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Daily Archives: June 16, 2016

African food: Trotters recipe

African food: Trotters recipe

Trotters (pigs or ox feet) are cooked in many countries, and are regarded as a universal dish. Its how they are prepared that varies from one culture to another. This Trotters rec ...

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5 cloud computing essentials you should know

5 cloud computing essentials you should know

Keith Mukwiri has more than 5 years’ experience in the IT sector, the majority of those years spent working within the financial services and health services space. The Digital He ...

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Why it is crucial to locate the ‘African’ in African Studies

Why it is crucial to locate the ‘African’ in African Studies

  Africans have always produced knowledge about Africa. Their contributions have in some cases been “preferably unheard”. In others they’ve been “deliberately silenced”. So w ...

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Soweto uprising: Four decades on, South Africa still struggles with violent policing

Soweto uprising: Four decades on, South Africa still struggles with violent policing

June days in South Africa can be dark, cold and short. The sun rises late and sets early. Highland frosts feel their way through blades of blemished veld; mists mask roads ahead a ...

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African proverb of the day 16/06/2016

African proverb of the day 16/06/2016

An old woman is always uneasy when dry bones are mentioned in a proverb. African proverb ...

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