Rosie talks to the two Waka stars Sheilah Gashumba from Uganda, and Jerome du Plooy from SA. They discuss brand value, Pan-African synergies and the disciplines of being in the African entertainment industry.
Pumla Dineo Gqola is an associate professor of literary, media and gender studies at the School of Literature and Language Studies, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. She is also an activist and author of 'What is Slavery to Me?: Postcolonial/slave Memory in Post-apartheid South Africa', 'A Renegade Called Simphiwe', 'Rape:…
Cotlands is a non-profit early childhood development organisation addressing the education and social crisis, by establishing early learning playgroups and toy libraries in under-resourced communities to serve vulnerable children aged birth to six.
Rosie re-connects with Patrice Juah from Liberia as they chat about her work since her last interview. They highlight her new book titled 'Sexy Like a Book: Enchanting Voices'. The importance of educating girls and enhancing the fact that education and asserting yourself is sexy and important.
The Afro-Yiddish queen chats to Donald Molosi about the upcoming Dalai Lama visit to Botswana. The Botswana dialogue brings African humanitarian and spiritual leaders, scholars and healers into conversation with His Holiness the Dalai Lama and international neuroscientists about the African world view of Botho/Ubuntu, during five sessions followed by…
Food is inextricable from culture. We celebrate food and use food to celebrate; we use food to bring family and friends together and to honour our traditions and ancestry. Pick up a delivery menu anywhere in South Africa and you’d be challenged to find anything remotely representative of traditional African…
Kurly Kichana is all about embracing natural beauty and the interesting experiences that come along with it. They are, quite simply, two afro-bearing Kenyan girls who like to ramble about life, natural hair, and everything in between. Together they're living their dream of blogging daily and spreading the word on…
Rosie Motene chats to Abena Ayivor and Mmabatho Kau about women in the film industry and focused on the amazing work that NFVF do. Together with Blongola Productions they created a film slate for female filmmakers.
It’s off to Uganda we go as Rosie Motene speaks with Chef, lover of food and life, Michael Bageine, about his extensive career in hospitality and some of his favourite Ugandan dishes.
15 Feb 2016
1 – 20
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