Child Of African Day: African Of The Month

Today, we shine the African of the month spotlight on a southern African beauty, who happens to be born on Africa Day, a true African child. Join us as we celebrate her and read below her delightful interview with OnyinyeOlufunmi.

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Ubuhle (download the e-book)

It is with great pleasure that we present our second book Ubuhle. Ubuhle is a Zulu and Xhosa word that means beauty. While discussing themes, our creative director came up with “beauty”. We want to celebrate African beauty and because beauty is diverse and unique. We want to celebrate it this way – as a journey, as a process that ultimately unveils how beautiful we truly are; as individuals and as a people.

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Whose Hands are Stained with Vespers’ Blood?


On 4th October 2018 at 22:50 hrs, a riot broke out at the University of Zambia (UNZA) Great East Road Campus. It ended the next morning, 5th October 2018 at 05:00. The riot was a reaction to ‘apparently’ delayed student allowances which the institution, together with the government claim was not actually delayed. The Zambia Police in all their excited, angry and underpaid glory were called in to assist in controlling the situation.

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The African Millennial (3rd Edition)

The fabulous third edition of Africanism Today tagged the African millennial held on Saturday, the 19th of May 2018 at Cafe Neo, Victoria Island, Lagos. It was a serene environment filled with bright young minds.

The event featured a panel discussion with Fisayo Fosudo, Chef Princewill Okpala, Wumi Tuase, and Joseph Akinde-Peters. The panel was headed by OnyinyeOlufunmi. The talks were centred around fashion, food, entrepreneurship for an African millennial who wants to export themselves, what they do and Africa through tech.

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On Black History Month and It’s Significance

As Black History Month comes to an end, we’ve seen phenomenal black people being celebrated. We are reminded of the things we innovated, how strong, smart and resilient we are. What makes this month special is the release of Black Panther, the first superhero movie to feature an African lead and first Black super hero since the times of Blade and Hancock.

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