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In July of 2014 I made my first trip to Tanzania.

One day Ipyana asked me if I was a Dr. “No.” Then asked if I was ordained and a Rev. 76 more words


Postcard: In Timbavati There Were Always Buffalo

In Timbavati, buffalo were everywhere. Apparently the dense foliage is right up there alley even though there is a heavy mix of acacia with spiky thorns two inches longā€”perhaps they use them as toothpicks. 172 more words


Going Where the Money Isn't: Wi-Fi for South African Townships

Note from the author: For the past 10 years or so, I’ve been spending time informally in Africa, where I have a chance to visit with government officials, non-government organizations, and residents of towns, settlements and cities.

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To The Glory of The One Who Sent Me

What a long journey it takes to arrive at harvester Yei. It feel like it takes ages. Exhaustion of all sorts describes my feeling best. I am so blessed that my adjustment thus far has been way better than expected. 453 more words


Dark Faction Games

A South African indie game development studio with a passion for games. They develop games for Android devices. You can also check out their official… 132 more words


A crowd-funded project aims to use an iPhone-based malaria diagnosis kit to detect and treat the disease on theĀ Indonesian island of Bangka. The team believes that early detection and treatment can enable the complete eradication of the disease from the island, and pave the way for larger-scale roll-outs in Africa. 203 more words

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Dallas Texas: 158 years of Development

This write up on the City of Dallas is at the request of Ahmed Magem who specially asked the Oracle to write and explain why Dallas Texas will remain one of the best places to live in the United States of America not just socially but business wise too. 1,119 more words

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