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Popular This Week: Glam Grannies, Music Festivals, and Business Challenges
1 year ago

Popular This Week: Glam Grannies, Music Festivals, and Business Challenges

Kenya’s League of Extravagant Grannies by Osborne Macharia

“This is the story of Kenya’s League of Extravagant Grannies who were once corporate and government leaders in the 1970’s but are …
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Leila Lopes, former Miss Universe, is the new face of Natures Gentle Touch
1 year ago

Leila Lopes, former Miss Universe, is the new face of Natures Gentle Touch

Natures Gentle Touch, owned by Recare Cosmetics International has announced the appointment of international African model and Miss Universe 2011, Leila Lopes as her brand ambassador. This is building on …
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A Letter to Africa Renewal Online
1 year ago

A Letter to Africa Renewal Online

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The well written article “Africa’s youth: a ‘ticking time bomb’ or an opportunity? Leaders awakening to the need for job-creation programmes” by Kingsley Ighobor published on page 10, during May …
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Afro Emoji
1 year ago

Afro Emoji

Check out these new emoji stickers from the team at Afro Emoji. You can download them now for free on Android and Apple devices – what are you waiting …
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Celebrate our Anniversary with us!
1 year ago

Celebrate our Anniversary with us!

To celebrate our 3rd anniversary, Ayiba Magazine is launching a print issue with over 20 articles including a Becoming feature from Haben Girma, Harvard Law’s first deaf-blind graduate, a …
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10 African skies to inspire wanderlust in 2016
1 year ago

10 African skies to inspire wanderlust in 2016

Here are ten breathtaking images from sunrise to set we found browsing through Flickr. Sadly, most of these places are still on our bucket list. Comment below if you’ve …
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Duro Olowu Decorates The White House for Christmas
1 year ago

Duro Olowu Decorates The White House for Christmas

Nigerian-born, London-based designer Duro Olowu was recently enlisted by Michelle Obama, First Lady of the United States of America, to decorate The White House for 2015 Christmas celebrations.


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BudgIT: Illuminating Government Finances
1 year ago

BudgIT: Illuminating Government Finances

In Nigeria, a nation trying to evolve into a strong democracy, the selection by voters of public office holders that protect their interests has been particularly challenging. In …
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Let’s Keep Felabrating
1 year 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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Dorien Beurskens on empowering African youth
1 year ago

Dorien Beurskens on empowering African youth

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Dutch native, Dorien Beurskens, moved to Kenya in 1995 to work as a volunteer at Don Bosco. Don Bosco is a global organization that empowers young people through its international …
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