Khaya Dlanga is many things; a highly regarded author, columnist, social media guru, and an advertising creative with several major awards in his desk drawer. He is also a Senior Communications Manager for Content Excellence and Digital at Coca-Cola. In 2012 he published a best-selling collection of essays, In My Arrogant Opinion, as part of Picador Africa’s The Youngsters series. TIA caught up with the self-professed “struggling womanizer” and all-round nice guy to chat about his latest book, a memoir, To Quote Myself.
Thousands of Twitter users have taken it upon themselves to change the stereotypes about Africa portrayed in popular media…one tweet at a time
She’s South Africa’s first working albino model, a film actress and TV personality. A powerhouse who has not let her skin condition define her path towards her dreams, she is also our woman crush this Wednesday. Refilwe Modiselle had a chat with TIA’s Khanyo Mjamba about her successes, ideas of beauty and the bright future
As the world today observes World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, ‘cultural diversity’ of language in a country like South Africa is becoming more and more meaningless
Western culture has a habit of taking one thing from one culture and presenting it to others as its original product. Look at pizza, hamburgers, yoga, acupuncture, the list turns into a tome. African medicine is no exception
Nigerian-born UK-based singer-songwriter-producer Oyinda has released monochrome visuals for her track ‘The Devil’s Gonna Keep Me’
This world is so full of inspirational, visionary African women that it becomes a chore to have to pick one woman who will carry the flag of our Woman Crush Wednesday. But just the mere thought of Dr Dambisa Moyo made the job so much easier
People love their dogs. Some show more affection towards their dogs than they do towards their fellow human beings. Is this a tendency brought about by white culture? Is it ‘unAfrican’ to treat your dog like a person?
In a bid to harness South Africa’s solar exposure to relieve the country’s ailing national electricity grid, the biggest solar thermal electricity plant in the southern hemisphere was launched in the country