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Faces of Africa – Ocean Warriors, Part 2

In 2015, three million and seven hundred tourists both local and international visited Durban beaches in South Africa. The beaches have fifty-five permanent lifeguards...

Faces of Africa – Horse Racing For Unity, Part Two

Riddled with holiday goers all year round, this weekend however, the bustling city of Port Louis, Mauritius is hosting a very important event in...

Faces of Africa: Ken Saro-Wiwa: All For My People

Ken Saro-Wiwa was born on 10th October 1941 and died on 10th November 1995. He was a Nigerian writer, television producer, environmental activist, and...

Faces of Africa – Afweyne “Big Mouth” and The Somali Pirates

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16R_IgkxSd4 He was nicknamed Afweyne “Big Mouth” in the Somali language; this is a man who spent close to a decade raining down terror on...

Faces of Africa – Be My Eyes, Part 1

According to World Health Organization, at least 235 million people live with vision impairment. Also, uncorrected refractive errors and unoperated cataract are the top...

Faces of Africa – Guardians of the Sacred Crocodiles

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAV0A4W0Dxg Crocodiles are incredibly strong, agile and aggressive. They are merciless killers and it’s their nature to be brutal. They are estimated to kill up...

Faces of Africa – Be My Eyes, Part 2

WHO reports that an estimate of 36 million people are blind and 217 million have moderate to severe vision impairment globally. Cataracts are attributed...

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...

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 – My Mandela: Khalo’s Letter to Madiba

The lens focusing through the history of a country is due to come across events, seasons and regimes that may ignite joy or pain...