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Chronicling the African Renaissance

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Coding for Rights: Making Apps that Matter
12 months ago

Coding for Rights: Making Apps that Matter

As computational tools become more accessible, more people than ever can shape the technologies that increasingly impact our lives. Joy Buolamwini, founder of Code4Rights, a technology education initiative, …
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Watch Yvonne Orji in HBO’s Insecure Coming this Fall
12 months ago

Watch Yvonne Orji in HBO’s Insecure Coming this Fall

Comedy is often the last profession that most African parents would chose for their children, and yet that is what Nigerian-born Yvonne Orji did when she decided to …
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The Ayiba Magazine Summer 2016 Team
12 months ago

The Ayiba Magazine Summer 2016 Team

Meet the Ayiba Magazine summer 2016 team! Our interns and fellows are from 8 different countries, speak 9 languages, and live across 5 time zones. We can’t wait to …
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The Meaning of Passport Privilege
1 year ago

The Meaning of Passport Privilege

Summed up, it is a series of benefits or restrictions placed on your ability to move and live globally based on the nationality of your passport. But what does …
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Life-Saving Drones Come to Rwanda
1 year ago

Life-Saving Drones Come to Rwanda

Rwanda is soon to become the first country in the world with a commercial drone delivery network. Zipline, a Silicon Valley startup, has forged a partnership with the …
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#CareerGoals: Ronke Lawal of Ariatu PR
1 year ago

#CareerGoals: Ronke Lawal of Ariatu PR

We introduce our new series #CareerGoals with a feature on Ronke Lawal, founder of Ariatu PR in London. Ariatu Public Relations works with entrepreneurs and luxury brands to …
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Aso Oke Re-imagined with Ethnik’s Scarified Collection
1 year ago

Aso Oke Re-imagined with Ethnik’s Scarified Collection

Tunde Owolabi is an artist first and foremost. However, he channels this art into design through his latest venture, Ethnik. Ayiba’s Eyitemi Popo interviewed Tunde about his new …
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An African living in America, yet not an African-American
1 year ago

An African living in America, yet not an African-American

An African living in America, yet not an African American. I came here to chase the American dream, but soon realized I had a predetermined place at the …
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The Divine Way of Making Chocolate
1 year ago

The Divine Way of Making Chocolate

Not many cocoa farmers have tasted the fruit of their labor. Despite the rising demand for chocolate and rising cocoa prices, the majority of farmers growing the crop …
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Is Tech in Nigeria ‘Bougie’?
1 year ago

Is Tech in Nigeria ‘Bougie’?

During the Communication Technology Retreat in Ibadan at the ITTA yesterday, I waited to withdraw some money from the ATM. The chap in front was there for close …
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