Another month another Review of Be Afrika. Well technically the month is almost over but never late to have a nice read.

How can art lead a dramatic social change?

There has always been a natural connection between creativity and social change. Generations of artists and creative thinkers have employed protests songs, paintings and other visual arts to stoke activism and raise awareness of oppression, inequalities and injustice.

Is it enough to draw on walls, take pictures and compose songs?

Is this enough to deliver the message we need to? The role of creatives in social change goes beyond individual artists and collectives. The power of art is such that it can reach out to communities throughout the world to transform lives and bring about social reform.

Marita Paulina

Be Afrika Art for Change

I got the opportunity to collaborate with the magazine for the Fashion High Tea event but unfortunately the theme wasn’t achieved due to the setting. The photographer however managed to capture the best of the runway.

Be Afrika Art for Change

Be Afrika Art for Change

Dandestyles giving us a clean sexy nightie style. 

Be Afrika Art for Change

Awesome interview with Mr. 2Kay gives as he gives great advice.

“Put God first in everything that you do. Believe in yourself and what you do. Just because it is not paying up today it may pay up tomorrow…… Believe that what you are doing is going to work.”

Be Afrika Art for Change

“Female poses are more fluid, more loving. They inspire the best of my creativity “– Thufu-B

Be Afrika Art for ChangeWould it be an Eleksie review without my favourite part of the issue? Color Don’t matter was favourite of the issue visually. I love the concept, the shoot, and the message.

Be Afrika Art for Change

These and mouch more covered in the issue. Get the free issue here 

Read Previous issue review Here.

The Magazine is currently accepting submissions for the April and May issue. So hit them up.


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My name is Queen. Procurement & Logistics officer, aspiring men's stylist, Blogger, writer, Assistant editor and fashion enthusiast and this is my blog. This blog is just my way of showing my love for Africa through showcasing the amazing work being done by African fashionistas from designers, models, to photographers, as well as style guide for men. What does procurement and fashion have in common? me! I love fashion, I love Africa, this blog is just my way of putting African fashion on the spotlight. I like to call it African fashion through my eyes. Thank you for being part of this.

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