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'Head Dress', an editorial by photographer Lauren Fletcher, features in the latest issue of South African fashion publication Gaschette Magazine (Clan Edition). The theme for the photoshoot was a juxtaposition of elements from Europe Africa and Asia.

This is an article about a modern South African singer named Simphiwe Dana.  She draws her music from past experiences in Africa.

A modern South African singer named Simphiwe Dana. She draws her music from past experiences in Africa.

South African divas to perform at EFG London Jazz Festival Sibongile Khumalo, South Africa’s first lady of song, will play her only UK show with her band, alongside special guests Gloria Bosman and Thandiswa Mazwai, as part of the EFG London Jazz Festival.  http://www.thesouthafrican.com/south-african-divas-to-perform-at-efg-london-jazz-festival/

Sibongile Khumalo, South Africa’s first lady of song, will play her only UK show with her band, alongside special guests Gloria Bosman and Thandiswa Mazwai, as part of the EFG London Jazz Festival.

Ntozakhe Shange she certainly lives up to her name. "why dont you go on & integrate a / german-american school in st. louis mo. / 1955 / better yet / why dont ya go on & be a red niggah in a blk school in 1954 /. . . be a lil too dark / lips a lil too full / hair entirely too nappy / to be beautiful / be a smart child tryin to be dumb /. . . be a mistake in racial integrity / an error in white folks most absurd fantasies / be a blk girl in 1954 /. . . why dontcha cmon & live my life for me…

Ntozakhe Shange she certainly lives up to her name. "why dont you go on & integrate a / german-american school in st. louis mo. / 1955 / better yet / why dont ya go on & be a red niggah in a blk school in 1954 /. . . be a lil too dark / lips a lil too full / hair entirely too nappy / to be beautiful / be a smart child tryin to be dumb /. . . be a mistake in racial integrity / an error in white folks most absurd fantasies / be a blk girl in 1954 /. . . why dontcha cmon & live my life for me…

Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King, Jr., 1955 - Rosa Louise McCauley Parks was an African-American civil rights activist, whom the U. Congress called "the first lady of civil rights" and "the mother of the freedom movement".