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Africana Woman is a purpose driven tribe. We are committed to pursuing our purpose by smashing cultural stereotypes through open & honest conversations. Each week, your host, Chulu shares riveting interviews that explore topics which are considered taboo in African Culture. Rest assured, you are not alone and Chulu is that girlfriend you can always turn to for a pick me up. Follow Chulu @chulu_bydesign on instagram for daily portions of inspiration. Subscribe to the Africana Woman podcast an ...
 
Africana x Africano est un podcast bilingue (Fr-Eng) qui veut construire un pont entre les différentes diasporas africaines, donner la parole et mettre en avant la multiplicité des expressions, visions, talents et expériences de ses membres. Africana x Africano is a bilingual (Fr-Eng) podcast which aims to build a bridge between members of the African diaspora at large, give them a voice and show their various talents, visions, expressions and stories. Par/By Anna Rabemanantsoa Artwork by Anso
 
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So many people are preaching that Entrepreneurship is the way to and it is a glamorous way of life where you are your own boss. But is it really, is it that easy? Chulu shares her experience leaving formal employment. She reflects on the process highlighting the ups and downs. Certainly this life path is not for everyone. At least go into it with a…
 
Pour l'épisode 26, je suis très heureuse de vous présenter deux entrepreneures malagasy : Hobi & Kristel. Elles ont créé le jeu Lamako qui a pour but de découvrir la culture malgache à travers ses contes et légendes, son histoire, sa gastronomie, ses traditions et tabous ou encore sa faune & flore. Elles ne viennent pas de l'univers du jeu et ont r…
 
What is the best way to introduce yourself. Let's start with your name. Many Africans agonise on whether to use their mother tongue name or their english name. This has so many implications such as whether your job application is even looked at, or whether you will be discriminated against based on Tribalism. However, an African name has power, dee…
 
Africana x Africano est de retour pour une troisième saison et on ouvre le bal avec une collaboration avec le podcast d’Euronews “Dans la tête des hommes” qui traite de masculinité dans plusieurs pays d’Afrique.Dans cet épisode, j’accueille deux hommes de la diaspora, l’artiste chanteur et poète Dani Bumba, et l’écrivain et historien spécialiste de…
 
In the month of December, Chulu shall share her tools, strategies and tips on how you can become a better networker. We are taking a break from our usual format of interviews of Africana Women with this mini series. These 6-10 minute episodes will change the way you network. Anyone can be a great networker. We know this because Chulu is an introver…
 
We made it to FIFTY episodes. On average most people who start podcasts only get to 8 episodes and then they quit. So this is a big deal. Thank you to Mary, Phoebe, Tatie, Mapalo, Ruth, Hajah, and Kako for sending in voice notes to help celebrate this milestone. You can still send in your notes. Chulu talks about the journey to 50 episodes, what yo…
 
Our guest Sara believes that we are living in the consequences of a wounded patriarchy. Women are socialised to believe they are lesser than. That they cannot trust themselves or their own intuition but should rely completely on external sources; be it media, search engines, experts, elders etc. Rarely do we consult our SELF. We have forgotten that…
 
This is my birthday week. It has been full of adventures and lots of love. Today, I share the lessons that I have learned over this last year. I talk about the Gardens framework I use to: Prioritise what is important to me Set Goals Be able to asses which areas are thriving or struggling and be able to adjust Thank you to everyone who sent me a mes…
 
Every woman needs to do a self audit on how she feels about her body. Then take it a step further and find out why you think about your body that way. What happened in the past? What was said about your body? What cemented your beliefs about your body? If any of the answers to these were negative, you have to let that go. If you don't know where to…
 
Make goals. Create vision boards, they say. Many of us do this whilst getting fixated on the dream. However, many times are plans are derailed and what we thought would be just does not come to pass. Yet we do not talk about this. How do you handle the disappointment of not getting the thing you worked so hard for, for a very long time? This is a r…
 
Tumelo Moreri believes that if women were sexually liberated our society would flourish. We cannot have a conversation around Feminism and Emancipation of women without discussing sex, sexuality and pleasure. African women suppress their sexual desires because they have been socialised to associate sex with negativity. In addition, sexual education…
 
Today we the Sombo Makeover Runners Up share with us what they think about self love. Chulu also gives you a sneak peak into how the podcast is being upgraded. New Year | New Vision | New Editor | New Format Send us a voice note on Whatsapp at +260978470395 Be a guest or nominate a guest by filling out this form: https://forms.gle/Tx1pyWeC3Usv5jhS7…
 
Africana Woman partnered with Kamanga Wear to present the Sombo Makeover, a celebration of women and a self love campaign. Our goal is to remind every woman that Self Love is your birthright. You must make it a priority and put yourself on your calendar. We gave a special woman, Ruth Amanda Kalebwe, a full makeover. Check out the Kamanga Wear or Af…
 
Pour ce premier épisode de la rentrée, je reçois MG aka Marie-Grâce, la créatrice du space Docteur Love sur Twitter & Clubhouse. Chaque semaine, elle y invite des inconnu.e.s à discuter et à partager leurs expériences autour de différents thèmes, comme l'amour, les relations, la maternité ou encore les déboires et violences liés à certaines situati…
 
The biggest hurdle that we must overcome as women is acknowledging that we are all that our human rights can be infringed upon no matter your status. Whether rich or poor, whether educated or not, we live in a world that works against us and has been designed for men. Zanelle and I discuss where our rights as women are infringed, how to become awar…
 
It started with a rant to friends in a private group. Then it became a Viral Video. Followed by numerous TV interviews. All the youth were talking about it in Kenya. The call to action was a protest march. What happened next? You have to listen to hear the whole story. Juliah gives us a behind the scenes look of the people who are in the front line…
 
Zambia is known for her friendly and hospitable people. Which is ironic because as much as we are welcoming of foreigners we are not always as nice to each other. Over the last few years tribalism has reared its sinister head up more prominently within the country. This has resulted in violent altercations and unnecessary loss of life. Even in the …
 
This conversation is long overdue. Where is the support for women’s rights when we need it. There are too few people that are willing to make known their opinion in the public forum. Nokwanda Dlamini, helps us dissect why some people are more willing to fight for what they believe than others. She offers practical ways that one can be an activist e…
 
As we close this series on Defining Moments, Mulenga Soko, Founder of Saucy Mukosa, shares how different moments have really prepared her for the woman she is today. From asserting her needs as a teenager to a bumpy university ride, to motherhood and discovering that what she trained for in university was not a full picture of who she is meant to b…
 
Have you ever been in a situation that you never thought would happen to you? Tubalemye, shares her story of moving to study and eventually work in a new country. How she survived Gender Based Violence. As a highly educated woman from a very stable and loving home, she did not seem like the stereotype for women who find themselves in abusive relati…
 
Do you remember a Defining Moment in your life that made such a huge impact on you? Keji Castano tells her story from when she was as young as 3 yet she remembers it so vividly. Her story is one of transitions which has led her to be a Transition Specialist. Keji also explains the different types of transitions you could find yourself in and why yo…
 
We pick up Mehntay's story when her family had just left Guinea for Australia after 15 years of living as refugees. At this point the family had walked for two years to safety when the war initially began. Her mother was raising 6 children and then adopted 3 more children. Over the years they had lost track of Mehntay's father. The story is a story…
 
From the latter half of the nineteenth century to the 1970s, African Americans only rarely obtain jobs as philosophy professors but bring distinctive perspectives to the profession.Peter Adamson, Jonardon Ganeri, Chike Jeffers による
 
There are Defining Moments in our lives that set the trajectory for living out our purpose. For the next few weeks we will listen to such moments. For some, Purpose seems to be this mysterious undefined thing. However, what you will come to learn is that your purpose is unique to you because of your unique experiences. When you look back at your li…
 
As we wrap up this series on Bad Ass Business Women I encourage you to ask yourself: Am I choosing job security over freedom and fulfilment. Karette would tell you that the security you are holding onto so tightly is only perceived. When the job you have is actually contributing to the deterioration of your mental, emotional and physical health you…
 
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