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Caven Etomi's Festive Spring 2015 Tees

Streetwear luxury brand Caven Etomi unveils a festive new batch of tees from their spring 2015 collection.

Caven Etomi has just unveiled some warm and colorful arrivals for their spring 2015 collection. Founded in 2013 by Joan and Doreen Caven and Oseyi Etomi, the label says they make affordable luxury casual-wear inspired by African history, culture and art. Their festive latest batch of unisex shirts, which they call a "tongue-in-cheek take on unique African visuals," includes an African Fashion Dolls tee, a Tropical Beats tee (which our music editor just pointed out features Analog Africa's Afro-Beat Airwaves cover) and a Wax Print Beauty tee in sleeveless and short-sleeve styles. For more from Caven Etomi, see photos from their Geometric Fall/Winter 14/15 Lookbook and the J.D Okhai Ojeikere‘s Hairstyles-inspired collection for their streetwear sub-branch, Kingdom. Keep up with Caven Etomi on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
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South African Queer Activists Occupy Cape Town Mansion

A South African queer activist group has taken over a Cape Town mansion to protest lack of adequate housing and land rights in South Africa.

A queer activists group, under the name Coloured Mentality, has taken over a Cape Town mansion in a wealthy area of Camps Bay. The group consists of seven coloured, queer artists. According to EWN Coloured Mentality's actions are a form of protest to highlight the wealth inequality in South Africa, mostly inadequate housing and lack of land rights for Blacks.

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Cameroon Protests Call for End to President Paul Biya’s 40-Year Rule

Cameroon's peaceful protests against President Paul Biya's 40-year rule have been violently dispersed by security forces with one protester reportedly killed.