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The traditional Zulu wedding

By African Wedding Traditions, 11/19/2017 A Zulu wedding, like most African weddings, is vibrant with colors, music and dancing. There are other traditions when it comes to South African weddings but Zulu weddings are among the most popular because of the...
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My Husband’s Wives: The Positive Perspective Of Africa’s Polygamy

By Fareeda Munir, Juruma, 11/19/2017 The word ‘polygamy’ sends shivers down the spine of many in today’s world.  The practice has been shrouded in negativity and popular media has played a part in demonizing it.  As a child from a monogamous...
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Faces of Africa – Polygamous Love

By  Wu Yingna, CGTN, 11/19/2017 The Maasai are traditionally polygamous with old and young men taking up to three, four or more wives in their lifetime. The need for a second or third wife is not always for the man’s satisfaction but for the...

The power of shame in Uganda

By Jyoti Shelar, The Hindu, 11/19/2017 Twinomujni Enock’s wife is ‘more pleasant’ with him, he says, and that makes him happy. The 45-year-old farmer grows Irish potatoes and pineapples in his one-acre farm in Kabale, in western Uganda. He sells his produce...

UN Refugee Agency Expresses Concern at Israel’s Expulsion of African Asylum Seekers

UN High Commissioner for Refugees calls Israel's forced relocation of Eritreans and Sudanese to third African country controversial By Ilan Lior, Haaretz, 11/19/2017 The UN High Commissioner for Refugees expressed serious concern Friday over an announcement by two Israeli ministers that they...

Ethiopian-Israeli teen, ENP leader tell stories of success fueled by Federation

By Phyllis Braun, Jewish Post, 11/18/2017 Batel Marsha, an 18-year-old Ethiopian-Israeli, says the Ethiopian National Project’s SPACE (School Performance and Community Empowerment) program “saved me ­— maybe not literally saved my life, but totally helped me get to where I am today.” Batel...

A tyrant and a bungler but Robert Mugabe falls short of Africa’s worst

By Michael Binyon, The Times, 11/18/2017 Among older Africans Robert Mugabe is still held in considerable, though dwindling respect. Twenty years ago he was seen as the symbol of Africa’s liberation from colonialism, the man who fought a guerrilla war against white minority...

It gets ugly as Russia and South Africa gang-up against China over Zimbabwe coup

By Staff Reporter, The Zimbabwean, 11/18/2017 HARARE —Amid reports of bitter intense rivalry between Russia and China over Zimbabwean succession battles, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yury Trutnev, has today landed in Southern Africa and teamed up with his host to try and...
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Meet Masiphumelele’s budding violinists

“We like the African beats and we also play classics” By Ashraf Hendricks, Ground Up, 11/18/2017 In a small classroom learners from Masiphumelele are learning a new skill: playing the violin. The outreach program, that takes place on the campus of non-profit organisation Masiphumelele...

Mugabe could have been a hero, like Mandela. Instead his legacy is violence and...

By NEVILLE FRANKEL, Los Angeles Times, 11/18/2017 It may be hard to imagine now, but in the late 1970s Robert Mugabe was a revolutionary leader, considered a hero by his people. As a South African, I couldn’t help but notice the clear similarities between Zimbabwe’s...
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