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Celebrating the Beauty of Blackness: Neequaye Dreph Dsane

Celebrating the beauty of Blackness is what Ghanaian-British artist Neequaye Dreph Dsane is all about. He does oil portraits and contemporary murals. Dreph was born in Nottingham in the U.K in 1973 and raised in Windsor. He is extremely talented and has transformed city walls through beautiful art and recently into tributes to Black women with his latest series ‘You Are Enough’. With Africa Day fast approaching, it is only befitting to celebrate art that recognises the beauty of our continent.


Sister Deborah’s ‘Ghana Jollof’ is the latest episode in the jollof war

For years, there has been an unending battle between Nigerians and Ghanaians about who has the best jollof rice. A curious fight seeing as the tasty dish is not native to either country. This argument is one that has been dragged, tugged and tossed about on social media. The latest episode in this unending battle of the jollof was brought about by the release of a song by Sister Deborah.