This site was created for you. An organisation for all Africans living in New Zealand. A place where information is shared. A forum for ensuring mental sustenance for future generations. The link between Africa and New Zealand. Our home away from home. ACOFI will only become what we want it to be when we all pull together with that African spirit that we are well known for. Let’s be enlightened and participate in New Zealand life. This is our home now. Let us teach our children about their origins so that they have roots and they can grow strong. Let us allow our children to learn about the New Zealand way of life so that they can have wings to fly and excel in life.
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Miss & Mr Africa New Zealand (MANZ) 2015
AYTS (African Youth Talent Showcase) Christchurch 2015
Thank you so much for your continuous support and contribution to our research titled: African youth safety and experiences with the New Zealand justice system. There is an opportunity for you to come and support Associate Professor Camille Nakhid and Guled Mire when they present some of the findings from the research at the Aotearoa NZ Conference on Therapeutic Jurisprudence 2015 on Friday, 4th September 2015 at 10:30 AM (Day two, session three).
The two-day conference will take place on Level 0 of the University of Auckland’s Owen G Glenn Building, 12 Grafton Road, Auckland City Campus of the University of Auckland. The rooms will be clearly signposted as you enter the main entrance of this Faculty. Please click here on teh following link more infomation http://tjaotearoa.org.nz/?page_id=35
AUT African Students Club
African Film Festival New Zealand (AFFNZ) 2015
The African Film Festival New Zealand (AFFNZ) 2015 is brought to you by the African Film Festival New Zealand Trust.
WHEN: 9-15 April 2015
WHERE: Rialto Cinema, Newmarket, Auckland
It is t first African Film Festival in New Zealand and the organisers have planned seven magical nights of the best contemporary cinema, with ten films from across the continent. The festival will showcase drama, comedy, documentary, music and children’s genres, bringing New Zealanders together to be entertained and inspired by the passion and dynamism of African film. The AFFNZ will join the international circuit of African Film Festivals, helping to foster relationships between Kiwi and African film makers. The world’s biggest Pan-African film festival, FESPACO, are now official partners, along with the Royal African Society’s Film Africa in London, New York African Film Festival and Tokyo African Film Festival.
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For AFFNZ Facebook page, please click HERE
Please feel free to invite family, friends and anyone who might be interested to learn about career opportunities within the NZ Police.