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Swallehe Msuya was a senior staff writer at Mshale with extensive media experience in his native Tanzania. He was a general assignments writer. Investigative stories that Mshale undertook were normally his responsibility. Swallehe passed away in Sept. 2009 at the age of 61. Mshale will forever miss his tenacity and wisdom.

Scholars Urge Islam Teachers to Emulate Prophet

Scholars Urge Islam Teachers to Emulate Prophet

Teachers of Islam should refrain from actions that go against the teachings of Prophet Muhammad in order to keep the faith of their flock strong, Islamic scholars said at a…

How Will Africa Remember Tony Blair?

His full name is Anthony Charles Lynton Blair, popularly know as Tony Blair. The former British prime minister is handsome, youthful (born in 1953), charismatic and a skillful communicator.…

Africa Must Unite

The date 09/09/99 is a historic watershed for African politics.  It was on this date at the Mediterranean port of Sirte in Libya that the birth of a new baby,…

Wole Soyinka Celebrated at Theatrical Conference

Wole Soyinka Celebrated at Theatrical Conference

Wole Soyinka (73), Africa’s first Nobel Prize-winning poet, playwright and activist - and indeed Africa’s literary Ambassador, was the main speaker at the American Theatre Communications Group National Conference that…

World Refugee Day Highlights Successes and Challenges of New Americans

World Refugee Day Highlights Successes and Challenges of New Americans

Twin-Cities residents assembled at the Brian Coyle Center in South Minneapolis to observe World Refugee Day on June 20.…

African Non-Profits in Minnesota to Acculturize

African Non-Profits in Minnesota to Acculturize

African immigrants in Minnesota today comprise 25% of the black community in this state and should learn to understand the funding culture of philanthropic organizations in America if they are…

Pillars of Kwanzaa – The Springboard for Emancipation of Africans

Pillars of Kwanzaa – The Springboard for Emancipation of Africans

Aricans have been urged to come out of their ghetto mentality and embrace Nguzo Saba (the Seven Pillars of Kwanzaa) as a springboard to attain their full potential…

African Food Shelf Launched

African Food Shelf Launched

The Center for Victims of Torture in collaboration with other institutions and non-profits that provide for food shelves in Minnesota launched the first African Food Shelf in Minnesota at the…

Swahili Language Teaching Is Back at the University of Minnesota

Swahili Language Teaching Is Back at the University of Minnesota

The Department of African American and African Studies in collaboration with the Institute of Global Studies at the University of Minnesota will sponsor a one day Swahili Open Day on…

ELOM – A Unique School With African Vibrations

ELOM – A Unique School With African Vibrations

A unique charter school that will embrace African values and culture will be opened in Minnesota this Fall. According to Ghanian-born Comfort Lartey-Ofori, founder of ELOM International Academy, she…

Muslims in Minnesota celebrate Eid El Hajj

Muslims in Minnesota celebrate Eid El Hajj

Minnesotan Muslims joined their brothers in faith, estimated at 1.5 billion globally, in an annual ritual of sacrifice on Saturday December 30 as they celebrated Eid el Hajj, or…