Monthly Archives: June 2007
There are people who go down in history as legends, but are recognized too late. Siama Matuzungidi should not be one of them. He started his career as a Soukous music artist in 1971 in Zaire, now known as The Democratic Republic of Congo.
Baroness Amos told reporters at WEF-Africa that Britain would be contributing US$20 million (approx R140 million) over three years to the Africa Enterprise Development Fund, set up to encourage entrepreneurship on the continent.
African immigrants in the United States are generally more educated and earn larger salaries compared to people from other continents, but their success depends on what country they come from, according to a new report.
Nimco Ahmed has been recognized as a “Woman to Watch” by the Minnesota Women’s Political Caucus (MWPC). Ahmed’s work in the community has been no easy feat. She draws her strength from her family and friends.