“Millennials don’t want to work”, they said; “Millennials are lazy”, they said; yet significant social and economic changes in Africa will be and are being effected by Africa’s youth who have seen the gaps and the inabilities of their governments to provide for the people’s basic needs. Congolese born and South African raised sisters SophieContinue reading “The Sophie A Kanza Foundation at the Forefront OF Charity Work And Critical Youth Conversations.”
I am so happy to announce that a couple of awesome human beings and I have been selected as Tropics Voices Ambassadors by South African based media group called Tropics Media.We will be sharing our stories on http://www.tropics-magazine.com stay tuned and follow our articles on different topics.
Never in my life have I felt the fire that I have been feeling for this entire week. The students of South Africa have come together to fight escalating university fees. Man! What a time to be alive! I am so proud of the students of 2015 who have taken it upon themselves to tryContinue reading “#FeesMustFall Has Made Me All Sorts Of Proud”
Lisa Chiriseri is the founder of FACEZ which stands for “Fund A Child’s Education Zimbabwe” and FACEZ’s vision is to build a powerful local based education fund that assists marginalized and under privileged children attain a brighter future through access education and holistic support. Lisa also founded “Street Exit Strategies”a rehabilitation organisation working with people livingContinue reading “Africa Reign: Lisa Chiriseri”
Yemurai Nyoni is a 25-year-old Zimbabwean activist, who expects to influence global governance within the next 15 years through equipping young leaders and creating and supporting spaces for youth to exercise their leadership. As a leader in his country, he helped build and eventually led a national network of over 1200 young leaders working onContinue reading “Africa Reign: Yemurai Nyoni”