Africa’s sons & daughters

Homecoming Revolution is featured in the December edition of Sawubona Magazine: The African Homecoming Revolution believes Africa deserves to get its skills back and is calling Africans home from the diaspora to become part of the dawning of the continent. Grab yourself a copy when travelling with SAA, or you can read the article here.

“It’s okay to love and hate Africa” Diaspora Insights revealed at Homecoming Revolution event

Last week top Africans from South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Uganda and Kenya attended the 1st Homecoming Revolution VIP Think-tank hosted at Norton Rose Fulbright offices in Johannesburg. Says, Angel Jones, CEO & Founder of Homecoming Revolution, “We wanted to find the key themes that drive African diaspora aspirations. We’re rolling out our South African best […]

Aly-Khan Satchu to be a Keynote Speaker for Homecoming Revolution London Expo 2014

One of Kenya’s most influential investment gurus is also a homecomer.  Aly-Khan Satchu will be sharing his homecoming journey and drawing the crowds at the Homecoming Revolution London Expo on 15th & 16th  March 2014. Founder and CEO of Rich Management Limited, and described as one of the “founding-fathers of the Nairobi Stock Exchange”, Aly-Khan’s message to the African Diaspora is all about coming home […]

Homecoming Revolution attends EO East Africa launch in Nairobi

Many top entrepreneurs attending the glittering launch of the East African chapter of Entrepreneur’s Organisation – a global network of successful business owners in over 41 countries. And Homecoming Revolution was there to celebrate, in partnership with Norton Rose Fulbright. Comments Angel Jones, CEO of Homecoming Revolution, “It is always so exciting to witness the […]

Africans in diaspora encouraged to return home

Africans in the diaspora are being encouraged to return to the continent thereby assisting in its growth and development. “What is amazing about an African returning is that they’ve got that tenacity because they made it abroad, they’ve got their global expertise, they’ve got their local understanding of community business knowledge at home and they’ve […]


EXPANDED TO INCLUDE SUB-SAHARAN AFRICANS TOO On a freezing cold morning in 1999, Madiba stood on the steps of the SA embassy in London’s Trafalgar Square and looked over a sea of South African faces. “I love you all so much”, he said, “I want to put you in my pocket and take you home.” […]

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