Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Day break in Africa

Riding on the phenomenal success of the original Kumekucha site (one million hits and climbing), Kumekucha-Africa seeks to cover the entire continent of Africa with unique stories that you will not find anywhere else and fresh angles never touched before.

The new emerging Africa, despite all the bad news that continues to trickle from the continent, is exploding with new opportunities crying out to be explored. You will find lots of news and revelations on that here. As well as business and human interest stories.

Then you can also look forward to our exciting new monthly magazine (circulated worldwide) that will seek to capture and develop the best and most popular stories here.

Swahili is a language spoken in many countries of Africa and the word "kumekucha" means "day break" in Kiswahili. It is indeed daybreak on the continent that has had a rather longish night.

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