If you are in the UK and are looking for the ultimate African market experience, then look no further then Pop Up Africa!
Pop Up Africa was created by Jessica Laditan and Victoria Akagwu. Their passion to make African and African inspired retail and culinary providers more available to a wider audience resulted in them setting up events such as 'Africa at Spitalfields', 'The African Street Food Takeover' and the general 'Pop Up Africa' movement.
Below are some wonderful pictures from their previous events.
Pop Up Africa is more than just a trading space, but a hub aimed at celebrating culture and inspiring enterprise.
For more information on their next event on the 31st August check out their website here
Brazil has the biggest black African diaspora outside of Africa. Now, when it comes to children’s media there is very little reflection of this fact. As we are based in Nigeria we didn’t really have any idea just how bad the situation was. That is until we were approached by several English speaking Brazilian fans of Bino & Fino asking if there was a Portuguese version of the show.
2015 was a really awesome year. We discovered some really great things that are helping to nurture young minds. After a lot of thinking we've compiled our favorite 5 posts of 2015.
Cultural dances play a huge role in African societies. These dance forms are used to teach moral values, social etiquette and to help people mature and celebrate members of the community while celebrating festivals and other occasions.
Here is a neat list of stores that do African themed greeting cards for you to check out.
Learn how to say hello in these African languages.