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Legendary South African Trumpeter Hugh Masekela Celebrated By Google

Google is dedicating the day to South African jazz icon, Hugh Masekela to mark his 80th birthday. Known as the father of Jazz in the country, he died on January 23, 2018. The tech giant is celebrating him with a special colourful doodle of him with his trumpet, wearing traditional print. Enjoy...

Back To The City Festival Line Up Announced – Boity, Cassper Nyovest, Nadia Nakai, Others To Perform

It has been noted that Back To The City festival is the biggest gathering for Hip-Hop music enthusiasts not just from South Africa but across the entire continent of Africa. Hosted annually on April 27 at Mary Fitzgerald Square, Newtown - Johannesburg, a day dedicated by South Africans for the...

IKEA Partners Designers From Africa On ‘Överallt Collection’

Swedish furniture designing and retail giant, IKEA has found a way to blend more colours for its latest collection to be shown in Cape Town, South Africa. Överallt Collection work together with five African designers, with designs set to start showcasing in stores from 1st May 2019. The brand partnered with Issa...

True Music Africa! Boiler Room & Ballentine To Light Up Accra With Kwesi Arthur, La Meme Gang & Amaarae

Ghana is about to witness one of the biggest concerts in the world by Boiler Room and Ballantine called True Music Africa. A stage dedicated solely to locally grown and made artists in the various countries the concert has visited. The Hip-Hop and rap scene is now being dominated by a...

The Vegan Nigerian: The Easiest Way To Prepare Pounded Yam Pancakes

The Vegan Nigerian, a vlogging channel owned by Tomi Makanjuola specialises in the making of different mouthwatering pancakes. In her latest vlog, Tomi prepared Pounded Yam Pancakes using the simplest ingredients. Pounded Yam is a delicacy enjoyed by Nigerians with Vegetable Stew on a regular basis but Toni has found a...

67 Blankets For National Nelson Mandela Day: Using Knitting To Foster Unity Among South Africans

South Africa's rich history can never be written without the iconic former first gentle of the country, Nelson Mandela. Several activities have initiated to always remember him for his fight for a country that was facing a civil war in the apartheid era were colourism was at its peak....

Yinka Ilori x Universal Music: An explosion of colour

Universal Music, the UK’s leading music company have revealed an exciting collaboration with British artist and designer Yinka Ilori for this week’s BRIT Awards. London-based artist Yinka Ilori, who specialises in telling stories through design and inspired by the traditional Nigerian parables and African fabrics that surrounded him as a child, creates humorous, provocative and fun pieces...

Love In A Line! London-based Nigerian Artist, Yinka Ilori created colourful prints for Universal Music

Yinka Ilori draws huge inspiration from his Nigerian multicultural root to differentiate his work in the creative industry from others especially those from the Western world. His ability to carefully different colours is a delight to watch, hence his recent work captioned 'Love In A Line' for Universal Music,...

Golden Globes 2019: The Stylish stars red carpet moments 

There's no way the 2019 calendar will officially be opened in Hollywood without firstly allowing the Golden Globes Awards to be staged. Tipped as the award show that brings and embraces diversity to its fullest extent, the Golden Globes 2018 came hard and tackles issues relating women abuse and...

Fuse ODG is writing a new chapter back home in Africa with TINA Festival

When Fuse ODG first started his journey into the music scene, he made it clear it was going to be one to bring attention to the African continent. True to his worlds, the content of his music and careful selection of titles go a long way to show the...