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Moisturisers, Oils and Butters That'll Make Your Skin (and Lips) Silky Soft

Moisturisers, Oils and Butters That'll Make Your Skin (and Lips) Silky Soft

22 Jul 21
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Zipho Ntloko

With so many products out there, how do you know which one is right for your skin? We’ve done the homework so you don’t have...

A Makeup Artist’s Guide to Soft Glam

A Makeup Artist’s Guide to Soft Glam

22 Jul 21
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Zipho Ntloko

We explore the latest minimalist beauty trend with celebrity makeup artists Sive Ngcelwane and Justine Alexander.

The Best Sportswear to Get You Pumped for the Olympics 

The Best Sportswear to Get You Pumped for the Olympics 

21 Jul 21
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Innocent Ndlovu

The 2021 Summer Olympic Games kicks off in July in Tokyo, Japan — here are some key items to help get you exercise-ready. 

Dalia Dias Is Placing a Lens on Global
 Black Narratives in Music

Dalia Dias Is Placing a Lens on Global Black Narratives in Music

19 Jul 21
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Ify Obi

From Wizkid to Buju Banton, to Cardi B and the City Girls, Nigerian and Egyptian director Dalia Dias is aligning diverse...

How the Ejere Sisters are Building a Global Beauty Enterprise

How the Ejere Sisters are Building a Global Beauty Enterprise

19 Jul 21
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Temitayo Olofinlua

Running a beauty brand in Nigeria is not for the fainthearted. For The Ejere sisters, it is an opportunity to do things differently,...

Five Products to Give You a Health Boost This Summer

Five Products to Give You a Health Boost This Summer

22 Jul 21
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Esnala Banda

From sunscreen to a journal, we share the items that will ensure your wellbeing needs are met.

Shekhinah Wants to Help People Through Music, Starting with Herself

Shekhinah Wants to Help People Through Music, Starting with Herself

21 Jul 21
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Ify Obi

Wearing her heart on her sleeves, South African Pop and R&B star, Shekhinah recounts her journey towards self-love and her...

African Liberation Parties and the Politics of Nostalgia

African Liberation Parties and the Politics of Nostalgia

21 Jul 21
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Rufaro Samanga

Political parties in South Africa, Zimbabwe, and across Africa may have liberated Black people from racist regimes throughout...

The Psyche of Olympians

The Psyche of Olympians

19 Jul 21
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Lethabo Mailula

Discourse around athletic training often focuses on physical capacity and strength. Mental toughness, however, has proven...