Maize Break

Maize Break, Africa's most outstanding source for news and information, is the brain child of my extremely talented wife, Malaka.

Maize Break

Maize Break - Africa’s most outstanding source for news and information; is the brain child of my extremely talented wife, Malaka.  One day, about a month and a half ago, she she dropped an interesting idea to me for a new website that featured satirical and ironic news and information about Africa and the African Diaspora.

The thing that seemed to trigger this is that she kept seeing bad and depressing news about Africa and African issues on major news websites; nothing upbeat and humorous.  We all ways see children with flies in their nostrils, or wars and mass graves.  Surly, there are obvious tragic stories we see about Africa almost daily, But is there still not any humor and life to be found somewhere….?

Enter Maize Break.

My wife is from Ghana, West Africa an one thing about I’ve learned from being with her these past 11 years, is that she and her family (especially her crazy Dad) know how to laugh at them selfs.  This humor has translated to a full blown news website featuring absurd content, and fantastic satire.

Thus far my wife has written about 95% of the content for this site so when you check it out, note the quality and the quantity of the content presented.  So, with out any further ado, I present to you:

Maize Break - Africa’s Most Outstanding Source For News And Information.

Filed in: Projects    |    Posted on: October 14, 2007    |    (5) Comments  →  Add yours

November 22, 2007

Beautiful template! Good work.

November 22, 2007

Thanks Fubiz!

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November 23, 2007

This blog is a good inspiration for my upcoming blog theme, nice job!

November 30, 2007

Love your site.  So is the Maizebreak mag not true?  The stories are so well written, you can’t tell : )

November 30, 2007

All of them are totally untrue stories.  My wife wrote all of them except for a few of the opinions.  She’ll be gassed when I pass your complement on.

Thanks Lafe.

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