Kenya, Brazil, Senegal, Three Stories On Sexuality Education, Fertility, Advertisement And A Revised Status Quo
This morning, on the Daily Nation, one of the Kenyan national newspapers, I was intriguingly reading and genuinely interested
50 Countries and Counting: A Naturalista's Travel Adventures in Glorious Africa, Part I--Kenya, Senegal and Cabo Verde!
Kenya So this concludes Part I. Stay Tuned for my next post, which will take us to South Africa and Egypt! You don't want
News that a madcap team of British adventurers have used snow kites to break the record for the fastest crossing of Greenland's ice cap reminds me of another record breaking journey by an even madder bunch of Antipodeans who use kite surfs to cross the Sahara.
"Music, like football, is in every Senegalese's heart" the legendary musician, Youssou N'Dour tells me, and in Dakar the air is indeed filled with music. Everywhere you go you hear snatches of the distinctive mbalax sound which fuses African and Cuban rhythms with rock, funk and reggae.
The campaign is only a few months old, but it is a work in progress and YZ is sure to discover more as she continues to research
For a long time now, the geographical breaking-up of francophone areas and the huge socio-economic disparities between their members have been considered insurmountable obstacles to developing long-lasting and competitive economic trade.
The youth of Senegal have been busting out beats since the '80s. Today, they're influencing the rest of the African continent. Hip hop here is more of a cultural movement covering the social and political life in Senegal (kind of the way New York originally intended it to be).
(Reuters) - Backstage at Dakar Fashion Week a group of young women squeeze into impossibly high heels while others sit still