A showcase of African talent and creativity through music, arts and entrepreneurship drew crowds from the local Islington community and further afield to Ringcross Community Centre in north London in August. Continue reading “Community celebrates African talent”
The Blueprint Conference Ghana 2019
The Blueprint Conference Accra will be themed ‘Celebrating African Heritage through Interior Design’ and will feature speakers exploring the intersection between interior architecture, cultural inspiration and modernism. The event will be staged between Friday October 25, 2019 from 3:30PM to Saturday October 26, 2019 4:30PM. Continue reading “October events – Year of Return 2019”
The Voyajah Foundation will launch its inaugural Homecoming Programme in Ghana, which will include panel discussions, networking events, historical group tours, pop-ups stores and live music performances by both local and established high profile international artists. The event is staged on Saturday 7th September 7, 2019 from 3:30PM – 4:30PM. For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org Continue reading “September events – Year of Return 2019”
African-inspired designs are set to dominate the international fashion scene next month with the return of the largest annual African fashion event in Europe.
Click this link to book tickets and also to access our 15% discount as one of Africa Fashion Week London’s (AFWL) media partners. Continue reading “AFWL 2019 to feature eco and sustainable fashion”
Vanessa Gounden is one of South Africa’s most successful mining magnates. She is also a fashion designer.
Click this link to book tickets to AFWL and also to access our 15% discount as one of AFWL’s media partners. Continue reading “Meet the AFWL 2019 designers – Vanessa Gounden”
The concert will feature gospel artists from Africa and the diaspora. The current headliner is Bebe Winans, the widely acclaimed American gospel and R&B singer and member of the noted Winans family. Continue reading “August events – Year of Return 2019”
Africa Fashion Week London (AFWL) 2019 returns from 9 August for two days. This event returns to Freemasons’ Hall London. AFWL 2019 has been running since 2011 and has showcased the work of around 900 designers/exhibitors and represented over 50 countries – 30 of them from the African continent.
Click this link to book tickets and also to access our 15% discount as one of AFWL’s media partners.
National Pan-Hellenic Council Republic Week Reunion
Tau Chi Chapter, an unincorporated association of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc., will organise a series of events to take place in Accra, Ghana to be called The National Pan-Hellenic Council Republic Week Reunion from Jul 1, 2019 3:30PM – Sun, Jul 7, 2019 4:30PM. Continue reading “July events – Year of Return 2019”
Africa Writes, the UK’s biggest celebration of contemporary African writing brought to you by the Royal African Society, returns to the British Library from Friday 5 July to Sunday 7 July 2019 featuring three headline events and a packed festival weekend. Bringing together over 60 of the most influential African writers and thought leaders, this 8th festival edition covers over 20 countries and explores a cross-section of themes and critical ideas about African literature today. Continue reading “Africa Writes 2019 – Cosmology, Masculinity, Fatherhood & Mental Health”
Considering relocating to Ghana but unsure of where to start? Toying with the idea of doing business out there or looking for some adventure? If you didn’t make it to the panel discussion on the topic, organised by Ghanaian Londoners Founder Adwoa Agyemang on 16 May 2019, this post aims to furnish you with tips, tricks and some points to consider when decide to make that move.
The Wax Print Film is a documentary style film that explores the origins and cultural implication of wax print fabric by investigating its past, present and future in Ghana and Nigeria. Continue reading “May & June events – Year of Return 2019”
They say the best things in life are free and when it comes to visiting Ghana, I would say that is possible to view some of the fascinating aspects of the country – without spending a fortune and still learn about her heritage, cultures and get a sense of socio-dynamics of the country.