I am Congolese, I am african.
Journalist and C4D practitioner.
My objective :
To tell african stories and utilize my communication skills to bring social change and empower communities.
I am all about African Development.
BA in journalism and currently pursuing a Master's degree in Development ...
The natural hair movement spurns business opportunities for Kenyan women - This Is Africa
Manu Dibango does not need to speak when he enters a room. His presence says enough. Walking in with a big smile and wearing his trademark sunglasses, the legendary Cameroonian saxophonist and vibraphone player oozes a charisma that belies his 83 years. Dubbed ‘The Lion of Africa’, in person Dibango is full of humour and wisdom. His ebullience is due to the passion he continues to harbour for music.
Zimbabwe's Ministry of Justice and Legal Affairs has warned citizens from producing, selling or using the national flag without official permission and bringing the flag "into disrepute". In a statement Virginia Mabhiza, the permanent secretary in the Ministry of Justice said: "Members of the public who participate in any action or activity involving the national flag or bring the national flag into disrepute are warned they are liable to prosecution".
Botswana has deported Steven Anderson, a controversial American pastor over his views on homosexuality. The deportation comes a week after Anderson was banned from South Africa because of his statements on homosexuality.
Well I don't know if its because I have never been a victim of racism or because I don't live in the #USA but I honestly don't see anything wrong with this #HM thing. #HMHoodie
Just saying ohhh. #MyOpinion
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