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A football championship, a sign of living together in the 3rd district of Bangui – African Daily Voice


FC Bibale and Islamic National Km5 competing on the Sagbado field. Photo: Fridolin Ngoulou / ADV

NEWSROOM (ADV) – The football championship resumed on Sagbado’s ground in the 3rd district of Bangui, after nearly 5 years of suspension following the violence in this sector of km5, considered as the red zone of the capital. A relief for the inhabitants of this area.

“Young people decided to make peace through football. They got up to clean the ground to resume life before the crisis, “said Ouanzi Kevin, secretary general of this sub-league.

The inhabitants of Makambo neighborhoods, Km5, Gbatouri, Kina, Cadastre and Cattin, have taken the atmosphere after several years of violence in this sector. Sports activity has been a determining factor in reliving it together after the tearing of…

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Living Black History – Schedule of Broadcast Specials 2019



From the first African Americans to pioneer the Civil Rights Movement, to our first African American President, The Dream Began Here explores the …
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Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas are living it up on their Caribbean honeymoon. Watch video


After ringing in the New Year in Switzerland, Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas are now in Caribbean for their honeymoon.

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas are in Caribbean for their honeymoon.

Party is still on for newlyweds Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas. After tying the knot in a dreamy wedding at Umaid Bhawan in Jodhpur in December 2018, the couple took off to Switzerland to ring the new year with their families. And now the newlyweds have extended their honeymoon. After soaking in the beauty of Alps, Priyanka and Nick are now in Caribbean for a romantic getaway.

Two days after the pictures of them landing in Caribbean went viral, Nick Jonas has now given a sneak-peek into their beach-y vacation.

The singer posted a video of Priyanka swinging on a rope on the sandy white beach.

According to a…

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Nova Scotia Youth Orchestra celebrates African Heritage Month | Living


The Nova Scotia Youth Orchestra celebrates African Heritage Month with a free afternoon concert on Sunday, Feb. 17 at Nelson Whynder Elementary School in North Preston at 2 p.m.

Conducted by Daniel Bartholomew-Poyser, with violinist Alison Enriquez, the concert titled NYSO: Black Is Beautiful will span centuries from African folk through gospel, jazz, funk and hip hop. Music by performers like Miles Davis, Stevie Wonder, Bob Marley and Whitney Houston will be featured in this musical saga of struggle and celebration.

Admission is free. Visit symphonynovascotia.ca.


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AC historian's Happy Place is his living room, looking at art that is personal to him



ATLANTIC CITY — Ralph E. Hunter Sr. spends his hectic days dealing with people and making sure the African American Heritage Museum of …
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OYATERU: What to call Africans living in Kenya


By BABATUNDE OYATERU
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What do Nigerians call themselves after having lived in Kenya for five years?

Nothing. Well, at least, so you think until you find that you are no longer skipping the chapati tray on the buffet line; and you may even be looking forward to it. Or you realise that the nyama choma that you swore would never taste as good as your suya is starting to grow on you.

Or it dawns on you that you are using “by the way” a lot more than you used to, or singing full-throated the lyrics of Sauti Sol’s Kuliko Jana, even though you have no idea what they are saying. You eventually give up when you start referring to anything ambiguous or arbitrary as “nini”.

So, let us try once again: What do you call a Nigerian living in Kenya after five years? Simple; you call…

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