The world-famous song “Pata Pata”, a South African dance hit from 1967, is being re-released with new lyrics to spread information about coronavirus to vulnerable communities. Meaning “touch touch” in the Xhosa language, “Pata Pata” was written by the late Grammy-winning singer Miriam Makeba who named it after a dance
By Sam Evidence Orikunda. Today, I shared something on a certain what’s app group and different people reacted saying am disrespectful. Others were ordering me to have some respect for elders, since to them its cultural to respect every elder whether the elder is stupid or wise. I also replied
By Ashleigh Atwell Two Georgia teens claim their lives have been ruined since they were expelled from their high school for posting a racist TikTok video. The video was only 50 seconds long but it has caused Stephanie Freeman and Jeffrey Hume shame that will last for the foreseeable future. The
Many people are of the opinion that Africans should render unreserved apology to Bill Gates for calling him an antichrist, saying that the philanthropist meant well for Africans. Remember that some Nigerians and South Africans went to Bill Gates’ Instagram account calling for his arrest. This was after Bill Gates
ARE WE REALLY THAT THIRSTY? According to Zimbabwe News, it is reported that South Africans living along the border with Zimbabwe are jumping the boundary in search of beer.are we that Thirsty , are we not under strict movement restrictions? Fascinating enough, it is being mentioned that some of Zimbabwe’slocal
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Whatever tribe you belong to whether great or small, learn to embrace it because our different cultures and customs unite us as Africans, well provided there is no tribal wars among us. What I admire mostly about Africa are the women and mothers, no offence to the brothers. Hard work,
By Daniel Mwambonu, The President of Global Pan Africanism Network (GPAN) The continent of Africa is home to many indigenous religions: Vodun, Ifá, Badimo, Dini Ya Misambwa, Ọdinani, and countless others. A century ago, these were the dominant faiths across the continent, but today, only about 10% of Africans practice an indigenous religion.