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Chef wants to give African food a bigger stage

The Lufkin News 20 Sep 2020
Today, he runs a recurring pop-up called Dakar NOLA at the Southern Food & Beverage Museum ... For instance, the main difference between the beignets he tried at Cafe du Monde and the beignets he ate as street food snacks in Dakar is the pronunciation of the name (something like “bin-yet” for him, as opposed to the local “ben-yay”).
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Senegal's start-up act to boost female-led business in first for West Africa

Canada Dot Com 21 Feb 2020
DAKAR, Feb 21 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – ... ‘It’s too scary, I don’t understand the system, I can’t afford it,” said 39-year-old Thiam, who started Kepaarel, a cafe and co-working space geared toward mothers in Senegal’s capital Dakar.
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Food bloggers bring Africa's rich cuisines to the world

The Philadelphia Tribune 10 Jan 2019
NGAPAROU, Senegal — In the quiet hours before lunch, two women worked side by side in an airy kitchen. One, a chef, cleaned fresh red snapper filets with a sharp knife. The other, a filmmaker, pointed her camera into a large pot of simmering vegetables ... “Low heat,” said 38-year-old Touty Sarr, who runs the kitchen of a popular cafe in Dakar ... ....
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Food bloggers bring Africa’s rich cuisines to the world

The Herald-Sun 06 Jan 2019
In the quiet hours before lunch, two women worked side by side in an airy kitchen ... "Low heat," said 38-year-old Touty Sarr, who runs the kitchen of a popular cafe in Dakar ... .
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Food bloggers bring Africa’s rich cuisines to the world | The Sacramento Bee

Sacramento Bee 06 Jan 2019
In the quiet hours before lunch, two women worked side by side in an airy kitchen ... "Low heat," said 38-year-old Touty Sarr, who runs the kitchen of a popular cafe in Dakar ... .
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'Fighting for survival', Senegal's gay community is on its own

This is Money 27 Sep 2018
They hate us," said Omar, whose name has been changed for his protection, speaking in a low voice at a cafe in the capital, Dakar ... Omar was staying with friends last year in a suburb of Dakar when about 30 men broke in at 1.00 am and beat them, stealing their phones and money and shouting anti-gay slurs, he said.
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Now, more than ever, Golden Knights need ‘The Igniter’

Las Vegas Review-Journal 06 Jun 2018
Down 3-1 in the Stanley Cup Final, the Vegas Golden Knights can use a boost ... We’d call such a person “The Igniter.”. Wait. He exists. Maybe you’ve seen Cameron Hughes in action at T-Mobile ... Wassa on the move ... A native of Dakar, Senegal, who immigrated to the U.S. as a teenager, Coulibaly hopes to add a cafe to her next project ... 10 ... .
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Can Africa fight cybercrime and preserve human rights?

BBC News 10 Apr 2015
By Tom Jackson Cape Town. 10 April 2015. From the section Business. As internet usage rises in Africa, so does cybercrime. Think cybercrime and Africa, and most people in the developed world think of the notorious 419 email scam ... Victims ... Access believes the AU should lead these efforts ... A woman uses a tablet at an internet cafe in Dakar, Senegal ... Access ... .
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FIFA rejects US prosecutor Michael Garcia's 'corruption appeal' against 2018 and 20122 World Cup bids

DNA India 11 Jun 2014
Goa government makes arrangements to avoid law and order problems during second semifinal leg Kerala Blasters book ISL final berth in stunning result CS Santosh to be first Indian biker to take part in Dakar Rally ... Hostage escapes, runs out of the cafe Steve Smith hits a glorious ...
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Senegal's 'first internet tablet cafe'

BBC News 14 Jun 2013
... an internet cafe in Dakar has swapped all his PCs for tablets computers.
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Google sponsors first tablet cybercafé in Dakar

Treehugger 12 Jun 2013
To that end, Google is sponsoring a trial of a tablet cafe in Dakar, called the Equinox, which now has 15 tablet computers to replace their desktop models, all of which are available to users for the same price as a normal session (about $0.60 USD per hour).
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Google launches world's first tablet cafe

The Times of India 10 Jun 2013
DAKAR. Among the washer women, carpenters, busy waiters and squabbling children sweltering under the midday sun on this dusty Dakar street an internet revolution is taking place in the world's first tablet cafe ... Then along comes Google which offered funding last year to turn one cyber cafe in Africa into a pilot tablet cafe.
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World’s first tablet cafe promises a revolution

The Times of India 10 Jun 2013
DAKAR. Among the washer women, carpenters, busy waiters and squabbling children sweltering under the midday sun on this dusty Dakar street an internet revolution is taking place in the world's first tablet cafe ... Then along comes Google which offered funding last year to turn one cyber cafe in Africa into a pilot tablet cafe.
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World’s first tablet cybercafe opens in Senegal

Taipei Times 09 Jun 2013
Among the washerwomen, carpenters, busy waiters and squabbling children sweltering under the midday sun on this dusty Dakar street an Internet revolution is taking place in the world’s first tablet cafe ... “This is the first tablet cafe in the world, a cafe that works with tablets,” said Tidiane Deme, the head of Google in French-speaking Africa.

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