March 21, 2011
Written by Rejoice Ndlovu
HARARE — The mission statement for Magamba reads: ‘Magamba is a network of cultural activists with rebel rhythm in our voices and a free Zimbabwe in our hearts’, and thanks to the events that they organise, the message of freedom is spreading.
Building an online constituency for democracy and development in Africa
TrustAfrica, a young foundation with an ambitious agenda, has embraced social media to forge links and foster dialogue across the continent and among the Diaspora. Along the way it has learned a bit about what these tools can and cannot achieve, but some answers are still proving elusive.
TrustAfrica commits to lead $2.7 million fund for research on business and investment in Africa
African initiative builds knowledge to fuel enterprise and drive pro-poor growth
NEW YORK, September 23, 2010—TrustAfrica’s commitment to strengthening private enterprise and fostering pro-poor growth throughout Africa was featured on stage today at the Clinton Global Initiative’s annual meeting. Over the next three years, TrustAfrica will provide $2.7 million for pioneering research on ways to stimulate the development of small and medium-sized enterprises and ensure that prosperity is broadly shared.