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Plans to introduce EU-style African Union Passport

Plans to introduce EU-style African Union Passport

| July 4, 2016 | 0 Comments

African leaders plan to turn the continent into one of “seamless borders” with the introduction of a single passport allowing free movement between countries. The idea from the African Union has been modelled on the controversial EU Schengen free movement deal, which has abolished many internal borders to enable passport-free movement across the bloc. Currently, 13 African countries have […]

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Stephen Marley – Made In Africa ft. Wale, The Cast of Fela

Stephen Marley – Made In Africa ft. Wale, The Cast of Fela

| May 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

Stephen Marley’s new single, shot on location in Africa. What do you think?

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It’s A Wrap 9 – Featuring Maam Ummul-Khayri

It’s A Wrap 9 – Featuring Maam Ummul-Khayri

| December 31, 2011 | 0 Comments

“Head wrapping  is the style which I wear uninhibitedly and naturally.”- Maam Ummil-Khayri This week, I am excited to introduce our featured WrapStar  Maam Ummul-Khayri,  a Fulani native of the Fuuta Tooro in Senegal, West African.  She resides in France where she works in the hotel industry. She says: “I am enormously interested in my […]

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Ghana:  Black Britons return to their Roots

Ghana: Black Britons return to their Roots

| November 2, 2011 | 0 Comments

The London Elite Forum in collaboration with Bubbles VIP has brought 40 Black Britons to Ghana for a familiarization tour dubbed “Back to Our Roots”. The Back to Our Roots tour seeks to open the minds of the Diasporas with culture, historical, business and investment opportunities that exist within the Africa continent. The maiden edition […]

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Perfect Relationship between Ghana (Africa), Caribbean

Perfect Relationship between Ghana (Africa), Caribbean

| July 19, 2011 | 0 Comments

Ghana’s relationship with the Caribbean dates back over 400 years ago through the Trans Atlantic Slave Trade when Sub- Sahara Africans were under duress deracinated (uprooted) from their homeland. Millions of able men and women left the shores as some died on the way through thirst and starvation, others killed or maimed and beautiful ones […]

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