Black people and our overcoming our struggles with laziness

 

 

 

Laziness is a painful stereotype

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Contributes to unemployment

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What Causes Laziness

1. Negativity

 

 

Understand its not laziness but being overwhelmed

 

  1. Clean your home and office area. ..
  2. Dont make huge plans
  3. Avoid people who put you down
  4. Start your day with positive self talk. …
  5. Listen to energetic music. …
  6. Change your environment. …
  7. Surround yourself with positive serious minded productive people. Never listen to the lie that your hard work means nothing, or thst people are going to disregard it
  8. Tell others about your goals. …
  9. Stop over-complicating things.

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African Businesses and Asia

 

Singapore is a very unique and special place to 5 million people and it is a country and a city for during the 1960’s surprising was also very poor place was actually a part of Malaysia but due to some disputes Malaysia forced Singapore to become in the pan on its own after that but under the Visionary leadership of Lee Kuan Yew a leader that many African leaders in particular Paul kagame formed from a Backwater on the Strait of Malacca to one of the world’s most important International cities Singapore it is actually is the fourth richest country in the world and what are the most richest cities in Asia the poor is home to what is considered to be the world’s most Port winning many awards it is considered times to be the world’s home of the world’s busiest port and has the army then leashes and been rated one of the best the best city to live in also one of the world’s most safest cities mortality rates Halo you can walk anywhere in Singapore at any time and feel safe whether you are man or woman so many Africans Singapore is not home to many Africans for is home to only an estimate about 5,000 Africans but one thing about that is good about Singapore that has been reported in stat unlike many other Asian countries Singapore can be considered to be one of the least racist Asian countries unlike other Asian countries that we’ve reviewed racism is actually go there with harsher penalties for racist action than many Western countries for example of someone is caught saying something openly racist in Singapore faced with face a $3,000 penalty and face jail time the fact that Singapore is a multi-racial society even though 70% of the population is of Chinese ancestry racial Harmony is key especially during the after the 1965 racial riots however racism is not the only thing that is illegal in Singapore and the Singapore it’s also world famous for its tough loss particularly can get you find graffiti vandalism are all not just a fine but some jail time trucks bring bringing drugs into the country caught with drugs or any amount of drugs can land you the death penalty the poor is one of the world’s most amazing places how many Africans use the upper-class wealthy African live in Singapore

 

 

Restaurants

Mama Africa

3D Harmony

 

Businesses

Sonangol Singapore

 

Dubai situated on the Persian Gulf if the largest city Arab Emirates curfew sir to be one of the most amazing and unique cities in the world relation of 2.8 million people it is Renaissance anagenesis unparalleled in the world Dubai is a city that is a city of superlatives home to the world’s largest airport the world’s tallest building the world’s biggest shopping mall the world’s first largest skatepark the world’s largest theme park in the theme park with the fastest rides Dubai is also a multicultural City a world City Dubai gets more immigrants with 75% of the population being made up of foreigners man gets bored only three cities in the world gets more tourism the thing that Citgo Dubai was just back in the UAE vs too small significant country that depending on efficient as its main export however things changed when in the 1970s when they discovered oil leadership by Sheikh maktoum Dubai is a city often but rarely but never duplicated the city that many Africans look up to that many Africans wish that they could use their abundant natural resources to transform their cities to a place as legendary as Dubai Dubai the city that is always open the rest of the world and it is the fourth most visited city on the planet International cities that is actually openly marking in itself to African and many African Elites one thing that makes two by specials that many African you will find many wealthy Africans along all social strata and it is Dubai has been seen as a playground for many most wealthiest celebrities Elites beats and businessman 2 to either travel or have second homes in Dubai is home to 200,000 Africans and they live all over the city

Restaurants

Africana Home Restaurant
West African Restaurant
Address: 12 Al Daghaya St – Dubai – United Arab Emirates
Hours: Open today · 11AM–2AM
Phone: +971 4 224 2533

 

 

Tribes
African Restaurant
Address: Ground floor, Mall of the Emirates, Al Barsha 1 – Dubai – United Arab Emirates
Hours: Open today · 10AM–11PM
Phone: +971 4 395 0663

 

 

Africana Home Restaurant and Grills
Address: sheikh khalifa road، towards sharjah before Ramada Hotel، Next to homes r us furniture showroom – Ajman – United Arab Emirates
Hours: Open today · 11AM–2AM
Phone: +971 6 740 5596

 

 

LUWOMBO AFRICAN RESTAURANT
White Sand Hotel – Dubai – United Arab Emirates
Hours: Open today · 7AM–2AM
Phone: +971 52 156 2551

 

 

Zagol Restaurant
Ethiopian Restaurant
Address: G Floor, Mabrooka 1 Building, 4B St, Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Rd، Opp Burjuman, Al Karama – Dubai – United Arab Emirates
Hours: Open today · 10AM–11:30PM
Phone: +971 50 323 1822

 

KIZA Restaurant & Lounge – Pan African Cuisine
Address: Ground floor, ,Emirates Financial Towers,Sheikh Zayed Road,DIFC – Dubai – United Arab Emirates
Hours: Open today · 12PM–2AM
Reservations: kiza.ae
Order: talabat.com
Phone: +971 4 453 9038

 

 

Prime Chef
Address: Spain T05 – Dubai – United Arab Emirates
Hours: Open today · 10:30AM–10:30PM
Phone: +971 4 434 3431

 

 

Gursha Ethiopian Restaurant
Address: Unit No.01, Club Vista Mare, Palm Jumeirah – Dubai – United Arab Emirates
Hours: Open today · 12PM–12AM
Phone: +971 4 554 2665

 

Nightclubs

 

Ponana African Night Club
Dubai – United Arab Emirates
Phone: +971 4 222 4333

 

Businesses & Corporations

 

Kampac Oil Middle East FZCO
Address: 1 Sheikh Zayed Rd – Dubai – United Arab Emirates
Phone: +971 4 329 7371

African Press Organiztion

 

Clothing Stores

African Shop LLC
Address: Dubai – United Arab Emirates
Hours: Open today · 10AM–11PM

 

 

Springrose Trading LLC – African Dress
Address: 132 Naif St – Dubai – United Arab Emirates
Phone: +971 55 614 6769

 

 

Shipping Companies
African Salihiya Cargo & Clearing
Address: Sabkha Road, behind sabkha bus stand, Al Sabkha Building, First floor #109 – Al Sabkha Rd – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

 

 

Churches

Dill Ministries International
Al Noor Training Complex
Al Barsha, Dubai, UAE
+971 50 454 5902, +971 50 644 9974

Phone: +971 4 235 0577

Organizations
AfricaBusinessForum
African Entrepreneurs in Dubai

 

There are 100000 Africans in Qatar. Qatar is the richest country in the world.

Restaurants

African Lions Restaurants
Address: Doha, Qatar
Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM
Phone: +974 3338 1552

Al Zanj Restaurant
African Restaurant
Parco Mall (Food World) ·
+974 6698 7831 ·
Opens at 11:00 AM

Mesob Habesha Restaurant
Ibn Seena Street, Al Muntazah ·
+974 5024 0500 ·
Opens at 9:00 AM

India is home to 50000 Africans. Mostly students. Africans live in cities like Kamanahalli in Bangalore , Dehli, and Mumbai.

Kuala Lumpur is the capital and largest city of Malaysia Malaysia Malaysia is also a developing country that has developed very fast during the 1960’s Malaysia was Empire with most African countries in terms of development struggling economy one interesting thing to note is that one thing that made Malaysia very wealthy was Palmer wine which was actually or cultivated in West Africa and that helped to add to the economy of Malaysia fast forward into the year 2000 17 Malaysia is one of the groups that is not among the Asian tiger is but is a fast growing economy in 1997 Malaysia came to fame when it was the first country outside of the United States to have the world’s tallest building with the Petronas Towers now that has long been superseded however Malaysia’s economy like the Petronas Towers like like Kuala Lumpur Skyline is growing in sworn faster than ever is a is what can be described not really a Multicultural Society but a tri-racial society with Elations of a tri-racial society that consist of Malaysians Chinese and Indians however and with whites Thor into the mix however Africans immigrants Malaysia is also home to 90,000 African the second highest African population in Asia after China. Africans see Malaysia as a cheap alternative to places such as the United States and Europe due to the fact that cost of living is fairly cheap for structure is good Malaysia get access to things for for less money than they would have to spend in the United States of Europe being able to access in Malaysia Stevie she’s all so much easier as well one major issue is that Malaysian Africa have never had deep relations so lot of prejudice has been formed on the Malaysia side Prejudice and ignorance which has not been seriously can test it also the issue is due to the fact that other places Nigerians have also name for themselves due to the few Nigerians that have been engaged in drug dealing which of the serious offense in Asia that can bring death and engaging in games that have ruined the lives of many people forcefully due to these behaviors some people some Africans are some Nigerians a lot of people have used that Information Society have used that as justification to exhibit Prejudiced and mistreat people of African descent even though they had nothing to do with those Nigerian scammers or criminals Malaysia is home to as stated before Malaysia’s home to almost 100,000 African immigrants most of them live in the Chow kit area north of the city

Restaurants
Bubu
42A Tengkat Tong ShinKuala Lumpur 50200Malaysia
0603-21422988

There are 5000 to 10000 Africans in Bangkok. Bangkok is the capital largest city in Thailand with the city population of around 8 million the metro area around 14 million Hancock or being Bangkok is known for being a major tourist center. In fact it is the most popular tourist destination in Asia with 60 million annual visitors.

 

most Africans cuck Island in general is not known for a popular destination for Africans African Community in Hong Kong in Bangkok numbers around between 5000 to 10000 people most Africans in Bangkok come from three main countries Syria Nigeria French speaking countries like Molly and some Ghanaians. most Africans in Bangkok are from West Africa most Africans in Thailand and Bangkok in general are to play in sports companies in sports teams trading companies and various other things the Nigerian what are the largest African group and they have not good reputation with people often stay or typing them as being good to their illicit drug trade of some people they’ve been stereotyped as drug dealers and scam artist most Africans in Bangkok or not or educated

 

FARIA

In a soi dedicated to Middle Eastern restaurants, this restaurant serves up Thai options during the day and a brief list of African dishes at night. This spot is perhaps best suited for those newly interested in pan-African cooking and who need a friendly auntie to guide them. The food is adapted to the Thai palate with local ingredients and spices. If you can handle the low-key ambience of the canteen and the dodgy soi, go for the sosatie (grilled lamb), which we saw at quite a few tables, or a Ghanaian dish like fufu (dough-like ball) served with a stew made with peanut and fish, plus a meat of your choice at B100. Feeling adventurous? Check their list of specials which includes the Senegalese dish yassa (spicy chicken with onion and lemon, B180).

Sukhumvit Soi 3 (Nana), 02-253-4741. Open daily 12pm-midnight

A TASTE OF AFRICA

If you don’t want to go to the salubrious Soi Nana, A Taste of African will suit you just fine. They’re currently busy constructing a restaurant (in Soi Samakkhi, Nonthaburi) focusing on the food of Ethiopia, Kenya, Ghana and Nigeria, but for now they offer delivery to the downtown area (though there’s no guarantee of when it will be delivered). The set lunch menu (B400) is proving popular, featuring the Nigerian dish egussi (thick stew with ground seeds) with chicken and served with plantains and rice or chapatti (flat bread). Otherwise, you can opt for an Ethiopian dish like impressive doro wat (stew) with chicken and served with plantains, homemade injera (sour flatbread) or rice (B400). Do check their Facebook page as they sometimes hold wine dinners in Nonthaburi.

Delivery only. 083-438-5075. www.facebook.com/africainthailand

ETHIOPIAN RESTAURANT

Run by Ethiopian natives, from the owner to the cooks, this restaurant does exactly what the name says—classic Ethiopian dishes. Dining here, you’ll feel like you’re no longer in Thailand with the eclectic crowds conversing in multiple crowds and languages. Try the popular doro wat platter that comes with stew, vegetables and flatbread or a wide range selections of grilled meat. Bring some friends as portions are quite big and note that it’s located right next to an African pub where things can get pretty rowdy later on in the evenings.

Sukhumvit Soi 3 (Nana), 084-930-3250, 085-440-5428. Open daily 11am-10pm.

HABESHA

Stepping into Habesha is an otherworldly experience, with its low ceiling adorned with baubles and tinsel, vintage-patterned wallpaper and dimly-lit corners. Hookah smoke fills the air and Ethiopian music blares at all hours, with a stage hosting live music every night from about 11:30pm. It also serves up large portions of authentic Ethiopian food. In keeping with tradition, it’s all about eating with your hands, here. Wat (stew) is served on a plate of injera, a fermented bread that resembles a large pancake. Slightly sour, the bread is great for soaking up the rich, spicy flavors. Dishes come with beef, chicken and lamb, while there are also plenty of vegetarian options, with prices around the B200-400 mark. Try them all as part of the Ultimate Combination (B1,000, serves 2-3 people). And don’t leave without ordering a strong Ethiopian coffee (B100).

1/26 Sukhumvit Soi 3 (Nana), 085-016-0353. Open daily 11am-late (food finishes 10

 

 

Guangzhou the third largest city in China after Beijing and Shanghai and the capital of Guangdong Province is considered to be one of the most important cities for Africans in Asia Guangzhou home to more Africans any other city in Asia the populat with to hunt Guangzhou area is home to 200,000 Africans Guangzhou is the capital of Guangdong Province the most populated province of China with a population of over 100 million people what is the richest Province in China in terms of GDP will think of China and its factories that produced China is known as a factory of the world of the products that we see made in China many of them the majority of them are made in Guangdong Province Guangdong Guangzhou home to the Canton Trade Fair the biggest Trade Fair China where many people from all over the world come to buy or come to connect with Chinese companies distribute that work in terms of distribution most Africans in Guangzhou the majority of Africans in Guangzhou come from all over Africa but the top three most common nationalities are Chinese or Nigerian Congolese and some Ghanaian as well as Gumby ins most Perkins and the fact there is an area in Guangzhou referred to as little Africa this is in the Xiaobei District of Guangzhou located in the North part of the city.

 

As the third most important World Financial Center after London and New York Hong Kong is considered Asia’s world city Hong Kong is a very unique place in that it is technically part of China Hong Kong was a former British colony and was ruled by the British until 1997 when it was given back to the Chinese then the Chinese have ruled Hong Kong as a special administrative region which means that it is still technically part administered by China but when it comes to things like immigration laws Los common law Hong Kong is autonomous Kong is a very interesting City and a very exciting City you will never see as many skyscrapers in tall buildings in your life until you come to Hong Kong Hong Kong is one of the world’s most crowded cities in cost of living can be very Hong Kong is a very diverse and Multicultural for Asian terms Hong Kong is still 90% Chinese but 10% Chinese the most common ethnicities Filipinos Indonesians and other Asians Hong Kong is home to many European expats it is a place where many people come from many different parts of the world Africans concerned it is also very important city for Africans and no trip Hong Kong is home to about 20,000 Africans don’t trip to Hong Kong is complete as an African without visiting the holy mecca for all Africans visiting Hong Kong chungking mansions back in its Heyday drunken meant here’s a link to chungking Mansions back in its Heyday almost 80% phones in Kenya came from that building place like it most Africans in Hong Kong live in the Tsim Sha Tsui.

Seoul is the capital and largest city South Korea soul is the second largest city in the world with a population of 25 million. South Korea serves as a model of what many Africans want their country to become due to the fact that in the 1960s South Korea was a poor developing country on par with many African countries but quickly catapulted into rich well respected first world country. In 1950 per capita GDP in many Sub-Saharan African region is about the same as South Korea or even higher than South Korea (in 1950 Kenya is $947 and South Korea is $876), but in 2016 the per capita GDP of South Korea is 18 to 40 times (4,000%) higher than Sub-Saharan countries (in 2016, the per capita GDP in South Korea is $29,115 while Ethiopia $846, Liberia $492, and Kenya $1607). No wonder now South Korea selling smart phone, car, ship, consumer electronic products, microchip, Samsung, LG, Kia, Hyndai, etc.

It has free trade agreements with 75% of the world economy and is the only G20 nation trading freely with China, the US and the EU simultaneously.

In 2005, it became the world’s first country to fully transition to high-speed Internet[49] and today it has the world’s fastest Internet speedand highest smartphone ownership, ranking first in ICT Developmente-Government[50] and 4G LTE coverage.

South Korea has led to a rise of a globally influential pop culture[38] such as K-pop and K-drama, a phenomenon called the Korean Wave, known for its distinctive fashionable and trendy style.

South Korea currently provides the world’s second largest number of Christian missionaries, surpassed only by the United States.

South Korea is one of the most homogeneous countries in the world with 98 to 99% of its population being solely Korean that way Korea Koreans generally have not had generally don’t have many interactions with foreigners which is made it a challenge for foreigners that live there mostly especially also combined with that stereotypes and misconceptions of people with African descent can cause for a very present situation for many people who are darker African so me and the African Community in Korea and basically soul numbers between 5000 to 10000 people there is a lot of discrimination in so against people of African descent but that has not kept people of African descent outside of Korea most Africans insole in Korea live in the itaewon district District that it is one of the few districts. Dominated with a foreign population right next to the US Military Base there are between 5 to 10000 Africans in Korea all who exclusively live in Seoul the capital most Africans in Korea Comfort the top three nationalities for Africans in Korea are Nigerians Ghanaian and South Africans Niger Africans in Korea do all sorts of jobs many of them work in factories teams and some work as teachers even though it is very weird due to Love’s heavy racial discrimination in the eso kitchen industry there are some black South African to work in there.

 

 

 

AFRICAN HERITAGE

RESTAURANT  (Nigerian)

Yongsan-Gu, Itaewon

1-dong  127-17

Seoul, South Korea

CONTACT INFO:

In Korea: 027493218

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38, Noksapyeong-daero 26-gil, Yongsan-gu | Bugang B.D. 5F, Seoul, South Korea
Outside: 82-27493218

AfricanHeritage2@aol.com

Hours of Operation:

Monday-Saturday

10:00am-1:00am

Sunday

12:00pm-1:00am

Braai Republic ( South African)

63-4, Itaewon-Dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea

+82 70-8879-196

Korean companies that do business in Africa

Tokyo capital and largest city of Japan is Tokyo the largest city in Japan and Asia but it is the largest city in the world with a population of 13 million in the sea and a whopping 3 8 million people in its metropolitan area Japan like many Stern cities or Western countries just recently open up to the idea of multiculturalism and Japan in itself is a homogeneous or single ethnic state with 99 point.3 of its population being of Japanese descent these are very proud people with a cultural chauvinism that is legendary come to surprise that there are Africans would see this as a place to immigrate to is a community of Africans that are an estimated to be about 10,000 to 20000 now one cannot be Japan someone is of blood Japanese descent however Japan does surprise me allow for residency permits after 8 years most Africans in the Tokyo metropolitan area live in 2 places the Roppongi District which is a place where many foreigners live in and in the industrial city north of Tokyo right outside of Tokyo’s borders atama there are did 20000 Africans in the Tokyo metropolitan area three nationalities being Nigerian Ghanaian and African usually Senegalese

Restaurants

Mama Africa
〒106-0032, 3 Chome-8-7 Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo, Japan
Open today 7PM–5AM

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 Networking
 Japanese companies that do business in Africa
Lequio Power Technology Corp.
Meiwa Co., Ltd.,
Komatsu Ltd.,
TROMSO CO.,LTD.,
Anchor Network Service, Inc., MAYEKAWA MFG. CO., LTD.,
Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd.,
OTOWA ELECTRIC CO.,LTD.,
DMM. Africa.

Organizations

Imo State Union

Australia African Businesses and Entities

Perth is Australia’s 4th largest city and is the Worlds most remote or isolated major city. Perth is home to 70,000 Africans. Top 3 nationalities are South Africans,Sudanese, and Zimbabweans. Most Africans live in the North side of the city.

Grocery Stores

Akwaaba Arts Crafts Drumming

157/33 Prindiville Dr, Wangara WA 6065, Australia
Open today 7–8:30PM
+61 422 251 031

African Heritage
18/Duncraig Shopping Centre 18/50 Marri Rd, Duncraig WA 6023, Australia
Located in: Duncraig Shopping Centre
Open today 9AM–5:30PM

Safari African Shop
Albany Hwy, Cannington WA 6107, Australia
Map of safari african shop
Open today 9AM–7PM
+61 8 6350 1661

Clothing
Zahara Designs
79/33 Prindiville Dr, Wangara WA 6065, Australia
Map of zahara designz
+61 433 143 337

 

 

 

Organizations
African Australian Union (AAU)
African Communities Council of Australia (ACCA) Inc
African Community of WA
African Community of WA, Organisation of
African Professionals of Australia Inc
African Women’s Council of Australia [AWCoA]
Afritude Down Under

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Melbourne is the second largest city of Australia with 4.7 million people. Melbourne, which has been voted the most livable city on the planet the past six years in a row.

Melbourne is very different than other Australian cities in that it is very European culturally and in how it is set up. It is the capital for creativity, culinary delights and intellectualism.

Melbourne is also home to the largest population of Africans in Australia. One third of all Africans in Australia live in Melbourne. The three largest African ethnic groups are Ethiopians, Sudanese, and Mauritians. There are also many Somalians as well. Africans live all over Melbourne. Notably in places like Footscray and Flemington which is home to a large Ethiopian and Somali population, however the largest population of Africans is in the eastern part of the city particularly in suburbs like Dandenong. Altogether there are 120,000 Africans in Melbourne.

Restaurants

Papa African

Phone Number:03 9356-4993

Mobile:0411 367 984 

Email:papaafrican@yahoo.com.au

4 Victoria Square, St Albans VIC 3021

Little Africa Restaurant
Cosy room with traditional artefacts on the walls, dishing up homestyle Ethiopian curries and stews.
Address: 358 Victoria St, North Melbourne VIC 3051, Australia
Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 5PM Tue
Phone: +61 3 9329 8018

 

polēpolē bar & kitchen
African beer and gourmet bites, plus cocktails, in a rustic-chic bar with an acacia tree wall mural.
Address: 1/267 Little Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 5PM Tue
Menu: static1.squarespace.com
Reservations: polepolebar.com.au
Phone: +61 3 9650 2811

 

Nyala African Restaurant
Rustic eats in an easygoing, time-tested venue on the 1st floor, specialising in Ethiopian cuisine.
Address: 356 Brunswick St, Fitzroy VIC 3065, Australia
Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 6PM
Menu: nyala.com.au
Phone: +61 3 9419 9128

 

Gibe African Restaurant
Platters of Ethiopian food, including stews, grains and flatbread, served in a relaxed atmosphere.
Address: 108 Foster St, Dandenong VIC 3175, Australia
Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 12PM
Menu: gibeafricanrestaurant.com.au
Reservations: quandoo.com.au
Phone: +61 3 9792 9929

The Abyssinian Restaurant
Intimate Ethiopian and Eritrean restaurant with bright orange walls hung with traditional crafts.
Address: 277 Racecourse Rd, Kensington VIC 3031, Australia
Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 5:30PM
Menu: theabyssinian.com.au
Phone: +61 3 9376 8754

 

African Taste Cafe
Directions
4.7
68 Google reviews
Ethiopian Restaurant
Address: 124 Victoria St, Seddon VIC 3011, Australia
Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 9PM
Phone: +61 3 9687 0560
Reservations: quandoo.com.au

 

Savanna African Restaurant & Cafe
WebsiteDirections
4.7
49 Google reviews
Ethiopian Restaurant
Address: 7 Johnston St, Collingwood VIC 3066, Australia
Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 5PM
Phone: +61 3 9416 1462

African Cuisine

African Restaurant
Address: 83 Irving St, Footscray VIC 3011, Australia
Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 11:30AM
Phone: +61 3 9687 5176
Order: eatnow.com.au, menulog.com.au

 

Afrofeast
Directions
African Restaurant
Address: Location Varies, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Phone: +61 414 144 412

 

Safari Restaurant Somali Cuisine
Directions
4.2
52 Google reviews
East African Restaurant
Address: 159 Union Rd, Ascot Vale VIC 3032, Australia
Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 10PM
Phone: +61 3 9372 7175

 

The Horn African Cafe & Restaurant
Awash African Restaurant & Bar
Address: 64/82 Hopkins St, Footscray VIC 3011, Australia
Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM
Phone: +61 3 8383 7951

 

Khartoum center Restaurant
Directions
4.0
15 Google reviews
African Restaurant
Address: 145 Nicholson St, Footscray VIC 3011, Australia
Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 8PM
Phone: +61 3 9043 6055

Safari African Restaurant
WebsiteDirections
5.0
4 Google reviews
African Restaurant
Address: 3 Ian St, Noble Park VIC 3174, Australia
Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 11AM
Phone: +61 3 9512 2233

 

New Somali Kitchen
WebsiteDirections
4.5
65 Google reviews
East African Restaurant
Address: 284 Racecourse Rd, Flemington VIC 3031, Australia
Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 12PM Tue
Menu: newsomalikitchen.com.au
Phone: +61 3 8589 7631

 

African Village Kitchen – Cafe
WebsiteDirections
5.0
2 Google reviews
West African Restaurant
Address: 43 Walker St, Dandenong VIC 3175, Australia
Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM Tue
Menu: africanvillagekitchen.com
Phone: +61 3 9793 9930

Saba’s Ethiopian Restaurant
WebsiteDirections
4.6
79 Google reviews
Restaurant
Address: 328 Brunswick St, Fitzroy VIC 3065, Australia
Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 5:30PM Tue
Phone: +61 3 8589 0442
Order: foodora.com.au

 

Deli Afro Restaurant
WebsiteDirections
4.9
13 Google reviews
African Restaurant
Address: 331 Racecourse Rd, Kensington VIC 3031, Australia
Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 11PM
Phone: +61 3 9994 7229

Asanti African Dance Classes
10-11am African Dance (Open level, all welcome)
J Studios, 100 Barkley St, Fitzroy North, Melbourne, Australia

Next Level Studios,
325 Victoria Street, Brunswick, Victoria

 

African Stores

Sofia’s African Variety Shops
4A Clarke Street
Sunshine, Victoria 3020
+61 3 9312 1343
sofiasafricanvariety.com

 

Churches

 

Jesus House Melbourne
Level 1,
26, McCrae Street
Dandenong Victoria
Phone 03 97068174
Email: rccgaussie@hotmail.com

 

Church of God
Eastfield Gospel Hall
82 Eastfield Road, South Croydon 3136, Victoria,
Australia

 

 

 

Sofias African Variety Shop

 

Happy African Variety Shop

 

 

African Essentials
Grocery Wholesalers – Dandenong, VIC 3175
Shop 12/ 236 Lonsdale St, Dandenong VIC 3175 (03) 9792 2119

 

Organizations

 

 

Young African Connection
Phone: 0421 321 865
Contact person: John James (Chairperson)
Email: jamesjohs@gmail.com

Burundi
Australian Burundian Community in Victoria
Phone: 0422 031 291
Contact person: Belthrand Habiyakare (Chairperson)
Email: belthrand.os@yahoo.com

Congo
Congolese Community of Victoria (CCVIC)
P.O Box 8458, Tarneit, Vic 3029
Phone: 0419 291 051 or 0401 727 660
Email: ccv@ccvic.org.au

Democratic Republic of Congo Community Association of Vic (DRCCAV) Inc
(Melbourne based only)
Phone: 0437 724 917 (after hours)
Email: tshi-nke@hotmail.com

Ethiopia
Australian Oromo Community Association in Victoria
120 Racecourse Road, Flemington (Office No 2), Vic 3031
Phone: 0402 606 248 or 0422 869 709
Contact person: Shabo Ali Shabo

South Eastern Region Melbourne Oromo Community Association in Victoria Australia (SERMOCAVA) Inc
Phone: 0422 127 154
Contact person: Tesfaye Wayessa (President)
Email: billc@smrc.org.au

Ghana
Ghana Association of Victoria
Phone: 0401 435 121
Email: president@ghanav.org.au

Somalia
Somaliland Society of Australia
(Melbourne based only)
Contact person: Mohamed Hussein
Email: info@somalilandfoundation.com

South Sudan
Abyei Women’s Group for Establishment and Development
Phone: 0431 372 488
Contact person: Rita Awar Pdang (Chairperson)

Abyei Youth Association
Phone: 0421 644 542
Contact person: Veronica Bar (President)
Email: veronica.akur@gmail.com

Baai-Bor Women Welfare Foundation
Contact person: Haluel Herjok
Email: info@baaiborwomenwelfare.org

Bor Community Association of Australia
Phone: 0402 236 024
Contact person: Chol Deng Akuok (Chairperson)
Email: dagakuok@yahoo.com

Latjor Dingyian and Nuer Literacy Centre Inc
Phone: 0411 431 525
Contact person: John Chuol Ruac
Email: john_chuol@hotmail.com

Lopit Community Association of Australia Inc
Phone: 0411 478 771
Contact person: Daniel Afelino (Chairperson)

Lopit Cultural Centre
Phone: 0431 519 918
Contact person: Arkangelo Lohine (Manager)
Email: lobongit@yahoo.com.au

Nuba Mountains Cultural Society
Phone: 0401 076 037
Contact person: Mohamed Moudadam (Chairperson)
Email: modeeno3@hotmail.com

Nuer Community Foundation Australia
Phone: 0403 668 820
Contact person: David Tut Kuiy (Chairperson)
Email: dkuiy@deakin.edu.au

Nuer Youth Association of Australia
Phone: 0422 059 114
Contact person: Gatluak Puoch (Chairperson)
Email: mtcluak@hotmail.com

Rumbek Community Association in Australia
Phone: 0469 889 450
Contact person: Ater Deir (Chairperson)
Email: atertremino@yahoo.com

South Sudan Equatorians Association Inc (SOSEA)
Phone: [Redacted]
Contact person: Andrew Ohuli (Chairperson)
Email: foxohide@yahoo.com

South Sudanese Community in Australia
Phone: 0411 342 693
Contact person: Ambrose Mareng (Chairperson)
Email: marengambrose@yahoo.com

Sudanese Australia Youth Action Group (SAYAG)
Phone: 0411 583 598
Contact person: Asunta Akeri
Email: sayag.youth@gmail.com

Sudanese Community Association Australia
Phone: 0422 187 446
Contact person: Saturnino Onyala (Chairperson)
Email: solaa51@yahoo.com

The Union of Greater Upper Nile States (UGUNS) Inc
Phone: 0432 189 368
Contact person: Peter Pal Yiech (President)
Email: peter.pal@vu.edu.au

Sudan
Darfur Community
Contact person: Mohamed Abdalla
Email: darfurcommunity@optusnet.com.au

Zambia
The Zambian Association of Victoria
Phone: 0432 089 072
Contact person: Bright Chinganya

 

Victoria

Afar Community Association of Victoria Inc
African Communities Council of Victoria
African Think Tank
Association of the Liberian Community of Australia
Australian Burundian Community in Victoria Inc
Australian Somali Society
Ballarat African Association
Cameroon Association of Australia Inc
East African Women’s Foundation
Dinka Ngok Abyei Community Association Victoria-Australia
The Drum African Family Centre
Ethiopian Community Association of Victoria
Eritrean Community in Australia Inc
Eritrean Islamic Society of Australia
Eritrean Women’s Association of Victoria
Ethiopian Women Group
Geelong Sudanese Association Inc
Ghana Association of Victoria
Goulburn Valley Sudanese Association
Hararian Organization Inc.
Liberian Community Association for Unity and Social and Economic Development
Mozambique Association Victoria Inc
Nigerian Society of Victoria Inc
Nuer Community in Victoria Inc
Oromiyaa Cultural and Recreational Club
Oromo Relief Association Australia-South Pacific Region Inc
Somali Australian Council of Victoria Inc
Somali Community Inc
Somali Support and Development Association Inc
South Sudan Development Agency Inc
South Sudan Equatorial Association Inc
South Sudanese Women’s Network
Southern Sudan Community of Australia (SSCA)
Sudanese Community Association of Victoria Inc
Tigrian Community Association in Victoria
The United Somali Organisation in Australia Inc
Victorian Eritrean Community Association
The Zambian Association of Victoria
Zimbabwean Community in Australia

 

Auckland New Zealand is the largest city with a population of 1.5 it is the largest city in New Zealand New Zealand can be said to be a with its European and more I population can visit to be across and Scotland and is home to the largest Polynesian population of any city in the world and it is a very Multicultural City about New Zealand compared to many other countries that were colonizing settled by white Europeans is that unlike in places like the United States and Australia most of the native population was not killed off by Warfare genocider drugs or disease in those countries app for mentioned cities that were signed however in New Zealand the local more population is very well respected more eyes considered to be another official language in New Zealand can’t speak it they do learn it learn some of it in school and many of them or as lands and rights are protected in the Constitution Dylan not yulin has seen immigration from Asia or Europe and other parts of the world it is only recently get an African immigrants just like Australia is South Africans are probably the most popular group that has immigrated from Africa however as just like in Australia most South Africans are white of European descent King to easily blend with blend in with the white majority however looking at black African groups the most popular groups are Ethiopians Nigerians and because I’m Bob Williams most Nigerians most Africans in New Zealand live in Auckland in the mount roskill neighborhood which is south of the downtown City Center but some also live in west of the city and some scattered and suburbs west of the city as well New Zealand is home to about 15000 Africans go to the South African population

 

Serengeti Restaurant (South African)
470 Beach Rd, Murrays Bay, North Shore 0630, New Zealand
Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 6PM Tue
Phone: +64 9-475 5988
Reservations: resdiary.com

Cafe Abysinnia
Shop 6/190 Stoddard Rd, Mount Roskill, Auckland 1041, New Zealand
Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 10:30AM Tue
Phone: +64 9-620 5599

Botswana Butchery
Ferry Building 99 Quay St, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand
Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 11PM
Phone: +64 9-307 6966

African Grocery Stores

Amaka Variety Shop
Shop 7, Hunters Plaza Shopping Centre (next to Kmart), 217 Great South Road, Papatoetoe, Auckland
Amaka welcomes inquiries from businesses looking to purchase wholesale.
Telephone:
09-277-4965

African Clothing Stores
357 Great North Road, Henderson (7,447.68 mi)
Auckland, New Zealand 0612
Get Directions
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+64 9-836 0033

 

Stores

Name/Company: South African shop

 

Address: 2B Arklow Lane

Stanmore Bay

Contact number 09 4280850 South African shop

Name/Company: Amaka Variety Shop

 

Address 127 Great South Rd

Hunters corner Papatoetoe

Contact number 09277495

Email: help@amabeauty.com

Name/Company: S A Shop online

74 Clyde room

Browns Bay

Contact Number: 094823144

Email: info@sa.shoponline.com

Name/Company the South African Shop

Address: 6c Rosedale Rd,

Albany

Auckland

Contact: Number 09 4788016

Website: http://www.southafricanshop.co.nz

Name/Company: Amaano Shop

Address: 224-226 Stoddard

Mt Roskill

Name: Company: Ama Kiwi-South African in New Zealand

Address: 5 Buckleys rd

Linwood

Christchurch

Contact Number: 03 4200839

Website: http://www.amakiwi.co.nz

Name/Company: Avon Butchery

Address: 246 Apirana Ave

Glen Innes

Auckland

Contact Number: 095211452

Website: http://www.gopher.co.nz

Name/Company: Out of African

Address: 18 Remuera Rd

New Market

Auckland

Contact Number: 09 5245821

Email: http://www.outofafrica.co.nz

Name/Company: Inside Africa

Address: Unit 5 289 Colombo Street

Sydenham

Christchurch

Contact Number 03 4200839

Name/Company: Safari Meat SA Shop

Address: 5 Buckleys rd

Linwood

Christchurch

Contact: 3897703

Website: Safarimeats.com

Name/company: Taste Of Africa

Address: 4 Break Water Rd

Moturoa

New Plymouth

Contact Number: 097513001

Email: tasteof sa@hotmail.com

Name/Company: Inside Africa

Address: 253 Linwood rd

Auckland

Henderson

Contact Number: 09 8370101

http://www.insideafrica.conz

Name/Company: Inside Africa

Address: 7 Mercury Way

ANZ Business Centre

Albany

Auckland

Email: Insideafrica.luk@gmail.com
Contact Number: 09 440305448

Website: http://www.insideafrica.co.nz

Name: Inside Africa

Address: Unit 72 Bishop Dunn Pl

Botany South

Contact Number: 09 9273524

Website: http://www.insideafrica.co.nz

Name: Fred’s Fine Foods

Address: Unit H Seville shops

25 Oheha Valley Rd

Contact Number: 09 4755403

Email: fredsfinefoods@xtra.co.nz

Name: Drumtalk.co.nz

Address:

Contact number: 09 8469663, Mob: 0211232037

Website: drumtalk.co.nz

Name/company: African Gems And Minerals

Address: Studio 79 Georges Terrace

Albany, North shore

Auckland

Contact: Number 09 4471389

Name/Company: Paul Ince Adjei

Address: 81 Huia Rd, Otahuhu

Auckland

Contact Number: 02102264314

Name/Company: Inside Africa

Address: 588 Chapel rd

Botany down

Auckland

Contact Number: 09 2651626

Email: insideafrica.lik@gmail.com

Name/Company: Raymond Hani and Kave Paky

Address: Commercial Cleaning

Contact number: 0800505250, Mob: 021844634

Email: raymoani@yahoo.co.nz
Website: http://www.greenacres.co.nz

Name/Company: Russell Page LLB

Address: 137 Victoria Street West,

Cnr Victoria Street and Nelson street, Central City, Auckland

Contact: 09 308 6419, 021322233 Fax: 09 308 6409

Email: Russell@pacificandglobal.co.nz
Website: immigration@pacificandglobal.co.nz

 

Name/company: African Thatch Roofing

Address: 9 Arrenway Dve

Albany

Contact Number: 09 4782281

Name/company: African Teak Ltd

Address: 81 Roberta cre, Orewa, HBC

Auckland

Contact Number: 09 4267671

Name/company: African Enterprise New Zealand ltd

Address: P O Box 19149, Avondale

Auckland

Contact Number: 09 5791287

Name/Company: Inside Africa/Shyan Singh

Address: 1a Bus comp road, Henderson

Auckland

Contact Number: 09 837 0101

Name/Company: Fred’s Fine foods – South African food

Address: 52 Oteha Valley rd, Unit H, Seville shops,

Albany

Auckland

Contact Number: 09 475 5403

Email: fredsfinefoods@xtra.co.nz

Name/Company: Inside Africa

Address: Unit 7, Bishop’s Gat Business Centre

Te Irirangi drive,

Bishop Dunn place

Contact: 09 273 5342 Fax: 64 927 35242

Name/Company: Inside Africa

Address: 300 Te Iririrangi Drive

Botany south, Auckland

Contact: 09 2735242

Website: http://www.insiedafrica

Name/company: African Enterprise New Zealand

Address: P O Box 912023 Victoria Street,

Auckland

Contact: 09 5791287

Email: info@africaenterprise.co.nz
Website: http://aeinternational.org/newzealand

 

 

 

 

Dance Clubs

Koffie African Dance Workshop
Tue 8:00 PM UTC+13 · 22 Webb St, Mt Cook, Wellington 6011, New Zealand

Churches

 

Name/company: African inland Mission international
Address: 290 Dom rd
Auckland
Contact Number: 09 6206231

 

Name/Company: Christian Medical Centre
Dr. Emmanuel Ampofo
Address: 157a Wordsword Rd, Manurewa 2102
Auckland
Contact: Number: 09 2667007 Fax: 09 267 6742

 

Hair Salons/

Name/company: Africana Hair Braiding

Address: 398b great north rd,

Henderson, Waitakere

Contact Number: 09 8366416

Mobile: 0211777592

Website: Africana.co.nz

Name/Company Afro Hair Saloon

Address: 345-350 Karangahape road

Newton

Contact Number: 09 3095596

Name/company: Africana Hair Braiding

Address: 170 wellington street, Howick

Auckland

Contact Number: 09 5337085

Name: Nafric Hair Braiding Saloon

Address: 44 George Street

Papatoetoe

Auckland

Contact Number: 09 2777345

Name/Company: Afri Braid and Styling

Address: 66a George St, Pop Cl

Contact Number 09 276 9910

Name/Company: Afro Pacific Hair Salon

Address: 86 Henderson Avenue

Mount Albert, Auckland

Contact: 09 846 5063

Email: nsiah14@yahoo.com

Name/company: Shushu Beauty Saloon

Address: 1/256 Great North Rd, Otahuhu

Auckland

Contact Number: 09 9088067, 0220782240

South African in New Zealand

Contacts: 021 1229116

Email: netbraiding@xtra.co.nz
Web: http://www.southafricans.co.nz

Afrodizza

2 York Street, Parnel, Auckland city

Contacts: 09 3661886

 

Mechanic shops

Name/company: Mar Automotive

7/20 Ashfield Road

Wairau Valley

North Shore

Contact Number: (09) 4446776)

Mobile : 0211231677

Web: http//fixmycar.web.com

Name/company: Kwame George

Address: Heavy Duty Mechanic

Contact Number: 02102673428

Email:

Website:

Address: Heavy Duty Mechanic

Contact Number: 02102673428

 

Social Help
Social Workers

New Zealand African Welfare Services Trust

38 Bruce Mclaren Road Henderson, Waitakere, Auckland

Contacts: (09)8381530 Mob: 0212074698

Email: info@africanwelfare.org.nz

 

 

 

 

Name/company: Ghanaian Association of New Zealand Inc

Address: P O Box 78308, Grey Lynn

Auckland

Email: ghanassoc@gmail.com

Name/company: NZ Oromo Association Inc/Abduru

Address: 92 Fonteyn Street

Contact Number: 02102319688

Email: razo_66@xtra.co.nz

Name/company: Ethiopian Association NZ

Address: 94 the avenue, Lynnfield

Auckland

Contact Number: 09 6266132

Name/company: Ethiopia Community of Auckland Inc

Address: 9 William Bloomfield Ave, Mt Roskill

Auckland

Contact Number: 09 620 2454

Email: zenebetsegon@msn.com

Name/company: NZ Oromo community/Abdul Ibrahim

Address: (previous) 217 Stoddard rd, Mt Roskill

Contact Number: 0211262618

Email: shabanz83@hotmail.com

Name/company: Maryke, South African – NZ institute of professional

Address: 7a William Pickering Drive, Albany

Auckland

Contact: 0508333153, 079286690

Email: quantuminfo@quegroup.co.nz
Website: http://www.qegroup.co.nz

Name/company: Association of Nigerians in NZ

Address: P O Box 17001, Green Lane

Auckland

Name/Company: Zimbabwean Association of New Zealand

Contact: Katiyo

Email: Zimbabweianna@yahoo.co.nz
Website: http://www.zimnz.org

 

With a population of 5 million Sydney is the largest city of Australia Sydney is home has the highest percentage of foreign-born people in Australia with 36% of its population the uniform born higher than any other city in Australia famous for its wonderful Harbor Bondi Beach and probably most notably the Sydney Harbour Bridge and or icons of just Sydney but landmarks and icons not just of Sydney but of Australia itself Sydney is one of the world’s most Multicultural cities however one thing that is surprising is that Sydney is not home too many blacks do not settle in Sydney kids do not settle and have not settled in Sydney and generally Melbourne is it surprising that even a Melbourne is the second largest city in Australia it is home to a large African Community and then Sydney however there are some Africans in Sydney most of who are the top three nationalities being liberians and Son Nigerians most most Africans live in the western suburbs of Sydney like lakemba and other places as well Sydney does have a high South African population in his homes the highest South African population in Australia however most of this South African population are white South Africans who usually blend in with the who’s winning with the white man authority of the white of white Australians Sydney altogether discounts in the population of South Africans about 20,000 Africans one reason why many people feel bad she doesn’t have a high African population is due to the fact that the cost of living in Sydney.

Lat Dior African Eatery
Down-to-earth, warm-coloured restaurant dishing up traditional African cuisine and beverages.
Address: 150 Enmore Rd, Enmore NSW 2042, Australia
Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 6PM
Phone: +61 2 9557 4467
Order: menulog.com.au, eatnow.com.au

 

King and Kings Restaurant
Address: 12 Restwell St, Bankstown NSW 2200, Australia, Bankstown NSW 2200, Australia
Hours: Opens soon ⋅ 8AM
Phone: +61 405 463 171

 

Aaboll Cafe
140 Merrylands Rd, Merrylands NSW 2160, Australia
Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 8:30PM
Phone: +61 2 8840 9076

Churches
Redeemed Christian Church of God
Enterprise Dr, Glendenning NSW 2761, Australia
Phone: +61 2 9675 4444

Living Word Worship Centre
1/2-6 Gladstone St, Merrylands NSW 2160, Australia
Phone: +61 2 9897 1411

AFM Sydney
10 Tottenham Pl, Glenfield NSW 2167, Australia
Phone: +61 2 9734 4056

 

 

 

Organizations

Ethiopian Community Association in NSW
Ghana Association of NSW
Hunter African Communities Council

 

 

Auckland Restaurants

Serengeti Restaurant (South African)
470 Beach Rd, Murrays Bay, North Shore 0630, New Zealand
Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 6PM Tue
Phone: +64 9-475 5988
Reservations: resdiary.com

Cafe Abysinnia
Shop 6/190 Stoddard Rd, Mount Roskill, Auckland 1041, New Zealand
Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 10:30AM Tue
Phone: +64 9-620 5599

Botswana Butchery
Ferry Building 99 Quay St, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand
Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 11PM
Phone: +64 9-307 6966

African Grocery Stores

Amaka Variety Shop
Shop 7, Hunters Plaza Shopping Centre (next to Kmart), 217 Great South Road, Papatoetoe, Auckland
Amaka welcomes inquiries from businesses looking to purchase wholesale.
Telephone:
09-277-4965

African Clothing Stores
357 Great North Road, Henderson (7,447.68 mi)
Auckland, New Zealand 0612
Get Directions
Highlights info row image
+64 9-836 0033

 

Stores

Name/Company: South African shop

 

Address: 2B Arklow Lane

Stanmore Bay

Contact number 09 4280850 South African shop

Name/Company: Amaka Variety Shop

 

Address 127 Great South Rd

Hunters corner Papatoetoe

Contact number 09277495

Email: help@amabeauty.com

Name/Company: S A Shop online

74 Clyde room

Browns Bay

Contact Number: 094823144

Email: info@sa.shoponline.com

Name/Company the South African Shop

Address: 6c Rosedale Rd,

Albany

Auckland

Contact: Number 09 4788016

Website: http://www.southafricanshop.co.nz

Name/Company: Amaano Shop

Address: 224-226 Stoddard

Mt Roskill

Name: Company: Ama Kiwi-South African in New Zealand

Address: 5 Buckleys rd

Linwood

Christchurch

Contact Number: 03 4200839

Website: http://www.amakiwi.co.nz

Name/Company: Avon Butchery

Address: 246 Apirana Ave

Glen Innes

Auckland

Contact Number: 095211452

Website: http://www.gopher.co.nz

Name/Company: Out of African

Address: 18 Remuera Rd

New Market

Auckland

Contact Number: 09 5245821

Email: http://www.outofafrica.co.nz

Name/Company: Inside Africa

Address: Unit 5 289 Colombo Street

Sydenham

Christchurch

Contact Number 03 4200839

Name/Company: Safari Meat SA Shop

Address: 5 Buckleys rd

Linwood

Christchurch

Contact: 3897703

Website: Safarimeats.com

Name/company: Taste Of Africa

Address: 4 Break Water Rd

Moturoa

New Plymouth

Contact Number: 097513001

Email: tasteof sa@hotmail.com

Name/Company: Inside Africa

Address: 253 Linwood rd

Auckland

Henderson

Contact Number: 09 8370101

http://www.insideafrica.conz

Name/Company: Inside Africa

Address: 7 Mercury Way

ANZ Business Centre

Albany

Auckland

Email: Insideafrica.luk@gmail.com
Contact Number: 09 440305448

Website: http://www.insideafrica.co.nz

Name: Inside Africa

Address: Unit 72 Bishop Dunn Pl

Botany South

Contact Number: 09 9273524

Website: http://www.insideafrica.co.nz

Name: Fred’s Fine Foods

Address: Unit H Seville shops

25 Oheha Valley Rd

Contact Number: 09 4755403

Email: fredsfinefoods@xtra.co.nz

Name: Drumtalk.co.nz

Address:

Contact number: 09 8469663, Mob: 0211232037

Website: drumtalk.co.nz

Name/company: African Gems And Minerals

Address: Studio 79 Georges Terrace

Albany, North shore

Auckland

Contact: Number 09 4471389

Name/Company: Paul Ince Adjei

Address: 81 Huia Rd, Otahuhu

Auckland

Contact Number: 02102264314

Name/Company: Inside Africa

Address: 588 Chapel rd

Botany down

Auckland

Contact Number: 09 2651626

Email: insideafrica.lik@gmail.com

Name/Company: Raymond Hani and Kave Paky

Address: Commercial Cleaning

Contact number: 0800505250, Mob: 021844634

Email: raymoani@yahoo.co.nz
Website: http://www.greenacres.co.nz

Name/Company: Russell Page LLB

Address: 137 Victoria Street West,

Cnr Victoria Street and Nelson street, Central City, Auckland

Contact: 09 308 6419, 021322233 Fax: 09 308 6409

Email: Russell@pacificandglobal.co.nz
Website: immigration@pacificandglobal.co.nz

 

Name/company: African Thatch Roofing

Address: 9 Arrenway Dve

Albany

Contact Number: 09 4782281

Name/company: African Teak Ltd

Address: 81 Roberta cre, Orewa, HBC

Auckland

Contact Number: 09 4267671

Name/company: African Enterprise New Zealand ltd

Address: P O Box 19149, Avondale

Auckland

Contact Number: 09 5791287

Name/Company: Inside Africa/Shyan Singh

Address: 1a Bus comp road, Henderson

Auckland

Contact Number: 09 837 0101

Name/Company: Fred’s Fine foods – South African food

Address: 52 Oteha Valley rd, Unit H, Seville shops,

Albany

Auckland

Contact Number: 09 475 5403

Email: fredsfinefoods@xtra.co.nz

Name/Company: Inside Africa

Address: Unit 7, Bishop’s Gat Business Centre

Te Irirangi drive,

Bishop Dunn place

Contact: 09 273 5342 Fax: 64 927 35242

Name/Company: Inside Africa

Address: 300 Te Iririrangi Drive

Botany south, Auckland

Contact: 09 2735242

Website: http://www.insiedafrica

Name/company: African Enterprise New Zealand

Address: P O Box 912023 Victoria Street,

Auckland

Contact: 09 5791287

Email: info@africaenterprise.co.nz
Website: http://aeinternational.org/newzealand

 

 

 

 

Dance Clubs

Koffie African Dance Workshop
Tue 8:00 PM UTC+13 · 22 Webb St, Mt Cook, Wellington 6011, New Zealand

Churches

 

Name/company: African inland Mission international
Address: 290 Dom rd
Auckland
Contact Number: 09 6206231

 

Name/Company: Christian Medical Centre
Dr. Emmanuel Ampofo
Address: 157a Wordsword Rd, Manurewa 2102
Auckland
Contact: Number: 09 2667007 Fax: 09 267 6742

 

Hair Salons/

Name/company: Africana Hair Braiding

Address: 398b great north rd,

Henderson, Waitakere

Contact Number: 09 8366416

Mobile: 0211777592

Website: Africana.co.nz

Name/Company Afro Hair Saloon

Address: 345-350 Karangahape road

Newton

Contact Number: 09 3095596

Name/company: Africana Hair Braiding

Address: 170 wellington street, Howick

Auckland

Contact Number: 09 5337085

Name: Nafric Hair Braiding Saloon

Address: 44 George Street

Papatoetoe

Auckland

Contact Number: 09 2777345

Name/Company: Afri Braid and Styling

Address: 66a George St, Pop Cl

Contact Number 09 276 9910

Name/Company: Afro Pacific Hair Salon

Address: 86 Henderson Avenue

Mount Albert, Auckland

Contact: 09 846 5063

Email: nsiah14@yahoo.com

Name/company: Shushu Beauty Saloon

Address: 1/256 Great North Rd, Otahuhu

Auckland

Contact Number: 09 9088067, 0220782240

South African in New Zealand

Contacts: 021 1229116

Email: netbraiding@xtra.co.nz
Web: http://www.southafricans.co.nz

Afrodizza

2 York Street, Parnel, Auckland city

Contacts: 09 3661886

 

Mechanic shops

Name/company: Mar Automotive

7/20 Ashfield Road

Wairau Valley

North Shore

Contact Number: (09) 4446776)

Mobile : 0211231677

Web: http//fixmycar.web.com

Name/company: Kwame George

Address: Heavy Duty Mechanic

Contact Number: 02102673428

Email:

Website:

Address: Heavy Duty Mechanic

Contact Number: 02102673428

 

Social Help
Social Workers

New Zealand African Welfare Services Trust

38 Bruce Mclaren Road Henderson, Waitakere, Auckland

Contacts: (09)8381530 Mob: 0212074698

Email: info@africanwelfare.org.nz

Website: http://www.africanwelfare.org.nz

Burnaboy – Soke

 

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Nigerian artist Burna Boy’s Song Soke is amazingly smooth and soothing to the soul. Enchanting, rich and compelling, it will have you exhausting your replay button. Providing another example of how Nigerian music never disappoints, we recommend Burnaboy to Nigeria’s ministry of Swagger.

Directed by amazingly talented director MattMax, many people credit him with being the originator of the mannequin challenge. The video for Soke was released on May 2, 2015, whereas the Black beetle Mannequin challenge video was made in September 2016.

 

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In this pulsating and visually electrifying video.  Yemi Alade showcases African creativity at its best. In this simple yet  amazing video. Yemi Alade show how e she is able to switch different genres of African music and at the same time still maintain her personality. Why is the song named Kofi Annan, because Kofi Annan is life. Bad girl, bad girl go down!

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In this sleek slightly Futuristic video  and billboard worthy song, DJ Maphorisa pulls out all the stops, with Busiswa delivering the lyrics and Sanelly delivering the jumpy tunes. The context of this song is that of a side-chick telling the main chick to do all she can to look good wear nikaboka shorts, lingerie, eye brows on fleek, but the side-chick will always be Midnight starring. We just called in sick to our doctor’s appointment, because is this song won’t make us leave our reset button alone.

 

National Rivalries

Asia

China-Japan Mildly Hateful

Korea vs Japan Mildly Hateful

India vs Pakistan Mildly hateful

Hong Kong – Singapore – Friendly

India vs China – Mild

Turkey vs Armenia – Hateful

Uzbekistan vs Turkimenistan – Hateful

UAE vs Qatar – Friendly

Oceania

Australia vs New Zealand-Friendly

Africa

Nigeria vs South Africa-Mild

Ethiopia vs Somalia – Hateful

Nigeria vs Ghana – Friendly

Ethiopia vs Eritrea – Hateful

Kenya vs Tanzania – Mild

South America

Brazil vs Argentina – Mild

Europe

England vs France – Mild

France vs Germany – Mild

Germany vs Russia- Mild

Spain vs England – Mild

England vs Russia – Mild

England vs Ireland – Friendly

North America

United States vs Canada – Friendly

United States vs China – Mild

United States vs Russia – Mildly unfriendly

United States vs EU – Mild

Dominican Republic vs Haiti – Hateful

Jamaica vs Trinidad and Tobago – Mild

Puerto Rico vs Dominican Republic – Mildy

Jamaica vs Puerto Rico – Mild

Mexico vs Puerto Rico – Mildly hateful

Richest Women in Ghana

Patricia Poku-Diaby

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Source Of Wealth: Plot Enterprise (Cocoa & Commodities)

Net Worth: $720 Million

Overall Rank: 8

Patricia Poku-Diaby was involved in her family’s business (trading and transportation) before she set up the Plot Enterprise Group in Ivory Coast, which was a precursor to the Ghanaian company.

Plot Enterprise Ghana is a wholly Ghanaian owned cocoa processing company. The group has market presence in Asia and West Africa and comprises; Plot Commodities (registered with the Dubai Metal and Commodities Centre in Dubai), Plot Enterprise in Ivory Coast and Plot Enterprise Ghana.

Plot Commodities deals in cotton and cocoa and is registered with the Cocoa Merchants Association of America. Plot Enterprise in Ivory Coast is engaged in the trading of cocoa, cashew nut and wood products.

Plot Enterprise Ghana has a plant which has an annual initial bean input capacity of 32,000 metric tonnes. The implementation of the project began in 2006 with trial runs starting in November 2009.The plant was fully commissioned in January 2010.

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2. Theresa Oppong-Beeko

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Source Of Wealth: Real Estate (Manet Group)

Net Worth: $420 Million

Overall Rank: 24

Real estate baroness Theresa Oppong-Beeko’s fortune is on the rise thanks to the massive properties she owns in the most expensive neighborhoods in Ghana. The Manet Group owns commercial office properties, over 2,000 apartments, a hotel; 48 room hotel with an amazing array of recreational and leisure activities on offer including Acqua sport and marlin fishing in Ada.

One of the biggest jumps in her assets, though, comes from owning the Manet Towers at Airport City in Accra, Ghana.

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3. Kate Quartey-Papafio

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Source Of Wealth: Cables (Reroy Cables Limited)

Net Worth: $250 Million

Overall Rank: 48

Kate Quartey-Papafio is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Reroy Cables Limited one of the leading manufacturers of electrical cables in Ghana. Reroy manufactures electrical and telecom cables and conductors predominantly for the international market but has a significant domestic presence as well. The company which now has a work force of over 100, started operations in 2003 and exports mostly to countries in the ECOWAS sub-region.

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4. Gifty Lamptey

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Source Of Wealth: Fertilizers (SIDALCO)

Net Worth: $135 Million

Overall Rank: 69

Gifty Lamptey is the largest individual shareholder in SIDALCO, one of West Africa’s largest fertilizer distributor. The businesswoman and mother of one inherited the estate and fertilizer company, making her one of the richest women in Ghana.

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5. 5. Grace Amey-Obeng

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Source Of Wealth: Cosmetics (FC Beauty Salon & Cosmetics)

Net Worth: $100 Million

Overall Rank: 79

The FC Group employs more than 98 people with an annual turnover of $ 15 million. The Group has eight branches in Ghana and exports to Nigeria, Burkina Faso,Togo, Ivory Coast, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

The Group’s subsidiaries includes FC Beauty College, Ghana’s premier beauty therapy training institution, FC Cosmetics Industries, manufacturers of Forever Clair skin care, hair and makeup products, and FC Skin & Beauty Klinik which offers beauty and wellness services to its clients.

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1. Maldives

2. Tahiti

3. Borocay and Palawan

4. Phuket

5. Hawaii

6. Fernando do Noronha, Brazil

7. Capri

8. Seychelles

9. Turks and Caicos

10. Vieques, Puerto Rico