Ntom’benhle dolls represent diverse South African cultures
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Arts, Culture and Sport Ntom’benhle dolls represent diverse South African cultures

Molemo Kgomo launched Ntombenhle Dolls in 2005 when she recognized the need for a doll that could capture her culture and bring it to life for her daughter and generations to come. The dolls celebrate the heritage of various South African cultural groups as they are dressed in apparel representing the following 8 cultural groups: Zulu, Sotho, Pedi, Swazi, Ndebele, Venda, Tsonga and Xhosa.

7 prominent African political figures implicated in sleazy scandals
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Politics and Society 7 prominent African political figures implicated in sleazy scandals

Some African politicians are far from the epitome of morality and can be downright crass in their sexual behaviour. South Africa’s Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is feeling the heat after emails were leaked which allege extramarital affairs with several women. Let’s look at some of the more glaring public showcases of this on the continent.

Priscillah Mabelane the new BPSA CEO first black and female to head multi-national petroleum company
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Politics and Society Priscillah Mabelane the new BPSA CEO first black and female to head multi-national petroleum company

The oil industry is making room for women participation with petroleum giant BPSA appointing the first ever black woman as their new Chief Executive. Priscillah Mabelane is the first woman in the history of South Africa’s oil industry to become a chief executive, and it is also the first such appointment for any multi-national petroleum company.