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Today’s readers

Today’s readers come from 30 countries: Canada, USA, Argentina, South Africa, ZImbabwe, Namibia, Gabon, Cameroon, Nigeria, Mauritania, Algeria, Egypt, Uganda,…

Africa’s wealth

For the past few years, we have summarized the key findings of the Africa Wealth Report produced by the AfrAsia…

South Africa: celebrating young entrepreneurs

On 15th April 2019, Johannesburg is hosting the inaugural Very Young Entrepreneur Education and Acceleration Summit organizing by the Anzisha…

Kruger National Part: four arrested, one eaten

“A rhino poacher was trampled to death by an elephant and his body devoured by lions in South Africa’s Kruger…

Barcelona: Kendell Geers on display

From 6th April to 18th May, ADN Gallery of Barcelona is displaying an exhibition “iPROtesttHEReforeIam” by South African conceptualist artist…

Frans Thoka at work

You may also be interested in: Brothers by Frans Thoka Great grandmother Mahlako (this is not a book) An interview…

Earthquake in South Africa

Earthquake of magnitude 4.8 strikes South Africa https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us1000jbsq/executive You may also be interested in: Earthquake in South Africa South Africa’s…

South Africa: Dancing for Rhinos

On 23rd March, Deutsche Internationale Schule Pretoria is hosting an annual rhino fundraising event Dancing for Rhinos, aimed “to create…

South Africa: Makhanda festival – will be held!

In spite of the severe drought, Makhanda (formerly Grahamstown) is getting ready for the 45th edition of the National Arts…

Online education from Africa

University of Cape Town is providing a 6-week course on “Education for All: Disability, Diversity, and Inclusion”. https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/education-for-all/ The Open…

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