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Magical As Usual: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Africa

This is a gallery recap of the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Africa 2013.

Once more, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Africa was the hottest fashion event on the continent this year. With a broad range of incredible creative individuals, they brought about a fresh revival for the oncoming season. The trends are diverse and the most important statement is to choose what you want to wear. Nothing should be a fashion mistake as everyone has his own style — what looks good on someone doesn't necessarily have to be for you.  Enjoy pieces from Duaba Serwa, Kibonen, Laurence Airline, Marianne Fassler, Alexa Liss, Angie Masike, Bongiwe Walaza, Eleni Labrou, Gavin Rajah, Hugo Fleur, Kluk CGdT, Menckel, Mille Collines, Mina Evans, Projecto Mental, Sheria Ngowi, Shweta Wahi, Sophie Zinga, Taibo Bacar, Thula Sindi, Wetive Ngozi and Mustafa Hassanali. If you want to talk about it, tweet #pretapoundo.

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'Africa Is a Country Radio' Spotlights Cape Town in Latest Episode

Hosted by Chief Boima, the latest episode from 'Africa is a Country Radio' explores Cape Town's vibrant music scene from rapper YoungstaCPT to Cape Malay choral music, jazz and more.

Africa Is a Country Radio has shared its latest episode which puts Cape Town into the spotlight. The theme for the show's current season is port cities. Having explored the Black Atlantic and the Black Indian Ocean in their previous episodes, this latest episode positions Cape Town's history and so-called Cape Malay culture in the middle. The show is hosted by Sierra Leonean-American music producer and managing editor of the publication, Africa Is a Country, Chief Boima and also features two additional guests.

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Veteran South African Journalist Karima Brown Has Died

Tributes have been pouring in for journalist, political commentator and activist, Karima Brown, who has recently passed away from COVID-19.