Nigerian Community Chief: ‘We Need a Change in the Mansion’ By Abba A. Onyeani, African Sun Times With the New Jersey gubernatorial elections around the corner, the African Sun Times spoke with 53-year-old Chief Uma Kalu, a Nigerian immigrant who has lived in the state for 33 years, to hear about the hopes and concerns of those in his community. Chief Kalu … [Read more...] about Nigerian Community Chief: ‘We Need a Change in the Mansion’
NEW YORK, NY – July 10, 2017 – Zandre Campos, CEO of ABO Capital, a leading international investment firm headquartered in Angola, announced today that fifteen students from Complexo Escolar Privado Internacional (CEPI), visited New York University (NYU) Africa House. NYU Africa House is an interdisciplinary institute devoted to the study of contemporary … [Read more...] about ZANDRE CAMPOS CEO OF ABO CAPITAL ARRANGES NYU AFRICA HOUSE VISIT FOR ANGOLAN STUDENTS
The NFL doesn't care about Black people. Yes..this is true. The NFL doesn't care about Black people. The treatment of former all-pro ..NFC champion, Colin Kaepernick proves this. You sit there and root for "your team" while the NFL takes your money and suppresses the greatest social injustice fighter/athlete of our time. What is the joy in watching a league that only values … [Read more...] about WHY ARE YOU GOING TO WATCH THE NFL SEASON …WHEN THEY DON’T CARE ABOUT BLACK PEOPLE?
By Thandisizwe Mgudlwa Future Health Index (FHI) has revealed that South African’s perceptions of the current health system do not align with the realities. Only 33% of healthcare professionals in South Africa believe the Overall health of South Africans is positive, according to FHI. Commissioned by Philips, the local 2017 FHI results were released on Monday this … [Read more...] about Few SA healthcare professionals up bit about system
By Thandisizwe Mgudlwa It is fair to suggest that since South Africa became a democracy in 1994, and after the ANC government resumed power, the economic transformation, has yet to be properly contextualized. For example, the real estate industry which is still dominated by local and foreign white has not yet reflected the transformation of a country of 55 million people … [Read more...] about SA’s real estate an opportunity to broaden economic power