It’s Cold AF!!! #selfie #selflove #HappyFriday
Probably some of my favorite photos I’ve ever taken.
Rented some tradition wooden plank boats used by fishermen in Ghana and met some young Ghanaians who definitely showed us a thing or two how it’s done. Thankful I was able to wade out and capture some awesome shots of these guys.
Happy Women’s Month South Africa!
Designed by South African graphic artist Sechaba Paneng, the above poster features Women’s Rights leader Sophia Williams-De Bruyn - one of the leader’s of the Women’s March held on August 9th, 1956, in Pretoria where over 20, 000 women staged a collective individual protest.
They making their way to Pretoria’s Union buildings with signed petitions against restrictive pass laws to be handed to Prime Minister JG Strijdom.
The heading at the top means “you strike women, you have struck a rock” - lines from a song the women sang in protest as they marched through the streets of the capital.
WOMEN’S MONTH POST: Nandipha Mntambo - “Praça de Touros" (2008).
Shot in the now abandoned Praça de Touros arena in Maputo where black Mozambicans once fought for the entertainment of the colonial Portuguese, Mntambo rehearses the steps and takes on the persona of a professional bullfighter - a role usually reserved for men.
Where no animal is present, Mntambo dons an animal hide on her back suggesting that in the absence of an actual bull, she is both the fighter and the victim, the hunter and the hunted, both the fear and the feared in a scenario where neither occupant had agency over their being in the ring and the consequence of what lay ahead.
About the cowhide, Nandipha says, “I have used cowhide as a means to subvert expected associations with corporeal presence, femininity, sexuality and vulnerability.”
Nandipha Mntambo was born in Swaziland in 1982 but grew up in Johannesburg. She obtained a Masters in Fine Arts from the Michaelis School of Fine Arts at the University of Cape Town in 2007, and in 2011, she was chosen as the Standard Bank Young Artist for Visual Art .
All Africa, All the time.
Dynamic Africa Global Events Listing: Music.
Music events happening all around the world!
August 29th - 30th
A secret location only disclosed to ticket holders, Kent
August 29th - 31st
Larmer Tree Gardens,
Malian music legend Salif Keita will be embarking on a special acoustic of the United States that kicks off on August 30th at Chicago’s Africa Festival. See all the dates and venues here.
August 30th - September 21st
Various venues, USA
Danny Brown, French Montana, ARAABMUZIK and more make up the line up for this Labor Day concert hosted by Fool’s Gold Recs.
50 Kent, New York (Brooklyn)
Outkast, Busta Rhymes, Candi Staton, SBTRKT, Laura Mvula, MNEK, and many, many more.
September 4th - 7th
Robin Hill Country Park near Newport, Isle of Wight.
An evening of the finest in Ethiopian jazz from the master of the genre himself.
Southbank Centre, London
Don’t miss out on a chance to see the incredibly talented Luke James performing live in New York.
SOBs, New YorkFrom September 26th-28th, Africa’s Biggest Music Festival is going to take place in the town of Cullinan 30 km east of Pretoria in Gauteng Province. Get to see African and international acts, Fally Ipupa, Tiwa Savage, Khuli Chana, Wizkid and AKA, to Nicki Minaj, Kid Ink, and J. Cole.
September 26th - 28th
One of South Africa’s premiere music festivals, Rocking the Daisies is the unofficial official event of the summer. With headlining artists such as MGMT, the Rudimentals, Beatenberg, The Presets, Arno Carstens, and Taxi Violence, Rocking the Daisies this year boasts a number of stages with bands and artists from South Africa and the rest of the world.
October 2nd - 5th
Cloof Wine Estate, Darling
South Africa’s premiere deep house music festival is currently in its second year. Catch the likes of Craig Massiv, House Knights, Electronic Mafia and Ricardo Da Costa all in one place.
Meyers Farm, Alberton
October 4th - 5th
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Found this on my windshield. #landroverdefender (Taken with Instagram at Kelana Square)
so everybody at afropunk was freaking gorgeous.
black folk so damn fly
Photo with 1 note
Gas Station, this is Africa ❤️❤️❤️❤️ rules are simple, life is beautiful
Winnie Harlow is the new face of Desigual.
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