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ReConnect Africa is a unique website and online magazine for the African professional in the Diaspora. Packed with essential information about careers, business and jobs, ReConnect Africa keeps you connected to the best of Africa.


Join a Network and extend your professional and social contacts.

Not sure which one to join? Check out our listing below of affiliated networks for Africans in the Diaspora.

Tell us about your network - e-mail us at editor@reconnectafrica.com

Alpha Professional Network

Alpha Professional Network (APN) is an inclusive, independent and non-profit organisation based in London. APN provides a networking platform and forum to discuss Africa’s place in the new global economy and to explore global business opportunities. APN’s quarterly panel events, ALPHA Series, focused on frontier markets investing, attract an inclusive and diverse cross section of both seasoned and up-and-coming professionals of all backgrounds with a strong interest and focus in emerging and frontiers markets.


British-Africans In Government (B.I.G)

British-Africans In Government (B.I.G) is a network of Africans working for UK Government. The cross-government network of Africans professionals work on ensuring that they are the link between the African community in the UK and UK government department.


The Africans Professionals In Diaspora (TAPID)

TAPID is an independent, not-for-profit, politically neutral, membership association supporting African diaspora professionals through Representation, Forum and Research. TAPID works with African diaspora organisations, government departments across Europe and African community leaders to provide evidence based advice that draws on best practice from around the world on diaspora involvement in development and integration.


Zambia Diaspora Connect

The Zambia Diaspora Connect is an initiative of Zambians abroad to work with the Government of Zambia and friends of Zambia to enhance economic and social development.


Association for Black Engineers UK

Our Vision is to function as a representative body on issues and developments that affect the careers of Black Engineers and black communities in the UK and abroad.


Sierra Leone Investment Information Portal

SLIIP is aimed at Sierra Leoneans in the Diaspora and any potential foreign investors. It serves to provide essential information services to Sierra Leoneans and foreign companies and individuals in an effort to support Sierra Leone’s economic development.


Star 100

Star 100 is a network of Ghanaian professional men and women in the United Kingdom and the United States. Objectives of the group are to discuss business opportunities and share mutually beneficial information, support and encourage members of the group in their respective professions and mentor young Ghanaians.


Africa Alumni

Our mission is to create a positive borderless environment in which African professionals and entrepreneurs will come together to build powerful trustworthy and sustainable relationships, exchange ideas and knowledge and empower and mentor one another.


Noble Friends

Noble Friends is a benevolent association established in 1998, based in London and made up of 18 member families. Noble Friends arose from a group of friends who grew up together around the same time in Ghana with shared experiences but now live in the UK with their families. The members all shared a commitment to support each other and to have a shared responsibility for each other and their families.


The UK Botswana Society

The UK Botswana Society is a member’s based organisation in the UK. The purpose of the Society is to encourage and strengthen ties between Britain and Botswana and to foster friendship and better understanding between the two countries. We do this by bringing people with associations to Botswana together in Britain and we encourage all those who wish to know and learn more about Botswana and its people to contact us.


Nigerians in Diaspora Organisation Europe

NIDOE is a non-governmental, non-political, non-religious and non-tribal organisation whose membership is drawn from Nigerians living in Europe. The main vision of NIDOE is to bring Nigerians living in Europe together and to identify those willing to offer their skills (economic, education, information technology, science, arts, gender and youth empowerment, law, health, governance, management/ administration, building, etc) to assist Nigeria's developmental process.



The African professional network, AfriPRO, is a worldwide network of motivated and dedicated young African professionals at home and in the Diaspora, working together to build a prosperous, united and stronger Africa for now and the future.


Angel Africa

A nonprofit organization whose mission is to build the largest network of business and professional leaders dedicated to promoting economic growth in Africa by leveraging our collective talent to encourage entrepreneurship and private sector development and initiatives.


African and Caribbean Business Network

Since 2001 we've helped thousands of businesses across the UK. Become a member and see how we can help your business!


The National Black Women's Network

The NBWN is a non-profit organisation dedicated to raising the status and position of women in all walks of life. We provide dynamic initiatives, enabling women from diverse backgrounds and occupations to develop strong professional and social contacts through the forum of networking.


Angolan Women for Leadership Association in UK

Awlauk is a group of Angolan women resident in UK, engaged to support and benefit women, children and families by the relief and promotion of our community in UK (Coventry), by raising the awareness of our community issues.


NiPRO International

NiPRO International is a global network of motivated young Nigerian professionals working together to build a prosperous, united and stronger Nigeria now and for the future. NiPRO is a subdivision of the African Professionals (AfriPRO) Network Inc.


Gambia United Society

The Gambia United Society (GUS) is a UK based society conceived, in 1997, by a group of Gambians who wanted to help create and maintain awareness amongst Gambians and those of Gambian origin living in the UK and the rest of Europe. Membership is open to all Gambians and friends of the Gambia.


Global South Africans (GSA) is today a growing network of talented and successful South Africans who live abroad but still feel deeply attached to the country and want to contribute to the country's growth and success. The knowledge, connections and goodwill that are abundant in South Africa's Diaspora is what the GSA network is seeking to harness by building a worldwide network of accomplished and well-connected offshore South Africans and their peers who share a strong affinity with South Africa.


The Black Solicitors Network

The Black Solicitors Network is the primary voice of black solicitors in England and Wales; committed to achieving equality of access, retention and promotion of black solicitors. We are the leading body that represents the interests of the UK's existing and aspiring black solicitors. We have been doing this since 1995 and importantly now embrace people from a diverse range of cultures and backgrounds.



Paceworking is a business network based in London, focusing on promotions, conferences and business networking events. The events attract interest from many African-Caribbean professionals, entrepreneurs, charitable and media organisations. There are opportunities for presentations promoting a business, service, event or product. All events present a great opportunity to network.

The Multicultural Council

The Multicultural Council is a non-profit, international coalition of more than 150 different ethno-cultural groups from around the world, including Africa and Africans living in USA, Canada, Europe, Asia, Latin America and in the Middle East. We are dedicated to promoting world cultures, education and health care around the world. We also operate a small 2-Year Vocational College in USA, a College in the Dominican Republic and High Schools in Canada and many Study Abroad programs for African students. We celebrate 'Festival of the Nations' at university/college campuses, community centers, and other social and cultural programs, cross-cultural seminars/workshops to promote world cultures. We are developing local chapters around the world and need your help to set-up a local chapter to help local African communities.

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