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Jegnoch, African Women Attorney's Celebrating the success, discussing challenges in providing legal services to Africans...
03/11/2021

Jegnoch, African Women Attorney's Celebrating the success, discussing challenges in providing legal services to Africans in Africa and the US.

Yemi Getachew

Celebrating the Warrior Women in our lives who worked hard, every single day, to give us a chance to thrive! May this be...
03/08/2021

Celebrating the Warrior Women in our lives who worked hard, every single day, to give us a chance to thrive!

May this be a day of pause to appreciate your contribution.

#InternationalWomensDay #Media4Africa

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02/16/2021

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⭐“I’m just a boy from the village of Engqeleni with a dream that some day my brand will be recognized internationally as...
01/07/2021

⭐“I’m just a boy from the village of Engqeleni with a dream that some day my brand will be recognized internationally as one of the best luxury leather goods brand to come out of Africa…”
- Inga Gubeka

Inga Atelier is in a class and concept all its own. Launched in Johannesburg by Creative Director Inga Gubeka, the brand is the next level of cultivation, celebration of the diversity and range that resides within the continent of Africa. Now with an international following that continues to expand with each collection, Inga Atelier is dedicated to creativity and innovation for the upscale and fashionably forward.

Support INGA by shopping from their website and following their story! www.ingaatelier.com

#SourcingFromEthiopia #Ethiopia #SouthAfrica #Leather #HandMade #BrandAfrica #Media4Africa

Wishing you the best for 2021! Happy New Year #MediaAfrica #Media4Africa #BrandAfrica
01/01/2021

Wishing you the best for 2021! Happy New Year

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#BrandAfrica

🇿🇦South African start up #Lift Completes its First Flight🇿🇦LIFT Airline will begin with domestic flights across #SouthAf...
12/30/2020
South African start up Lift Completes its First Flight

🇿🇦South African start up #Lift Completes its First Flight

🇿🇦LIFT Airline will begin with domestic flights across #SouthAfrica.

🇿🇦The airline’s first flight took off at 06:40 local time from #CapeTown, spending over 90 minutes in the air before touching down in #Johannesburg at 08:16. The carrier flew with an #Airbus A320 aircraft (registration ZS-GAO). With its fleet of three A320s, LIFT flights are all-economy with 174 seats.

Around an hour after the first flight took off, LIFT operated another flight heading the other way. Another A320 (registration ZS-GAL) departed Johannesburg at 07:40 and arrived in Cape Town just under two hours later at 09:38. The airline debuted its livery on Wednesday after an online competition last month allowed customers to choose their favorite.

To read the rest of the article, visit our website by clicking on picture below!

Original Story: Luke Bodell
Picture Credit: Getty Images.

Original Story Published by: Luke Bodell, www.the-star.co.ke Photo Source: Getty Images (Above) LIFT Airline will begin with domestic flights across South Africa. The airline’s first flight took of…

Happy Holidays! 2020 was a challenging year for most of our world! But we are resilient & hopeful & focused to make 2021...
12/24/2020

Happy Holidays!

2020 was a challenging year for most of our world! But we are resilient & hopeful & focused to make 2021 a better year!

From our family to yours, we wish you the very best as celebrate Christmas and walk into 2021 with our head held up high!

With Love, from the entire Media Africa Global Team!

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#BrandAfrica

Learn from the best! Ever felt that you need to start writing and don't know where to start!Sign up today and register f...
12/17/2020

Learn from the best! Ever felt that you need to start writing and don't know where to start!

Sign up today and register for a chance to win a free book!

Hannah Mariam Meherete Selassie Dereje, Adjunct Professor and an expert in the communications industry is offering a writing class!

To sign up >> https://bit.ly/3a5oT96

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🍁Media Africa would like to present South African vocalist Nomcebo Zikode, a singer and songwriter. She is known for her...
10/13/2020

🍁Media Africa would like to present South African vocalist Nomcebo Zikode, a singer and songwriter. She is known for her collaboration with DJ Ganyani on her hit single "Emazulwini" and globally for her and Master KG's hit Gospel Single "Jersusalema"

Born in 1994 in Hammarsdale, KwaZulu-Natal, she worked mostly as a back up singer for other South Africa artists like Deborah Fraser Zahara, Lundi Tyamara and Nhlanhla Nciza for more than 15 years. She was also signed under Ganyani Entertainment, where she provided covals for songs like "Emazulwini" which received a nomination for the Record of the Year at the South African Music Award.

Her style is Gospel-House.

She gained worldwide popularity after working with DJ Master KG on his 2020 hit single "Jerusalema" for which she provided vocals. She has met Master KG after falling out with Ganyani Entertainment . After the success of "Jerusalema" she released her debut album, Xola Moya Wam. On the album, she features Master KG on the title track, Bongo Beats on two tracks and Makhadzi on another track.

Media Africa’s focus on South Africa series presents *Phuthi Mahanyele-Dabegnwa*, the CEO of Naspers, a funding initiati...
10/03/2020

Media Africa’s focus on South Africa series presents *Phuthi Mahanyele-Dabegnwa*, the CEO of Naspers, a funding initiative based in South Africa. Reporting directly to Bob van Dijk, Group CEO of Naspers, Phuthi is based in Johannesburg where she leads the group’s day-to-day business in South Africa and represent its interests in-country. She is also responsible for Naspers’ recently announced units, Naspers Foundry and Naspers Labs, which are designed to help stimulate the South African tech sector and tackle youth unemployment, respectively.

Naspers is one of the foremost investors in the South African technology sector and is committed to building its existing internet and ecommerce companies in the country, as well as stimulating the local tech start-up sector through the Naspers Foundry. This is a R1.4 billion investment commitment targeting technology start-ups in South Africa that seek to address big societal needs.

Phuthi joined Naspers as CEO, South Africa in July 2019. Prior to joining Naspers, she was the co-founder and Executive Chairperson of Sigma Capital. Before Sigma Capital she held the position of CEO at Shanduka Group, an investment holding company which she joined in 2004 and left in 2015. Prior to that, she was the Head of the Project Finance South Africa business unit at the Development Bank of Southern Africa. Phuthi began her career at Fieldstone in New York in 1993, eventually leaving the business as Vice President. Phuthi holds a BA Economics from Rutgers University, USA, and an MBA from De Montfort University in Leicester, UK. She also completed the Kennedy School of Government Executive Education programme ‘Global Leadership and Public Policy for the 21st Century’ at Harvard University in 2008.

#BrandAfrica #Africa Naspers #Funding #Investment #Incubation #Media4Africa #InvestinAfrica #RebirthofAfrica #HelpingAfrica #AfricaRising #PostCovid

With the onset of COVID, South Africa's Economy has been affected tremendously. In the coming weeks, Media Africa will b...
09/20/2020

With the onset of COVID, South Africa's Economy has been affected tremendously. In the coming weeks, Media Africa will be focusing on the South African economy and highlight their achievements, business opportunities, tourism, economic stimulus via government and FDI and other pertinent data in order to keep the discussion at the forefront and so that Africans in the Diaspora can lock hands and see how we can help South Africa.

Together, nothing is impossible
Africa must rise

#BrandAfrica #Media4Africa #SouthAfrica #TellOurStory #SouthAfricaGovernment #Tourism #Capetown #Johannesburg #Pretoria #NelsonMandela #Springboks #WineCountry #CapeofGoodHope

Media Africa is highlighting Irene Charnley,  a social entrepreneur and widely respected telecoms visionary who was inst...
09/20/2020

Media Africa is highlighting Irene Charnley, a social entrepreneur and widely respected telecoms visionary who was instrumental in transforming MTN into one of the most respected telecommunications operators in the EMEA region. She brings a wealth of strategic, business development and operational experience in the telecommunications arena from her top executive positions held within the MTN Group. She was instrumental in the full listing of MTN Holdings through M-Cell Limited and played a leading role in its transformation into one of the pre-eminent black-empowered companies on the JSE. Prior to MTN, Irene was an Executive Director of the industrial conglomerate, Johnnic Holdings.

Ms. Charnley is a South Africa resident.

*Bio from the Smile Telecom Website.

#Media4Africa #

⭐One of the world’s leading marketing executives joins Amazon. ⭐As an award-winning marketer, Ukonwa Ojo has a two-decad...
09/16/2020

⭐One of the world’s leading marketing executives joins Amazon.

⭐As an award-winning marketer, Ukonwa Ojo has a two-decade track record as a builder of top global brands. Her wide-ranging experience will help Amazon connect customers to the Prime Video brand and market our content in innovative ways to develop an even stronger emotional connection with our audiences. Ojo will report to Mike Hopkins, SVP of Prime Video and Amazon Studios.

⭐ comes to Amazon from M∙A∙C Cosmetics, where she served as CMO, responsible for championing M∙A∙C’s brand positioning and increasing its presence and appeal to a global consumer in growing markets around the world. She helped drive customer engagement strategies and delivered breakthrough product innovation in order to maximize consumer connection to the iconic brand.

⭐Before joining M∙A∙C, she was CMO, consumer beauty at Coty, where she oversaw brand development strategy, advertising, innovation, social/digital, and other areas including collaboration with some of the biggest names in the entertainment business. She also held brand and general management roles at Unilever, Reckitt Benckiser PLC, and General Mills Corporation.

⭐Over the course of her career, Ojo has been recognized with over 50 awards and honors for driving outstanding market-leading results and delivering creative campaigns and innovations that motivate people to act. Her recognition includes Business Insider’s Most Innovative CMOs, AdAge 50 and A List, Adweek 50, WWD Brand Builder of the Year, WFA Global Marketer of the Year List, Financial Times Upstanding 100 and Black Enterprise’s 25 Women Changing the World. She is also a member of the 2020 Class of Henry Crown Fellows within the Aspen Global Leadership Network at the Aspen Institute.

#BrandAfrica #Nigeria #Amazon #PrimeVideo #Nigeria #Africa #Media4Africa

Meet Angela Ndambuki! Angela spearheads the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) in sub-Saharan ...
08/24/2020

Meet Angela Ndambuki! Angela spearheads the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) in sub-Saharan Africa. She works closely with her team in Nairobi, Kenya, to champion issues affecting the local recording industry and to support the development of the music market in the 46 countries she is responsible for.

Ndambuki has extensive experience in leadership and strategic decision making. She holds a master's degree in intellectual property law from the University of Edinburgh, and is an expert at the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) Academy. In 2018, she was recognised as one of the 100 Most Reputable Africans by Reputation Poll, for her various roles in advancing corporate governance, and intellectual and human rights interests.

#AngelaNdambuki #Africa #BrandingAfrica #Music #Media4Africa #Phonogrpahic #SubSahara #Kenya #Nairobi, IFPI

Meet M. Esther Dassanou, who is driving the promotion of gender-inclusive financing on the continent, as coordinator of ...
08/06/2020

Meet M. Esther Dassanou, who is driving the promotion of gender-inclusive financing on the continent, as coordinator of the African Development Bank’s Affirmative Finance Action for Women in Africa programme. Marieme shares how the Bank plans to bridge the $42 billion financing gap faced by women-empowered businesses.

#AfricanDevelopmentBank
#Africa
#GenderEquality
#AfricaRising
#enterpenuers
#media4africa

🇪🇹Media Africa is pleased to feature Hannah Mariam Meherete-Selassie! Hannah is the great-grand daughter of Emperor Hail...
05/16/2020

🇪🇹Media Africa is pleased to feature Hannah Mariam Meherete-Selassie! Hannah is the great-grand daughter of Emperor Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia. She shares her insights about life in a privileged family and the advent of a bloody uprising in 1974 that abruptly ends a three thousand year old royal dynasty that traces its lineage to the legendary King Solomon and Queen of Sheba. She fled to the United Kingdom and while at school learns that her mother, and close family are thrown into a rotting ail and that he great grand-father is brutally murdered.

After the military juanta unleashed a wave of atrocities during the "Red Terror" which purged all political opponents, Hannah Mariam finally abandons hope of seeing her mother and returning home. She crisscrosses three continents to overcome hardship before establishing a new start in the United States. Her life story is a testimony to her inner strength, resilient character and personality.

Her professional career as a public speaker, professor of communications, marketing consultant and coach enriches her teaching in and outside of the classroom. She derives inspirations from her hobbies of abstract drawing and painting. She uses the memoir genre to increase awareness of self and others. She calls for a new understanding of truth, justice , peace and reconciliation between diverse communities divided on ethnics and racial lines.

Hannah's new book is now available at Amazon ▶️http://ow.ly/12gn50zHT5R



#Ethiopia
#Media4Africa
#BrandAfrica
#Literature
#History
#EthiopiaHistory
#Abyssinia
#HaileSelassie

🇪🇹Media Africa is pleased to feature Hannah Mariam Meherete-Selassie! Hannah is the great-grand daughter of Emperor Hail...
05/16/2020

🇪🇹Media Africa is pleased to feature Hannah Mariam Meherete-Selassie! Hannah is the great-grand daughter of Emperor Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia. She shares her insights about life in a privileged family and the advent of a bloody uprising in 1974 that abruptly ends a three thousand year old royal dynasty that traces its lineage to the legendary King Solomon and Queen of Sheba. She fled to the United Kingdom and while at school learns that her mother, and close family are thrown into a rotting ail and that he great grand-father is brutally murdered.

After the military juanta unleashed a wave of atrocities during the "Red Terror" which purged all political opponents, Hannah Mariam finally abandons hope of seeing her mother and returning home. She crisscrosses three continents to overcome hardship before establishing a new start in the United States. Her life story is a testimony to her inner strength, resilient character and personality.

Her professional career as a public speaker, professor of communications, marketing consultant and coach enriches her teaching in and outside of the classroom. She derives inspirations from her hobbies of abstract drawing and painting. She uses the memoir genre to increase awareness of self and others. She calls for a new understanding of truth, justice , peace and reconciliation between diverse communities divided on ethnics and racial lines.

Hannah's book titled “It was only yesterday” is now available at Amazon ▶️http://ow.ly/12gn50zHT5R



#Ethiopia
#Media4Africa
#BrandAfrica
#Literature
#History
#EthiopiaHistory
#Abyssinia
#haileselassie

🌍Dr John Nkengasong was appointed first Director of Africa CDC in November 2016 to provide strategic direction and posit...
05/12/2020

🌍Dr John Nkengasong was appointed first Director of Africa CDC in November 2016 to provide strategic direction and position it as an African-owned institution supporting countries to improve surveillance, preparedness, response and prevention of disease threats.

🌍He is a leading virologist with nearly 30 years of work experience in public health. Prior to his appointment with Africa CDC, he was Associate Director of Laboratory Science and Chief of the International Laboratory Branch at the Division of Global HIV/AIDS, Center for Global Health at the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Earlier in his career (1993 to 1995), Dr Nkengasong worked for the WHO as Chief of Virology at the Collaborating Centre on HIV Diagnostics at the Department of Microbiology, Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp, Belgium and later joined US CDC in 1995 as Chief of the Virology Laboratory in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire. Dr Nkengasong has over 120 publications focusing particularly on HIV diagnosis, pathogenesis and drug resistance in internationally revered journals such as The Lancet, Journal of Virology, Journal of Infectious Diseases, and Journal of Clinical Microbiology. He has written multiple book chapters on HIV therapy in resource-constrained settings.

🌍He led the processes leading to the establishment of the African Society for Laboratory Medicine.

🌍Dr Nkengasong holds a master’s degree in tropical biomedical science from the Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp, Belgium, a master’s degree in medical and pharmaceutical sciences and a doctorate degree in medical sciences (virology) from the University of Brussels School of Medicine, Belgium. He also holds a certificate in management and leadership from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

#Media4Africa #BrandAfrica #AfricanUnion #KnowYourContinent #COVID19 #Coronavirus #Virologist #CDCAfrica #AfricaCDC #ContactTracing #StayHome #StaySafe #SocialDistancing

As we battle COVID, there are some healthcare warriors out there who are doing their best in leading the effort to prote...
05/11/2020

As we battle COVID, there are some healthcare warriors out there who are doing their best in leading the effort to protect the population.

Today we want to feature Dr. Lia Tadesse, The Minister of Health in Ethiopia. She literally took hold of the helms of the Ministry of Health as the Coronavirus Pandemic gripped the nation of Ethiopia. Read about Dr Lia.

Prior to being appointed as the Minister of Health in Ethiopia, Dr. Lia Tadesse was the CEO and Vice Provost at St. Paul's Hospital Millennium Medical College in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Picked by Dr Tedros Adhanom, WHO Director General after presenting a paper, he offered her the position of the CEO at St Paul Hospital. From there, her career took off.

Born in 1976 in Addis Ababa to an entomologist father and a mother in education. She attended Etege Menen Secondary School where she was enrolled in a special high achievers class, excelling as one of the top students.

After her CEO stint in Ethiopia, Dr Lia was selected to lead the Global Health Center for women's health at University of Michigan Center for Reproductive Health.

Currently, Dr Lia is the face of COVID 19 by giving daily updates, giving the country comfort that there is a systematic effort to combat this virus and by putting an all out effort to ready the country to handle this outbreak.

Here is a short video about her achievements prepared by AWIB, when she was selected as the recipient of a Excellence Award. http://ow.ly/s42g50zDalB

#Media4Africa #DrLiaTadesse #Coronavirus #COVID19 #Ethiopia #AddisAbaba #MinistryofHealth #Healthcare #Ventilator #PPE #Mask #MaskMaking #CDC #CDCAfrica #AddisAbaba #BrandAfrica #Sanitizer #EthiopianAirlines #Diaspora

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All those South Africans in other African countries should be an example to the natives in SA. Expell all their companies n torch them alive. people hustle to feed their families. if they are lazy, its not our fault. One Africa. #TorchThem #learnthehardway #OneAfrica
Youth unemployment has been the greatest issue in the past years but still there are more job opportunities in the media which can employ almost 100 youths or more.why am I saying this?you as the Kenya's biggest channel can bring up a free channel that will reveal some of the wonders here in kenya •TOURISM-this is one of the things we as Kenyans are proud to have as our top source of income.this channel will be able to explore some of the wonders that we haven't discovered and will bring a huge attention to our visitors around the globe such as hidden wildlifes,mountains abandoned beaches also it will help create an historic experience to our visitors and many more. •CULTURE-we are surrounded with amazing cultures all over the country but technology and our day to day lifestyle is making us forget where we came from.we are more focust in the digital songs,looks etc forgetting the old culture that used to bring attention all over..i belive this channel (KENYA SAFARI CHANNEL OR KENYA SAFARI TOUR)will bring all this back to life if you as the MEDIA AFRICA look foward to this thought..its a channel that will be linked with your channel to capture all this.speaking on behalf of Kenyan youths you can make this happen
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All the Luo people in the world and not forgetting the rest of people Luo has lived with in this world for years, centuries and millennium, may God the Almighty father continue to guard us and make us live in harmony and love so that we can make the world a better place to live in. As Luo people we have contributed greatly to the world. We have produced some great people along the way. Great leaders and talents in all walks of life. I can mention former US president Barack Obama, my former president Dr. Milton Obote who fought and spearheaded Ugandans independence and many other great Luo people. Dr. Milton Obote left somethings that will not be forgotten though he made mistakes too. One thing I will mention are the hospitals he built all around the country. The only thing the hospitals need are medical equipments, medicine, medical personnel and maintenance. Lou people, let's be in unity with ourselves and the world. I feel sad personally about some bad statement made by some people that "l have put grasshoppers in the bottle and they are biting each other". The continent we are in is rich and beautiful to make us all live a better life. Let us see and God to give us wisdom to avoid biting ourselves. Lou will produce very great people and leaders. Leaders, who I pray should be leaders who will unite people, love and fear God. May we make Africa great, with hard work, invest in knowledge and wealth creation, development oriented programs. God bless Africa, and everyone in it
Whither the socialist spirit of the early church? By Okechukwu Keshi Ukegbu The early church was a perfect socialist setting. This was strongly exemplified in Acts 4:32-35 thus:" And the multitude of them that believed were of one heart and of one soul: neither said any of them that ought of the which he possessed was his own; but they had all things common. And with great power gave the apostles witness of the resurrection of of the Lord Jesus: and great grace was upon them all. Neither was there any among them that lacked :for as many as were possessors of lands or houses sold them, and brought the prices of the things that were sold, and led them down at the apostles' feet: and distribution was made unto every man according as he had need ". The question that agitates the minds is:" why has the spirit with which the early church operated, and that added members to them massively left the present church. Our present christian denominations have turned to centres of massive extortions with the leaders of the churches driving in choice cars and adorning designer's clothes at the expense of poor members whose contributions are pooled to provide these luxuries but walk the streets in near rags. The "dog eat dog system" in which the phisophy of capitalism is anchored has found its fullest expression in the church, especially in Nigeria. Poor members contribute for projects such as building institutions of learning for the church but could not afford to send their wards to those institutions because their fees are at the high heavens and out of the reach of the poor members. No wonder the rush to be ministers of God. Every Dick and Tom and now called, negating the call for the five-fold ministries captured in Ephesians. The five-fold ministries are now refuge for those who have tried their hands in numerous ventures but have been haunted unabatedly by failure. There is strong emphasis on the prophetic ministry because that is where the action is.These commercial ministers would be quick to condemn "Simon the Sorcerer" but their activities are more dangerous than that of Simon. They have thrown away the biblical injunction that God's gift is neither bought or sold. If they doubt this, the following scripture presents a sound warning for them and those who patronise them:"Now for some time a man named Simon had practiced sorcery in the city and amazed all the people of Samaria. He boasted that he was someone great, and all the people, both high and low, gave him their attention and exclaimed, “This man is rightly called the Great Power of God.” They followed him because he had amazed them for a long time with his sorcery. But when they believed Philip as he proclaimed the good news of the kingdom of God and the name of Jesus Christ, they were baptized, both men and women. Simon himself believed and was baptized. And he followed Philip everywhere, astonished by the great signs and miracles he saw. When the apostles in Jerusalem heard that Samaria had accepted the word of God, they sent Peter and John to Samaria. When they arrived, they prayed for the new believers there that they might receive the Holy Spirit, because the Holy Spirit had not yet come on any of them; they had simply been baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus. Then Peter and John placed their hands on them, and they received the Holy Spirit.When Simon saw that the Spirit was given at the laying on of the apostles’ hands, he offered them money 19 and said, “Give me also this ability so that everyone on whom I lay my hands may receive the Holy Spirit.” Peter answered: “May your money perish with you, because you thought you could buy the gift of God with money! You have no part or share in this ministry, because your heart is not right before God. Repent of this wickedness and pray to the Lord in the hope that he may forgive you for having such a thought in your heart. For I see that you are full of bitterness and captive to sin .”-Acts 8:9-23. Until the modern church refrains from these excessive capitalist tendencies and cater for the needs of the vulnerable among them, as admonished in James 1:27 :“Religion that is pure and undefiled before God, the Father, is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unstained from the world,” the world will continue to be in disarray. The church has an onerous responsibility to provide an alternative in a decayed world.
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... እውነታም ... ውሸታም ውሸታም እያሉ እውነትዎን ቢያጣጥሉ እውነታም ሊያደርጓቸው ውሸታም ሆኑላቸው። (ደንበል ታደሰ)