Pictures tell a thousand words and these begin to tell the story of what my Africa is all about.
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Last week was another busy one on the blog with Afri-inspiration coming from all angles. The new interview series continued with two really energizing interviews with young Africans doing great things for the advancement of our continent.
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This coming week, look out for:
Quote of the week
Africa on film in London town
An esteemed African graphic agitator whose uses design as a torch of social good
Foxy African-inspired adornment
Interviews with more passionate young Africans doing big things
A celebration for Equatorial Guinea's Independence Day
Reflections on food and the things we take for granted
TGIF! A Fela extravaganza to celebrate the legend's birthday
The Kingdom of Lesotho celebrates independence today.
The homeland of one of my closest friends, I managed to get some proper insider information. She talked about musician Tšepo Tšola as the country's "pride and joy." Once a member of Lesotho's greatest band, Sankomota, there he made music with the late Frank Leepa (scroll down the linked site to get to more content), to whom this post is dedicated.