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To Shave or Not to Shave
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Lifestyle To Shave or Not to Shave

There are so many grooming options open to women today – from a landing strip to a bald Brazilian to covering your vagina in sparkles. Making the vagina look and smell ‘aesthetically pleasing’ – like ensuring it smells of guavas – is a billion-dollar industry. But women – and only women – should be in charge of what their lady parts look like.

Celebrating the Beauty of Blackness:  Neequaye Dreph Dsane
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Lifestyle 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.

Celebrating Cultural Diversity: Dialogue and Development
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Lifestyle Celebrating Cultural Diversity: Dialogue and Development

The 21st of May marked the day for cultural diversity for dialogue and development, a day which provides us with an opportunity to deepen our understanding of the values of cultural diversity. This celebration precedes Africa Day for our continent, and today we want to hear from you. What aspects of your culture are you proud of and what do you wish could change about your culture either politically, socially, religiously and/ or economically?

Cameroonian beauty Mimi Mbah hits back at racist Twitter troll
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Lifestyle Cameroonian beauty Mimi Mbah hits back at racist Twitter troll

Social media stood in support with Mimi Mbah, a 19 year-old Cameroonian aspiring model, who was featured on Africa Beauties, a Twitter page showcasing beautiful Africans worldwide after she received a racist comment saying she would be hotter if she was lighter. This Is Africa caught up with her to discuss her experiences in the U.S. and how she handles racist comments.

South African model with albinism, Thando Hopa is the new face of Audi Q2
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Africans rising South African model with albinism, Thando Hopa is the new face of Audi Q2

Thando Hopa, a lawyer and model is the new face of Audi’s SUV car. The model has been vocal about the treatment of people with albinism, using her experiences to raise awareness on albinism, which is still profoundly misunderstood. Hopa is undoubtedly the perfect face, and her involvement with Audi could bring more discussions around albinism.