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Africa’s Creative Industry: Most Influential Female Celebrities.

Originally posted on World Music – the Music Journey:
Tanga wekwaSando is a zimbabwean jazz master. Listen to his song “Paidamoyo”:

End Of Year Happy #4

champagnewhisky There’s much that could be said about the rhinoceros, from its fearsome strength, to its rapid and sad decline due to hunting, to the recent differentiation of northern and southern white rhinoceroses into two distinct species because they show such genetic disparity (making for six living species, the northern white being the rarest). In … Continue reading

three hundred and forty four

Originally posted on grace and dignity:
24 December. I’m very grateful the hippos decided to visit the same sundowners spot as the girls. En masse. What a wonderful show they put on for them. A perfect welcome home to Africa.  

Marrakech the “Red City” of Morocco

Originally posted on jetsetrico:
I’m back!  Marrakech was the last place I visited in Morocco.  I don’t know if I like it. It’s too crowded; bit “smelly” especially in the medina (but I guess it happens everywhere). The snake charmers wasn’t enough for me to be charmed.  Jamaa el Fna is a square and market…

Archive of African Art

My friends and l want to create a digital archive of African Art online! We underestimated the challenges that we would face in our endeavor. Society’s heritage has been presented on many different materials, including stone, vellum, bamboo, silk, and paper. Now a large quantity of information exists in digital forms, including emails, blogs, social networks … Continue reading

Coca-Cola is everywhere.

Coca-Cola is everywhere…. …..Coke makes so many different beverages that if you drank one per day, it would take you over 9 years to try them all…. ….If every drop of Coke ever produced were put in 8-ounce bottles and laid end-to-end, they would reach the moon and back over 2,000 times…. And Zimbabwean artist love … Continue reading

The bench in my Park

There is a bench in my park, it’s a bench like no other. People don’t seem to like to sit on it because, truth be told it does not look like a bench at all. It’s a tribute to a city that celebrate’s nature, in a park that is renowned for its arts. This is more than … Continue reading

Lil’ Boy

This is my favorite sculpture at the Harare National Arts Gallery  

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