Lauren, a professional communications expert from South Africa, loves to learn new languages and cultures. She is always willing to share her expertise on the African culture and lifestyles. Through her social interactions with others, she decided her own social projects in her homeland to launch Africa.

 |  Tuesday, 15 October 2013 10:22

What a fantastic evening it was, despite the fact that I found myself seated and very observant about what had been going on around me. The turn out was great in aid of such a worthy cause, the venue filled up and surprisingly even though its getting colder, there is always something out there to keep us entertained.

Struttin Beats celebrated 10 years as a sound system, promoter, etc.. With a 2 day celebration which started on Friday and ended on Saturday. We was happy to join the line-up on Saturday and it was very entertaining, Sound Tank Crew and Dexplosion, ...

Published in Health/Relationships
 |  Friday, 04 October 2013 00:00

It’s a general rule that when your girlfriend decides to leave you,  it means there are problems. Chances are, you’ve done a lot of things wrong and, depending on your situation, she is probably leaving you for reasons you didn’t think about. Here are some reasons women leave men.

Published in Trends/Fashion
 |  Wednesday, 18 September 2013 00:00

In a  day and age when African designers are fighting for a chance to be heard on the global stage, and where excellence is far and few between, we heartily embrace designers and thinkers such as Rosemary Dede and  Adwoa Ode-Dombrowe.

Published in Social/Culture
 |  Tuesday, 17 September 2013 19:49

Herodotus (Greek historian c. 484–425 BC) called them the ‘wisemen occupying the Upper Nile, men of long life, whose manners and customs pertain to the Golden Age, those virtuous mortals whose feasts and banquets are honoured by Jupiter himself’.

Published in Literature/Education
 |  Monday, 16 September 2013 20:29

Out of Africa with her degree and her all-seeing eyes comes Sissie. She comes to Europe, to a land of towering mountains and low grey skies and tries to make sense of it all. What is she doing here? Why aren't the natives friendly? And what will she do when she goes back home?

 |  Monday, 09 September 2013 13:25

The season is changing, soon the leaves will be falling to the ground, but there is nothing more warming than listening to live African music to uplift your soul.  Zimbabwean originated Insingizi and Iyasa together performed on Saturday evening at the Dschungel.

Its been a crazy and wonderful experience traveling through Europe and this time ending one of our last big festival tours at Uprising, spectacular. The vibes the people and atmosphere as a whole phenomenal.

Just the name alone draws his fans, Ky-mani was the last performance on Friday evening at Uprising and counting down the minutes for this artist to take stage and finally when he did all was forgotten. Ky-mani Marley clearly ...

I stood along the stage dancing, feeling the vibe. Macka B had the audience grooving along to his tunes. When it comes to Reggae, there is something phenomenal about the vibes and the way people groove. Macka B made it all happen and every minute of his performance on stage was crazy!!!

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