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⁣Burna Boy - For My Hand (Lyrics) feat. Ed Sheeran

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⁣Salif Keita Africa🔥👞👑

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Shamiso caught up with famous faces Zulu Mkhathini, Minnie Dlamini, Moozlie and more for a fun quiz on which celebs sip on the effervescent stuff.

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Istanbul - TURKEY 2015

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Kenya, South Africa and Nigeria top African entertainment: Bottomline Africa

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Saamu's wives eulogies him like a king on this episode but he brags more on marrying more women. Find out his reactions when he get surprised by an encounter.

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On this week episode, Saamu bites more than he can chew with a troops of soldiers when he finds a lover.

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One could never get tired of watching South African quick Dale Steyn when in full flow. That piercing stare, throbbing veins, blink-and-you-miss outswingers and his trademark chainsaw celebration endeared him to fans around the world.

These are the most fiery deliveries by one of the most devastating bowlers ever produced by South Africa.

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#FIFA20KaizerChiefsCareerModeSeason2EP04 #FIFA20KaizerChiefsTakeOnThePremierLeague #WeAreAmakhosiFIFA2020
Kaizer Chiefs FIFA 20 Career Mode|Kaizer Chiefs Takes On The Premier League Is A FIFA 20 Journey That Follows South African Premier Soccer League Footballing Gaints Kaizer Chiefs As They Make Their Way Throughout The English Premier League Going Up Against The Likes Of Arsenal,Chelsea,Manchester United,Manchester City And Liverpool On EA FIFA 20.
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Kaizer Chiefs Football Club is a South African football club based in Johannesburg that plays in the Premier Soccer League. The team is nicknamed Amakhosi which means "Lords" or "chiefs" in Zulu, and the "Phefeni Glamour Boys". They currently play most of their home matches at Soccer City in Nasrec, Soweto, which is commonly also referred to as the FNB Stadium. They are one of the most supported clubs in the country, drawing an average home attendance of 14,873 in the 2018-19 season, the highest in the league.
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Kaizer Chiefs Football Club is a South African football club based in Johannesburg that plays in the Premier Soccer League. The team is nicknamed Amakhosi which means "Lords" or "chiefs" in Zulu, and the "Phefeni Glamour Boys". They currently play most of their home matches at Soccer City in Nasrec, Soweto, which is commonly also referred to as the FNB Stadium. They are one of the most supported clubs in the country, drawing an average home attendance of 14,873 in the 2018-19 season, the highest in the league.

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Ugo Udezue ABL CEO featured on CNN African Voices on his dreams for African Basketball

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Russia is banned From the Olympics, major events for 4 years Over doping;

The Basketball Africa League kicks off next year as the world governing body for basketball and the NBA look to open play with a dozen club teams across the continent. Fifty aspiring players hoping to make the league tried out for coaches in New York City.

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This week the NBA has been dealing with a scandal after the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, Donald Sterling, was given a lifetime ban for making racist remarks.

His comments come nearly 65 years after the NBA became racially integrated. But even before that, African-American teams were taking to the court against white opponents.

Known as the "black fives" for the number of starting players, these teams came to define an era.

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Watch the full game between Uganda and Nigeria from the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 African Qualifiers.

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Join us for Tech for Good: How to Leverage Your Digital Skills to Facilitate Social Impact with presenter Liz Ngonzi '92, CEO and Founder of Liz Ngonzi Transforms. This webinar is hosted by iSchool Prof. Martha Garcia-Murillo, Professor and Senior Associate Dean of IDEA (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility) Initiatives, and moderated by Adrienne Graves, Assistant Director of Alumni Relations at the iSchool.

These are exceptionally difficult times for the social sector with some estimates indicating that as many as 40% of the 1.7 million nonprofits in the U.S. could close due to COVID-19-related revenue shortages during the next three years.

The COVID-19 Pandemic has already devastated entire economies, and funding for social impact organizations has decreased even as the need for their services continues to increase. But as the sector works to rebound, opportunities are being created for organizations with the capacity to innovate — by leveraging digital platforms, introducing new revenue models, embarking on nontraditional collaborations and paying attention to new voices.

Opportunities will exist within these innovative organizations for nimble, focused, creative and well-networked change makers who are armed with the digital skills and entrepreneurial mindset to help the sector recover.

Join host Liz Ngoni ’92 to discuss how nonprofits can leverage digital storytelling to ensure their continuing relevance and to thrive even in the current circumstances — and how individuals possessing the kinds of digital skills and entrepreneurial mindset developed at the iSchool can bring their talents to bear in helping them to do so.

ABOUT LIZ NGONZI: Liz Ngonzi is a New York-based international social sector leader, educator, speaker and executive coach who enables impact-driven leaders and entrepreneurs to more effectively develop and tell their stories to increase their impact and reach their potential.

Liz has been the turnaround CEO of a Nelson Mandela-endorsed international nonprofit organization; founded and run an international boutique consulting firm; been an invited member of the U.S. Speaker Program at the U.S. Department of State; taught and guest lectured at top academic institutions in the U.S. and abroad; and delivered training that has transformed lives and organizations worldwide.

She has been quoted in or featured by Black Enterprise Magazine, Crain’s NY Business, MarketWatch, NPR, South Africa Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) News, The Chicago Tribune, The New York Times and The Washington Post.

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This video is about how the guest started her journey into the Not for Profit world.
Morolayo Olumide is a Programme Officer at a foremost development consultancy practice in
Nigeria where she leads efforts to identify and connect education innovators and donors. She
conducts monitoring and evaluation as well as validation exercises which provide evidence and data for policy development in various government and donor funded projects including the ongoing Universal Basic Education Funds Tracking programme.

She has established competencies in monitoring and evaluation, innovation and scale up support
and project management. She provides technical support for at the annual pan-African Education Innovation Summit focused on identifying and scaling education innovation and coordinates the
Recognition Awards series for the recognition of proven education innovations. She also facilitates
capacity development sessions for public and private sector officials in the organization’s learning academy.

She previously worked as a Support Staff at The Refugee Centre in South Africa where she facilitated
child rights and protection services, and education policy dialogues targeted at creating opportunities for refugees. She holds a Master’s degree in Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution.

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I think I’ve found the real life Leslie Knope.

If you don’t know who that is, stop reading this and go watch all seven seasons of Parks and Recreation, where comedian Amy Poehler plays Leslie Knope -- a Deputy Director of a Parks and Rec Department of a small town in Indiana. Her whole life’s purpose is to serve her community and she does it by working long hours, being hyper-organized with color coded binders, and organizing community events by herself for fun.

Julia Campbell is a social media expert that has sought to serve since she was a child.

She hosted food and recycling drives as a kid, volunteered for the Peace Corps as a young adult, and worked with nonprofits during college.

I spent my college years drinking cheap beer and eating pizza until I was sober. It took me years to realize that I had a greater purpose -- to serve my community.

Julia has always known her purpose.

But she doesn’t just provide her presence and energy to help nonprofits (sometimes, organizations just need humans to help), she provides her knowledge and skills that she has harnessed over years of helping nonprofits where they need help the most: communication.

Julia studied journalism in college and writing became her essential skill.

When working with a domestic violence organization early in her career, she was tasked with the job of writing their press releases. She was the young writer fresh out of college, right? Well what she learned quickly is that all press releases aren’t “good” press releases.

And if they aren’t good, they don’t work.

After writing so many of them, she called on her journalism knowledge and realized that they needed a “hook” just like a news story. In fact, they needed to be just that -- a story!

She doubled down on her storytelling efforts and used them any chance she could.

“The most popular brands create a shared identity with their customers.”

As social media became popular among brands and businesses, Julia saw a perfect opportunity for the nonprofits she served to use storytelling to grow their communities.

In fact, she literally wrote the book on it.

Julia and I found each other in the storytelling multiverse and possibly through our service of nonprofits. But however we initially connected online, we both stuck around because it was clear that our missions were similar.

We both want to use storytelling to make the world happier and healthier.

I had her on The Storytelling Lab because helping nonprofits is something that will always be a part of my mission. I am good at it.

Julia is phenomenal at it.

If you work at or with a nonprofit and know that they need help communicating their stories, this is the episode for you!

Some of the highlights of our conversation:

- How Julia switched to focusing online courses in 2020 because of Covid-19
- Speaking to small-mid size development and marketing professionals
- Free speaking vs. Paid speaking
- Working with emerging nonprofits, libraries, cities, nonprofit communicators, fundraisers, etc.
- Working with nonprofits in college, volunteering for US Peace Corp, going to Africa to do healthcare work
- Going off on her own 10 years ago - her clients are everything from libraries to land trusts to food banks to animal organizations and rare disease organizations
- Being a “Leslie Knope” as a child - loved checklists and did food and recycling drives
- Studying journalism in college and is a writer - calls it her “essential skill”
- Working for a domestic violence shelter, writing press releases and learning about the “hook” to get people to listen and pay attention and from there developed her storytelling skills
- How social media should not be outsourced
- The importance of just documenting everyday life and just putting it out there
- How people are still giving to nonprofits especially in this time of crisis
- Why you should give only the highest quality and most compassionate content right now
-Getting back to the roots of what you do and connect with your community
- Webinars that she offers
- 90 minute platforms Julia offers that focus on a specific topic once a month
- Julia’s 6 week live courses: Storytelling & Social Media Academy - full scale programs targeted towards nonprofits

Follow Julia on Instagram @juliacampbell77
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Or visit her website! https://jcsocialmarketing.com/

For more storytelling tips and tricks,
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