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African Celebrities Who Inspire Us To Dress Better…

Inspirational Stories: African Celebrities Who Inspire Us To Dress Better  Clothes communicate certain hidden elements of your personality. It can be a great starting point of conversation. If you see someone dressed in a way that speaks to you, approach him or her. Chances are you’ll have a great deal in common. Your clothes, colours and mannerisms speak volumes about what’s going on inside of you. According to research, when people are happy and secured with themselves they turn to go for bright colours. We choose our clothes as carefully as we choose our friends. When you step out...

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Asamoah Gyan – Celebrities Who Inspire Us

African Celebrities Who Inspire Us – Asamoah Gyan FBF: History of Ghana football will be incomplete without mentioning the indispensable contribution of a football veteran, Asamoah Gyan.  The Ghanaian professional football striker began his outstanding career in the Ghanaian Premier League before gaining the attention of top European clubs. Asamoah Gyan made enviable history as one of the few to win the BBC African Footballer of the Year in 2010 along with three consecutive awards of the UAE Pro League Top Scorer in 2012, 2013 and 2014.   Asamoah Gyan was born in Greater Accra, Ghana on the 22nd...

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African Celebrities Who Inspire Us

ZOLA MASEKO The Swazi director is known for his documentaries about Xenophobia. Born in 1967 when his parents were in exile, he spent his childhood and teenage years in the UK. His first documentary Dear Sunshine was released in 1992. Moving to South Africa shortly after that, he experienced severe attacks of Xenophobia. This inspired him to portray the issues in South Africa through documentaries. His documentary about Sarah Baartman, a woman of Khoisan descent who was taken to London as a performer because of her ” unusual looks”, received critical acclaim. He also won the Best African Documentary...

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African Celebrities – IRENE UWOYA, SHILOLE, FANTANA, JOKATE MWGELO…

Editors Choice Today SHILOLE The full name of the Tanzanian singer is Zena Yusuf Mohammed. She was born in December 1987 in Igunga. After losing her mother at a young age, she had to work and study at the same time. Chasing her dreams, she started a music career in R&B and quickly became one of the most distinguished female artists of Tanzania. Not only was she nominated several times at KTMA with her songs Namchukua, Paka La Bar, and Lawama, but she was also the first Tanzanian female artist to reach 1 million followers on Instagram. Her success...

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Powerful and Famous African Celebrities

If you like our articles about Inspiring African Celebrities To Watch, then you will the Celebs mentioned below as well. CYRIL RAMAPHOSA The current president of South Africa, Ramaphosa was born in Johannesburg in 1952. After attending primary school and high school in Soweto, he studied law at the University of the North in Limpopo. During his university years, he joined South African Students Organization and the Black People’s Convention. He was detained in solitary confinement in 1974 for organizing pro-Frelimo rallies for Mozambique. After being released, he became a law clerk in Johannesburg and continued pursuing higher education...

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