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African Women In Europe Book VOLUME 1

This very special book is a celebration of the empowered African woman living, working or running a business in Europe. It showcases the immerse togetherness and strength that African women in Europe share with Women in their homeland Africa.
It is written by African women (and men) who are making a difference in Diaspora and their home countries.

It covers the exchange of ideas, sharing experiences and empowering each other. It is the brainchild of the founder Joy Zenz, who founded the African Women in Europe in 2008.
Every year members meet in one of the cities in Europe. During the networking retreats, members get to learn from each other, ideas and celebrate achievements through the African Women in Europe Awards.

This book gives an opportunity to share these stories and teachings with the wider world.


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Paul Biya Wins Another Term, Where Next For Cameroon?

President Biya of Cameroon starts his seventh term; deaths in Madagascar's rat-infested jails; why Malawi has refused to erect a statue for Mahatma Ghandi

Cameroon: President Biya is re-elected with 71.3% of the vote

Mr Biya, at 85 Africa's oldest head of state, is re-elected in polls marred by low turnout and separatist violence. Nigeria imposes curfew in Kaduna after violence. Ethiopia signs peace deal with Ogaden separatist rebel group. Plus, we meet Malagasy musician and activist Razia Said.

South Africa to Discuss 'Right-To-Die' Bill

In South Africa a new Private Member's bill, proposed by the Congress of the People (COPE), is seeking to have living wills recognized which could alleviate suffering and allow patients to determine their own fate. A living will is a written expression of how a sick person would like to be treated when they can't speak for themselves + The Democratic Republic of Congo is soon to go to the polls amidst a worsening Ebola crisis and increased political instability. We get insights into the wider context on the matter through the words of civil society organisation Filimbi + Why are genetically modified mosquitoes being set free on a Burkinabe village?

Nigeria seeks death probe in Kenya

The authorities demand an investigation into the deaths of two Nigerian citizens in Kenya. Plus: Ethiopia's prime minister tells parliament how he got out of a sticky situation with soldiers recently. And: As the UN discusses virginity tests for girls, there's a call for practitioners to stop, from someone who's gone through it.

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Coconut Cassava (Muhongo wa Nazi)

Coconut Cassava is my favourite dish. I can eat it for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner, love it, love it!! Do you have your favourite dish? Tell us about it...but here is mine..


In the coast of Kenya, it is a popular dish and they call it in Muhongo wa…


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