Monthly Archives: June 2016

5 business lessons we learned from Power Women 232 in Sierra Leone

Power Women in Africa, Power Women 232

There are networks and then there are NETWORKS. We believe there are levels to everything and well let’s just say Power Women 232 network is serving up some of the leading women in business in Sierra Leone. This powerful network has successfully positioned itself as the entry point and connector to the movers and shakers… Read More

“Arts of the Monsoon”: Revealing links between East Africa and Oman

“Arts of the Monsoon” is a 58-minute documentary commissioned by the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art in Washington, DC. It’s part of the museum’s ongoing “Connecting the Gems of the Indian Ocean: From Oman to East Africa” project that was launched in 2013 to educate the public about the little known history between East… Read More

Kenyan and Egyptian diplomats divided on racism scandal

Earlier this month, outrage erupted on social media after it emerged that an Egyptian minister referred to sub-Saharan Africans as “dogs and slaves.” This was spilled by Yvonne Khamati, the Chairperson of the African Diplomatic CorpsTechnical Committee, who was at a United Nations Environmental Assembly meeting held in Nairobi, Kenya. During the meeting, the Egyptian… Read More