In multiple African countries witchcraft is perceived with a negative connotation. Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania, Angola, South Africa, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and the Central African Republic all … Read More
Ayiba’s Seyiram Torkonoo interviewed Maya Wegerif, a South African poet and TV presenter currently studying Gender Studies at Mount Holyoke College. Seyiram talks with Maya about her identity, … Read More
Toyosi Faridah Kekere-Ekun is a Nigerian photographer whose work focuses on fashion, beauty, and portrait photography. After graduating from the University of Nottingham with a BA in Politics … Read More
Ayoola Akinwumiju, founder of Bigg Ayo Photography, was born in Nigeria but currently resides in Manchester, England. He studied Hospitality Management at the Manchester Metropolitan University. His path … Read More
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