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Chronicling the African Renaissance

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Libromat: A New Approach to Early Childhood Development
4 years ago

Libromat: A New Approach to Early Childhood Development

Laundry is rarely anyone’s favorite chore. In the developed world, the burden of the time-consuming chore is often reduced by washing machines and dryers, but in developing countries …
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The Boy is Gone: Conversations with a Mau Mau General
4 years ago

The Boy is Gone: Conversations with a Mau Mau General

Laura Lee Huttenbach, an Atlanta native and a graduate of the University of Virginia, has written about her travels in Africa, South America, and the Middle East. She …
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Essiespice: The Ghanaian Spice Goddess
4 years ago

Essiespice: The Ghanaian Spice Goddess

In 2013, what began as an experiment born out of a love affair with spices, cooking, and traveling became the beginning of a culinary business that is making …
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Repurpose Schoolbags
4 years ago

Repurpose Schoolbags

Millions of school children in South Africa walk long distances to and from school on a daily basis. Once they return home, several are unable to study at …
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Let’s Keep Felabrating
4 years ago

Let’s Keep Felabrating

My people self dey fear too much We fear for the thing we no see We fear for the air around us We fear to fight for freedom

We fear …
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10 African Models Who Are Blazing the Runway
4 years ago

10 African Models Who Are Blazing the Runway

The model industry is an immensely difficult industry to break into, especially for women of color. African models have often been excluded from international runways, even in shows …
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NEW: Opportunities for Young Africans
4 years ago

NEW: Opportunities for Young Africans

Here are new opportunities for Africans brought to you by Ayiba, in conjunction with Opportunity Desk!

Fully-Funded Skoll Scholarship For MBA Program at Saïd Business School

Deadlines: October 30, 2015| …
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Fees Must Fall: A demand for social upward mobility
4 years ago

Fees Must Fall: A demand for social upward mobility

In the early hours of the 14th of October, social media streams were clogged by images from the University of Witswatersrand, colloquially known as Wits, in Johannesburg. Students …
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ALARA hosts private presentation with Tiffany Amber & Maki Oh
4 years ago

ALARA hosts private presentation with Tiffany Amber & Maki Oh

Nigeria’s first luxury concept store, ALARA and leading Nigerian fashion labels, Tiffany Amber and Maki Oh, gathered a glamorous crowd on Saturday, October 31st to a private presentation …
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An Evening With Graça Machel and Fred Swaniker
4 years ago

An Evening With Graça Machel and Fred Swaniker

African Leadership Group presents an evening with Graça Machel and Fred Swaniker, two revolutionary thought leaders who are working to transform how Africa develops a community of leaders to transform the …
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