This #AfricaMonth, we list ten books by writers from the diaspora.
Author: Unam Ntsababa
The album in its entirety explores themes of modern love, lust and loss.
New York-based Global Brand Communicator and Specialist, Jay Carson continuously makes global strides.
“My mission is to bridge the gap through my art and collaborate with like-minded individuals to create a better South Africa,” he says.
Laetitia Piers from Cape Town sells hair and skin products that are formulated for Africans by Africans.
Shabangu talks to 10and5 about the importance of social commentary in art, bringing his visions from God to life, as well as exploring power dynamics in the arts.
Nomaza Nongqunga Coupez opens up about the importance of Africans telling African stories, trusting your instincts and actualizing one’s dreams.
South African MensWear Week, hosted at the V&A Waterfront on the 8th of February 2020 could be typically described as the Mecca for all fashion designers, aesthetes, creatives and everyone else who appreciates what the South African fashion industry has to offer.
Originally from a small town in the Eastern Cape called eGcuwa, Yamkela moved to Cape Town to pursue her studies. She vividly recalls her love for designing dating back to when she was only 13 years old – this is around the same time she made a bag from her mom’s bra.