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Bisi Silva

Remembering Bisi Silva, A Bold Curator Of Contemporary African Art

Bisi Silva, an adventurous curator who, with her own money, founded a nonprofit art gallery and education center in Lagos, Nigeria’s largest city, that has nurtured the growth and recognition of contemporary African artists,...
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10 Wanderlust Fixes At The Reunion Island

By Jessie BeckAdrift in the Indian Ocean, mountainous little Reunion island (La Réunion in French) has a vastly different personality from the rest of Africa’s islands. Unlike neighboring Mauritius and Seychelles, which are best known...
Activities To Do In Tunis

Best Spring Activities To Do In Tunis

Spring is the perfect season to visit Tunis. As the short, rainy winter months give way to longer days and the return of uninterrupted sunshine, the city starts to come alive with plenty of...

Daraba: Healthy Stew From Chad

Original article published at TasteAtlas.Simple, healthy, and inexpensive, daraba is a Chadian stew made with chopped okra, mixed vegetables, tomatoes, stock cubes, and smooth peanut butter, giving the dish a unique flavor. It is usually...
Fufu

Fufu Ghana’s National Dish

Original article published at TasteAtlas.Fufu is Ghana's national dish, a starchy side dish, and an important accompaniment to various stews and sauce-based dishes. It is also very popular and regularly eaten throughout West and Central...
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The Beautiful People of Eritrea

https://youtu.be/8uJjJbXjkDcEritrea is ranked sixth in the list of top 10 countries in the world with the most beautiful girls. The people of Eritrea come from 9 different tribes and...
Media Platforms Across Africa

The Power Of Media Platforms Across Africa

Online platforms have become an important site for political and social engagement. On the one hand they have been praised for their progressive characteristics. This is because they offer great organising potential, enhance political...
Teranga

Teranga Takes A Fast-Casual Approach To Pan-African Cuisine

Ever since the phrase “the Chipotle of” went from convenient prefix to industry category, the fast-casual model has been applied to cuisines from Lebanese to Vietnamese. But this irresistibly scalable model has only just...
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The Year Of Return For African Diaspora

In the heart of Accra, Ghana’s capital, just a few meters from the United States embassy, lie the tombs of W. E. B. Du Bois, a great African-American civil rights leader, and his wife,...
Akan Proverbs

The Meaning Behind Akan Proverbs

Culture plays a big role in what we feel, how we identify these feelings and what we do to deal with our emotions. So, those raised in more “macho” cultures may be more likely to suppress...
Oliver Mtukudzi

Tribute To Oliver Mtukudzi – Zimbabwe’s Man With The Talking Guitar

Musician Oliver Mtukudzi, who died at the age of 66, was a great cultural ambassador for Zimbabwe. Known to his fans as Tuku, he was a cultural icon for the southern African country. His...
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Best African Games For Children To Play

These days, “child’s play” seems to be about online gaming, from Playstations to Nintendos. But many might recall the days when children congregated outdoors, playing their favourite games in the street. They were free...
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