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Homecoming Revolution: African New Yorkers want to come home

Homecoming Revolution: African New Yorkers want to come home

At Homecoming Revolution's Speed Meet: New York event on 25 September 2015, Africans living and working in the United States expressed their desire to return to the continent to take advantage of the exciting career opportunities and the potential for innovation offered by Africa.

Homecoming Revolution: African New Yorkers want to come home

At Homecoming Revolution's Speed Meet: New York event on 25 September 2015, Africans living and working in the United States expressed their desire to return to the continent to take advantage of the exciting career opportunities and the potential for innovation offered by Africa.

African history gets animation treatment

The founding of Botswana by King Khama III; the bravery of Bilal Ibn Rabah; the quest of Adama in a foreign, war-torn land – Africa's stories are being retold in a modern format, from an African perspective, to an audience who may not know them.

Mbeki to reach out to African diaspora

Former president Thabo Mbeki has thrown his weight behind Africa's brain gain, which he believes can spark an African Renaissance. He will be among numerous important guests at the Speed Meet Jozi in Sandton today. It is hosted by Homecoming Revolution and Brand South Africa.

Artists give their impression of Madiba

Nelson Mandela at the centre of a mandala, handing over the Rugby World Cup, as a rock – people are encouraged to use these and other artists' images as their profile pictures this month.

#HeartAfrica pulls emotional strings

When you leave Africa, you leave a piece of yourself behind. This yearning for the continent has sparked a campaign to show the passion Africans have for their land.

Join Brand South Africa live on Twitter with Homecoming Revolution’s Angel Jones

Join Brand South Africa on Wednesday 18 March for a 20-minute live-tweeting conversation with the inspirational Angel Jones, founder and CEO of Homecoming Revolution. The session will reach out to Global South Africans for questions on contributing to skills and employment in South Africa.

Seeing South Africa through the eyes of foreign investors

My brother has just returned to South Africa after living in Geneva for 14 years. He is going to reside in Johannesburg and work for Discovery Health and he is deliriously happy, writes Jeremy Gardiner of Investec Asset Management.

Homecoming Revolution expands to African diaspora

Fifteen years ago, after seven years working in London, Angel Jones felt the tug of home when she heard Nelson Mandela speak in Trafalgar Square. She came back to South Africa and, in 2003, set up Homecoming Revolution as a non-profit organisation to encourage expats to return, and smooth their trip home.

Helping the SA Diaspora to give back

Acknowledging the important role the South African Diaspora can play in shaping the future of the country, Homecoming Revolution has launched an online giving community to enable South Africans living abroad to connect with thousands of good causes across the country.