Travel and Food blogger Terri of Try Anything Once speaks with BWLW about her travel adventures, recommends countries that you should consider visiting on your next trip, breaks down the misconceptions about the costs of travel, and reveals her tips for new travelers in this edition of Black Women in the Global Village.
South African Textile manufacturer Seardel has launched a brand new men’s wear and women’s wear collection for ‘Nelson Mandela 46664′. The collection was designed in aim of raising money for AIDS and HIV research.
The collection features garments marked with “46664″ which was the number given to Nelson Mandela upon his arrival at Robben Island prison when he was wrongly imprisoned in 1964. Items include men’s shirts, polos and jeans bearing the famous anti-apartheid “Hand of Africa” symbol as a logo. Dresses and skirts of various colors are also available for women.
Writer Naomi Prioleau, a Journalism major and graduate of The University of South Florida, shares her thoughts on the importance of black women living well through travel in this edition of Black Women in the Global Village.
Africa This Week showcases the top business stories from the last seven-days driving the African markets.
In this episode ABN looks at:
- Relevant education for business education
- Women in private equity
- Investment in women