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    Blog posts of '2009' 'April'

    (0) Mothers Day in Ethiopia - A Fall Celebration!
    Mothers Day in Ethiopia Mothers Day is an extra special day in Ethiopia. In fact, Mothers day lasts for three days in Ethiopia. Not only is it a day to honor mothers, it also comes at the end of the rainy season which is something special of its own. Instead of celebrating Mothers day in May, in Ethiopia Mothers Day c...
    (0) Mother's Day in Africa
    An African Mother and Baby What's Mothers day like in Africa? With Mother's Day just around the corner, it's interesting to know. Maybe there's something we're missing here. How important is Mothers day in Africa. In many countries in Africa, Mother's Day is seen and celebrated the same as it is here in the US. There ar...
    (0) What's Your Web Site Budget?
    The great thing about the internet is that it's just as easy for a small business to put up a website as it is for a big company. The hard thing is that there is no way that a small retailer can have all the bells, whistles, and special features that the mass marketers can afford. If you're a smal...
    (0) Celebrating Freedom Day in South Africa - April 27th
    Freedom day in South Africa's celebrates the first non-racial democratic elections of 1994. Peace and unity are intended to mark this celebration. Everyone celebrates the improvements and how far the country has come in a long and troublesome history that is now looking up. The road to democracy a...
    (0) Africa Imports quote of the week
    Just as iron rusts from disuse, even so does inaction spoil the intellect. - Leonardo da Vinci...
    (0) Tanzania Union Day - April 26th
    April 26th is the 25th anniversary of the day that Zanzibar and Tanganyika unified to make Tanzania in 1964. The two parts of the union attained independence from Britain separately, the mainland in 1961 and Zanzibar in 1963. To help yourself remember Tanzania; and the struggle for freedom of othe...
    (0) African Living Bitters - What are They?

    Living bitters are made from aloe ferox and cassia sieberiana; aloe ferox is a bitter aloe that is famous for its cleansing properties and is also used for arthritis. Cassia sieberiana is an extract from the African laburnum tree. What do Living Bitters do? Together aloe ferox and cassia sieberiana ...

    (0) How important is self discipline to your business
    Self-respect is the fruit of discipline; and the sense of dignity grows with the ability to say no to oneself. - Abraham Joshua Heschel Don't you hate saying no to yourself. It's hard to do - even when you know that it's the best thing. You decide to get up early or to work late so that your bus...
    (0) African food and meal ideas
    African Proverb - A child who does not travel thinks his mother is the best cook. You can see more African proverbs here One way to experience African culture is with an African meal. Since you're going to eat anyway, trying African food is something you have time for. For most of us, trying new...
    (0) African American history courses for free
    I graduated cum non laude from a state university. So it was exciting to me to find out that MIT, Harvard, and some other major schools have a lot of their classroom lectures online. That's right. You don't need to be extra smart, well connected or rich to be a part of the classes in an Ivy Leagu...
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