This video is the first in our new campaign titled “Do Your Little.” The simple purpose of the campaign is to take the minds and eyes of Afrikans (both home and abroad) and the world at large away from how massive the issues facing the world are and reminding each one that by everyone doing […]
Whose script are you living out? Are you conscious of the machinations of the system that seeks to direct the entire global population in one very specific direction? Or do you think that it's not possible for there to be a group of people so sinister, so evil that they would actually connive to destroy the lives of billions?
Swahili, Kiswahili... It is, indeed, a language rich in culture, idiom and history and because of that, it can provide a powerful coalescing force - on one level, that of speech ... but is that enough or does Afrika need much more than a beautiful language?
Dialogues, like this one with Gordon Anderson of KPFT FM, Houston Texas, are great ways to create understanding and open up opportunities for Afrikans all over the globe to collaborate with each other to build up Afrika.
Have we, by our own hands, set the stage for some global catastrophe?
A conversation with Marcel Kwedi, creator of Nebucoin, Afrika's first mobile cryptocurrency.
Welcome to a new series where we are celebrating the good things, the new things, the creative things that Afrikans do so well. Welcome to Innovate Afrika!!! In this episode we talk to Amos Onyango the founder of Lawy Afrik Foundation in Kenya.
Debt is singular in its ability to trap, control and direct people's outcomes and it's time to retake control.
We tend to equate leadership with either a political or a company position. But that's not really what leadership is nor where it starts.
We were robbed and artifacts representative of our culture were taken away. Worse still, the thieves put our stuff on display in their museums and refused to give them back when we asked for them.
Modern living is responsible for so many unnecessary pressures and strains and too many Afrikans have bought into the story that has been told in American movies and books about how life is to be lived, about getting into debt, about what a good life looks like.