THE REBIRTH

                     It’s been more than a few weeks since i returned from Ghana. My heart has been aching real badly. It seems to me that every time i decide to do any trips with soul-searching in my mind, i come back completely different. This situation is no different. My […]

 

Trashy Bags: creating something from nothing

“God created man out of dust, Trashy Bags creates bags out of plastic waste„ Makola Market, Ghana, West Africa. Touring the largest market of the “Ɔdehye Ɔman Kronkron” you can feel the smells and the colours of Accra. The cadmium red of hot peppers, the strontium yellow of  Maame Serwaa’s […]

 

U.Mi-1 Sale

U.Mi is having a sale including a collection items and denims, all in sizes S to XL as well as one-off pieces will be on sale at 40-70% off. There’s something for the ladies too – tops and our premium denims which are yet to hit the shops.   There will […]

 

One Ghana for your pocket…..

One Ghana for your pocket….. Due to the hectic schedule i have before i depart for Kumasi on Friday night, i decided to ‘hire’ a taxi driver to take me wherever i needed to go. When i informed my aunt of the plan, she nearly went into a fit! ‘Eh, […]

 

Strictly for the ladies

One of the things i love about Ghanaians is how they seem to have a reason for everything even if the reason given does not make sense at all. For instance, I once asked my Grandma, why people called all kinds of beverage tea. She simply replied, ‘that’s how we […]

 

QWERTY LOVE – Is there real love on social networks?

”Stop lying, stop cheating, stop following, stop poking !!” #ohchale Check out the new music video by Anto & Paragasha – QWERTY LOVE   Post by THEO

 

SANKOFA

Sankofa So for the record, I’m in Ghana. I’m sitting rather uncomfortably at the food court section of the Accra mall waiting for one of my favourite friends in the world; Yaw to show up for our lunch ‘date’. But he’s late….two hours to be exact! I thought he knew […]

 

Uprising Ghanaian filmmaker: Frances Bodomo

Daughter of the Diaspora. You sure can’t say she’s not an Afropolitan; grew up in Ghana, Norway, California and Hong Kong, Frances Bodomo is a Ghanaian filmmaker based in New York City. Majored in Film Studies at Columbia University and now MFA student at Tisch School of the Arts, Nuotama Frances […]

 

A Sunday with les Sapeurs

In Accra they would be called “borgas” but in Brazzaville they’re known as “Sapeurs”. The Sapeurs are Congolese dandies whose life’s philosophy is translated into aestheticism and they represent a cultural affront to people of the older generation, who speak of authenticity and anti-colonialism. While the European fashion is moving […]

 

Class is in session: “Super Alphabet” by Twi Teacher

“Entuma swaggaa!!”. Many may know him for his freestyle on Kanye’s “Otis” beat but now Twi Teacher (@Twi_teacher), a Ghanaian rapper based in UK, is back with a new banger joint that will blow up the streets of London and Accra City.   After #OxfordGhanaDictionary, Twi Teacher makes us take notes […]

 

FREE SHIPPING ON ALL ORDERS

We are already in the festive mood and want to celebrate with you hence we are offering FREE shipping on all orders – YES ABSOLUTELY FREE   Simply use discount code XMAS to get free shipping your entire order http://shop.kayobiclothing.com/ – Just choose your favorite kayobi African inspired t-shirts for yourself […]

 

African inspired gift suggestion : Jewelry and Accessories

Ankara & Lace Aim to create a bold and beautiful experience for men and women with their amazing jeweler and accessories.     http://ankaraandlace.com/ Ama Attea   Ama Attea is a delightful blend of contemporary, eclectic, afrocentric, personal & faith based Jewellery. Ama Attea         http://www.amaattea.com/ Joansu Striking, […]

 
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