• 29
  • Sep


On 30 September 2017 in Merida, Mexico, Barotse activist Mukwae Wabei Siyolwe will present her artistic project "Wade in the Water" for the first time. In what she describes as a "hybrid multi-generational archival encounter", the artistic producing director of Global Posse productions will pay tribute to her great grandfather King Lewanika of Barotseland, using photographs, a documentary, music and performances. This project will explore both her indigenous Barotse and her western identities.

  • 29
  • Sep

The Pope said that indigenous people should have the final say about what happens to their land.

Pope Francis insisted on Wednesday that indigenous groups must give prior consent to any economic activity affecting their ancestral lands.

  • 02
  • Sep


This article is inspired by sad reports that three young men died, with one left battling for life at King Lewanika General Hospital, in Mongu two weeks ago after drinking methylated spirit diluted with sweetened water because there was no bar selling beer nearby.

  • 01
  • Aug


Famous Singer Sahra Halgan is from Somaliland. Like many other citizens, she had to leave her country under the dictatorial Siad Barre regime, in 1991. Sahra Halgan now lives in France, where she dedicates most of her time to music and the arts, as well as to preserving Somaliland’s rich culture. Through her passion, she wants to shed light on Somaliland’s current problems and to fight for her country’s recognition.

  • 04
  • Jun

Forgiveness is a process of giving up the old, lost and past life for one readily available with a new faith and hope of reaching your God given goal.

The experiences are gone and each time we try to re-live them in contemplating our memories, it may bring anger, resentment, shame, or guilt, when we realize we cannot change the past events or travel back in time to alter what resulted.

  • 23
  • May

My husband & I Carl have been blessed by meeting a lot of wonderful people on our travels but I think this couple is at the top of our list! Even though they are upside down in the next picture.

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