Discover the hidden treasures of Africa, and find out why Nations like China and India, are willing to invest in this treasure trove. Get positive and enlightening news on this wonderful continent.
Factory Smiles is an inspirational story that combines fantasy and true life, highlighting overcoming adversity and attaining triumph.
William Kamkwamba: The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind
Diana N. Graham: greatness begins from within
Jan- March 2013 WorkCamp Register Yourself Now! Book a Placement at this special Project, Leave your Mark Behind!! Write to: firstname.lastname@example.org Help
What role does the resources generated from revenue by African musicians play as a motive force for development? Is there any identifiable effort(s) to
Did you know? Your guide to Discovering Africa
Page 4: Did you know. Get your daily facts on Africa:
Page 2: Did you know. Get your daily facts on Africa:
Website sitemap: Discovering Africa Network
African speakers: The African voices that make the continent shine
African business: Find out the present and future status
50 cent enhances development in Africa with innovative ideas.
African technology: Discover great innovations made in Africa
Discoveries of the week, unveiling the hidden treasures of Africa
Ghana news: Positive and enlightening info
The Empowerment wall, be inspired by the words that give direction in life
There are a lot of recreational activities in Africa. I found this one interesting. Discover and enjoy the great destinations in Africa, a continent now
It is indeed true that there are insufficient resources to run the African Union. The one thing that however vexes me is that there is a lot of wastage
A mix of cultures and flavors, a delicious blend of African and Western tastes
Take your taste buds to a wonderful journey.
Opportunities Available at Discovering Africa Network
Creative solutions for African Challenges
Gambia news, positive information
Gabon: Positive and enlightening news
Africa Dear Africa, You are dear to my heart, And your pain hurts my heart Deep down inside me I know that you cry Whether be during the day And in the
VOLUNTEER IN TEACHING| HIV/AIDS PROGRAM| COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/HEALTH CARE/VOLUNTEER IN UGANDA| VOLUNTEER UGANDA| HOPE DEVELOPMENT VOLUNTEERS| UGANDA VOLUNTEERS|
Ethiopia, positive news
Knowledge for an Entrepreneur:
I believe entrepreneurs can be the backbone for development in Africa for years to come. People who think outside the box and come up with unique ideas to maximize the resources in Africa. These innovative people have to be under righteous leaders. Leaders that love their nations unceasingly and are an embodiment of trust.
Helping the less fortunate Ministries - Make a difference
Eritrea, positive news
Analyzing the environment for entrepreneurs in Africa.
Page 3: Did you know. Get your daily facts on Africa:
Take a fun day out and go swimming at the stunning Valley of the Waves at Sun City casino and resort in North West Province, South Africa. The Valley
History of Food from Cameroon I came across this fascinating website that talks about the history of Cameroonian food, and it also showcases recipes.
PRESTO: Presidential Initiative on Sustainable Tourism
Gloria Maduka of Nigeria perseveres and becomes a great musican
Laying a foundation for development. This video is still relevant and people can learn from it.
One fact that stood out from the video, is that good leadership is necessary for development. Leaders must have visions and work on making those visions a reality.
Some information on Africa's contribution to civilization
"The United States Agency for International Development and the Western Union Company have now launched African Diaspora Marketplace II. The competition encourages sustainable economic growth and employment by supporting those with innovative and high-impact ideas for start-up and established businesses in Africa."
Find out about those people that are moving the African economy. Africa has a plethora of successful people.
1st ANNUAL AFRICA WE CAARE CULTURAL CELEBRATION
Motsepe shares secrets of success. He explains how to create ideal environments for business.
It is great to hear from successful people, they give you tools to achieve your dreams. One learns best from those who have done a job effectively, honestly and successfully. Get advise from the right people.
“Great Africans are not judged by how much money they have — but what they’ve done for their people.” - Forbes Africa
This article will attempt to share five innovative ways that African business people, small or large can take advantage of the current waves and make excellent gains in their profit margins.
1. Remain Original, Be innovative, Serve Beyond Africa
2. Embrace Basic Technology
3. Brand your business as Different
4. Connectivity BETA
5. Kill Bribery and Corruption
"Africa, with a population expected to roughly double by mid-century, has become recognized as the world's fastest growing continent. But the less-told story is of Africa's economic rise. In the last decade Africa's overall growth rates have quietly approached those of Asia, and according to projections by the IMF, on average Africa will have the world's fastest growing economy of any continent over the next five years."
This article is so enlightening. Africa is the future, and if one is an investor, he has to look no further than Africa.
Regions have their cycles of success, the cycle of a successful Africa is just beginning.
This South African designer embraces his culture and comes up with unique designs. This is what I call thinking outside the box, a concept that can see many industries flourish in Africa. Watch the video below and find out more.
Positive Equatorial Guinea news
Nadia Mladjao, better known by her stage name Imany, is an Afro-soul singer. She was born in the French Comoros Islands1 in 1979. From the Comores, her
Uganda is a complete Adventure Destination. Book your Safari with us and experience the real Africa!
On the cover of the May 2012 issue is Africa’s richest man – Aliko Dangote. Aliko Dangote is the third Nigerian to grace the cover of the magazine since its launch.
"Samite Mulondo is at once a refugee and a pilgrim, a wanderer with as many homes as his music leads him to enter. He sings in a bright, sweet tenor; accompanied by his extended family of thumb pianos and percussion instruments that have come to him at different points during his travels."