If you take a look at Alun Be’s photography sessions and pictures, you will not see sunny shores, magnificent beaches at sunset or mountainous landscapes. You will mostly catch feelings and emotions through the portrait of a person he chose to show his or her hidden faces. Alun Be is not a photographer whose goal would be to merely take beautiful and unique pictures of … Continue reading Alun Be portrays Africa
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
Good for you, Good for the planet If your New Year’s resolution is to shop more sustainably in 2022, look no further than Inua Naturals hair, body and skin care. Based out of East Africa, Inua works with local farmers and artisans to deliver quality products you can feel proud of thanks to their pure ingredients and ethical practices. Their mission is “to make personal care … Continue reading Why We’re In Love With Inua Naturals
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
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?
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
The Philadelphia 76ers did lose last night at Wells Fargo Center against the Wolves (120-121) after two overtime periods, achieving a delicate beginning of NBA season with ten victories and ten defeats, just like their contender of the night. Ranking at a disappointing eleventh place in the Eastern Conference, the team of Doc Rivers has reasons to be relieved still. After nine games missed due … Continue reading Embiid back from Covid, good news for Sixers
All over the world, teams are struggling to get the precious ticket to go to the upcoming World Cup of football in Qatar, that will take place in one year from now on. If many squads are already sure of participating to the final tournament, some others are still waiting for the ultimate decision that will be given in March 2022 with the playoffs. In … Continue reading World Cup 2022 Qualifiers: one last step before Qatar
Time to gain trust and build up strong relationships. The American Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, is achieving a tour on the African continent this week to discuss important topics and strengthen partnership and cooperation between the US and Africa. The official of the Biden administration already went to Kenya and Nigeria, two English-speaking countries, and will end up his tour with Senegal this weekend … Continue reading The United States visit Africa to strengthen relationships￼
Are you hungry? Do you prefer sweet or salty? Never mind, Maison Mandjou has everything that you need! If you live in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, and wonder what you could have for lunch or diner next week, do not waver any longer, and take your car to go and discover the cooking cocoon which was thought and imagined by its founder Ahoua Touré. Set up … Continue reading Welcome to Maison Mandjou !