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Kenyan-Americans to form new credit union

Kenyan-Americans to form new credit union

Starting 2017 or early 2018, when Kenyan-Americans in Minnesota and eventually the rest of the United States need to obtain a mortgage, or send money to their kin in Kenya,…

State-backed Twin Cities People of Color Career Fair planned

State-backed Twin Cities People of Color Career Fair planned

The Twin Cities, home to the largest per capita number of Fortune 500 companies in theВ  nation, is gearing up to host one of the largestВ  state sponsored career fairs…

Stima makes push for the Kenya Diaspora pie

Stima makes push for the Kenya Diaspora pie

Stima Investment Co-operative Society, the investment arm for members of Stima SACCO in Kenya, is continuing its push for a bigger slice of the Kenyan Diaspora market in the United…

Rain damage versus flood damage: It matters for your insurance coverage

Rain damage versus flood damage: It matters for your insurance coverage

Storms with heavy rain in many parts of Minnesota have caused dangerous flash flooding and damage to property. Minnesota Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman is offering guidance to homeowners about what…

SawaPay launches in direct competition to SendWave

SawaPay launches in direct competition to SendWave

MINNEAPOLIS – The money transfer landscape in the North America to Kenya corridor is about to undergo a major shakeup with the entry of SawaPay into the market. SawaPay is…

Saint Paul Chamber of Commerce honors Ghana-born Godson Sowah as Young Professional of the Year

Saint Paul Chamber of Commerce honors Ghana-born Godson Sowah as Young Professional of the Year

Godson Sowah, who serves as chair for Mshale’s African Awards Judges Panel, was recently awarded the Young Professional of the Year Award. The award, given by the St. Paul Area…

Why do many highly educated immigrants face underemployment?

Why do many highly educated immigrants face underemployment?

Earlier this month, Zewdu Negash sat in the lobby of a Minneapolis homeless shelter with a pile of credentials detailing a two-decade experience as a legal professional in Ethiopia. The…

African organizations under pressure to sharpen skills retention and employee engagement

African organizations under pressure to sharpen skills retention and employee engagement

Businesses across major African economies such as Kenya and Nigeria are coming under increasing pressure to align their strategies for retaining talent, compensating employees and engaging with their workforces with…

Uganda’s Ambassador to United States to address Minnesota Business forum

Uganda’s Ambassador to United States to address Minnesota Business forum

Uganda’s Ambassador to the United States, Oliver Wonekha and the United States Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs at a Minnesota Trade Office organized Africa Forum titled Business…

A stylish way to make a difference: Dandies Project 2015 Book Launch

A stylish way to make a difference: Dandies Project 2015 Book Launch

“(dan.dy) a dandy is a gentleman who places particular importance upon physical aesthetics, refined in language and enjoys leisured hobbies. His life is pursued with the importance of individuality while…

African Paradise Restaurant Opens in South Minneapolis

African Paradise Restaurant Opens in South Minneapolis

All week long, tantalizing aromas have been wafting from the doors of African Paradise Restaurant as they’ve rehearsed for their grand opening, Friday, March 20. The freshly painted walls and…

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