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Does South Africa have a good story to tell?
Will challenges of corruption, poor service delivery and race have a bearing on the outcome?
Rwandan Genocide survivor Claude Gatebuke, Mwangi Chege, Tseliso Thipanyane & Wuyi Jacobs on 20 years after the Genocide. Any lessons learnt?
The boycott that never materialized - What does this mean for African leadership?
World Bank Accused of Destroying Traditional Farming to Support Corporate Land Grabs.See also: The Great Ethiopia Land Grab.
Much of Africa suffers from serious environmental challenges.See also: "Keep Oil in the Soil"
Creating awareness about wildlife trafficking.See also: "Letters to President Zuma"
World renowned philanthropist team up with SA's youngest philanthropists to combat wildlife trafficking.
Maria Paez Victor on the political, economic and social crisis and the forces at play in Venezuela.
Pres Obama pledged to raise the minimum wage for those contracted to the federal government.
Osekre & The Lucky Bastards
NYC Events: The sounds and tastes of Africa are only a subway away.
Helping to change negative stereotypes and perceptions.See also: "Angelique Kidjo"
Hot new travel destinations in Africa
For Actor from South Africa the Goal is to Motivate Audiences to Act.
Best African Music of 2013 with Akena Hammagaadji - at # 1 TAL NATIONAL by Tal National on Fat Cat. Song: Kountché.
On Aimé Césaire's "A Season In The Congo" and Patrice Émery Lumumba.
No Small Money Brass Band performed two awesome sets to close the night at BUKA in Brooklyn.
Live music from South Africa.
Asiko led by Folorunso Kolade, AKA Bros Foly live at the BUKA Restaurant in Brooklyn.
warming oceans, rising sea-levels, shortages of freshwater, rising global temperatures
Africa Health tackles the manner in which medical care is delivered in Africa.
NYC Events Celebrates International Woman’s Day 2014.
Opportunities for African students to study abroad are increasing.
7 million premature deaths annually linked to air pollution.
Young African analysts Brigid Otieno & Prudence Ukwishatse explore the ramfications of the Ukranian crisis for Africa.
The Black Jacobins
Economist score Africa very low in the fight against corruption.
On the so called '‘green economy’ and how UN agencies (UNEP) provides cover to continue business as usual.
He talks to Firoze Manjji about alternative value measurements compared to paper money.