Dynamic, engaging and celebratory, AfriPOP! gives readers a front-row seat to the modern African perspective. We aim to inspire across borders by curating relevant cultural conversations around what affects Afropolitans around the globe. Our smart and engaging take on African pop culture, fashion and art is relevant, fun, and in the know. Talk to us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

Yolanda Sangweni, Editor-In-Chief

” AfriPOP! is… a labor of love; a celebration of our innovativeness, our funkiness, our style, our possibilities as children of the African diaspora.”

Phiona Okumu, Editor

“AfriPOP! is…a budding nucleus for movers, shakers, dreamers, believers, creators, influencers of Africa’s right now generation, the world over.


 

5 Comments

 

  1. August 1, 2013  10:53 am by admin

    Ntokozo, you come visit us everyday and you're subscribed. afripopmag.com xo

  2. July 31, 2013  7:25 am by Ntokozo

    Hi

    I've just stumbled into this website, how do I subscribe please?

  3. July 10, 2013  2:10 pm by Daniel Falonipe

    Also a true son of mama Africa! i just stumbled upon this blog and all that keeps popping up silently in my heart is WELL DONE! http://danielfalonipe.wordpress.com is my blog address. you can just stop by and check what we have about Africa.

  4. June 4, 2013  5:36 am by Fifi

    Ever since stumbling onto this website, I have found myself visiting and reading and thinking and being inspired. I'm usually very critical to content but I must say I am so happy that what I see here is commitment, inspiration, confidence, entrepreneurship, the collective and much much more, all rolled into one. I find that highly commendable and hope you maintain the fantastic work you do.

  5. February 28, 2012  4:58 am by the otzovist

    I was impressed with a lot of your content. Its great to see young Africans highlighting our cultural achievements all around the world. That said, your books section,under culture needs quite a bit of work. There are so many books that have recently come out that are/could be of interest to a lot of us out here. Lets not perpetuate the negative stereotype of our alleged fear of decent reading material. B.

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