Wandia Gichuru is eagerly awaiting the full implementation of AfCFTA, particularly its impact on the textile and fashion industries. Embarking on her entrepreneurial journey in her 40s, Gichuru has since become a leading figure in Kenyan fashion with her brand, Vivo Activewear. Her previous career as an international development advisor,Continue Reading

New York City is experiencing a surge in African fashion. This June, the Brooklyn Museum became a focal point for this trend with its “Africa Fashion” exhibit, one of the largest of its kind in North America, showcasing African attire and artisanship. African fashion is increasingly featured on runways andContinue Reading

Merging advanced technology with Burna Boy’s personal touch, these earbuds are set to redefine the auditory experience, offering unparalleled sound clarity and depth. Oraimo’s latest FreePods iteration elevates the audio game with superior sound quality and a modern, sleek design. Available in two versions, the exclusive Moonlight edition and theContinue Reading

“Project leaders are optimistic that this pioneering, state-of-the-art performance center in a refugee camp will enrich the lives of its residents with joy and contribute to a more comprehensive approach to aid delivery.” The Bidi Bidi Music & Arts Centre, designed to be a beacon of creativity within Uganda’s BidiContinue Reading

Spotify Wrapped’s 2023 edition has unveiled a roster of Sub-Saharan Africa’s (SSA) most globally influential artists, illuminating the continent’s vibrant and ever-evolving music scene. Africa, with its rich tapestry of cultures, has long been a beacon of musical innovation, and now, its contemporary artists are amplifying that legacy on theContinue Reading

The beloved South African singer-songwriter Zahara, renowned for her soul-stirring voice and moving ballads that led to platinum records and numerous awards, passed away at a Johannesburg hospital on Monday. She was 36 years old. Zahara, born Bulelwa Mkutukana, hailed from the village of Phumlani in Eastern Cape. She roseContinue Reading