This month I travelled back home to Ghana to witness a traditional Akan festival – The Eluo (el-wu-wo) (Yam) Festival in Sefwi (Seh-wi) in the Western Region of Ghana, which historically celebrates the beginning of Harvest. This…

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I spent my weekend at #SheHiveLondon a professional boot camp for smart, young, African women organised by She Leads Africa – a community created for and by African women. I’ve been part of the SLA community for a while now, receiving the Motherland Mogul Weekly to…

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In my last post, I explored the state of Africa’s tourism sector, particularly focussing on the need to ease travel restrictions within the continent and the impact of social media on Africa’s ‘PR image.’ By…

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For many of us this summer, European city breaks or beach holidays to the Caribbean have made a feature on our holiday schedules. Travelling to Africa would have been unlikely unless you made a necessitated…

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KUBA UK is a line of authentic African head wraps & accessories handmade in London, founded by Georgina Owusu-Ansah a secondary school Business and Finance teacher. Born to Ghanaian parents, Georgina has always been in touch with…

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