Ellen Johnson Sirleaf , current president of Liberia, along with Leymah Gbowee and Tawakkul Karman, won the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize “for their non-violent struggle for the safety of women and for women’s rights to full participation in peace-building work”
He’s hip-hop’s biggest name, its deadliest lyricist and the genre’s most flourishing touring act; he’s an in demand performer with fan bases across the globe; he’s Lil Wayne and in December he’s bringing his worldwide “I Am Still Music Tour” to South Africa.
The Bosmont Male Group (BMG) will inspire their audience with their four strong male voices on Saturday, 24 September at the Joburg Promusica Theatre.
BMG is a Christian vocal music group based in Johannesburg which performs predominantly Christian music, normally in churches or for community-based projects. This performance, however, will offer the opportunity to showcase the Group’s talent to a much broader audience.
The Miss Africa USA Scholarship Pageant Organization is proud and honored to announce plans for the 7th Edition of the flagship pageant. This National Pageant empowers young Women as Goodwill Ambassadors in the USA, Africa and around the world, in line with President Obama’s vision of Community Service above self. Volunteering for America and volunteering for the World.
The online registration period for the 2013 Diversity Visa Program (DV-2013) will begin on Tuesday, October 4, 2011, at noon, Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) (GMT-4), and conclude on Wednesday, November 2, 2011, at noon, Eastern Standard Time (EST) (GMT-5)
Born in Benguela, Angola, to parents of Cape Verdean background, Lopes is a business management student in Great Britain, where she was crowned Miss Angola UK on October 8, 2010, the official representative of the Angolan community in the United Kingdom to the 2011 Miss Angola pageant.
The Iziko South African National Gallery, in association with Autograph ABP, presents the work of Ghanaian photographer James Barnor.
EVER YOUNG: JAMES BARNOR
Iziko South African National Gallery
7 September 2011 – 29 January 2012
The highly anticipated, long awaited historical moment for African Film industry is finally here.
The 2011 NAFCA Awards which has been dubbed 'the African OSCAR'. Get ready to meet some of the amazing Actors and Actresses who have become household names and heroes.
Date: Sept 17 2011
Time: 7pm - 10pm
After Party: 11pm to 2.30am
Tickets: $50 each
The Sheraton Imperial Hotel and Convention Center
4700 Emperor BLVD
Durham, North Carolina 2770
Room Reservations: call the hotel 1919 941 5050 or 1866 716 8106
For more Information about the entire event please call 919 806 9812 or email: email@example.com
JUL/AUG 2011 issue of ADUNAGOW Magazine. SPECIAL REPORT on Africa impact after the 21st century. Exclusive interview with Actress Amelia Jackson-Gray from HBO Hit TV serie “Entourage.” Also on this issue: latest FIFA Rankings for African teams and coverage of the top 5 African vacation cities. Get your copy today!
Olatide (Tide) Adeniyi was born in Washington D.C. where she spent her childhood. She moved to Lagos, Nigeria during her teenage years and acquired an appreciation and passion for the arts while attending high school. In 2002, she returned to the Washington D.C. area to attend university. She holds a Bachelor degree in Economics and currently works as a full-time Analyst as she explore her creative side.
Her inspiration for Fashion Design came in 2007 as a sporatic thought to make her own dress for an event because she could not find a dress that had the perfect fit. The idea seemed laughable to her at the time as she had no prior design or sewing experience, until she purchased her first sewing machine and began bringin her first sketch to life. The garment was a success; so she began designing and sewing as a hobby, making it apparent that this should be her next business venture.
Syling hair is another natural trait that Tide possesses. In the early 90’s, her mother sought her own passion and graduated from the Dudley School of Cosmetology to become a part-time Esthetician and Hair Stylist. Although she did not directly train Tide, the exposure had an impact on her at such a young age.
“Being from Africa is part of my identity and it is something I take pride in. I love my culture, tradition, and language. This is something I want to keep and hopefully pass it to my children and their children and for many generations to come.”
– MERON ABEBE
An olden American-West Indian adjacent relationship that grants safe passage to West Indian inclusion among American white workers