20 September 2008
Neville Adomi(photo) is one of the most successful and most respected African-Canadian business personalities in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. In this interview with Afri-Can magazine, he talks about his real estate business and offers extremely valuable advice to African-Canadians interested in real estate. His advice can also be relevant for Africans living in other parts of the Western world.
Afri-Can Magazine: Who is Neville Adomi? Please tell us a bit about yourself.
3 September 2008
About 110 golfers were at Pitt Meadows Golf and Country club, British Columbia, Canada, on Monday August 25th 2008 to play in a tournament to support FACE- the foundation for African Children’s Education.
FACE is a local charity that sponsors children in primary schools in rural Africa that could otherwise not be able to afford going to school.
Speaking at the dinner banquet after the game, Mr George Piprah one of the founders of the Charity , and also the Honorary Consul (...)
20 August 2008
Bonsor Recreation Centre in the cool Vancouver suburb of Burnaby is the venue for one of this year’s greatest musical jamborees featuring some of the best DJ’s in the business.
Dubbed "African and Caribbean Summer Wrap-Up Bash" and slated for Saturday August 30th, this show promises to rock lovers of African vibes, reggae, soukous, hip-hop and more while rotating DJs spin and rap and melt the hours away with super sounds. Kick-off time is 8:00 pm.
On the list are DJ (...)
by - 17 August 2008
James Atebe was born in Kenya and came to Canada more than 30 years ago at the age of 19 with 10 dollars in his pocket. Today, he is the mayor of Mission district, a suburb a few miles from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
James was the guest speaker Saturday August 16, at the opening ceremony of the 7th annual Afrikadey festival in Burnaby. The theme for this year’s festival is "African/Black Contributions to BC: Past, Present and Future." The theme, according to the organizers, (...)
15 August 2008
Please accept an invitation from the United African Communities of BC, formerly Coalition of African Communities (CAC) to you, your community, and friends to attend the opening ceremony of AFRIKADEY FESTIVAL 2008.
We will greatly appreciate it if you could join political leaders and African community leaders at the opening ceremony of the festival at 1 pm on August 16, 2008 at the Serbian Cultural Centre 7837 Canada Way (by 10th Ave).
This year, the festival is special as (...)
4 August 2008
By Lans Omar, Winnipeg, Canada.
In his opening sermon, Pastor Greg of Central Baptist Church in Winnipeg, the officiating clergy who sealed the marriage vows of Baby Kaby & Bob Umar was spellbound.
He wasted no time in front of all the guests who attended the marriage ceremony to announce that: ’this is the most beautiful wedding I have ever seen.’
Pastor Greg continued: ’It’s not even about the bride and groom, look at these beautiful people......em, (...)
1 August 2008
Taiwo Iboshimi, alias Eazy, is the team manager of Niger, one of the contestants in a recent African soccer tournament in Vancouver, Canada. He is a man who fervently believes in what he says.
Hear him: "Team Niger was one of the best teams in the tournament even though we came fourth. We were eliminated by Team Rwanda on a penalty shoot-out(5-4). The calibre of my players is one of the best. They played better even though they are very young and inexperienced. They really tried to win and (...)
by - 31 July 2008
We don’t have a huge number of success stories among African-Canadian immigrants in Canada, but once in a while we come across a story that will inspire and psychologically uplift a community that’s struggling to integrate and properly settle in this land of opportunities.
We found such a story in the experiences of Jane Gatwiri Rukaria, one of the very few African-Canadian lawyers in Vancouver, British Columbia. What makes Jane’s story particularly interesting is the (...)
30 July 2008
By Jean Jacques Bosco.
My name is Jean Jacques Bosco. I have been successfully managing team Rwanda for the past two years. During this year’s African soccer tournament in Vancouver, I was attending the the World Youth Cup, “GOTHIA CUP”, competition in Sweden, Europe.
My JBST International Soccer Academy based in Vancouver had five teams participating in the African Soccer Tournament: U6 Boys, U9 Boys & Girls, U12 Boys & Girls, U16 Boys, and team Rwanda in the (...)
27 June 2008
Memunatu Dura-Kamara, originally from Romano village, Tonkolili district, northern Sierra Leone, is no ordinary woman.
Because of this woman’s dream, the efforts of a small group of Edmontonians and a large group of Sierra Leoneans, 600 children from Romano Village area in Sierra Leone are able to walk to the Alberta Canada Primary School each day where they are greeted by the nine educators who teach them.
Children share slates and chalk for the first three grades. By grade four (...)