Nshima : Zambia’s Staple Food

Original article published at TasteAtlas.Nshima is a staple food in Zambia – a very thick and smooth porridge made from ground maize. It is quite...

Meat-loving Kenya Sees Veganism Trend

A growing number of Kenyans are giving up the meat they traditionally love in favor of plant-based diets. DW’s Andrew Wasike looked into a...

Couscous: A Must Have Dish In Morocco

Original article published at TasteAtlas.Numerous tiny, light, tender grains, ideally arranged to form a pyramid and served on a platter at the end of a...

Psoriatic Arthritis Natural Ways to Relieve Symptoms

Despite the fact that seeking medical attention for psoriatic arthritis is very important as the disease can cause permanent joint damage, there are amazing...

Living With HIV? How to Take Care of Yourself

Meaning you have HIV it doesn’t have to stop you from living a healthy and fulfil life. With the right care and treatment, you...

Waakye: Ghanaian Rice and Bean Based Dish

Original article published at TasteAtlas. Although it originated in northern parts of Ghana, the rice-and-bean-based dish known as waakye is today consumed on a national...

Glam Africa Magazine Explores Beauty From A Whole New Perspective

In Powerful Campaign Featuring 9 Women Who Share Their Journey To Embracing Their Own Kind of BeautyTo celebrate Black History Month, Glam Africa Magazine...

Tajine: A National Dish Full of Creativity and Flavour

Original article published at TasteAtlas.Tajine, also known as tagine, refers both to the rich Moroccan stews and the cooking vessel used to make them.When referring to...

How Akinola Davies Jr Is Exploring The Reclamation Of African Artifacts

An interview with the artist also known as Crack Stevens on his latest work and first U.S. solo exhibition, H.O.D.By RUTH GEBREYESUS It’s a stereotypically cloudy London...

The Irwin Family – Terri, Bindi And Robert – Come Home...

It’s The Irwins” Which Launches As A Global Series Premiere Oct. 28 At 9pm-The Irwins return to Animal Planet for the first time as...

Pantsula Revolution! How South Africa’s Townships Dance Got Political

In the beginning, it was all about the shoes. In the early 1950s in Sophiatown, Johannesburg, the pantsulas defied their lean material circumstances by...

Celebrating Excellence In Film At The Joburg Film Festival

Enable Media with support from DISCOP today announced the 2nd Annual JOBURG FILM FESTIVAL taking place in the city 9–18 November 2018. With over 40...
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