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Art by Barry Gibb

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Barry Gibb, graduated from the Natal Technical College in 1960. Since then, he has lectured, headed an art center and is now a practicing artist and freelance art history lecturer. Ann   Barry Gibb – Girl     Barry Gibb- Women Read More »

The Mandela Connection

The village of Qunu, Nelson Mandela’s birthplace   Local residents in Qunu  The village of Qunu lies in South Africa’s Wild Coast region of the Eastern Cape, an area known for its untouched beauty, gently sloping green hills and unspoiled beaches. Qunu is also the home village of the much-loved and honored Nelson Mandela, South Africa’s first democratically elected president ... Read More »

How keralites landed in Umtata

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During the apartheid time there were home lands  like Transkei,Ciskei,venda,Boputhuswana within South Africa, just like how Lesotho is now. The then SA govt. rounded up all the indigenous people  and pushed them into a certain area and put borders around it and had border check posts and SA Embassy in each town . For some to go to Durban or ... Read More »

‘Against All Odds,We will Flourish’- Doing Business in Eastern cape

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Listen what successful businessmen, entrepreneurs and educators have to say about opportunities and challenges of doing business in Eastern Cape. How the region is coping despite various constraints of labour, skills, capital and regulations.  Listen Now Avijit is the Managing Director & CEO of  EverReady Pty Ltd . He is based in Port Elizabeth and has been living there for ... Read More »

Living in The Eastern Cape

Listen what Indian women, Teachers, and Businessmen have to say about life in Eastern Cape. Hear their experience on region’s culture, people, lifestyle, and safety.Group Discussions-Listen Now Julia moved to Eastern Cape in 2001 and have been living in East London. She is currently working as a Math Lecturer in BuffaloCity FET college. She actively contributes to the local Malayalee ... Read More »

Aunty Rao: Habit Wise

The stillness in the cloudy weather is indicating that it will start raining in a few moments. Standing in my balcony, I am enjoying the dark clouds when my thoughts are interrupted by a phone call. Hello Auntyʼ said Neha, ʻIts a beautiful weather, I am calling everyone to come to my apartment for a cup of tea and bhajias, ... Read More »

Editorial

It must have been somewhat less than a decade ago that I landed in Maputo airport sometime late morning . Curious eyes and all other senses in military attention position, I tried to gather the first impression of the country – Mozambique. Opulence of other busy airports elsewhere is absent, but the airport was working silently and almost smoothly. I ... Read More »

Mozambican Proverbs

You cannot dance well on only one leg. Witch doctors do not sell their potions to each other. Slander by the stream will be heard by the frogs. Once a man has been bitten by a lion, he buys a dog. On a dead tree there are no monkeys. Never marry a woman who has bigger feet than you. If ... Read More »

Run a Business in Africa

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Africa has a large sector for growth and development listen to what the I4A contributor’s had to say about this topic Listen now Kunal Vadgama was born in Kenya and relocated to Durban, South Africa, in 2004 to further her academic career. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Business Science majoring in Economics and Finance and thereafter read for her ... Read More »

Santos : Guitar Hero

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Far away from the modern world, in northern Mozambique, lies a vast expanse of land known as Niassa. It seems to stretch on forever under a broad African sky. Only one dirt road links it to the rest of the country. “It is a place the world forgot,” says FRONTLINE/World reporter Marjorie McAfee. But in a poor, remote village, she ... Read More »

I Want to be Somebody

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“I Want To Be Somebody!” — This remarkable anthology of children’s stories by famed Mozambican writer Paulina Chiziane chronicles the hopes, fears, and dreams of children living with HIV in Mozambique Read Now Read More »

The Beautiful Mozambique

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Listen as H.E. Mrs. Yamini Amrohi (wife H.E. Dr. A.K. Amrohi, Mozambique) shares her enriching experience of living in Mozambique as an Indian, citing her close association with the local society…Yamini Amrohi Listen Now Read More »

The Mozambique I never knew

Listen how Indian women from different backgrounds and places in India are living in Mozambique. Hear their personal experiences about the culture, values, food, lifestyle, climate, language and people…Life in Mozambique Listen Now Mahima Bhardwaj was born and brought up in India. She completed her Masters in Business Administration and worked for 4 years before deciding to take up the ... Read More »

H.E. Dr.A.K.Amrohi

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Listen as H.E. Dr.A.K.Amrohi (Indian High Commissioner, Mozambique) welcomes Indians and shares his experience of working in Mozambique; His views on business opportunities and the path ahead for Indians in Mozambique…Listen Now Read More »

Land of Opportunities

Mozambique a low profile country, better known as just Africa to outside world. Mozambique is name of just 1 nation among the 53 nations that AFRICA Continent has in total. Mozambique is approx One fourth the size of India however Mozambique’s population is less than 2 % of Indian Population. This country was ruled by Portugal upto 1975, hence Portuguese ... Read More »

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