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Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma: Africa’s Newest Woman on Top

Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma: Africa’s Newest Woman on Top

| September 10, 2012 | 2 Comments

It’s indeed the century of the rise in leadership for African women! In January 2006, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf became the first woman to become African president (Liberia). The name Ngozi Nweala-Okonjo, the renowned Nigerian economist, garners respect among both men and women. And not too long ago, Joyce Banda made news when she became the second African woman to […]

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The Evolution and Future of the African Print

The Evolution and Future of the African Print

| September 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

If you are of West African heritage, there is no doubt that you have an item of wax print specially tailored and sewn hanging in your wardrobe. In Ghana the traditional outfit is known as “kaba and slit” (top and long skirt) and depending on the type of print, is worn typically to special events, […]

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There is Always Light at the End of the Tunnel

There is Always Light at the End of the Tunnel

| September 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

Imagine you lose your very first job right out of college. It wouldn’t be such a bad situation if you had not colored your dreams of career success so bright, and predicted it would happen overnight, right? Wrong. We all have the right to dream big. And when those dreams don’t materialize the way we […]

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The Science of Style by Kilse Fashion

The Science of Style by Kilse Fashion

| September 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

Fashion design is about innovation, and various flows of creativity.  An industry that formerly sought influence from within its countries borders, now has grown into a global market. With the help of technology, the international fashion world is at your fingertips. This allows style seekers the opportunity to explore, connect, and shop at sites of creative […]

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Miss Sierra Leone USA: Meet Ruby B. Johnson-Kamara

Miss Sierra Leone USA: Meet Ruby B. Johnson-Kamara

| August 7, 2012 | 1 Comment

When I first met Ruby B. Johnson-Kamara in December 2011, it was to talk about her role as the founder and CEO of When You Believe Foundation. Little did either of us know that less than a year later the two of us would sit down again, in the same café, for another chat; only […]

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Bibi Invitations: Meet the Brains Behind these Classy and Elegant African Wedding Invitations

Bibi Invitations: Meet the Brains Behind these Classy and Elegant African Wedding Invitations

| August 4, 2012 | 2 Comments

One look at their vibrant wedding invitation cards and you’ll wish you could do it all over again. No, not the marriage; the wedding.  And for those who are yet to begin planning their BIG days, you’ll want to place an order of your very own Bibi Invitations anyway. Yes, they’re that gorgeous! Bibi Invitations […]

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Remain Humble, Or Get Checked

Remain Humble, Or Get Checked

| August 3, 2012 | 0 Comments

There’s a lot to be said about remaining humble the higher your star rises. Watch the video below then read on.      Here are my three tips for keeping it humble: Don’t get so wrapped up in your own media & hype that you forget who you are. It’s tempting to want to pat […]

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By All Means Grow, But Remain Humble

By All Means Grow, But Remain Humble

| August 3, 2012 | 0 Comments

Success is a great thing! It brings out the best in all of us, and along with it comes a sense of pride and personal accomplishment. By all means, bask in it. But how do you allow yourself to grow and stay focused, while remaining humble? This can be a challenge for some because the […]

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Shattering the Myth of Stock Market “Recovery”

Shattering the Myth of Stock Market “Recovery”

From time to time, when investors whose nest eggs are invested in the stock market experience decreases in the value of their portfolios – by virtue of market drops -, many in the financial industry invoke the myth that investors needn’t fret because the market (and their investment portfolios) will recover from those “temporary” dips. […]

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FACT: There’s ABSOLUTELY NOTHING Wrong With the Stock Market

FACT: There’s ABSOLUTELY NOTHING Wrong With the Stock Market

Maybe this doesn’t apply to you, but it is an understatement to say that most retirement investors are worried – and nervous – because they just don’t know if the stock market is going or coming! If this generally describes you, know that I’d feel exactly the same way too (if not worse), if I […]

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