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Chronicling the African Renaissance

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Join the Ayiba Advantage to access specially curated experiences and events

Take advantage of these great scholarships and opportunities brought to you by Ayiba Magazine. If you find them helpful, remember to share with your friends. Also, subscribe to our newsletter …
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#CareerGoals: Viola Llewellyn helps African SMEs grow to scale
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#CareerGoals: Viola Llewellyn helps African SMEs grow to scale

Viola Llewellyn is the co-founder and President of Ovamba Solutions, Inc.. Ovamba is Africa’s first “FinTech” company to create technologies to serve African SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises) with innovative …
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Event Recap: MIT Sloan 7th Annual Africa Innovate Conference
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Event Recap: MIT Sloan 7th Annual Africa Innovate Conference

Ayiba Magazine was present at the MIT Sloan 7th Annual Africa Innovate Conference on April 8th, 2017. This conference brought together visionaries, entrepreneurs, and influential people from Africa and the …
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In Step with Rudi Smit: South African Dancer and Choreographer
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In Step with Rudi Smit: South African Dancer and Choreographer

Based in Cape Town, choreographer and dancer Rudi Smit recently became a viral sensation when he choreographed his own take on a music video to Megan Trainor’s “Me Too” video. …
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Download a Free Copy of Business Day’s CEO Magazine
7 months ago

Download a Free Copy of Business Day’s CEO Magazine

BusinessDay launched its new digital millennial magazine, The CEO magazine in January. The CEO is a new digital offering from BusinessDay, targeted at millennials, with the aim of showcasing young entrepreneurs …
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Afrilanthropy: Why African philanthropy needs its own name
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Afrilanthropy: Why African philanthropy needs its own name

The widely held understanding of philanthropy in Africa recognizes and presupposes the flow of resources, effort and generosity largely in one direction: from outside of Africa into Africa. For centuries …
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Ayiba at the Capetown Jazz Fest 2017
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Ayiba at the Capetown Jazz Fest 2017

The beauty of jazz lies in its improvisations, especially in jam sessions. The best of them play to rhythms and melodies dictated by their volition, but they are attune to …
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ICYMI: Columbia University African Economic Forum 2017
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ICYMI: Columbia University African Economic Forum 2017

Saturday, April 1st was the African Economic Forum. Without the huge banner of welcome at the front, a few might have left bewildered by the number of black people in …
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The Africans in Tudor England: Uncovering The Hidden History of The Blackamoores
7 months ago

The Africans in Tudor England: Uncovering The Hidden History of The Blackamoores

In April 2017 Narrative Eye will be presenting a series of events which aims to educate and inspire people to interact with the hidden yet fascinating history of England. The Blackamoores …
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#TravelAfrica: The Ultimate African Islands to Visit this Summer
7 months ago

#TravelAfrica: The Ultimate African Islands to Visit this Summer

Envisage your upcoming holiday in one of the gorgeous African islands, and discover the hidden treasures these beauties possess. Their pristine environs are unrivaled, not to mention the privacy and …
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