Episode 2- Celebrating African Culture and Heritage

Greetings, adventurers! Join us on the Afrikindness Podcast for an extraordinary journey into the heart of African identity. In our second episode, we explore the vibrant world of cultural festivals and the captivating power of storytelling.

Hosted by Peace George, this episode features four remarkable guests representing different African countries and regions.

  • Shrouk El -Attar, Engineer, BBC 100 Most Influential Women in the World (North Africa (Egypt)
  • Dr Ollie Folayan, Co-Founder AFBE UK, Visiting Professor, University of Dundee and Diversity Specialist. (West Africa (Nigeria)
  • Julie Kalungi, COO Kalungi Group, Digital Brand Strategist (East Africa (Uganda)
  • Mara Makoni, PA Consulting, D&I Specialist (South Africa (Zimbabwe)

Together, they share the beauty of cultural celebrations that unite communities and preserve traditions. From the rhythmic beats of West African Festivals to the North, South, and East Africa beautiful heritages, we’ll immerse ourselves in the vibrant tapestry of African heritage. In this captivating conversation, we delve into various aspects of African culture and heritage, the challenges faced, and the importance of cultural diversity.

But that’s not all—our guests reveal the timeless power of storytelling in preserving African history. Through personal anecdotes and captivating folktales, they illustrate how stories connect generations and ensure the wisdom of ancestors lives on.

Don’t miss this opportunity to expand your cultural knowledge and celebrate the essence of Africa.

Subscribe to the Afrikindness Podcast on your favourite platform and join us as we unveil the colours of African identity through festivals and the enchantment of storytelling.

Let the Afrikindness Podcast be your guide to a world of unity, appreciation, and the celebration of African heritage. Get ready for an adventure like no other!

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