the event brings together entrepreneurs, experts, venture capital investment funds, incubator, thought leaders and policy makers.
We are pleased to name Aliume Damala Badara Thiam, popularly known as AKON as TAP Magazine ‘African of the Year’ 2017.
Since discovering, in her late teens, her creative flair and entrepreneurial spirit, Rionge has continued to forge for herself a path that has seen her rise to prominence as a business owner and consultant in the field of Information Technology, among others
Like most startups, ideas evolve and morph. As they were hard at work on developing a solution to the problem of selling a product online, they identified another problem; musicians were trying to get their music out there. How would they sell online? How could someone from Kenya buy that dope album by Ali Kiba? Mookh, that’s how.
Ciano Maimba is not your regular 23 year old Kenyan musician. He is one you meet and know he is onto something epic with his artistry.
Rising South African musician Nasty C
SiriusXM is a creative’s dream platform because there is limitless freedom to express oneself. Shout out to Diplo for the opportunity
By illustrating superior spirit and drive, this humble ghetto youth has now grown to wield immense influence over fellow youth all over the country.
I want to share the principles that helped me get to where I am today; The three Ps to success in the creative sector: Passion, Persistence and People.
for the longest time in Atlanta everything was segregated. Either you went to a hip-hop party, reggae party or African Party.
My own story begins with that of my parents - My parents met after my mom had just finished high school in Dar es salaam and they got married 5 years later. The funny thing is that my dad’s older brother married my mom’s older sister – that’s actually how they met
The two-year break were a time when I was figuring out the situation around the album, including how it is going to be released, who was going to release etc. since I also had a change in management.
As debates about globalism rage across the West, I am one of many people for whom “country” and “home” could never be simple concepts. I can’t help but understand my African story as one bound up in a much larger story of global politics and power.
The fear of putting brush to canvas was something she had to get over in order to revert back to her natural state as a creative and get back to her art after years .
Unfortunately, the spread of Christianity and Islam has not delivered the promised development and civilization. The continent remains the poorest in the world, and life expectancy in the region is the lowest. Unemployment, diseases, hunger, and illiteracy are endemic challenges that seem as if they may never go away at least for now.
Life is all about choices, we can either choose to relinquish our desires for momentary pleasures to realize your financial dreams by planning for it, or you can choose to continuously compare yourself to your peers as a benchmark for social class.
What do leaders like the late Tom Mboya ,the late Prof. Wangari Mathai, Kwame Nkrumah have in common? Their actions were able to change the perception of young people towards leadership, a living proof that one individual can make a change in a whole country.
Jide is the Ottawa man vying to be Ottawa's first black city Councillor. Ottawa, Canada’s capital city has never had a black city councilor – Jide Afolabi wants to change that.
In the wake of comments made by the US president about Africa being a 'Shithole" continent. The African Perspective Magazine founder details why he started this platform and why we all need to rise up and join the fight to re-brand Africa.
‘‘To a large extent, my lifestyle and work enables my nomadic lifestyle from working on the continent to discovering new cities and cultures for leisure.’’
Mount Kilimanjaro, which goes up to 5895 above sea level is the highest mountain in Africa and highest free standing mountain in the world
Accra’s air, around Osu, Airport, Labadi, Jamestown, is not only refreshing to breathe in, but can actually be tasted
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