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Chronicling the African Renaissance

Legends Issue

Delivering Premium Concierge Services for Ghanaians Abroad at the Speed of Light
5 years ago

Delivering Premium Concierge Services for Ghanaians Abroad at the Speed of Light

Imagine it’s your mother’s birthday in Ghana and you want to send her a cake. Where do you start when you don’t know the best vendor, let alone that vendor’s …
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10 Challenges Young African Women Will Tackle In 2016
5 years ago

10 Challenges Young African Women Will Tackle In 2016

She Leads Africa (SLA) is a community and digital platform that helps young professional African women move towards professional success with tools and resources, as well as access to experts …
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Kaymu Nigeria’s new CEO has big plans for its future
5 years ago

Kaymu Nigeria’s new CEO has big plans for its future

Sefik Bagdadioglu moved to Lagos, Nigeria in August 2015 to join Kaymu as the Managing Director. An avid economist, entrepreneur, and cyclist, Sefik has lived in Turkey, Canada, Tanzania, and …
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An in-depth chat with Harvard Law’s first deaf-blind graduate
5 years ago

An in-depth chat with Harvard Law’s first deaf-blind graduate

Haben Girma has an impressive resume. The daughter of an Eritrean refugee, she is a magna cum laude graduate of Lewis & Clark College and Harvard Law School’s first deaf-blind …
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Yale Africa Salon Part Deux
5 years ago

Yale Africa Salon Part Deux

Get ready – Yale’s second annual AFRICA SALON, curated by Ayiba alum Ifeanyi Awachie, comes to New Haven from March 28 to April 3. Recognizing and celebrating the outpouring of …
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NEW: Opportunities for Ayiba Readers
5 years ago

NEW: Opportunities for Ayiba Readers

Here are some opportunities specifically tailored to Ayiba readers, brought to you by Ayiba magazine, in conjunction with Opportunity Desk.

Budding Entrepreneurs Programme 2016- Nigeria

Deadline: March 20, 2016

The …
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In Lagos, Everyone Is Trying To Hammer, And The Nail Is F*cking Bent
5 years ago

In Lagos, Everyone Is Trying To Hammer, And The Nail Is F*cking Bent

If Nigeria were a walking, talking, human being, Lagos would be its heart, beating profusely to the ribcage-shattering pound of all the people living inside it, desperately trying to reach …
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Time for a Taste of Ethiopia
5 years ago

Time for a Taste of Ethiopia

With rich, spicy stews and a variety of vegetarian-friendly dishes, Ethiopian food is one of Africa’s most famed cuisines. Now, New York City based chef Hiyaw Gebroyohannes’s start-up …
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Meet the Inaugural Winner of the BBC World News Komla Dumor Award
5 years ago

Meet the Inaugural Winner of the BBC World News Komla Dumor Award

As an entrepreneur, a radio host, and a dancer, Ugandan journalist Nancy Kacungira wears many hats, including a position as the most popular news anchor at Kenya’s KTN …
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Amal Center: Empowering Morocco’s Most Disadvantaged Women
5 years ago

Amal Center: Empowering Morocco’s Most Disadvantaged Women

With its progressive Family Code and embrace of the UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), Morocco is often hailed as the …
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