Last Tuesday, African Health Now honoured Kenyan artist/activist Wangechi Mutu, award-winning senior marketing executive/mentor Bozoma Saint John and podiatric surgeon and health advocate Dr. Samuel F. Quartey in a lavish evening at Sunset Terrace at Chelsea Piers in New York City. Here’s what went down
How language relates to time is a philosophical humdinger. In his remarkable essay, ‘Midnight,’ South African novelist Imraan Coovadia writes that ‘science has yet to create a satisfactory description of time, an account of why it exists and how it progresses…the physical time of the cosmos, expressed in the changes of subatomic particles and forces and billion sun galaxies, differs from historical time, with its emphasis on economic and cultural processes, and also from the psychological time of human beings.’
Born in Paris in the 80s, Danielle Eog Makedah discovered music by leafing through her father’s vinyl collection. Descriptions of royalty seem to have followed Danielle throughout much of her career; she was described by Culture Ebene as the princess of Cameroonian soul music, while Nexdim Empire, another Cameroonian entertainment website, proclaimed her the queen of Cameroonian neo soul about two years ago.
RnB and pop icon Rihanna has revealed her personal experiences with racism in America saying that racism is highlighted mostly when she does business deals
Ghanaian actress, Ama K Abebrese has teamed up with other public figures in the ‘I Love my Natural Skintone’ campaign to highlight the risks and dangers of skin bleaching
The traditional underground homes are sometimes described as “troglodyte” structures. They are found in Matmata, Tunisia.
Why is it that people fake orgasms when it really does not help anyone? Social conventions have made it so that even when we do not enjoy a good time we do not want to be rude. All this does is make people who are bad in bed think they are good and waste all of our time.
Chinhoyi Caves are known for their cobalt blue water. The other names for the caves are Chirorodziva (Pool of the Fallen) or Sleeping Pool.
Heartbreaking photograph depicts the emotional display of mourning which transcends the boundary between humans and animals and shows the plight of mountain gorillas