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Africana

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Here at Africana.com we continue to strive for the same goals we've always had: to bring together authoritative information about the whole world of Africa and her Diaspora in as provocative and entertaining a way as we can. We bring you news and analysis, reviews and personal essays, from all around the world.
Africanlion

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Two Kenyans Titus Gitau and Stephen Njukia want to auction beans over the internet. They say they want to get higher prices for the best coffees and pass on bigger profits to farmers. They say "in America, you walk into Starbucks and pay $5 for a cup of coffee, at the same time the farmers in Africa are getting very little." The two say they will sell only the very best coffee through their INTERNET COMPANY. At a first Internet auction in April a Japanese buyer paid $453 (311) per 50 kilo bag of the best Kenyan Arabica coffee - $106 more per bag than the same lot fetched at a local auction a few weeks earlier. One container of coffee is worth $50,000.
AfricaOne

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Captain Joe Roy launched AfricaOne, a new African airline which aims to link countries across the continent with the rest of the world. AfricaOne is entirely owned by African entrepreneurs, with no government involvement. The company is based in Uganda and President Museveni travelled on board the inaugural flight on Monday. AfricaOne aims to operate throughout the continent and initially will serve Entebbe in Uganda, Lagos, Freetown in Sierra Leone and Banjul, in The Gambia. These cities will be linked to London Gatwick and Dubai. The airline will use DC-9s for African routes and DC10s to make bi-weekly trips from Entebbe to Lagos and then on to Dubai, and also plans to expand to Zambia and South Africa.
africapractice

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africapractice is a Public Affairs agency dedicated to working with governments, international organisations and businesses to communicate their commitment to African development. africapractice was established with the support of the Commonwealth Business Council, to provide communications expertise in support of NEPAD goals and objectives.
Africaservice

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Africaservice was established in Norway in 1997 and since then it has bee privately financed by its founder - Dele Olawole an Electronics engineer. It was not until year 2001 that a decision was taken to register Africaservice as an NGO in Norway. Africaservice beliefs in the vitality of prompt and precise information and will always strive to make such available in all fields of humanity.
Africare

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Africare helps Africa. Over the course of its 28 years, Africare has become a leader among private, charitable U.S. organizations assisting Africa and is the oldest and largest African-American organization in that field.
Africultures

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A well designed, very comprehensive and extensive French Internet-hub into Africa with many English pages. You'll find corners with: - news - art - cultures - AfroFrench event calendar and much more. Africultures opens an African world in France. The Africultures monthly journal aims to help give Africa's contemporary cultural forms exposure, recognition, and backing. The Africultures website provides a tool which is able to go beyond the circulation and space restrictions of the printed version:

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Afropop

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Afropop is a radio program, a web site, a searchable database, an international musical archive, a team of researchers, and a travel series to Africa and Latin America. In 1988, interest in international pop was at an all-time high and Afropop was launched by NPR as a weekly series. It was the first of its kind and, years later, the program has expanded its vision to include the music and cultures that encompass the entire African Diaspora. Now known as Afropop Worldwide (APWW), the program is still the standard for both the curious and the connoisseur.


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