Monarchs have always been part of the ruling body in many African countries. Despite most kingdoms losing some of their their power, a few have managed to preserve the ancient traditions. Examples are the Northwest and Western provinces of Cameroon, which is located in the central part of Africa.
The strength of a woman is something we all know and love. One of the most amazing things about women is how they can balance objects on their heads with grace and ease. Sometimes they do this with babies on their backs! Next level multitasking for sure.
Every year around September time, the streets of Harare with Jacaranda trees come alive when purple flowers blossom. It is one of the most beautiful things to see. Unfortunately for students, it is a sign that exams are around the corner. Nevertheless, Jacaranda trees are one of the simple things we should be grateful for.
Have you ever wondered what it would look like if sand dunes invaded a house? Take a look at these photographs!
When we enjoy a good cup of tea, we do not always think of the hard work and sweat which got that tea into our hands. We came across beautiful portraits of people from Rwanda working in tea fields. The photos are absolutely stunning.
Matatu is the name of the public transport used in Kenya. Many countries in Africa like Senegal, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Tanzania have transport systems like the matatu, just different names. A matatu plays an important role in an economy, it is a source of income for many. The most interesting thing about matatus are the stickers, graffiti or random quotes that give each matatu a unique edge. Take a look at some pictures.
Inspired by the local vernacular Dogon architecture, Tanouan Ibi was constructed in a sustainable way using Hydraulic Compressed Earth Blocks (HCEB).
In what some describe as activism architecture, a man called Kunle Adeyemi (NLÉ) took it upon himself to make a difference by pioneering a project geared towards building sustainable buildings that float on water. We applaud and honor his work.
The interior and exterior of the Great Mosque of Touba was designed exquisitely. Definitely one of the finest buildings in Senegal.