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 working in the U.S. and other foreign countries, far more than multinational corporations or western nations.
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 on Thursday December 8, in front of Village Market – a Somali mall located in south
. The victim died four days later of injuries sustained from the accident.
On December 23rd, patrons at Dashen Ethiopian restaurant enjoyed an energetic show of fashion, dance and poetry. It was a breath of fresh air to see various aspects of black culture portrayed all in the same event.
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 managed to get 19% of the votes cast. Naftali Makora trailed with a paltry 2%.
Nyango Melissa Nambangi, founder of the Minnesota African Women’s Association (MAWA) received the Women’s of Distinction award from
on December 8, 2005. She and two other women are the first to receive the recently established award.
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 peace in his country .