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Developing the mobile ecosystem in Africa

There has been amazing growth in mobile internet access over the past few years and Africa is now primed to take advantage of the social and economic opportunities that mobile can bring to people across the continent.  652 more words


Peace Corps Northeast Celebrates International Education Week

In celebration of International Education Week, Peace Corps Northeast commends the educators who transcend borders – both personally and geographically – in devoting their lives to the shaping of minds. 482 more words

Peace Corps

Video: Appsafrica Award Winners 2015

Ten winners of the AppsAfrica.com Innovation Awards 2015 supported by Uber, Mobile Monday South Africa, Appsworld and Picup were announced and honoured at a Cape Town celebration of African mobile and tech ecosystem innovation on Monday 16th November 2015.
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South Africa's Namaqualand flowers

Yesterday I wrote about Jacaranda in South Africa, which I miss so much.

Today I will write about the flowers in Namaqualand. On the west coast of South Africa is an extremely dry barren stretch of the country. 376 more words

Southern Africa

I miss Jacaranda

One thing I do miss from South Africa is the flowers. The Namaqualand at flower time, Strelitzia, the Hibiscus, the Bougainvillaea, the Protea, and most of all the Jacaranda. 64 more words

Southern Africa

Angolan Dawn (an extract)

From Angolan Dawn (1994)



Available at Amazon (as e-book and paperback)

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We moved on southwards. In the back of the Landrover with me were Roderigo from Luengue and Josef from Cangamba. 4,831 more words

Books By Craig Lock