Spotting A South African In A Foreign Country Through Popular South African Products

A few weeks ago I went out for drinks with my Tanzanian friend who I have never met but talked to her a lot online. When we met, she had other friends with her and introductions were made. Throughout our conversations, there was an accent that I recognized as South African but I wasn’t sureContinue reading “Spotting A South African In A Foreign Country Through Popular South African Products”

The Ndere Coupe Beautifully Captured At Ndere Cultural Centre in Uganda

On his recent trip to Uganda, American photographer Nadere Johnson captured dancers and performers at Ndere Cultural Centre. I absolutely love the way these dancers look in their traditional clothes and for some reason they have my heart singing songs I have never heard before yet they feel so right and so familiar. So inContinue reading “The Ndere Coupe Beautifully Captured At Ndere Cultural Centre in Uganda”

Date And Venue For Intwasa Fashion Show Announced

After successfully running the 1st Edition of Intwasa Fashion Show 2014, which featured a mixed bag of models from the professionals, public figures and plus size models, Intwasa Arts Festival in Collaboration with Hunnar Management Agency, presents the second edition of the fashion show on Saturday, 26 September 2015 during the Intwasa Arts Festival koBulawayo.Continue reading “Date And Venue For Intwasa Fashion Show Announced”

Basha Uhuru Freedom Festival 2014

June is youth month commemorating the brave youth of 1976 and everyone around the country celebrates in different ways . On the weekend leading up to 16 June there were a lot of festivities taking place around the country celebrating Youth day. Most were seen wearing their school uniforms hitting clubs, social gatherings, and festivals.Continue reading “Basha Uhuru Freedom Festival 2014”

MTN BushFire Festival 2014

So after many years of planning to attend the BushFire Festival in Swaziland and somehow getting my plans cancelled last minute, I was finally afforded the chance to not only attend the BushFire Festival but to explore the ┬ábeautifully breathtaking Kingdom of Swaziland by the Swaziland Tourism. The first day of the BushFire saw aContinue reading “MTN BushFire Festival 2014”

A day with Zakeeya Patel at her Previdar Magazine Shoot

So I was afforded a chance to interview Zakeeya Patel by the Previdar Magazine team. It was really lovely to meet the actress who is so down to earth and was willing to accommodate me. She was shooting for Previdar and you must keep it locked to http://www.previdar.com to see her shoot and interview .Continue reading “A day with Zakeeya Patel at her Previdar Magazine Shoot”

3 May 2014: Day 4 in Namibia

Saturday morning started with a bit of Praise and Worship at our Bungalow as we eagerly awaited the NAMAs 2014 main awards. The ever bubbly Mc Bright led all the songs which where mostly South African gospel songs and even though he did not know some words he sang on with all his heart. ItContinue reading “3 May 2014: Day 4 in Namibia”

2 May 2014: Day 3 in Namibia

There is no sleep. For people who literally slept at 5 am, by 10 am we have had breakfast and ready to explore Walvis Bay ( That is where we ended up) a town 30km outside of Swakopmund. We first went to the local taylor to do last minute touches on some outfits. We hadContinue reading “2 May 2014: Day 3 in Namibia”

1May: Day 2 in Namibia

So today I woke up late because of yesterday’s proceeding. We were at Adolf the taylor finishing up some suits for the NAMAs. I should really add Stylist and junior designer to my resume. I had fun learning how to make buttons being taught by Bhenge (the 12 year old) and Adolf. Its a hotContinue reading “1May: Day 2 in Namibia”

30 April 2014: Day 1 in Namibia

So this morning I boarded a plane to Namibia to visit friends and attend the much acclaimed Namibian Annual Music Awards (NAMAs). It was my first time on the plane and I must say that it was the exhilarating and I could not wait to explore the beautiful land. So at 7:45 am (Namibian time)Continue reading “30 April 2014: Day 1 in Namibia”