African hair as a cultural identity and different perspectives

Different Perspectives About African Hair in the 21st Century

Different perspectives about African hair in the 21st century tend to turn conversations into an awkward mood, especially among black sisters who are free to wear different kinds of hairstyles. But the freedom to wear any hairstyle, especially among African … Continue reading Different Perspectives About African Hair in the 21st Century

African Goddess wearing gold jewellery around her neck and hands. The moon behind her represents power.

The Mythical Origins of the African Goddesses in West African Societies

African Goddesses and West African societies is an exploration of African religion for the sake of understanding what African Goddesses are and how Western African societies relate to them. In this post I explore the existence of African Goddesses, which … Continue reading The Mythical Origins of the African Goddesses in West African Societies

Mirriam Makeba singing on the Mic.

Tracking Mama Mirriam Makeba’s Journeys from Johannesburg to Italy

Tracking Mama Mirriam Makeba’s journeys around the world is a historical moment filled with adventures, beautiful people and  ideologies.  Mama Mirriam Makeba is known for her breathtaking music and for representing South Africa and the African diaspora to the world. … Continue reading Tracking Mama Mirriam Makeba’s Journeys from Johannesburg to Italy

#FeesMustFall campaign to demonstrate dissatisfactions.

#FeesMustFall: The Untold Campus Stories by South African Students

Untold stories of students from various South African universities on what #FeesMustFall is about: The significance of anthropology in history. #FeesMustFall: The untold stories on campus are stories that the majority of people do not know about. Majority of people … Continue reading #FeesMustFall: The Untold Campus Stories by South African Students

Album cover of Miseducation of Lauryn Hill

Anthropology: Significance of ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’ in Cultural Exchange

The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill is the debut solo album by an American recording artist. The album miseducates and relates. On why we love The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill Lauryn Hill was born on 26 May 1975 in East Orange, … Continue reading Anthropology: Significance of ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’ in Cultural Exchange