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Beware of Fake Agencies, Immigrants Told

Beware of Fake Agencies, Immigrants Told

may well be known as a land of numerous philanthropists, welcoming and compassionate people, but one has be aware of who he or she is dealing with. The…

Kikwete Wins Presidency in Tanzania

Kikwete Wins Presidency in Tanzania

’s ruling party, Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM), recorded a series of landslide victories in the united republic’s third multiparty elections December 14. CCM’s Jakaya Kikwete won the presidency with…

Zambia’s First Lady Urges African Self-Help, Investment

Zambia’s First Lady Urges African Self-Help, Investment

The first lady of Zambia told an audience in Oakland, California that her nation's economic and political development will ultimately depend on investment by Zambians themselves, including those living and…

Somali Woman Killed in a Carjacking Accident; Suspect in Police Custody

Somali Woman Killed in a Carjacking Accident; Suspect in Police Custody

Lul Ibrahim, a 34 year old mother of two was severely wounded in the head while trying to prevent a thief from stealing her sister’s car. The incident occurred…

Mwanyagetinge Holds Elections

Mwanyagetinge Holds Elections

The Mwanyagetinge Association of Kenyans in Minnesota held its elections on November 26. Paul Morande was reelected chairman after garnering 78% of the vote. He beat Henry Kerongo who…

Nyango Nambangi Honored by Century College

Nyango Nambangi Honored by Century College

Nyango Melissa Nambangi, founder of the Minnesota African Women’s Association (MAWA) received the Women’s of Distinction award from Century College on December 8, 2005. She and two other women are the first…

Youth Take Center Stage on Africa World Aids Day

Youth Take Center Stage on Africa World Aids Day

Young and energetic Nangah Tabah  (Miss ) as the link was center stage at the second annual commemorative event of Africa World’s Day that was celebrated with music vibrations…

Former Somalia Prime Minister Accusses Neighbors Of Derailing Peace Efforts

Former Somalia Prime Minister Accusses Neighbors Of  Derailing Peace Efforts

Former Prime Minister of Somalia , Dr Ali Khalif Galaydh has pointed an accusing finger to the neighboring states of Ethiopia and Kenya as the stumbling blocks to…

Okong’o Joins Mshale as West Coast Correspondent; Aynte is new Contributing Writer

Okong’o Joins Mshale as West Coast Correspondent; Aynte is new Contributing Writer

There are two new key additions to the Mshale team, according to Mshale Editor & Publisher, Tom Gitaa. Edwin Okong’o becomes Mshale’s West Coast correspondent. Mr. Okong’o is the former…

Ethiopian Jews in Historic Minnesota Visit

Ethiopian Jews in Historic Minnesota Visit

Four Ethiopian Jews from Hadera accompanied by two officials were in Minnesota during Thanksgiving Holidays to show gratitude to their partners – The Minneapolis Jewish Federation - for…

Hussein Samatar Appointed to Minneapolis Library Board

Hussein Samatar Appointed to Minneapolis Library Board

The same day Central Connecticut State University in New Britain released a study ranking Minneapolis as the second most literate city in the country, the newly reelected mayor of that…