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Sam Jonah: Extractives, climate change and energy transition: what the future holds for Africa

Joy Online 01 Dec 2022
Distinguished guests, Ladies, and Gentlemen, I am happy to be here as the fifth Speaker in this series – Hakeem and Myma Belo-Osagie Distinguished Lecture on African Business and Entrepreneurship ... There were even areas within the mine especially residential parts where Africans were not allowed, except for cooks and stewards.
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The food & beverage sector in Canada boasts an array of different tastes and colours

B & FT Online 30 Nov 2022
From our favourite African chop bars to our home-cooked Middle Eastern dishes, the choices are endless ... Many Lebanese immigrants have started home businesses where they cook home-made meals, cater and deliver all over the city where they live – Hummus, Kibbeh, Tabbouleh.
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Author David L. Preston reflects on 'consequential' French and Indian War

The Post and Courier 30 Nov 2022
Joseph Louis Cook. A Native American warrior who was the son of an enslaved African father and an Indian mother. As a member of the Indian-French contingent, Cook battled against the British in the French and Indian War ... Cook became a commissioned officer in the Continental Army ...
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Marietta's Ojulari family has split allegiances for SEC title game

Morgan Citizen 30 Nov 2022
Three years ago, BJ Ojulari walked toward Mercedes-Benz Stadium with an LSU hat and his mother instructed him not to wear it. They were there to support his older brother, Azeez, a rising star at outside linebacker for Georgia ... "Move from here." ... 14 LSU and No ... She cooked African meals and showed them movies to help them learn their roots ... .
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Kwame Onwuachi's new restaurant pays tribute to New York and survival

The Philadelphia Tribune 29 Nov 2022
Onwuachi grew up on Creole, Jamaican and West African dishes, sometimes cooked in his mother’s kitchen and sometimes prepared at his grandfather’s compound in Igbuzo, Nigeria, where a young wayward Onwuachi spent two years to “learn respect,” as Robinson described it in the chef’s memoir.
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Gregory Gourdet’s Kann is unlike any restaurant Portland has seen before

The Oregonian 29 Nov 2022
During 2019′s Feast Portland festival, Gourdet shared a few of those same dishes — and a stage — with some of the most prominent Black chefs in America, placing his twice-cooked griyo pork and chicken rubbed in epis — a Haitian marinade with African roots typically blending ...
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New public art installation to honor Muskegon Heights marching band’s legacy

Michigan Live 28 Nov 2022
The new project, “Band Together,” will be a 12-foot-tall, bronze sculpture of a Muskegon Heights Public Schools Marching Band drum major, designed by Floyd Cook Jr., the first African American drum major for Muskegon Heights in 1958 ... The MuskegonCity Project Art Initiative had raised $129,100 of the total goal as of last week, with $65,900 to go.
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West’s sanctions contradict goals

Independent online (SA) 27 Nov 2022
As a result, African states would be forced to continue to use dirty fuels to cook food or warm themselves, while Western corporations would continue to extract crude and gas on the continent for the needs of the Global North, according to the oil economist.
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Meet Mzansi’s top chefs

Independent online (SA) 26 Nov 2022
In 2018, she collaborated with South African meal kit service UCOOK and went on to launch Füdy, her own plant-based dark kitchen, and early last year, Pather released Eat Glocal, an e-book on Indian South African cooking.Kobus Van der Merwe ... studied at Peter Kump’s cooking school.
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Mawa McQueen expands empire with Mawita in Snowmass and first cookbook, ‘Mawa’s Way’

Aspen Times 26 Nov 2022
“I sucked at school, and the only thing I knew how to do was cook,” she remembered ... African Pastel, Mawa’s Kitchen, Aspen ... I had to think about what I was passionate about, and I realized I love African and Middle Eastern food and wanted to go in that direction and found a new love for cooking and food,” she said.
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Don’t roux the day, make gumbo

The News-Enterprise 26 Nov 2022
It’s a plethora of taste and techniques from African, European and Indigenous peoples cooking styles all muddled together somewhere in the depths of southern Louisiana ... Roux is simply equal parts by weight of fat and flour cooked together until the flour is toasted ... Generally a roux is cooked on the stove top stirring nearly constantly.
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Nigeria and African Energy Poverty and Gas-To-Power Projects: Build More and Build Better [GGP]

Natural Gas World 24 Nov 2022
As the executive chairman of the African Energy Chamber (AEC), it’s my honor and my privilege to tell the world the story of Africa’s oil and gas industry – to explain what this continent can do to help power the world and fuel its own future ... As noted in the AEC’s recently released report, “The State of African Energy.
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Agrodolce squash hits sweet, sour notes as Thanksgiving side

TimesDaily 24 Nov 2022
Sweet and sour in Italian cooking, or agrodolce, has roots that predate the Romans, but credit Sicily— and the North African influence on their cuisine — with keeping it alive ... .
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Witness: “Surrounded by walls, I just wished I could see the moon”

Human Rights Watch 24 Nov 2022
But he spent his first days and nights in Canada in immigration detention ... I answered all their questions,” he told me ... “They refused ... In 2020, Walid started working at a North African restaurant ... “I cook and serve tables; I cover whatever need arises.” After waiting several years for his refugee hearing, Waild was finally granted refugee protection.

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