Monthly Archives: June 2015

Africa Reign: Lisa Chiriseri

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Lisa Chiriseri is the founder of FACEZ which stands for “Fund A Child’s Education Zimbabwe” and FACEZ’s vision is to build a powerful local based education fund that assists marginalized and under privileged children attain a brighter future through access education and holistic support. Lisa also founded “Street Exit Strategies”a rehabilitation organisation working with people living and working on the street. Girls and women are close to Lisa’s heart and that is why she founded “Girls Monthly Meet” a young women’personal development program with over 160 members to date.

Lisa has co-founded the African Women Awards that aim to eradicate poverty, oppression, gender inequality and promote independence by providing impact on sustaining solutions for women. The awards will provide access to education, training and mentorship to African Women.

Africa Reign sounds to me like two words that present well who we are as a people; Kings and Queens, Princesses and Princes.  Africans have always held each other in high esteem , each tribe or family known and respected for their uniqueness and strengths.

How can we as the African youth build the African Dream?

We as African youth can build the African Dream by driving a collective understanding of what the ‘dream’ truly is. Over the years Africans youth have become less and less like the generations before us in our thinking and behaviour- we are less community minded and more individualistic, less giving and more about grabbing, less patient and perseverant and ever looking for ways to get rich quick, we are less moral and more self destructive than ever and we have no idea how to get back to where we once were as a people and in some cases no DESIRE to do so. All this is due to the fact that we lack a common vision, a common understanding and common goal for where we want Africa to be and how we can be involved in helping her get there.

African youth must rise to mould  and shape the true  the African Dream-  brand it, propel it, love it and each take the personal responsibility of living  deliberately , intentionally and purposefully towards it.

Do u think the youth is motivated enough to help develop Africa?

 I think African youth are extremely driven and motivated. We just sometimes lack common direction and understanding. It is our welcomed role to drive the development of Africa we just need to have our energies honed and channeled towards collective progress and productivity.

What is women empowerment & entrepreneurship’s role in developing a better Africa?

Empowering women has been proven to be one of the most powerful micro development tools. A woman’s  success will always equate to a family’s upliftment. Empower every single women in Africa today and see this continent’s people fully taken care of without a doubt. We still however need men- their experience, their expertise their objectivity and their male instincts have driven and still support development today. Entrepreneuership will take Africa to the next level; it will allow us to begin to control, hone and maximise our wealth and resources for ourselves,  own the process and benefit to the fullest from every stage of that process. Africa must continue to produce world class entrepreneurs that will lead and sustain the rest of our societies.

 

See the African Women Awards www.africanwomenawards.com for more info and inspiration on where Africa is going and which women are taking her there…. 

And see www.facez.co.zw  for an idea of what some young people have begun to do to make sure that Africa ‘s future is protected..

Facebook Pages: FACEZ ; GMM – Girls Monthly Meet
Twitter: LisaChiriseri
Google+: Lisa Chiriseri
Instagram: LisaChiriseri

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Africa Reign: Yemurai Nyoni

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Yemurai Nyoni is a 25-year-old Zimbabwean activist, who expects to influence global governance within the next 15 years through equipping young leaders and creating and supporting spaces for youth to exercise their leadership. As a leader in his country, he helped build and eventually led a national network of over 1200 young leaders working on sexual and reproductive health in Zimbabwe. His experience as an activist has seen him serve in a number of leadership positions nationally, regionally and globally. He also provides constant mentorship support and voluntary consultancy for young leaders in the African region who lead organizations in their countries.

Yemurai cares about women and girls because they’re largely at the receiving end of bad social policy, the repercussions of war, and the impact of drought and disease. According to the World Bank, women account for 61 percent of those living with HIV and young women are three times more likely to be HIV positive than young men. Girls continue to be married off in their adolescence, which puts them at grave risk of experiencing violence from their significantly older counterparts as well as adverse complications of pregnancy and childbirth.

In my view, according to the statistics we see everyday, being a young African woman is perhaps the most perilous form of identity in the world today. African women and girls face heightened life risks from the complications of pregnancy and child birth, are subjected different kinds of violence and t disenfranchised by our patriarchal society. I believe this isn’t right, and that we must turn the world on its head to right this injustice.

Yemurai also believes that the current investment case for women and girls should not focus on the burden of disease or the development challenges they face. He believes that we should focus instead on the strength and immense potential that women present as the ‘better-half’ of humanity. We must not invest in women because of their perceived weakness but because of their definite strength. Women are the driving force behind agriculture in the continent, they actively build the capacity of their children, are innovators in business and politics and have great resilience in the face of adversities like war, famine and disease. This is what fuels his passion for women and girls and he has determined that if he can play the smallest part in ensuring gender equality then he must play it well.

What does Africa Reign mean to you?

I value the concept of building a generation of African youth with the power to redefine their identity, shake of historical inferiority and claim their God-given influence. Africa Reign to me represents a movement with these values; a reflection of the strength of the youth of our continent and a chance to reconstruct the perception of what it means to be African.

What steps should we as African youngster take in order to move Africa Forward?

The first is to stop thinking small. To do this we must become more inquisitive, we must seek to find out why things are the way they are, to analyse the things we consume and find out how we can create them ourselves. We must change our mindsets from being perennial consumers of foreign culture, technology and education, to being producers of authentic African products. Who says British citizens shouldn’t learn Swahili or that the African drum shouldn’t become a core feature in international orchestras. So I challenge every young African to learn something new every year, to buy a notebook and think of new inventions. Create your own vacuum of innovation and force yourself to produce solutions to our continent’s challenges. Refuse to accept the existing order.

Check out Yemurai on his social media platforms

Skype: yemurai.nyoni
Twitter: @YNyoni
Blog: www.conversations4change.wordpress.com
Facebook: Yemurai Nyoni

 

 

Africa Reign: Ruramai Musekiwa

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Ruramai  Musekiwa is  a creative activist who’s passionate about art life and effecting positive social change through creative mediums and campaigns. She is a graphic designer by trade, writer, visual artist and aspirant muso. “Rudo” as she is affectionately known strives to find the balance between an extremely philanthropic business model and a focused profitable value proposition. “Sibahle”which means we are beautiful: is a campaign that was started by Rudo that is aimed at celebrating Africanism through the use of creative mediums and activations, an electric lifestyle brand with the African woman at the helm of its vision. 

African Reign to me is us owing our space and purpose individually and collectively and building on a foundation of passion and awareness of our beauty as a people.

According to Rudo building the “African Dream” starts with recognizing our power, potential and beauty. Once we have a new frame of reference, one that speaks to power and positivity, that energy will flow into progressive endeavors. through the Sibahle initiative, book clubs have been started in major cities like Johannesburg, Cape Town and even spiraling into London. Rudo is doing  a remarkable job by getting more African youth involved and showcasing their work on Sibahle Magazine. For us as the youth to help develop Africa, there should be campaigns that encourage active citizenry. Ruramai believes that there is hope for the youth and there is a generation of youth that are running with innovative concepts.

I think the media needs to stop perpetuating negative stereotypes and start highlighting the positive things that are happening on out continent. The subliminal impact of seeing negativity frequently is crippling.

Check out more on Sibahle and Ruramai’s work on www.sibahle.com

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Africa Reign: Aisha And Aminah

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Aisha and Aminah were born in Uganda’s Eastern District of Iganga in 1988 .Aminah currently  works as a freelance photographer and Aisha  currently work as lead photographer for Uganda’s number one sports website kawowo.com  and their love for African culture has got them to photograph traditional weddings which are very colourful  in the ‘Pearl of Africa’. Aminah has been to Zimbabwe but didn’t go Bungee jumping at Victoria Falls because it’s something she’d love to do with Aisha.

I love travelling and meeting new people, I dream of traveling to at least 30 of the 54 African countries.I believe that whenever someone goes to a new place, it’s not about staying in the five star hotels but to get out of the comfort zone and get to interact with the people in the particular place.Each country is different as regards customs and culture. My commonest phrase is, “Travel is the best form of education.”- Aisha

On building the “African Dream”the twins agree that we as the youth should work together and share positive stories about countries. We as the youth should support each other and help each other achieve our dreams. When the African youth becomes part of the solution and the change that is happening now then we can definitely help portray Africa as the continent were dreams can be achieved and an individual’s full potential can be maximized.

I don’t not think the youth is motivated enough to help develop Africa. The youth have not fully embraced their cultures and always want to welcome Western ideas with many still opting to leave the continent to in search of greener pastures. Many decide not to return because they don’t believe there’s much they can do for Africa as individuals- Aminah

Aminah believes journalism has a personal responsibility of selling Africa to the World, they have to do that  through telling the stories about Africa that are not often told by foreign media. A single African story has been told and that’s a story on AIDS, poverty, crime, genocide, malnutrition and so many more. There are African countries have rebuilt themselves after the problems they have faced and that is something that should not go unnoticed . A good example is Rwanda after the 1994 Genocide.

In my words (my quote)

When they say you can’t, they have no clue how bad you want it. The limits they set for themselves are the same limits they set for you.

Devote your energy to bettering yourself and reaching your dreams, let the result of the work SHOUT your answer to all who say you can’t- Aisha

To see more of the twins work:

www.twinsonthemove.com

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Twinsonthemove/772768946074853?fref=ts

https://twitter.com/TwinsOnTheMove

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Africa Reign: Sophie and Louise Kanza

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Sophie and Louise founded the  Sophie A Kanza foundation, a self-funded charity organization. They came up with the concept #CandyCraftDays and rolled it out into sincere charity organizations and no fee day care centers that had little to no government funding in and around Johannesburg. They buy bulk of sweets and packaging for events  A few friends (all currently under the age of 25) collect the remainder of the goodies and they host the craft days where the kids create their own candy crafts using sweets.

Sophie and Louise were born in DRC and have lived in South Africa ever since they were toddlers. Although they are hoping to attract sponsorships , they still keep on working on their foundation. They have started collecting and distributing clothing and sanitary supplies to shelters and orphanages. Their organisation has grown so much through social media and they have volunteers from other African countries like Tanzania, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Congo Brazzaville, Gabon and Malawi.

The Sophie A Kanza Foundation’s goal is unity in diversity. Building friendships and learning from and about each other’s cultures. If the youth can become open minded and tolerant, it is then easier to transmit these sentiments and influence others. We also focus on the fear of foreigners (Xenophobia), in this case it is the fear of the unknown. Most of the young immigrants moved to South Africa before they could speak so they feel no concrete attachment to their home countries yet are still victimized in the country they now call home. They have no sense of belonging. But how can an African be a foreigner, in Africa?

We decided to use charity as the means to bring people together because we felt it was important for youth to know that they can make a difference, regardless of their nationality, race or financial status. We encourage the youth to go out and make a difference in people’s lives.

Many “foreigners” are accustomed to congregating among themselves to avoid victimization. We work to take them out of these comfort zones. Once we work together towards making a difference we learn that we are all the same, brothers and sisters of Africa. Not enemies or threats.

Africa reign to me means knowing who I am, where I’m from and how we are connected. Using this vast information and beautiful pictures to shine in my part of Africa and furthermore chop and change my surroundings.- Sophie

Sophie feels that there is  a lack of platforms created for dialogue and genuine interaction between locals and immigrants. The youth needs to create these platforms and work together. If the youth can become open minded and tolerant towards African brothers and sisters, the shift is possible. Also we need to create a culture of visiting other African cities to soak up culture and experiences that we can bring home to share with others. “We are all called to make a difference and contribute to the improvements of our continent”says Sophie.

 I believe Africans have an inherited entrepreneurial spirit. Even before paper money, banks, business schools etc. This inherited spirit need to be nurtured and developed to bridge the gap. Many skills have become income generators such as hairdressing, dress making e.t.c many of which are self taught.

For more on #CandyCraftDays and the Sophie A Kanza Foundation check https://www.facebook.com/sophieakanzafoundation

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Africa Reign: Magunga Williams

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Magunga is  trained in law at the University of Nairobi. However, the dream is to write. He started a blog when the writing bug got him in 2012. It became popular among his peers until it gained more traction and he got nominated and won awards.

To be able to tell a good story is my only vanity. So I write for a living, but most importantly I write to live.

His website (www.magunga.com) is a creative writing hub. A wonderland for fascinating stories. Magunga believes that we all live and die by the stories we tell and everyone has a story. It just needs to be told.The website concentrates on fiction, creative non fiction, poetry and book reviews.

I welcome people who have the talent to write but not the space or audience. I share my space with them, and I hope that this platform will someday grow to become Africa’s most read creative writing hub.

His Awards and accolades:

Best Overall Blog – Connect Vuka Border, Inter-University Blogging Challenge 2013

Winner – Samsung Blogger Challenge 2014

1st Runners Up – Best New Blog in the BAKE (Bloggers Association of Kenya) Awards  2014

1st Runners Up – Most Promising Blog in the SoMA (Social Media Awards) 2014

1st Runners Up – Best Creative Writing Blog in the BAKE (Bloggers Association of Kenya) Awards  2015

What does Africa Reign mean to you?

It means hope. Hope in Africa. Africa as a continent has so much potential yet it remains untapped for many excuses that pose as reasons.  I am hopeful that this initiative will break these barriers and unlock our potential.

How can we as the African youth build the African Dream?

We can take the centre stage in our different fields. I plan to unite a continent by telling stories through my website and social media pages. Other young people in other fields should also take the lead in their own spaces. We have been ‘leaders of tomorrow’ for far too long. Tomorrow is here now.

Do u think the youth is motivated enough to help develop Africa?

Enough? No. Not enough. There can never be enough motivation for development. We should always be motivated to do more. The moment we say “enough” is the moment we become complacent, and we cannot afford complacency.

What is Literature’s role in developing a better Africa?

Literature will keep telling the stories that need to be told. Literature is the point of knowledge.  That means it is the source of inspiration, entertainment, opportunities and power to develop the mind. Literature has been playing this role for the longest time, especially for Africa. Sadly, many of us have not been watching or listening.

Words are living things – Rix Poet.

Twitter: MagungaWilliams
Facebook: Magunga Williams
Website:
www.magunga.com

Africa Reign: Kagiso Koyabe

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Kagiso Koyabe, is an Economist with a degree from the University of Johannesburg, entrepreneur and designer from Botswana. A South African graffiti artist who told Kagiso about the history of the Hip Hop Culture in Southern Africa and taught him about design, materials and art  inspired Kagiso to start an urban lifestyle company called Lucky Charm Creations.

Lucky Charm Creations started out focusing on initial designs for t- shirts as well as customized graffiti apparel. During his timein UJ Lucky Charm partnered in sponsoring with the Hip Hop Association of UJ the annual Break Dance Competition which ran for 2 years, as well as partnering with Film students at UJ together with some from AFDA in organizing the FYTA Independent Film Festival in collaboration with Coal Stove a South African film house.

During his time as a student of Economics, Kagiso worked at building his company and was selling his merchandise at  3 stores in the Melville – Newtown area. Being back in Botswana Lucky Charm has been registered and  has started off by working with community and charity projects to generate funds through entertainment and art activities and exhibitions.

Currently Kagiso is working on ways to make an innovative impact through fashion and Art, this has put him on a path to try and research, test and improve the garments and products being released under the Lucky Charm brand, in order to establish his second full line of clothes, beyond t-shirts and plain hoodies, incorporating fabrics (African prints and others) into my garments to make them more comfortable, unique and of a high enough quality to make it comparable to international brands. In the future once the company structure is stable, He aims to convert Lucky Charm into a NGO that will run as an Urban Lifestyle company with regional and international reach, that distributes its Profit to various charities on an annual basis, ensuring that its purpose outlives him. The purpose being to encourage people to Dream, and be Creative in actualizing these dreams, and lastly to Give back to the communities that raised them in order to improve the options marginalized youth have in current times of high youth unemployment and frustrations

Africa Reign means a celebration of African entrepreneurship, talent and drive. I believe that this project can help sing praise of some of the bright stars of Africa and motivate many other hopefuls to continue pursuing their dreams and goals, moreover, this can help us see how alike we are as Youth in Africa, how we share challenges and frustrations, and demonstrate the necessity for African Unity

According to Kagiso the only way for there to be an “African Dream” is for the youth in Africa to unite over its hardships and challenges, and bond together in generating sustainable solutions and options for the development of Africa. This can be done by African to African internships, skills exchanges, regional youth business forums and programmes. In this way not only will we learn tolerance to our fellow Africans, we will also understand their history, their challenges and also opportunities.

The Youth is definitely motivated to provide solutions in developing Africa, but need a high level forum that can engage them on their ideas, and assist them in building them up towards assisting with improving lives of other youth and their own countries.

What is fashion’s role in developing a better Africa?

Fashion has as pivotal role to play as it is an expression of culture and personality. Culture in itself is dynamic and ever adaptive to innovation and shifts in trends in traditional structures, which are often fused with modern ideas and expressions. this makes the current fashion scene very vibrant and competitive, with more and more Africans going into the industry and more regional fashion shows and exhibitions, Fashion and the creative sector as a whole will have a strong role to play in unifying Africa and giving us an identity we are proud of, to lead us into the future.

Stay in touch with Lucky Charm Creations on https://www.facebook.com/OrganicUrbanCulture

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Africa Reign: Belinda Phofu

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Belinda Phofu is a  21 year old creative entrepreneur and alternative jewelry designer. Belinda’s brand SIIC,which stands for Style Is InCalculable, is an alternative jewelry brand that was created in 2012.

She began making jewelry in 2012, which was the year she had to take a gap year because her mom couldn’t afford to send me to varsity.Belinda wanted to study wardrobe and costume design at AFDA.

Having too much time on your hands and nothing to do can drive anyone crazy so for Belinda making jewelry at the time was something she was doing just to keep me busy.It was only when she noticed that there was a demand for her products that she decided to establish a brand. SIIC was born mainly because that is what people would say when they saw her jewelry. 

 I really loved the ring that the word had to it and so I decided to use it as my brands name. I just wanted it to have meaning,which is where Style Is InCalculable came from. 

Belinda’s approach when making my jewelry is basically taking mundane every day objects and tuning them into creative jewelry pieces. SIIC is different is that it’s an alternative jewelry brand that believes that Art is  a culture and SIIC is about preserving and growing that culture, as well as using that culture to tell stories. Art Is Currency was Belinda first big project, she collaborated with 10 visual artists and they created illustrations that interpreted Belinda’s jewelry pieces. The aim was to show SIIC from a different eye, the eye of the visual artist.

It was  a huge success, I’m reallly happy with how everything turned out and I’m really greatful to the visual artists, blacknation family and Mpho Makua from StylaGang for all the help.I couldn’t have done it without them.

To Belinda African Reign  means inspiring creatives to keep following their dreams and helping them achieve their dream. In comparison to Art Is Currency, Africa Reign is also about preserving culture as well. Creatives can help push Africa forward by collaborating on projects. 

 

Check out Belinda’s Work on http://styleisincalculable.tumblr.com

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Africa Reign: Ndutiye Colombe

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Ndutiye Colombe is the founder and creative director of INCO ices a Rwanda based fashion brand.  Her aspiration is to expand INCO’s work and to showcase what uniqueness that Africa and Rwanda have to offer. Ndituye is currently working on opening a store project that she expects will enable other young and upcoming designers to showcase and make their creations available through retail. She has realized that at earlier stages most local and young brands are not able to fully finance themselves and have stores, therefore they cannot reach their market. That is why the solution was to have a store were these brands can be made available. INCO produces quality products and they want to penetrate both the national and international market and stimulating the economy.

Within Africa Reign, I see The African ability to compete in its originality

Ndutiye believes that we can have the African Dream if the youth starts believing that they can, by learning from different opportunities offered to them and most of all from learning from their elders’ experiences and their own mistakes.  The youth needs to believe that they are the ones who own their countries and the African continent. they need to take education seriously and work well in their chosen fields and not forgetting that the future depends on them.

I think the youth has heard enough speeches and now they need to take action. If they are willing to learn then they will always find ways.

In developing Africa fashion has a huge role to play. Ndutiye highlights the number of jobs that can be created, designers, the tailors, models, photographers, writers, journalist and event planners just to mention a few are able to get jobs and content through fashion. Africa has a large number of imports on clothes. If the African fashion industry is strengthened then the millions that flow out of our countries can be spent in Africa thereby developing the fashion industry and stimulating economic growth.

Fashion is in someways a cultural identity from where it is made and what it represents including the story of its origin and the makers.

Find more on Ndutiye’s brand on www.incofashion.com and https://www.facebook.com/INCO-Icyusa

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Africa Reign: Zaid Philander

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Zaid is bag designer and he teaches people with disabilities and from disadvantaged communities how to create their own products within their home. Zaid started I Scream & Red a planet friendly company that creates bags made from recycled seat-belts, reused car/homestead upholstery and rejected sample fabric  books. They use natural organic cotton and materials to bind all their products. I Scream & Red trains and empowers people from previously and currently disadvantaged backgrounds with the skills to create these products and to sustain employment in order to significantly improve their lives

 

I do not believe that the individuals we teach have to continue working for my project, but instead, should be able to acquire their own clients and build on what they have. I do not believe in providing someone with job, but instead, I believe in helping them build their own career.

Zaid is interested in helping communities and building on the skills they have learned by giving them the advantage of learning how to start business of their own and use the skills they have in a pressure free environment. He has always been interested in the fashion sector and creating items that unite people by what they wear and allowing them to express their individuality.

I like the turbulence of the fashion industry and also the creative side that allows one to constantly work at revolutionizing the way we wear, think and express art in its most basic form. That basic form being simply clothes.

On Africa Reign:

Africa Reign: Reign means to be in power or rule. However, I believe that this is always what we have been doing. As an African and someone that is proud of where he comes from, I realize that the entire world exists off of Africa, whether we backdating to which continents were the most rich in resources or to the best of inventions. I believe that the world could not exist if it was not for Africa. So does this not mean that Africa was always on the Global throne to begin with? Sadly, ownership and everything around many periods that has passed has got people to perceive Africa as the less fortunate. I however, believe that we should be proud, for our reign has never really ended.

So when someone asks me what does Africa Reign mean to me? It means, now, it means, always have been and it means the chance to show pride and be better at any we have come to know.

Zaid believes having a united vision, having the courage and determination to want others to lead and succeed is the correct recipe for building the African Dream. He thinks working at our communications between groups is what is best to work on as most of us are doing great work, we  just need to ensure that the work we do in building that African dream is communicated to the public, among ourselves and to other leaders across the globe in order for it to work well.

On the youth helping to develop Africa Zaid thinks there are selected individuals out there that are willing to make the change and there are some who are not exposed to the opportunity or whom expects to know or experience better than that of what they are given. Part of us all as an individual is to want better and create a drive for us all. Zaid highlights that not everyone is a leader and that he thinks some may be followers and others may succeed upon the dream and will of wanting to make Africa a better place. All of us are not born leaders, but we all can build in our own capacities to develop the Africa we believe in.

Check out I Scream & Red ‘ s bag on their website and facebook page. www.iscreamandred.co.za

Facebook: www.facebook.com/iscreamandred

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