Diversity & Inclusion in Sports: Anderson’s success serves as opportunity to highlight Africans’ contributions to tennis

“Sport has the power to change the world,” Nelson Mandela said addressing the first Laureus World Sports Awards Ceremony in Monaco, in 2000, the South African prisoner-turned-president provided supporting evidence to state his claim. “It has the power to inspire,” he said. “It has the power to unite people in a way that little else does. Sport can create … Continue reading Diversity & Inclusion in Sports: Anderson’s success serves as opportunity to highlight Africans’ contributions to tennis

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PHOTO & VIDEO GALLERY | An American Tale: Kevin Anderson’s US Open journey highlights S. Africans’ influence on American, global tennis

Later today in the 20-year-old Arthur Ashe Stadium, on the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center campus, America’s second oldest major sporting event will come to a conclusion. South African Kevin Anderson will take on Rafeal Nadal. Check out a few photos and videos of the good 'Old Boy.' https://twitter.com/kwesesports/status/906403651341754368/photo/1 https://www.instagram.com/p/BI3DkNRA-Gw/?taken-by=realifetennis https://www.instagram.com/p/BYzuLXfh9Op/?taken-by=usopen https://www.instagram.com/p/BY0x9ucFVd6/?taken-by=kandersonatp https://www.instagram.com/p/BY0_zVkBYkJ/?taken-by=usopenContinue reading PHOTO & VIDEO GALLERY | An American Tale: Kevin Anderson’s US Open journey highlights S. Africans’ influence on American, global tennis

Tech entrepreneur hosts South Africans during Philly Tech Week

Data scientist and tech entrepreneur, Jon Gosier, recently opened up to the tech community about his life as a venture capitalist, at the same time opening his doors to future leaders from South African. During FailFest, part of Philly Tech Week 2017 presented by Comcast, Gosier served as a panelist sharing lessons he learned from … Continue reading Tech entrepreneur hosts South Africans during Philly Tech Week

Uber Escapades: The ‘Americorp Berger pharmacutical’ connection

A month or so ago while ubering, I happen to pick up a fare near a beautiful building on the bustling and historic Cecil B. Moore Avenue, close to Temple University's main campus in lower North Philly.  During the brief ride shuttling the young professional couple down Cecil B. - they were headed to Alamodak Restaurant … Continue reading Uber Escapades: The ‘Americorp Berger pharmacutical’ connection