I come from a Zulu family, where Umqombothi (Sorghum Beer), is always brewed during major occasions like weddings. According to Zulu culture, women are the chief brewers and servers of […]
The Serenity Prayer translated from English into Zulu, Swahili, Yoruba, Igbo and Hausa, by Chic African Culture. ENGLISH: God, give me grace to accept with serenity the things that cannot […]
Hello ladies. Which African Goddess are you? I got Seshat, the Egyptian Scribe Goddess. You can find out which African Goddess you are here or here.
Our planet is in a state of chaos. It is filled with so much violence, wars, inequality, injustice, racism and xenophobia. Our planet is out of balance. Maybe some ancient […]
“Lady of the House of Life”, “Slayer of Serpents”, “The Great Cat”. So, I decided to join the masses on Pottermore, to find out what my Patronus is. My Patronus […]
Kimpa Vita (Dona Beatriz) (1684–1706) Saint of Kongo • One of the first African women to fight against European dominance in Africa during the colonial period, and expose the racism […]
Check out these gorgeous Orisha illustrations by IFAREO. IFAREO is dedicated to the performing arts of the gods belonging to the Yoruba Pantheon. These illustrations shows Saints or Orishas in […]
Ko is the Patron Goddess of Hunting of the San people of Southern Africa. She may appear at the pre-hunt dance to share the secrets of where to find game. […]
Kids praying at a beach in Xamar, Somalia. So beautiful.