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A love letter to African queensFor Women’s Month, Scrolla.Africa is shining a light on seven African queens whose power, beauty and influence shaped our history.
Queen Nandi of the Zulu nation: a picture of resilienceAfrican Queens: Scrolla.Africa is showcasing the lives of seven African queens from across history whose remarkable lives went on to shape the world today.
Lira picks up the mic againLerato Molapo, better known by her stage name Lira, posted a video of herself on Instagram over the weekend practising with the Mzansi Youth Choir.
Blinken meets Pandor: “Don’t mention the war”The issue of Ukraine was the elephant in the room when US Secretary of State Antony Blinken met South Africa's Foreign Minister Naledi Pandor on Monday.
Female athletes lead Nigeria to record-breaking GamesAs the Commonwealth Games drew to a close on Monday night, Team Nigeria finished as the standout nation in the tournament - and they have their female athletes to thank.
Banyana star says local football must pay women moreBanyana Banyana right back Lebogang Ramalepe has revealed the financial struggle of being a female football player in South Africa.
Buhai bags “life-changing” British Open winAshleigh Buhai beat Women's PGA Champion Chun In-gee in a marathon playoff at Muirfield to secure an historic Women's Open victory.
Zambian teen puts himself in the history books… and a wheelchairZambian teenager Muzala Samukonga won his nation’s first ever Commonwealth Games gold medal in the men’s 400m event.
Goddesses and heroines battle it outWith the release of the new series The Brave Ones, the South African film industry will finally tap into the fantasy world of African goddesses and heroes.
Amapiano’s Uncle Vinny goes globalAlthough his name might deceive you, Uncle Vinny is only 20 years old, and the amapiano prodigy rose to stardom when he was still a teenager.
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