Trevor Noah, the young South African comedian who has built his stock in trade on telling uncomfortable jokes about race, was great on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno last week. If I want to tell someone I admire them, but then slap them afterwards, like he did, this would be my time to do it. He made us laugh, and he made us proud. He almost didn’t embarrass us. [...]
A rousing success at the 2011 Sundance and Toronto Film Festivals, ‘Pariah’ is the feature-length expansion of writer/director Dee Rees’ award-winning 2007 short film ‘Pariah’. Spike Lee is among the feature’s executive producers. Luso Mnthali spoke to Dee
The high-fashion glossy crowns Nigerian-born editor Oroma Elewa one of it’s style stars of 2011.
Forbes Magazine has taken it famous wealthiest list to the continent and released their inaugural ‘Africa’s 40 Richest.’ Here’s what we learned.
“I love the fact that [African fashion] is not afraid to be itself. It’s very bold and brave,” says Arise Magazine editor Helen Jennings on her new book, ‘New African Fashion.’
As COP17 kicks off and the Climate Train eventually rolls into Durban, after its journey across South Africa, we hope that the leaders sitting at this conference finally realise their purpose.
“Maybe more designers are becoming more responsible and aware in their sourcing or it has become a major trend to source and produce in Africa. Either way the African designers are also making a stand…” Jacqueline Shaw breaks down ethical fashion, and her hot new site African Fashion Guide.
There are so many reasons to heart Nigerian-American designer duo, Darlene and Lizzy Okpo…
‘State of Violence’ is about two generations of men who cannot articulate their emotions, who don’t take responsibility for lives, and use violence as a way of resolving issues. But ultimately both learn about forgiveness. Watch the trailer and get the movie opening date under the hood