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Dangers of Porn And Masturbation

Heart2Heart With Andy Kwakpovwe. #1. Do you know that almost 40 percent of people hooked to porn started experimenting with masturbation & sex via porn? Meaning, their 1st experience with intimacy began when they started watching porn. #2. Do you know that 50% of male & female students visits porn sites regularly. #3. Do you know that 53% of porn addicts developed a regular porn habit between the ages of 12 & 14? An alarming 16% said they started watching before they were 12. #4. 64% report that their tastes…

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18 Amazing Crowdsourcing Websites to Fund Your Ideas

Have you ever had a good social or business idea and couldn’t figure out how to fund it? In this post I’ll share 18 crowd sourcing websites that you can use to fund your great idea without jumping through hoops by using traditional tired ways of raising funds. Crowd sourcing or crowd funding is where people with ideas meet with potential backers who believe in your idea and are prepared to fund the project either for a reward, stake in the venture or just participation. #1. Kickstarter Kickstarter Described as the…

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Africa Education 

What is the Definition of Good Leadership in Africa

Africa as many of you will agree is a continent of milk and honey, yet the milk and honey doesn’t seem flow in her homes, streets, villages, towns and Cities. You ask me why? I can spew out a whole load of issues to why the good stuff is not following for everybody, thats a matter for another day, lets get to know each other. One thing stands out as we often philosophise, the lack of good leadership. I then ask myself, what is good leadership in Africa’s context? Its…

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Africa Economy 

Ghanaian Turns Bamboo Into Something Special and Starts an International Business

The Bamboo Bike In Ghana farmers consider bamboo a nuisance they would normally clear from their land. Not Kwabena Danso he thought bamboo was worth more than that, so he went to work. Danso decided to start Boomers international,  a company that makes bamboo bike frames. Once made, the frames are shipped to Germany, the Netherlands, Australia and elsewhere. There is not a lot of demand for the products within Ghana and he has sold a few frames in the country.  Man working on a frame The bamboo is prepared by local men who are involved in sanding, gluing…

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50 Most Populated Cities In Africa according to UN population statistics.

1. Lagos – Nigeria (21,029,000) lagos_nigeria tendencias21.net 2. Cairo – Egypt (7,764,700) cairo_egypt vacanteexterne.ro 3. Kinshasa – Congo Democratic Republic (6,301,100) kinshasa_Congo_Democratic_Republic skai.gr 4. Alexandria – Egypt (3,806,300) alexandria_egypt goldenpyramid.travel 5. Casablanca – Morocco (3,344,300) casablanca_morocco moroccotravel-tours.com 6. Abidjan – Cote D’Ivoire (3,310,500) abidjan_cote_d_ivoire pinterest.com 7. Kano – Nigeria (3,248,700) kano_nigeria aceleucakbileti.com 8. Ibadan – Nigeria (3,078,400) ibadan_nigeria skyscrapercity.com 9. Cape Town – South Africa (2,686,000) cape_town_south_africa gathua.wordpress.com 10. Addis Ababa – Ethiopia (2,638,500) skyscrapercity.com skyscrapercity.com 11. Giza – Egypt (2,541,000) giza_egypt commons.wikimedia.org 12. Nairobi – Kenya (2,510,800) nairobi_kenya kenya-safari-holidays.co.ke…

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Celebrity Interviews 

Hollywood Actresses Who Are Actually Africans

#1. Lupita Nyong’o Lupita Amondi Nyong’o is a Mexican-Kenyan actress and film director. She was born in Mexico, but was raised in Kenya. She attended college in the United States, graduating from Hampshire College with a bachelor’s degree in film and theater studies [Source: wikipedia]. Awards 2014 – Academy Award For Best Actress In a Supporting Role : 12 Years a Slave 2014 – Screen Actors Guild Award For Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role :  12 Years a Slave 2014 – Independent Spirit Award For Best Supporting Female : 12 Years…

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Africa Featured 

Africa in pictures: Places, Faces and Events

A selection of photographs from around the African continent. Happy viewing: Boys ride on donkeys near Maseru, the capital of Lesotho, on Sunday – the day after snap parliamentary elections were held in the southern African country. Women parade decorated camels during a campaign rally in Darfur on Wednesday for Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, who is running for another term in office in elections next month. A camel herdsman crosses a tributary of Lake Chad to the Chadian village of N’Gouboua where Nigerian refugees fled earlier this year from Boko…

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Featured General 

How did condoms become uncool again?

Casual sex is all the rage – but so is an increasing aversion to condoms. Have we really learned nothing? Getty Images Nobody knows exactly when or how it happened. But it became uncool to have condoms. After all the infomercials, all the statistics, all the work NGOs and other agencies put into getting people to use condoms in a country and continent that has been ravaged by HIV and AIDS, we’re back to square one. And oh, the excuses are all so convincing. “I’m allergic to latex.” “I can’t get it up when…

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Africa Celebrity Interviews Featured 

Female intuition: Spotting Moroccan music talent

Janatte Haddadi is one of very few women to work in the music business in Morocco. She manages one of Morocco’s biggest dance acts, DJ Van, as well as one of the most popular hip-hop duos in the country, Shayfeen. So how hard was it for her to succeed in the entertainment industry? As a manager, Haddadi works behind the scenes – but she says this gives her double the satisfaction. “You live it on both sides, with the crowd and with the artists,” she says. “It’s the nicest feeling…

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Africa Business Economy Social 

Hairdressing money spinner: Is the Hair Business More Lucrative than The Banking Industry?

A Nigerian banker turned hairstylist spotted a business opportunity in a busy Lagos mall: Bruno Oaikhinan decided to set up a hair salon in a Lagos mall after realising that no matter how the economy is faring, people are always prepared to spend money on their hair. Over the weekends it is packed with women, men and children being groomed. “Whether they are poor or they are rich, whether there is crisis – people want to look good,” Mr Oaikhinan told the BBC on a busy Sunday afternoon at the…

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