One of the first things people do when they use Google Street View is check out the place where they live.
So when Tawanda Kanhema moved to the United States in 2009, he looked up his hometown of Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital city, on the map of panoramic images. A self-described tech enthusiast now some 10,000 miles away from home, he was eager to see a virtual tour of the city.
Hundreds of revellers turned up for the annual worldwide Jack Daniel’s Birthday at Blackyz Lounge in Hurlingham in Nairobi on Friday night.
The event saw guests treated to some feel good music as they sampled their favorites Jack Daniel’s Whisky brands, ranging from Tennessee Honey Whiskey, Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7, Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Select, Jack Daniel’s Gentleman Jack and the new Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire.
During a recent visit to Ghana, Fayetteville Observer columnist, Myron Pitts observed the aggressive haggling style of Ghanaian street vendors. He also chronicled a lot of other interesting encounters while in in Accra.
U.S. Secretary for Health and Human Services Alex Azar has applauded Uganda’s efforts to control the spread of Ebola in east and central Africa; however, while the U.S. remains the primary funder of Uganda’s health care sector, the secretary did not shy away from asking the East African country to find funds to independently sustain its health care budget.
African Americans are being encouraged to visit Ghana to mark 400 years since the beginning of the transatlantic slave trade. In the capital, Accra, one returnee chef is awaiting U.S. visitors to give them a taste of home in the homeland.