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AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUILD AN AFRICAN BRAND – Nkhensani Manganyi: Celebrate South Africa’s new sense of identity

Explore in a creative way what it means to dress African, in the 21st Century Everywhere, age and social position live through the clothes that people wear. The mix of cultures and ethnic groups of South Africa also offers you the opportunity to observe their style in dressing. The Ndebele tribe is renowned for its beaded decorations. In the Xhosa …

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VERSES THAT COMBINES TWO TRADITIONS – Keorapetse Kgositsile: When writings focus on Pan-African liberation

Informed heroism and humanism, into poems As you move through permanent exhibits, you will experience an emotional journey through South Africa‘s history. Its paths follow the country through decades of oppression. Through photos and film footage, the Apartheid Museum https://www.apartheidmuseum.org it portrays the apartheid story. Soweto (20 kilometers southwest of Johannesburg), it was an area of planned segregation. In 1976, …

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KWAI-JAZZ, THE SUCCESSFULLY FUSED KWAITO AND JAZZ – Don Laka: The vocal advocate for increasing local music content

Grow, joining an Afro-fusion musical group Where to find good music in Pretoria? You can try small live music venues, and Jarr Bar https://www.facebook.com/JARRbarPTA/ is also the perfect venue. Tucked away behind the Botanical Gardens, it is a small venue, the perfect place for a more intimate music-listening experience. Maybe, you too will listen something by Don Laka. He had …

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THE SOUTH AFRICA’S GAUGUIN – Alexis Preller: Painting in unique style, isolated from the artistic movements

Painting way woven out of the mystique of Africa Best things to do in Pretoria? Enter Kruger House, the one-time home of President Paul Kruger, who rose to popularity by leading the Transvaal War against Britain. Hapo at Freedom Park, a museum tells you South African history. Why go to Afroboer? It is a classic place to go, where grab …

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WHATEVER YOU MIGHT COVET, THERE ARE – Travel Sao Paulo, discovering that has its own creative identity

Where you can find the ability to see working ideas that are going on The Museum of Contemporary Art University of São Paulo http://www.mac.usp.br/mac/ , is a contemporary art museum, one of the largest art museums in the country. With more than 8,000 works (comprising the most important artists, art movements and tendencies), museum houses one of the largest and …

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INTRIGUED BY THE WAY OF LIFE OF A PEOPLE – Claudia Andujar: Reporting on the yanomami Indians, fighting beside them for rights

The woman who portrayed a people  Survival https://survivalinternational.org/, they led the campaign for the demarcation of Yanomami territory. They have supported their health and education. They are fighting alongside indigenous peoples across Brazil. Please join them, as did Claudia Andujar, a photojournalist who dedicated her life to this just cause. The daughter of a man murdered in the Nazi camps, …

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VIVID COLOURS IN LUXURIOUS BOLD DRESSES – Carlos Miele: The rich in detail sexy style emanates from Brazilian roots

When you choose signature gowns alongside crochet and leatherwork If you are looking for great fashion houses, the right place is Rua Oscar Freire (in the elegant Dos Jardins district). The Paulista Avenue is the fulcrum of city purchases. Shopping in San Paolo is in every neighborhood for all those who want to buy big names, or find interesting offers. …

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WHEN POETRY BECOMES ATEMPORAL – Cecília Meireles: Freedom, word that there is no one who does not understand

Dream in a ship, a beach, eyes dry like stones Movie posters enrich its decoration and book covers. With its architecture inspired by colonial Brazil, the Mercearia São Pedro https://www.facebook.com/saopedromercearia/ is always full. At night, you can be sure of finding people who like to talk about literature and cinema here. Inside a relaxing and comfortable atmosphere, its nightly soundtrack …

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A LOVED LIVING LIFE, DOCUMENTED BY SAMBAS – Noel Rosa: Telling the everyday with irony, to the rhythm of samba

Writing music, hopelessly in love with a Dama do Cabaret Best samba bars in São Paulo? Cover charges depend on the artist performing and the day of the week. São Paulo’s samba roots go back. You need comfortable shoes when your feet start to move, looking for suggestions of samba bars not to be missed. Bar Mangueira https://www.facebook.com/barmangueirasp/ is one …

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SOBER AND EXPRESSIVE PAINTINGS, FROM THE POOR APPEARANCE – Lasar Segall: The mastery of monocronism in the use of color

Nothing is more difficult than interpret colors The Museum of Contemporary Art University of São Paulo http://www.mac.usp.br/mac/, is a contemporary art museum, one of the largest art museums in the country. With more than 8,000 works (comprising the most important artists, art movements and tendencies), museum houses one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of 20th-century Western art in …

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