Monthly Archives: May 2021

‘Preserving African culture’ | The herald

The herald Talent BopeArtistic journalistLocal celebrities urged Zimbabweans to defend and preserve African culture to ensure it is passed on to future generations. Celebrities said this ahead of Africa Day, which is commemorated today. The Africa Day was born from a collaboration of all African States in 1963 in order …

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Hotels have been hit hardest by lockdown restrictions, accommodations data shows

Housing income fell 35.9% year-on-year in March 2021. (iStock) The impact of coronavirus-related closures and travel bans is still being reflected in the tourist accommodation sector. Data released by Stats SA shows a negative year-on-year trend for tourist accommodation in March this year. Hotel accommodation took the biggest hit. Unadjusted …

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Why mobile technology is important for rural communities in Africa – IT news Africa

Mobile technology is at the heart of Africa’s digital journey through its ability to provide communities with improved work and economic improvements. An excellent example of how access to online resources is The Haller Foundation award-winning mobile app – Haller farmers. To unpack further, IT News Africa Jenna Delport spoke …

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Academic City hosts Diversity Day to deepen understanding of African culture

As part of efforts to promote and deepen understanding of African culture among young people, Academic City University College has organized a program called “Diversity Day”. This year’s event, which is a student initiative, was themed “Breaking the Stereotype”. The one-day event aimed to celebrate and appreciate the different African …

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Amanda Adé on Jollof rice and African culture

If you ask Amanda Adé which Jollof rice she prefers – Ghanaian or Nigerian – she doesn’t hide her bias. “I’m going to be biased because I have Nigerian blood but from my experience I would also say that Nigerian jollof rice is so much better,” she laughs. The traditional …

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