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Faces of Africa – Lessons from My Heritage

Hargeisa, the capital city of the self declared state of Somaliland, is Sada Mire’s home away from home. Sada lives and works in the Netherlands....

Faces of Africa – King George serves his country

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JR1X6BwGd_I   Known to football fans as King George, George Weah was one of the finest African players ever to grace the European football stadiums. But...

Faces of Africa – Wangari Maathai: The eco-warrior with a smile

Wangari Maathai was recognized around the globe as a warrior for the environment and a campaigner for human rights. She was responsible for planting...

Faces of Africa – A Nation in a Blanket

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WiH4ko_LmX8 In the mountain kingdom of Lesotho, enclosed on all sides by South Africa, Basotho blankets are a common part of daily wear. The colorful...

Faces Of Africa – Osiris Returns

A god, symbol of justice, a king of the afterlife, a god of rebirth and resurrection a deity who was an ambassador for the...

Faces of Africa – Ska Moteane: Chef from the Mountain Kingdom

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBbZdkcCyn0 Ska Mirriam Moteane was born in Thaba Tseka Lesotho. She’s an award winning Mosotho chef, cookbook author and entrepreneur in the Southern African mountain...

Faces of Africa – Charlie “Nyempere” Nkuna: Protector of Kruger National...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkM_DRqoqfA Charlie “Nyempere” Nkuna is a household name in Kruger National Park, South Africa for his dedication and uninterrupted long service as a ranger for...

Faces of Africa – Loux the Vintage Guru

Introducing the Afro-Dandy movement:  Elegant, sophisticated, stylish and with a classical swagger. Sartorial artistry in colour, pattern, style and attention to detail are the hallmarks...

Faces of Africa – Kerri’s Flight to Freedom

Vultures are a critically important part of a healthy ecosystem and in balancing of nature. But the number of these high flying birds is...

The Rebel and The Risk Taker – Part 2

A recent African Economic Outlook report revealed that 22% of the continent’s working age population is starting new businesses…The highest rate of any region...