Married To Africa

Author: G. Pascal Zachary
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416594620
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In Married to Africa, Zachary tells their warm and humorous story, which is as much about the marriage of two cultures as it is about the marriage of two people. Chizo introduces Zachary to an Africa usually overlooked by visitors.

Modern Marriage In Africa

Author: Iruoma Iheanyi Hycenth
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1452012067
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African marriage was all about morals but, today, African marriage is all about money, hence the modern day marriage in Africa cannot resist marriage storms.

Violence Against Women In South Africa

Author: Human Rights Watch/Africa
Publisher: Human Rights Watch
ISBN: 9781564321626
Size: 66.32 MB
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Historically, all women of whatever race have been disadvantaged under South
African law; however, as in all other areas of life, Africans were especially
disadvantaged. Moreover, while the legal status of women has significantly
improved over the last decade — most recently, the taxation of married women
has been put on a equal footing and housing subsidies and other benefits for
state employees have largely been equalized — state and traditional authorities
continue to ...

African Marriage And Social Change

Author: Lucy P. Mair
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136987371
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In the group of tribes extending across the greater part of the Belgian Congo,
northern Angola, Northern Rhodesia, the southern part of Nyasaland and the
adjoining parts of Portuguese East Africa the rules of marriage and family life
differ in many ways from those of the southern Bantu. Matrilineal Kinship Typical,
though not universal, in this area is the system of matrilineal descent. Whereas, in
the greater part of the world, the relationship of a child to his father's kin is more
important ...

African American Psychology

Author: Faye Z Belgrave
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1412965551
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Interracial couples were perceived as less compatible than intraracial couples.
Marrying outside of one's race was seen as a professional liability for men.White
men who marriedAfricanAmericanorAsian women were perceived as less likely
to be professionally successful than men in same-race marriages. White and
African American couples were viewed as less compatible than White and Asian
couples.The White sample also found it more difficult to imagine being married to
an ...

The Girl Who Married A Lion

Author: Alexander McCall Smith
Publisher: Canongate Books
ISBN: 1847676979
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Surprising and humorous, these beautifully rendered tales demonstrate McCall Smith's renowned storytelling skills.

The Real Deal

Author: Kofi Quaye
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1465330437
Size: 53.49 MB
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We're sending him back to Africa. The law requires us to break all ties with ... “
Well, at this point, in three days, he will be headed back to Africa, unless, of
course, he got married.” “Married?” “Married! Yes, married. ... “No officer; he's not
married. As a matter of fact, he's my boyfriend. We've been seeing each other for
some time now.” The officer nodded. A shadow ofa smile crept across his face “
Now, I know why you're so concerned. Think about it, hon'. It's quite possible for
you to do ...

Marry Me In Africa

Author: E. Kofi Agorsah
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781477228777
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African Foundations E. Kofi Agorsah. families and witnesses, the marriage gifts
were examined and handed over to the girl's family. The central rite of the
marriage ceremony was the handing over of a dog by the bridegroom to the
bride's father. The bride was then led in a procession to the groom's house, and
the aunt or an elder woman of her mother's side remained with her for the first two
nights to introduce her to married life. Among the Anga, the wedding day was
marked by a ...

Marriage And Civilization

Author: William Tucker
Publisher: Regnery Publishing
ISBN: 1621572196
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And there the search for the origins of African American single moth- erhood
more or less came to an end. After two previous vetoes, President Bill Clinton
finally signed a welfare reform bill in 1996 and the debate faded into the past.
While welfare dependency lessened, mainly through single mothers entering the
work force, marriage rates did not improve and a staggering 80 percent of black
children are still born out of wed- lock. The question then remains, what
happened? Why did ...

Africa Bible Commentary

Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 031087128X
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Marriage has traditionally been a community affair. However, God, who
established the institution, made Eve for Adam as a suitable helper to him (
singular). The exhortations on marriage in the NT focus on a husband and wife.
Therefore, while marriage may be within a community, it is not between the
community and the wife. It is between a husband and a wife. The community's
role is to help the two succeed in their relationship. In Genesis we read that, 'For
this reason a man will ...