Tapiwa Kingsley Ndlovu is the CEO of Kumba Africa, LLC
Business

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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Childhood Friends and Historic Noir Coffee Group owners Christopher Brown (l), Deron Moreman (c) and Ricardo Richardson (r) are interviewed by CBS 46's Trayce Hutchinson. (Photo Credit: Christopher Brown)
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Historic Noir Coffee Group: Three Men and a Dream

NNPA NEWSWIRE — Sixty-four percent of Americans have at least one cup of coffee a day. Of those surveyed (3000 people), 79 percent said they made coffee at home and 36 percent said they drink coffee at retail locations. According to Food & Wine, Americans spend more money on coffee each year than any other country. The average American spends $1,110 on coffee each year contributing to a $20 billion-dollar industry here in the states. […read more]

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Op-Ed

Africans Reunite in Italy

By Bill Fletcher, Jr. NNPA Columnist   It was an unusual setting in Italy, or at least so I thought.  My wife and I sat at a meeting there of the directorate (national leadership) of an immigrant association known as “Prendiamo La Parola.”  Looking around Read More

World

Ethiopia Diverts Nile River for Giant Dam, Raising Fears in Egypt, Sudan

Special to the NNPA from the Global Information Network May 28 (GIN) – Ethiopian government officials this week celebrated the diversion of the Blue Nile river for what they’ve dubbed the Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam which is expected to provide hydroelectricity for Ethiopia and neighboring Read More