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 Our Goal at Search Africa, is to make Africa More visible on the World Wide Web. That is, we created a search engine powered by Google, which only provide information pertaining to Africa. We Provide free advertising to both small and large African owned business and institutions. 
 We are working with universities and colleges to create a Free Online University to help African in remotes parts of Africa to have access to first World Education. We have information snacks banks ( which provide quick knowledge about Africa), We have partnership programs, allowing you to share you information about Africa through our portal 
Join Us Today and Lets Work Together 
Together with can help people find All Things Africa
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Our Goal @ Search Africa, is to make Africa More visible on the World Wide Web. That is, we created a search engine powered by Google, which only provide information pertaining to Africa. We Provide free advertising to both small and large African owned business and institutions. 
 We are working with universities and colleges to create a Free Online University to help African in remotes parts of Africa to have access to first World Education. We have information snacks banks ( which provide quick knowledge about Africa), We have partnership programs, allowing you to share you information about Africa through our portal 
Join Us Today and Lets Work Together 
Together with can help people find All Things Africa
follows us on Twitter @AllSearchAfrica

About Us
Free Advertising (limited time), contact us and find out how we can advertise for your organization for FREE through our site and SEARCH ENGINE. This is our way of helping your African owned business become more visible on the World Wide Web, Lots of request are coming in, so please hurry and submit yours today and become part of this growing networking
Our Partnerships
We are partnering with great organizations such as yours from all around the World. No Organization is too small or large for our partnership. The way we see it, the more sources that provide information about Africa, the better your search experience will be.So Why not partner with us and help Africa become part of the ever growing World Wide Web
Online University
Search Africa is partnering with Universities and Colleges, from all around the World. Our Goal is to provide high quality education to African living in remote parts of Africa and also to those who cannot afford the traditional process. If you are an educational institution, please join us in this effort. Our Goal is to be able to launch by 2014
Educate With Us!
Info By Countries
Did you know that Africa is the Second Largest Continent in the World with over a billion people? But did you also know, that there are only six countries in Africa which uses the internet frequently and that it account for only 15% of The Worlds internet Usage?

Our Vision

Our Goal at Search Africa, is to make Africa More visible on the World Wide Web. That is, we created a search engine powered by Google, which only provide information pertaining to Africa. We Provide free advertising to both small and large African owned business and institutions.

We are working with universities and colleges to create a Free Online University to help African in remotes parts of Africa to have access to first World Education. We have information snacks banks ( which provide quick knowledge about Africa), We have partnership programs, allowing you to share you information about Africa through our portal

Join Us Today and Lets Work Together

Together with can help people find All Things Africa

follows us on Twitter @AllSearchAfric

Our Goal @ Search Africa, is to make Africa More visible on the World Wide Web. That is, we created a search engine powered by Google, which only provide information pertaining to Africa. We Provide free advertising to both small and large African owned business and institutions.

We are working with universities and colleges to create a Free Online University to help African in remotes parts of Africa to have access to first World Education. We have information snacks banks ( which provide quick knowledge about Africa), We have partnership programs, allowing you to share you information about Africa through our portal

Join Us Today and Lets Work Together

Together with can help people find All Things Africa

follows us on Twitter @AllSearchAfrica



About Us

Free Advertising (limited time), contact us and find out how we can advertise for your organization for FREE through our site and SEARCH ENGINE. This is our way of helping your African owned business become more visible on the World Wide Web, Lots of request are coming in, so please hurry and submit yours today and become part of this growing networking

Our Partnerships

We are partnering with great organizations such as yours from all around the World. No Organization is too small or large for our partnership. The way we see it, the more sources that provide information about Africa, the better your search experience will be.So Why not partner with us and help Africa become part of the ever growing World Wide Web

Online University

Search Africa is partnering with Universities and Colleges, from all around the World. Our Goal is to provide high quality education to African living in remote parts of Africa and also to those who cannot afford the traditional process. If you are an educational institution, please join us in this effort. Our Goal is to be able to launch by 2014

Educate With Us!

Info By Countries

Did you know that Africa is the Second Largest Continent in the World with over a billion people? But did you also know, that there are only six countries in Africa which uses the internet frequently and that it account for only 15% of The Worlds internet Usage?


Have you heard of Azonto?

Its a popular dance From Ghana, in West Africa

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P Square - Alingo [Official Video]

Have you heared of P Square, they are a Nigerian Musical group

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I NO FIT LIE by Obj, dsp, Illmyk, & OvieSo

Did you know that these Amazing up and coming Artists are from Africa

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United we Stand, United we Fall, learn more at

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beauty— Acrylic on canvas 16x20 by Otis Zeon
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beauty— Acrylic on canvas 16x20 by Otis Zeon

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Into Africa from Elaine Barker   
ReBlog by Search Africa.org


Dear Colleagues.

I have decided to tell you about the World Gift Africa trip in the form of a serial. Each week in the staff bulletin I will write about each day to share something of this wonderful experience with all of you. For the first instalment I have decided to provide a bit of background for all the new staff that have joined our community this year. Here goes.

In January 2008 I was approached by David Ross the Chief Executive of a non profit organisation called Partners in Innovation. We had worked with David before and he was instrumental in helping me to set up Science 4U ( another story ). He came with an idea for a Great Debate where young people came up with a “ Big Idea “ to form a Solution for the Planet. Students would work in teams and after some input would formulate their idea backed up with a 5 minute presentation, a business plan and a skills action plan. As a school we agreed to participate and a successful bid for Enterprise funding meant that we had the resources to go ahead. Unlike other schools who had signed up we wanted to run this project with a whole Year group, Year 9….Read More »

Into Africa from Elaine Barker   

ReBlog by Search Africa.org

Dear Colleagues.

I have decided to tell you about the World Gift Africa trip in the form of a serial. Each week in the staff bulletin I will write about each day to share something of this wonderful experience with all of you. For the first instalment I have decided to provide a bit of background for all the new staff that have joined our community this year. Here goes.

In January 2008 I was approached by David Ross the Chief Executive of a non profit organisation called Partners in Innovation. We had worked with David before and he was instrumental in helping me to set up Science 4U ( another story ). He came with an idea for a Great Debate where young people came up with a “ Big Idea “ to form a Solution for the Planet. Students would work in teams and after some input would formulate their idea backed up with a 5 minute presentation, a business plan and a skills action plan. As a school we agreed to participate and a successful bid for Enterprise funding meant that we had the resources to go ahead. Unlike other schools who had signed up we wanted to run this project with a whole Year group, Year 9….Read More »

Swaziland’s virgins (bare-breasted girls) dance naked for their KING

Tens of thousands of virgin maidens danced on Monday for Swaziland’s King Mswati III in a traditional reed dance at Ludzidzini palace outside the capital Mbabane.
The final day of the annual dance attracted a record 70,000 girls, some of them as young as six years of age.
The girls - dressed in colourful Swazi regalia - came from all corners of the mountain kingdom in a display of pride in their culture and virtue.
The ceremony has a more serious mission - to draw attention to AIDS and encourage abstinence among young women, in a small southern African nation ravaged by AIDS and poverty.
Swaziland has one of the highest AIDS prevalence rates in the world, with almost 40 per cent of adults affected, according to UN data.
"As a young Swazi woman, it is very important for me to here. I have been attending the dance since I was 14 years of age," university student Landile Hlongwa, 24, told AFP.
King Mswati has 13 wives, and he could pick another from among the dancers.
"Being chosen by the king would be a bonus for me. I would like occupy one of the royal palaces one day," Hlongwa said shyly.
In 2005 the monarch triggered an outcry when he selected a 17-year-old to be his 13th wife just days after he ended an official ban on sex for girls younger than 18.
The bare-breasted maidens - led by the king’s own daughters - sang and chanted traditional songs before thousands of spectators and tourists who gathered at a sports field outside the palace.
Groups of girls, some clad in sarongs bearing the face of Africa’s last absolute monarch, took turns in dancing to traditional rhythms while some of the queens and other royals joined in.
"This year’s record attendance is an indication that our children have more understanding of what our culture is about," said event co-ordinator Irene Ngwane.
This year’s ceremony precedes a controversial “40-40” celebration to mark the impoverished kingdom’s 40 years of independence from Britain as well as the king’s birthday.
That much-anticipated event has touched off unprecedented demonstrations against international shopping trips by the royal family and the purchase of luxury cars at a time when most Swazis live in poverty.
The lavish celebration takes place Saturday.
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