a history of xenophobic attacks. As a South African it pains me to say this but there can be no denying what has played out over …
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In Congo DRC, Goma Sings For Peace
2 months ago

In Congo DRC, Goma Sings For Peace

Amani Festival reunited more than 34,000 people in 3 days of music, dance, and culture to promote and demand peace in the still wounded North-Kivu region, east of the Democratic …
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Award-Winning Writer Tolulope Popoola Reveals her True Shade in Lancôme Campaign
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Award-Winning Writer Tolulope Popoola Reveals her True Shade in Lancôme Campaign

‘My power is coaching’, says Tolulope Popoola, the award winning Nigerian author, writing coach and publisher, who is one of the 47 star campaigners of Lancôme’s ‘My Shade, My Power’ …
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Attend the South American Business Forum 2017
2 months ago

Attend the South American Business Forum 2017

During the time I spent at university I made a glorious discovery: academics is not just about studying and writing exams, it is about travelling and discovering as well. Conferences …
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7 Artists Who Bare Their Souls
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7 Artists Who Bare Their Souls

To showcase one’s art means to open yourself up to interpretation and critique from others. It is a truly vulnerable act that can often be taken for granted. These seven …
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Marianne Olaleye’s photography celebrates black and minority ethnic women
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Marianne Olaleye’s photography celebrates black and minority ethnic women

Marianne Olaleye is the London-based portrait photographer whose stunning work is on the cover of our latest issue. She is currently studying full-time for her master’s at London School of Economics. …
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