Being African In Africa is about telling the African story through sharing positive content and narratives. The African Pod will bring forth many African stories, experiences and lessons bolstering the African identity and answering many questions.
African Fashion - A Conversation With Portia Msiza
Barbara Kalima Phiri sits down with Portia Msiza, highlighting what it means to be an African fashion designer. Portia tells her story of her drives and motivation, and how she entered the world of fashion.
Lean On Me
David Mwanza highlights the importance of mental health. We review why merely having the conversation around mental health is important and David provides his perspective on an Africa he would love to see when dealing with mental health.
Identity - The Defining Factor
Interviewed by Bessie, Hakima Haither shares some of her experiences, painting a vivd portrait of something we can all relate to; identity.
Giving A Helping Hand
CEO and Founder of Udongo Detergents, Barbara Kalima-Phiri, provides great insight on how she successfully structured her business and overall lifestyle. From empowering women, to giving back to her community, Barbara is here to set the tone on how we should all strive to keep ubuntu alive.
The Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony
Wegayehu Fitwek provides an in-depth look into the Ethiopian coffee ceremony and the importance of coffee to the country.
Think & Wonder, Wonder & Think
Kalenga Augustine Mulenga is an African children's author. His passion of literature is deeply rooted in his family, as his father was the first black editor of the Zambian Daily Mail and his older brother was a poet. Mulenga takes us through his writing process and brings forth the importance of a child's imagination