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June 11, 2019

Ross-Dillon Player leads South African one-two at Red Bull Megaloop

Ross-Dillon Player and Oswald Smith claimed an incredible South African 1-2 finish at the Red Bull Megaloop at Zandvoort.

Ross-Dillon Player and compatriot Oswald Smith did South Africa proud at the Red Bull Megaloop Kite Surfing event in Zandvoort on Saturday.

Organizers have waited two years for the conditions to align perfectly to allow 16 kiteboarders to show off their biggest megaloops in the most extreme weather conditions.

The event was confirmed on Thursday, when the weekend weather forecasts predicted winds of over 40 knots would hit the Dutch coast at Zandvoort. That have the contestants from all over the globe just 48 hours to make their way to the [...]

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June 11, 2019

Port Elizabeth’s dancing Ivanah impresses US actor Will Smith

Nine million.

That is how many people have watched a Port Elizabeth child’s dancing video after Hollywood heavyweights Jada Pinkett-Smith and hubby Will Smith reposted a video to Instagram of the little girl busting a move in the street.

The video of six-year-old dancing sensation Ivanah Campbell jiving to Paga A Bebida Da Bela by DjBBoy has been shared by other verified Instagrammers such as the Nigerian Afropop singer and songwriter Yemi Alade, and by Okay Africa, a digital media platform dedicated to African culture, music and politics.

Pinkett-Smith was delighted to come across the little girl, captioning her post: “This girl has life figured out! [...]

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June 11, 2019

A platform for Africa’s mobile innovators

Africa’s Talking gives entrepreneurs on the continent an easy way to add voice- and text-based functions to their solutions.

Sam Gikandi ’05 SM ’06 and Eston Kimani ’05 have always believed in the potential of Africa’s entrepreneurial community. Their years at MIT, beginning in 2001 when they left their home country of Kenya, only reinforced that belief.

Through the MIT-Africa initiative and other campus programs that allowed them to work in regions across the African continent, they met hundreds of established and aspiring software developers, many of whom were in various stages of starting companies.

In order for these developers to maximize their impact, [...]

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