Tapiwa Kingsley Ndlovu is the CEO of Kumba Africa, LLC
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Local entrepreneur seeks to impact African tourism

THE PHILADELPHIA TRIBUNE — A young entrepreneur is seeking to make inroads in Africa’s burgeoning travel industry. Tapiwa Kingsley Ndlovu is the co-founder and CEO of Kumba Africa, an online travel agency that offers travelers authentic experiences — tours and hikes with local guides, safaris, home stays — across the continent. […read more]

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Despite Ruling, Egypt Holds Off on Ending Curfew

MAGGIE MICHAEL SARAH EL DEEB CAIRO (AP) — A court declared that Egypt’s 3-month-old state of emergency expired Tuesday, two days earlier than expected, but the military and security officials held off from implementing the ruling and lifting a nighttime curfew, amid worries that the Read More

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Egypt Court Upholds Muslim Brotherhood Ban

by SARAH EL DEEB, Associated Press CAIRO (AP) — A court in Egypt upheld Wednesday an earlier ruling that banned the Muslim Brotherhood and ordered its assets confiscated, the state news agency reported. The decision moves forward the complicated process of the government taking control Read More

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Kerry’s Dangerous Message to Egypt’s Generals

[Bloomberg] Secretary of State John Kerry visited Cairo yesterday to reassure the men who led the coup against Egypt’s first democratically elected president that the U.S. is content with their progress toward restoring democracy. It was a confused and confusing message, to say the least. Kerry’s statement that Read More

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An Egypt Arrest, and a Brotherhood on the Run

[New York Times] CAIRO — Egypt’s authoritarian government has harassed and repressed the Muslim Brotherhood for most of its existence. But for the last three decades the authorities stopped short of touching the group’s revered leader, the supreme guide, who oversaw the country’s most effective Read More

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Global Survey: Majority Feel Corruption Has Worsened, Think Governments Can’t Fix It

[CBS News] A graphic from the global survey from Transparency International/TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL The protests that have raged globally in the past few months, from Turkey to Brazil, to the ongoing turmoil in Egypt, have appeared to share a common root: a widespread feeling of government Read More