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Child of the Two South Africas

Child of the Two South Africas

My good friend Mugabe Ratshikuni, or Mugs as I like to call him has written his first short story...

Micro-learning project designed to increase rate at which children learn facts

Micro-learning project designed to increase rate at which children learn facts

“I don’t usually cut and paste an entire article from another paper to Feint &...

Africa Straight Up! Let’s Tell our Stories

Africa Straight Up! Let’s Tell our Stories

Since independence, we’ve been building the African revolution with words. A new spirit is...

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Child of the Two South Africas

September 6, 2013 Child of the Two South Africas

My good friend Mugabe Ratshikuni, or Mugs as I like to call him has written his first short story...

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Micro-learning project designed to increase rate at which children learn facts

April 28, 2013 Micro-learning project designed to increase rate at which children learn facts

“I don’t usually cut and paste an entire article from another paper to Feint &...

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Africa Straight Up! Let’s Tell our Stories

April 9, 2013 Africa Straight Up! Let’s Tell our Stories

Since independence, we’ve been building the African revolution with words. A new spirit is...

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The Essence of National Development in Africa

April 9, 2013

“You can’t enjoy the fruits of effort without first making the effort”, said Margaret...

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Seeking Management Consultation Solutions is Key to the Growth of Small Businesses

April 9, 2013

Every entrepreneur wants their small business to be successful so every segment of professional...

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Review: The Tale of an Orphan

November 13, 2012

Book Title: The Tale of an Orphan: A Lesson to Learn Synopsis: This book is about life. How painful...

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Breaching a new Frontier for Pan-African Inspired Fashion

November 13, 2012

54 Kingdoms continues to put Pan-African inspired fashion on the global frontier. Three years ago,...

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Why Children Don’t Go to School

November 13, 2012

“I volunteer at a Non for Profit Organisation called Hold-a-Hand which is a programme which...

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Messed Up World

November 13, 2012

Eleven year old Tiane Parris from South Africa wrote this rap song. She’s a symbol of hope...

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Ghana’s First Presidential Youth Dialogue

September 28, 2012

Brief Overview of the Youth Situation in Ghana   Ghana has a relatively youthful population...

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Africa’s Rich Value System Face Risk To Modernity

May 12, 2012 Africa’s Rich Value System Face Risk To Modernity

As we walked down the path across the lake where people had set camp and enjoying fishing, a...

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The Five Stages Of Grief

May 25, 2012 The Five Stages Of Grief

The five stages of grief 1 ………….   2   This morning I went to my postbox,...

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A Modern African Civilisation

May 25, 2012 A Modern African Civilisation

Over the past month and a half, I’ve been watching a documentary series by the eminent art...

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Imperfection

September 28, 2012 Imperfection

Break… crack! Mind splattering all about The soul is worn-out Body once made the temple of evil...

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Slave Queen

September 28, 2012 Slave Queen

she sits on her wooden throne, her name stuck in her throat like Adam’s apple. she’s...

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Law In Africa

September 28, 2012

“Lawis a system of rules, usually enforced through a set of institutions.[5] It shapes politics,...

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Ghana at the Crossroads: Mining Activities Threaten Sustainable Development

September 28, 2012

Increasingly, Ghana has been caught on the wrong side of mining activities from almost every corner...

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Woman’s Month

September 28, 2012

Women’s month was celebrated in South Africa in August. This poem was written by Siki Dlanga...

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Tawiah DeSoul Poet It’s Up To Me

September 28, 2012 Tawiah DeSoul Poet It’s Up To Me

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Marikana 45

September 28, 2012

45 men dead. Twelve-thousand, five hundred Rand. Numbers that mean life or death Yet no numbers...

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Nzulezo Exhibition by Ghanaian-Canadian Photographer George Qua-Enoo

September 28, 2012

Upcoming photo exhibit and fundraiser features remote African “lake village”   In 2011...

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Black and White

September 28, 2012

I drove to Naumburg (220km South of Berlin, Germany) this morning to do some business. A small boy...

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Policy Focus: Ghana’s Election 2012

September 28, 2012

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Telling Our African Stories!

October 12, 2012 Telling Our African Stories!

Since independence, we’ve been building the African revolution with words. A new spirit is needed...

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