Everyone knows the fashion world is constantly changing and this can only mean that the list of fashion mistakes is constantly changing as well. And I concluded the whole exercise by writing this updated article below. In keeping with the spirit of upgrading and uplifting our African milieu and , I have decided to Post this updated version with a unique take about the Africans and their Cultures, music and traditional clothing worn by Africans to in performing their culture, dances and the African languages they sing in. I hope this strikes a certain cord with many Africans and other people, and maybe that that will help inform and empower them about themselves and their cultures, too. Politics is important, but without culture it is barren, fake and a fiction. We have seen, as we grew up what role culture has played in some of our lives. Although we are aghast with the present behaviors of our children, and the way our communities are under siege from many sides, we can also, and should, by the way, be able to talk, at least, about our culture, extol its virtues and vices, and at the same time design it to suit the present Africa-centered-way of they way we live, in a myriad places and in various ways. It is one culture made up of 9(nine) peoples of South Africa, and we should make that count for what it is worth. As I have said at the beginning of the previous Hub that I have been meaning to write this article for years now, and I am now going much deeper into how this culture is re-morphing as part of the cultural renaissance as Africans of South Africa faced with a dysfunctional existence, history, customs, culture, tradition and languages, will be addressed and looked at anew and in an in-depth manner within this present narrative. The right that govern the speech and act through guaranteed international declarations have their roots in the traditions of African societies. Therefore, African traditional values become an important point of departure. The values embedded in a given tradition also form the basis for some form of “knowledge” about how one goes about fulfilling his rights in society. theis “Knowledge” has been referred to by to by some as “traditional” knowledge or “indigenous” knowledge. I interact with Africans from all levels political leaders, professors and a common AFRICAN in the street, you name it. Answers to Africa’s woes are in within so does a statement from one of my African intellects who said in kiSwahili: “~Nakk Pexe, Pexe la!”. You may quote from all African greats, African Historians in the understanding we are not aware of those quotes. Rethink my brother, Africans need ideal action to meeting today’s challenges.
Oils like ghee (clarified butter) and organic, extra virgin olive oil should be included in the diet as they lubricate, nourish and create lustre in the skin. Question ; As in other society Brazil is to be the largest composition of black outside of Africa, it is said that in this hemisphere Brazil is the largest racial society ,the whites has the top spot ,the mixed the second spot and blacks the bottom. This base on population is it so the black have it harder than their counter part, Please enlighten me on this subject. Let’s look at what has been said more closely and tightly. This society gets away by pretending that it is free and open, and it does provide tremendous amounts of information(but in the case of Africans in South Africa-they are being censored and given little-in any information), and yet the world is now overrun with information. So, we are in a situation, African people, where information is put right before our faces and we gain relatively little from it. It can only be put before our faces the way it is because we have been so mentally and motivationally structured that we will not send cannot take that information and transform it to our own advantage. The colossal nature of the historical works of Diop demand their being situated within the comparative perspective of black historiography which has recently flourished in Africa and in the African diaspora. In short, the writings of Diop belong in the same temporal and cultural space as the writings of C.L.R. James, Joseph Ki-Zerbo and W.E.B. DuBois. Together they constitute the intellectual space of black historiography. 1998 Bafana Bafana appears in their second African Nations Cup, making it through to the final where they lost 2-0 to Egypt.Bafana Bafana participates for the first time in the FIFA World Cup in France. Mamelodi Sundowns crowned PSL champions for the first time. Cleansing, exfoliating, and shaving all have one thing in commonâ€”you should moisturize afterward. While your skin is still wet from your shower activities, it’s an ideal time to hydrate your skin. Smooth a hydrating cream or lotion over your body from your neck to your toes (hello, soft feet !), letting it absorb before putting your clothes on. I do not buy nor am I prepared to separate Africans into Negro(What) and Africans- i.e., as if the Khoi and the San people are not African, by the stretch of their historical, anthropological imagination and mind-set. This is a bogus distinction, and it does not hold any historical reality of certitude. Any imagined difference does not tally with the fact the connections and relationships and customs, culture traditions and practices of these people are the same.
Choosing a beauty skin care face cream is one of the first things that any women do, then there are many other things that they do like getting a good hair cut, using cosmetic tricks to look younger and buying nice looking clothes. Unlike modern people, this tribe knew it very well as how to turn the best out of waste and to keep it simple. Even the hay left out from the paddy is used convincingly. Not only the arts and culture, but this aesthetic group also stands as the first tribal community to have their official radio channel in their own language called Santhali. So, how have African people become such a fragmented and disorganized group of people today? “Why can’t we be like the Indians and the Japanese but in our own mode?”, the question one of my 17-year-old nephews asked me some years ago. The answer is quite simple. We cannot be like them because we do not have the same historical, social and cultural experiences. We do ourselves a great disservice when we compare ourselves to other people since we can only compare that which is similar, not dissimilar. We are different because Africa was attacked by Arabs and Europeans, and our people were forcefully taken to another land and enslaved. Neither the Indians nor the Japanese have had that experience and therefore it is absolutely pointless to compare ourselves to them. “Years ago, Carter Goodwin Woodson 1968 warned against an oppressor imposed miseducation. that alienated us from our people and traditions. W. E. B. DuBois skillfully outlined the details of the “double consciousness” that causes African people to see themselves through the eyes other people(1969). Isolated from world football from 1961 to 1992 (with a one-year reprieve in 1963), South Africa maintained tenuous links with the major changes that revolutionised world football in the 1970s and 80s. Inside South Africa, television sparked soccer’s commercial boom. Sponsorships increased substantially and top players began to earn a living wage. Cracks in the edifice of apartheid emerged in the mid-1980s. Leading soccer officials Kaizer Motaung (founder in 1971 of Kaizer Chiefs, the country’s most popular team), Abdul Bhamjee, and Cyril Kobus formed the National Soccer League (NSL). Dry Skin – If you suffer from dry skin it’s very likely you’ve tried numerous ‘miracle cure’ products only to discover they were not. You do not necessarily need to buy those expensive creams or lotions to treat the problem, you can often find good solutions by following a few useful tips.
In Kerala of southwest India lives an indigenous people, called the Nayar. They are known for having a highly complex and intriguing culture. The Nayar are a warrior caste who follow matrilineal dissention and are said to practice polygyny. (Nowak & Laird, 2010) Their villages are primarily sustained thru agriculture and display little significant difference between wealthy and poor families socially or economically. This society is unparalleled in many cultural aspects by any other culture even within India. Their traditions, beliefs and customs have been the subject of much debate and fascination among scholars and authorities for generations. As was the dress of the day in America of the time, so were my ancestors on the wall dressed in garb that made one pause: Who are these folks?-What were they and why did they have such fine clothes? I am not from a rich family by any stretch, but seriouslyâ€¦ these pictures was from where I cut my teeth in having positive images of my own people, and seeing their wear as positive, which was what was the fad in our past and present enclaves and milieus. I am not really writing much because the sad fact our people do not want to read. I blog now mostly my ideas, because here on FB, people are not really interested in reading, in many timelines I am onto. Now mens shoes on women may not be quite at that scale, but since the majority of male targeted shoes are quite a unisex style then there is no problem with women wearing them. The government would later try a new tack, organizing an annual match between black and white players. The plan, however, backfired: It merely emphasized the inequitable and racist nature of the country’s political system. The matches did, however, succeed in undermining the apartheid regime in crucial ways. In 1976, the government allowed a mixed-race team to play against a visiting Argentine squad in Johannesburg. Black and white South Africans lined up together on the pitch, though the stands were still segregated. The home team won 5-0, including a hat trick for a then unknown black player named Jomo Sono. When he scored against Argentina, his teammates, black and white, did what teammates have always done: hugged and shook hands. This feel-good victory was overshadowed only a few weeks later, however, when approximately 500 black South Africans were killed in the Soweto uprising – including Ariel Kgongoane, a prominent player for the Kaizer Chiefs. If this movement is barred from its natural road of advance and deprived of its liberty of thought, expression and action, it will become a menace to the security of the white race, and a brake in the wheels of the country’s progress.” Although political and intellectual adversaries at the time of the writing of these statements, both Pixley ka Isaka Seme and R. V. Selope Thema were in unison in theorizing that a New African Movement had come into being forging a dialetical unity of agency and structure, thought and life, theory and practice in the making of New African modernity.