How Africa’s Luxury Brands are Redefining its Creative Heritage

masthead.jpg__1024x450_q85_crop_subsampling-2_upscaleLuxury Connect Africa hosted eight of the continent’s most prestigious brands with the aim to leverage innovation in the luxury industry, redefine African heritage and transform the economic and social landscape of Africa.

Wakanda: A Hint of Africa

This month, when Marvel’s Black Panther hits the big screen, you would meet the super-villain M’baku. However, only comic book nerds would know Man-Ape, M’baku’s alter ego, whose name Marvel has expediently excluded from the movie. Though this suggests that the world is waking up to Africa, the recent HnM faux pas highlights how slowly that consciousness is rising. In uncertainty about the continent, the world has settled for negative narrative and convenient misrepresentations of Africa’s heritage. That heritage is rich in technology, creativity and sustainability, as Marvel hopefully displays with the nation of Wakanda. Highlighting these positives has been difficult, given the fragmentation of subjects and geography that constitute Africa’s heritage.

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Young people to fight corruption says….

For centuries saints and sages have urged people to eliminate graft and corruption from private and public life.

There have been countless sermons against this deep-rooted menace of corruption that has dug deep into the blood streams of the black and white people,this has completely fought our good morals and totally destroyed it, we today don’t have good moras,virtues and truth.

Evil has given and there is hardly

any sphere of social,economics,political and even religious activity that is free from graft deception and corruption of the same kind, this could be ended if indeed something is done,we the young generation should come up with modified way to fight against corruption,

I am appealing to the youth to be at the forefront in the fight against corruption,nepotism and tribalism as these ills negatively affect the well being of our people, by Hon.Raila Amollo Odinga.



Corruption in Kenya is on downfall, this has been indicated with various companies and political parties and several individuals,H.E Uhuru Kenyatta the President of the republic of Kenya, is working extra hard to see Kenya a corruption free country,his efforts has been highly seconded by other leaders including the opposition leader Hon.Raila Amollo Odinga.