Video: African Authors at 2017 Virginia Festival of the Book

Three African authors, all with roots in Nigeria (two living in the United States, the third a South African citizen), participated in a panel discussion at the Virginia Festival of the Book in Charlottesville on March 24. The panel, called “Perspectives from Africa: Ndibe, Okupe, and Omotoso” and moderated by University of Virginia creative writing …

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Africa News Headlines for 24 November 2015

A selection of Africa news headlines from around the globe over the past 24 hours. Girls’ education in Africa boosted by pioneering alert technology Source: Financial Times iVote Empowers African Education Sector with e-Learning Technologies Source: African Brains Portable solution to a potable issue Source: The Daily Progress Zimbabwe Govt Urged to Review Drugs Penalties …

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Africa News Headlines for 8 April 2014

Telemedicine Connects UVa. to Uganda Source: Charlottesville NewsplexWB paints positive picture of sub-Saharan economiesSource: The Star Interesting take on Zimbabwe’s Innovation hubs Source: TechZim €12 million for sustainable exploitation of the forest Source: Gabonews Uganda Delegation and UVA Talk Telemedicine Source: NBC29 Gabon: Ground Zero for Forest ElephantsSource: National Geographic 8 Maps That Will Change the Way You Look …

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