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Tales By Music, The Unheard Voice Of The African Man

Music, is a combination of sounds that are pleasing to the ear, or so I was taught way back in the elementary/primary school. Add words to these sounds and it becomes a powerful message strong enough to captivate the minds of the listeners and ride like horses on our emotions.
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African Platter Map: Baasto Pasta With Meat Sauce (Somali)

Somalia also called Somali is a country located at the horn of the African continent, which has the 43rd largest land mass, blessed with loads of plateaus and highlands, and is abundant in countless mineral resources. Although going through certain economic issues, food is a common language that turns heads anywhere and makes the tummy stand at attention.
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Raw Natural Honey, Does More Than Just Its Name

The first time I heard the word ‘honey’, I actually thought it to be a name. But then it became confusing the way my neighbor and his wife both had the same name. Could they be related and married? That was really a disturbing and funny childhood thought really, kids live the best imaginary life.
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Tourism, The Beauty Of Africa (West Africa) : Cameroon

In focus today is Cameroon, mostly known globally by its physical and agile footballers (E.g Samuel Eto’o), is a Central African Nation. Unlike most nations, they have two official languages namely French and English. Blessed in abundance with plantation and wildlife, I would be showing you reasons why you need to add Cameroon to your ‘vacay’ list.
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How To Not Get Mobbed In A Lagos Market: Balogun

Shopping in a Lagos market (e.g Balogun) is quite different from shopping in any other part of the world. To shop and survive a day in the Lagos market, it takes a lot of skill and expertise. If you doubt me,  ‘experience’ they say is the best teacher. LOL!
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From Our Backyards To The World Stage, "African" Tie Dye

Tie Dye, thought to be an African originated fabric was actually discovered at about 6,000 plus years ago in distant Asia. Most African kids at one point of their curriculum would have come across the tie-dyeing class, and honestly it was not my favorite, but I could not resist the outcome of my little experiment…Splendid! (more…)

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No Fabric, Zero Stress

No fabric on a weekend could give you zero reasons to be happy, and a lot of reasons to be stressed out especially in African countries. It would also seem like a horror movie to African ladies without having the fabric needed for an event.
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Tourism, The Beauty Of Africa | Zimbabwe

Tourism is a rich part of Africa and helps us showcase our culture while highlighting our hospitality. The beauty in focus today, is Zimbabwe.  Particularly in the news was its past president Robert Mugabe, who made headlines frequently based on his amusing speeches and behavior.
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The Bellafricana Verified Tribe | Bayo Ademiluyi

Mr Bayo Ademiluyi is a lawyer by profession and Head of Design at Ty-Tys. A company that produces hand-made distinctive neckwear (i.e. ties, bowties), pocket squares, laptop bags, ladies’ tote bags, wall hangings and scarves using traditional African fabrics, predominantly aso-oke. (more…)

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African Platter Map | Ugali and Sukumawiki | Kenya

The words African and platter, combined together makes my mouth salivate and my tummy rumble.  Although I hate map reading, or hated map reading back then in geography class, when it comes to food… I am an “A” student always. hahahaha!
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