“Millennials don’t want to work”, they said; “Millennials are lazy”, they said; yet significant social and economic changes in Africa will be and are being effected by Africa’s youth who have seen the gaps and the inabilities of their governments to provide for the people’s basic needs. Congolese born and South African raised sisters Sophie … More The Sophie A Kanza Foundation at the Forefront OF Charity Work And Critical Youth Conversations.
The global Fashion industry today is worth 3 trillion USD however, Sub-Sahara Africa accounts for only 1% of that. Of all the potential obstacles to growing this market in South Africa, it seems creative talent and exposure are the least of what hinders upcoming fashion brands from thriving on the international scene, access to finance … More Threads Stitched By Standard Bank: The Business Of Fashion Accelerator Programme
BASHI TRIBE FROM SOUTH KIVU IN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO Written By Eddy Mihigo I am from the Bashi tribe in the South Kivu province, one of three provincial groups (the others being Maniema and North Kivu) that make up the Kivu province of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The Democratic Republic of Congo is … More African Cultures By Young Africans: Bashi Tribe
After five months of internet,street and radio activations Jean Daniel releases the visuals to His “In My Circle” video,the video was shot at Faraday Taxi Rank in the Johannesburg CBD,its a paradox between the everyday ordinary life and the high fashion taste that Jean Daniel portrays with his image. Follow Jean Daniel: Twitter: @Jean_Daniell
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 … More Africa Reign: Sophie and Louise Kanza