An Interview with Okwu ID

Okwu Ndi Igbo na Ala Beke (Igbo Diaspora Media)   Okwu ID is an independent platform of young Africans, telling their own stories and documenting their culture. Earlier this month I joined Okwu ID for the filming of…

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Destination Africa: Sarah Owusu

In my last post, I explored the state of Africa’s tourism sector, particularly focussing on the need to ease travel restrictions within the continent and the impact of social media on Africa’s ‘PR image.’ By…

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The Fashionomics Series: Kuba Wraps UK

KUBA UK is a line of authentic African head wraps & accessories handmade in London, founded by Georgina Owusu-Ansah a secondary school Business and Finance teacher. Born to Ghanaian parents, Georgina has always been in touch with…

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Dining With Jamii

Jamii is a discount card for black-owned businesses. The platform was founded by Khalia Ismain, to improve the visibility of the incredible businesses and entrepreneurial talent within our communities. Members of Jamii have the opportunity…

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African Women in Tech: Improving Economic Empowerment

Across Africa, women are often the pillars of their families and local communities. According to Diginomica.com women in Africa put up to 90% of the money they earn back into their communities and families. Yet as is…

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