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Merry Christmas Afritorialists!

The sun is shining It’s perfect timing Why? It’s Africa’s Christmas time No snow is falling Yet peace is calling Let’s share in a joy so sublime Then share a moment Forget the torment And join...
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Tippi: The Girl Who Talked to Animals

Meet Tippi Benjamine Okanti Degré. Cady-née-Tippi was born in Namibia in 1990, and spent her earliest years growing up in Africa, travelling with her parents - French wildlife photographers and...
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Peter Beard: Wild Thing

Renowned photographer Peter Beard speaks about his bloodstained work, his 40 years in Africa and his recent booklaunch. (Via Dazed+Digital) TASCHEN has relaunched a book on Peter Beard’s fascinating...
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Lagos’ Trash Power

LAGOS (Reuters) - One thing Nigeria's megacity of Lagos, one of the world's largest, generates in abundance is trash. Now it plans to turn that rubbish into electricity which the city desperately lacks. The...
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Street kicks made in Africa

So I just stumbled, via a friend, on a very interesting and rather rad new find and just had to share. The lowdown? Brand: Oliberté Product: Kick ass kicks Leather: African. Rubber:...
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The Concise Art of Teju Cole

Nigerian-born writer Teju Cole is emerging as a pop star African thinker and someone young-er, African intellectuals are scrambling to talk to. In essence, he lends cool to African literacy which has long...
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New Aswan music album immortalises the Nile region

For millennia, the Nile has nourished lands of human, ecological, and cultural beauty. Connecting the polyrhythmic styles of Lake Victoria and the pointed melodies of the Ethiopian highlands with the rich...
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Accra’s 2013 Chale Wote Festival

Nana Kofi Acquah documents the 2013 Chale Wote Festival. Each year Ghana's artists, musicians, filmmakers, writers, designers, students and onlookers take to the streets of Accra to celebrate and display their...