The young and vibrant Cailin Tobias is one of the not-so-new talented eyes in the photography industry at the moment and if you have been fortunate to come across his work then you surely understand the volume and significance of his gifted eye.
Selema Mabena Masekela is the son of South African jazz musician Hugh Masekela, and a Haitian mother. Masekela is also the older half-brother of Survivor: Cook Islands contestant Nathan Gonzalez. He was raised in Staten Island, New York and Carlsbad, California.
Jean Grae (born Tsidi Ibrahim, November 26, 1976) is a South African born American hip hop recording artist, actress, and comedian from Brooklyn, New York City. She rose to prominence in the underground hip hop scene in New York City and has since built an international fan base.
Thabo Patrick Sefolosha is a professional Basketball player who plays for the Atlanta hawks. He has also played in the NBA for the Chicago Bulls and Oklahoma City Thunder, in the Turkish Basketball League for the Fenerbahçe, in France for Élan Chalon, in Italy for Angelico Biella, and in Switzerland for Tege Riviera Basket.
Mpho Gift Ngoepe is a professional baseball player whom since the 26th of April 2017 became the first black South African to play in the Baseball Major League with the Pittsburgh Pirates. He was also the first black South African to sign a professional baseball contract back in 2008.
Everyone has their own views based on spirituality and religion. Realising that people see these two entities differently allows for one to better understand religion and spirituality through their eyes.
Social Media creates a superficial world which is untouchable as it cannot be a physical space. This non-physical space allows for one to be able to recreate themselves into whomever they want to be perceived as in the ‘world’’. Moving away from being ‘human’ into this second self, that can be classified as data or the digital self.
Recently the whole world has been struck by the racism outburst that took place on social media, from the H&M saga which features a young black boy wearing a hoodie written “coolest monkey in the jungle” and remarkable slurs and detrimental statements about African, Asians and Haitian Nations by the American president.