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    Blog posts of '2010' 'September'

    (0) Jennifer Finds a Home at Charité Orphanage
    At Africa Imports a percentage of every purchase made is used to support three orphanages in Congo and one home for street boys in Senegal. One of these orphanages is Charité Orphanage. Your purchases help to provide meals, beds, safe housing, medicine and education to these children. Here's the sto...
    (0) Happy Heritage Day to South Africa!

    September 24th marks the annual celebration of Heritage Day in South Africa. On this public holiday, South Africans from all backgrounds are encouraged to celebrate their cultural heritage and the diversity of their beliefs and traditions. The origins of Heritage Day come from Zulu history. The Zu...

    (0) NEW Product Spotlight! West African Shea Butter Soap
    [caption id="attachment_3593" align="alignnone" width="213" caption="West African Raw Shea Butter Soap"][/caption] Enjoy the all-natural cleansing of this raw shea butter soap! Hand-crafted in Africa, this soap can be used as a shampoo or a cleansing body soap. The shea butter helps to soften and s...
    (0) News From Mpila Orphanage in Congo
    [caption id="attachment_3589" align="alignnone" width="224" caption="Agée"][/caption] At Africa Imports, a percentage of every purchase is used to support several orphanages throughout Africa. One of these orphanages is the Mpila Orphanage in the Congo, where children can sleep and play in safety a...
    (0) Heal Your Senses With Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil

    This fall is the perfect time to discover how cinnamon leaf oil can warm and heal your spirit and senses. This luscious scent can be added to an oil burner and burned to purify the air and fill it with aroma. Pure cinnamon leaf essential oil is famous for being a physical and emotional stimulant, ...

    (0) Selling African Products - Simplified
    If you have or are looking to begin an African business, one of the questions you'll be asking yourself is which products to sell! The last thing you want to do is put out a lot of money for products people will pass up. For this reason we’ve made a page with our top 10 best-selling items. This page...
    (0) Little William Finds a Home At Charity Orphanage
    [caption id="attachment_3580" align="alignnone" width="225" caption="William"][/caption] At Africa Imports, a percentage of every purchase is used to support several orphanages throughout Africa. One of these orphanages is the Charity Orphanage in the Congo, where children can sleep and play in saf...
    (0) Warm Up the Fall With Liberian Black Eyed Pea Soup
    With autumn breezes around the corner we thought you might like a nice warm bowl of this delicious Liberian soup! What You Need: 1 cup dried black-eyed peas 2 garlic cloves -- peeled 6 cups water, divided 2 cups chopped onions 1 cup diced celery 2 tablespoons water 1 pinch cayenne -- more to taste...
    (0) Grace Finds a Home At Charity Orphanage
    [caption id="attachment_3575" align="alignnone" width="210" caption="Grace"][/caption] At Africa Imports, a percentage of every purchase is used to support several orphanages throughout Africa. One of these orphanages is the Charity Orphanage in the Congo, where children can sleep and play in safet...
    (0) Heal Your Senses with The Power of Patchouli
    [caption id="attachment_3571" align="alignnone" width="223" caption="One Pound of Patchouli"][/caption] Patchouli is one of the most famous herbs, widely known for its strong herbaceous scent that was often used as an aphrodisiac and was extremely popular during the '60's. Some of the different w...
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