Morebelli jewelry house: Malagasy authenticity to make your look even more unique

Madagascar is maybe the most famous African island for its impressive biodiversity and new animal species still getting discovered as the seasons go by in the fifth biggest island in the world, and yet the country is not done with giving us novelty and singularity. The Morebelli jewelry house is another Malagasy specificity you need to know! Morebelli was set up ten years ago by … Continue reading Morebelli jewelry house: Malagasy authenticity to make your look even more unique

Women in Business : ID+EA, an architectural firm set up by the brilliant Fatiya Diene Mazza

Settled down in Senegal (Dakar), the architectural firm ID+EA set up by the Senegalese entrepreneur Fatiya Diene Mazza already enforced many projects in Senegal: The Institute of Art Activities of Diamniadio (2020), the Prestige Agency NSIA Bank in Dakar (2019), the ACB Building in Dakar (2020) or even the AS Villa in Thiès (2021). The last achievement of ID+EA (innovative design engineered architecture) is the … Continue reading Women in Business : ID+EA, an architectural firm set up by the brilliant Fatiya Diene Mazza

In Senegal, there will be a Prime Minister again

For those who can remember The Lion King and Scar’s obsessional dream to become the king and replace his brother Mufasa, leading to the assertion “there will be a king!” to make it easier for the hyenas to understand, the current news must have a touch of nostalgia. Eventually, Senegal will have a Prime Minister again! The news was made official this week: the national … Continue reading In Senegal, there will be a Prime Minister again

Moh Salah, best (African) player?

The question deserves to be asked for the one who ended up seventh of the 2021 Ballon d’Or ranking won by Lionel Messi this week. Mohamed Salah, the Egyptian striker of Liverpool, keeps on achieving great performances with the Reds, and England is starting to wonder whether he is not the best football player in the world right now.  Always difficult to compare and decide who is … Continue reading Moh Salah, best (African) player?

Fabulous Holidays looks we are crushing on this season

The holidays are fast approaching, giving fashion lovers everywhere the perfect opportunity to break out of the working-from-home sweatpants slump and slip into something festive. This season is all about rich colors and luxurious-feeling fabrics–a welcome change for those of us who have donned pandemic-induced loungewear for the past year and a half. So pour yourself a cup of cocoa and check out these four … Continue reading Fabulous Holidays looks we are crushing on this season

Yswara, an invitation to African tradition and refinement

The modern era and all the technical progress that comes with it sometimes provides this paradoxical effect to make us be craving for more tradition and simplicity, as a return to the old times where smart phones did not exist, which was not preventing our ancestors and the former generations to find joy and happiness. Some feelings the new technologies do not always concretize by … Continue reading Yswara, an invitation to African tradition and refinement

Bamba Dieng, a fairy tale in Marseille

This is the kind of story that makes you love football again. After six games with Olympique de Marseille last year (one goal), Senegalese striker Bamba Dieng is adding up goals in this season 2021/2022, adding up games played as well, and thus showing his coach Jorge Sampaoli that he can rely on him, which was maybe not in his plans when the new season … Continue reading Bamba Dieng, a fairy tale in Marseille

Olympic Games: Tokyo without the fans

This was somewhat feared given the current sanitary situation in Japan, but the axe has eventually fallen: the 2021 Olympic Games, initially planned in 2020 and postponed because of the pandemic, will be held in Tokyo, Japan, without any people in the stands. No people, no fans coming from any single part of the world to support their athletes, this is the price to pay … Continue reading Olympic Games: Tokyo without the fans

A Lion in Paris

Moroccan right back Achraf Hakimi leaves Inter Milan for Paris Saint-Germain. Freshly crowned champion of Italian Serie A with Antonio Conte as a coach, the former Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund defender will now follow his destiny in Paris, where big players keep on being expected, sometimes contrary to common sense, to win the Champions’ League. Recruited from Inter Milan for 70 million euros and … Continue reading A Lion in Paris