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lolade@applauseafrica.com

<p>Lolade is an author, techie and serial entrepreneur. She is an MA candidate at Yale University where she is pursuing research on immigration, cultural identity and social health.</p>

Marcelo Beach Club Togo

On this day Togo celebrates its 56th anniversary of independence! Home to a population of seven million, Togo is one of the smallest and

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Sierra Leone Indpendence GWB Commission 2016

Nobody does it quite like Sierra Leone when it comes to independence celebrations. In an unmatched effort, the DMV area, home to the highest

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Priscilla Anany's debut film, 'Children of the Mountain' will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival this weekend. A rare find, the film tackles the

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The Oscars had nothing on the Wash Gala this weekend, as the glamour levels were fleeking out of control. Three hundred of the who’s

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Obed Emvula, chairman of the government-run Namibia Film Commission, is the man responsible for getting Namibia’s name mentioned in the 2016 Oscars so frequently.

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Women like Winnie Mandela and Leymah Gbowee don't just happen. They are made by resistance and they are made by community. The women's equality

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Sarkodie, one of the African Continent's most beloved musicians hangs with the Applause Africa team for a spell to talk to us about his

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In Fifty, we meet a highly successful, chic power player whose daughter hates her; a super-Christian party-planner keeping a deadly secret from a husband

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As we thrive we must thrive with our struggles intertwined. #BRINGBACKOURBLACKLIVES

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