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What it Means to Be a Dark Skinned Model in the Nigerian Music Industry

What it Means to Be a Dark Skinned Model in the Nigerian Music Industry

12 Aug 21
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Ify Obi

In a country where colourism runs deep, three models reflect on how this issue affects the music industry and themselves.

Taofeek Abolarinwa Yahaya is Putting Sustainability at the Forefront of Their Creative

Taofeek Abolarinwa Yahaya is Putting Sustainability at the Forefront of Their Creative

11 Aug 21
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Elvis Kachi 

The Nigerian fashion designer pays tribute to certain Nigerian Yoruba river goddesses in their work.

6 Skin Care Brands Taking Over the World 

6 Skin Care Brands Taking Over the World 

05 Aug 21
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Innocent Ndlovu 

These brands share a common goal to honour and celebrate Africa and all of its diverse and traditional beauty and wellness...

The Health Benefits of Chia Seeds

The Health Benefits of Chia Seeds

04 Aug 21
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Thobile Mazibuko

We look at the positives of incorporating chia seeds into your diet.

The Spirit World and Legendary Creatures

The Spirit World and Legendary Creatures

04 Aug 21
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Esnala Banda

A look into the mysticism of spirituality and some of the entities that fill African folklore. 

Meet Oumou Sy, Senegal’s Fashion Pioneer

Meet Oumou Sy, Senegal’s Fashion Pioneer

11 Aug 21
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 Innocent Ndlovu 

We take a brief look at the history of Oumou Sy, the Senegalese womenswear designer and cultural figure whose work transcends...

The Ecovillages Empowering African Women and Protecting the Planet

The Ecovillages Empowering African Women and Protecting the Planet

08 Aug 21
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Shaan Khan

As the gloomy fate of climate change becomes an everyday reality in Africa, innovative efforts to fight back by reimagining...

The Underdevelopment of Sports in Guinea-Bissau

The Underdevelopment of Sports in Guinea-Bissau

04 Aug 21
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Yasmina Nuny Silva

A brief history of organised sports in the West African nation, where funding, policy, and infrastructure for sports continue...

Remembering the Pindjiguiti Massacre of Guinea-Bissau

Remembering the Pindjiguiti Massacre of Guinea-Bissau

04 Aug 21
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Yasmina Nuny Silva

On August 3rd, 1959 a workers’ strike began the war for independence in Guinea-Bissau.