This week is a huge week in the fashion calendar. I have just posted the Dramatical act of Iphi’ Ntombi above. If the reader gets to watch the whole show, they will be rewarded and will also see what I mean when I say we have a very powerful and vibrant culture If we are to be told that we are backward, then I would rather spend the rest of my life in culture as projected and shown-off by the cast of Iphi’ Ntombi. the captured our cultural essence and being. The incorporated all the many traditional, cultural, customary, musical, traditional dress, and dances into one explosive extravaganza for the world to see. Leadership and Political Officials. Brazil’s return to free elections in the mid-1980s after two decades of military dictatorship has not resulted in greater social and legal equity, and unequal treatment of rich and poor is ongoing. Government … Read the rest

This week is a huge week in the fashion calendar. Such a design is impossible of realization, even though former colonies continue to honor the tongue of the mother country as the prime foreign language in high school curricula. We are not at all talking of a radical cultural severance. Because of the huge difficulties to be overcome in mastering the African linguistic mosaic, some observers in Europe are convinced that we will not be up to the challenge, that we will be unable to undertake a change requiring so much human energy, so much intellectual lucidity, so much creative thinking. It is worth noting why attention grabbing companies use celebrities to advertise their products. All age groups are attracted to television, films and radio personalities and like to be identified with them. The truth is when it comes to skin care and age spot removal neither the advertising companies … Read the rest

Looking after your skin is one of the most important things you can do for your body, and this becomes truer the older you become. Performance Arts. Music is not just entertainment in Brazil, it has been called the “soundtrack” of national life. Brazil gave the world samba and bossa nova, but other musical traditions—batuque, forró, maxixe—are less well known outside the country. Like so much of Brazilian culture, the country’s music borrows from its three cultural elements, although in the musical realm it is the African tradition that has the largest influence. While Brazil’s musical energies are mostly focused on popular, not classical, music, the country was also home to one of the world’s most esteemed neoclassical composers, Heitor Villa-Lobos, who made imaginative use of folk themes in his best known composition, Bachianas Brasileiras. The fact is that it still remains a language that is spoken today by the … Read the rest