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To Hell and Back with Simba Chakauya

12th July 2018 BY Rutendo Chabikwa

Is there such a thing as a common “human experience”? From the biology of our bodies, to our communities’ social structures, to our minds philosophical ideologies, and even the metaphysical stirs of our spirts – all these constitute the human experience. While we encounter these differently, the question whether or not there is something relatable to each one of us…

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The Bellafricana Verified Tribe | Chinenye Umeike

10th July 2018 BY BellAfricana

Chinenye Umeike is the CEO of Kilienma, a company that manufactures makeup using mainly natural ingredients. Chinenye quit paid employment in 2015 to pursue a business in an industry she loved. Being someone who is always mindful about the substances absorbed by her body, she decided to produce make up products that are void of toxic chemicals that are harmful…

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The Bellafricana Verified Tribe | Banke Fasominu

9th July 2018 BY BellAfricana

When a peaceful protest creates a pause that extends longer that you anticipate and boredom starts creeping in, you either get frustrated or get creative. Getting creative is undoubtedly a more profitable choice, and one Banke Fasominu made during a strike that resulted from a peaceful protest during her college years. This decision is what I believe marked the birth of…

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Ghana Party in the Park 2018

9th July 2018 BY checkoutafrica

It’s that time of the year when Ghanaians and other African nationals across the United Kingdom and the rest of Europe start preparing for the biggest and most popular outdoor family fun event, Ghana Party in the Park. London will come alive on Saturday 14th July 2018 when international Ghanaian event-marketing company, Akwaaba UK (The Akwaaba Group), host the 2018 edition of Ghana Party in the Park at Trent Park, Cockfosters Road, London. In a media…

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The Political Rhetoric Of Our Fabric

6th July 2018 BY Mutinta Nanchengwa

The Political Rhetoric of Our Fabric. For most African aunties, the chitenge (also known as kitenge, Ankara or for some cultures, simply a ‘wrapper cloth”) has a more functional use than glamorous. Baby toting, dust protection, kitchen party outfit, that was the general use of the chitenge. No one would have suspected that the humble fabric, would become a widely…

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