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Afrimaxx, DW launches a weekly TV & VoD format that focuses on modern lifestyle for a young Pan-African target group.

DW partner and co-producer Arena Broadcast in South Africa has added Afrimaxx to its TV lineup on The Home Channel. Presented by South African host and actress Ayanda Thabethe, the TV magazine highlights innovation and inspiration from popular culture in different countries across the continent.  The show introduces up-and-coming artists and cultural figures from the design, music, architecture and gastronomy sectors.…

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Street talk.

VILAKAZI STREET – Johannesburg South Africa  Vilakazi is perhaps the most famous street in Soweto or all of Johannesburg. SOWETO is the most populous black urban residential area in the country, with a population of around a million people.  The Vilakazi Street precinct, which is about a kilometre long, was designed to conserve the historical importance of the area. Before its…

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New Study shows that South Africa’s brand is competitive & appealing to investors & tourists.

Findings from research conducted by Bloom Consulting show that South Africa is a competitive and attractive destination to do business, invest, and visit. These findings emerged from the Global Reputation Study, which aims to understand investor perceptions of South Africa as an investment destination and a country to do business with. In compiling the study, Bloom surveyed and rated the perceptions of…

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Maximize your 24 hours in LUSAKA.

The mention of Lusaka city quickly steers up memories of struggles for independence and generally early civilization and trade in the country. Today, Lusaka’s Cairo road remains a very popular road running from Lusaka to Johannesburg.  Lusaka, founded in 1913 is known mainly for being capital of Government and commerce in Zambia, with a population approximated at 3.3 million as…

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A RIDE NOT TO MISS IN NAIROBI.

Kenya’s capital Nairobi, a city that is rapidly growing in the Eastern Africa region, with a unique identity cemented in its public transport sector. With a population of slightly over 4 million people, movement from one part of Nairobi to another is facilitated by many buses popularly known as Matatus. Over time, the Matatu industry has evolved from a simple…

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