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9 Opportunities for Young Africans (10/23)
3 years ago

9 Opportunities for Young Africans (10/23)

We’ve partnered with the opportunity desk to bring your attention to conferences, fellowships, competitions and funding opportunities.

Check out the list below to find opportunities you …
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Yinka Orisan Jewelry
3 years ago

Yinka Orisan Jewelry

Inspired by her Nigerian heritage, and honing her skills with experience at Nordstrom and Tiffany & Co., Yinka Orisan launched her eponymous jewelry and accessory line in Summer …
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Go and Come: An Afropolitan’s Journey Home
3 years ago

Go and Come: An Afropolitan’s Journey Home

We arrived in Akpafu by late morning, having left Tema at half past five. According to my father, his hometown is only three hours from Accra. That’s a …
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Ankara in the City: An Urban Style Guide
3 years ago

Ankara in the City: An Urban Style Guide

The versatility of ankara cannot be overemphasized. Its ability to be used not only in clothing, but also in accessories, shoes, and bags, speaks to its beauty. In this …
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My Afropolitan Diary: Jane Odartey
3 years ago

My Afropolitan Diary: Jane Odartey

Everyone was quick to say how wonderful America (Abrochi) was. Like me, most of these Ghanaians had never even been to Togo, but it didn’t prevent me from …
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How to find Africa-focused jobs by Nina Oduro
3 years ago

How to find Africa-focused jobs by Nina Oduro

Nina Oduro is the founder and President of AfricanDevJobs, a platform for Africa-based development job opportunities and career advice. The site offers insights into African development careers with a focus …
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Alexandria: A poem by Ifeanyi Awachie
3 years ago

Alexandria: A poem by Ifeanyi Awachie

Alexandria

When I was younger I read a series called The American Girl Diaries

They were books about girls …
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Fiction and the City: An Interview with Helon Habila
3 years ago

Fiction and the City: An Interview with Helon Habila

Award-winning author Helon Habila wears many hats. An accomplished writer of three acclaimed novels, Habila is also a professor of Creative Writing at George Mason University. However, his …
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Of Books and Almost Lost Dreams
3 years ago

Of Books and Almost Lost Dreams

Faith, God, Merfolk (or mammy water as we call them locally), adventure, love, and all the trappings of African folklore make Weeping Cherry an adult, urban fantasy novel …
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Urbanization and diet diversification in Africa
3 years ago

Urbanization and diet diversification in Africa

The decade 2002-2012 has been Africa’s decade of unprecedented growth. The African Transformation Report 2013 states that six of the ten fastest growing economies globally in the early …
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