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Meet Chuku's, The 'Nigerian Tapas' Experience

Meet Chuku's, The 'Nigerian Tapas' Experience

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We spoke to Chuku's, a London-based Nigerian restaurant putting a spin on old classics.

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These Ancient African Remedies Could Heal What Ails You

These Ancient African Remedies Could Heal What Ails You

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Many traditional wellness treatments have been practised for centuries. Check out these ancient African remedies.

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5 Old African Sayings That Are Forever Relevant

5 Old African Sayings That Are Forever Relevant

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An oldie, but a goodie! Here are 5 traditional African phrases that still make a lot of sense today.

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Grass-fields International Women's Month: Nekoda Smythe-Davis

Grass-fields International Women's Month: Nekoda Smythe-Davis

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Grass-fields is happy to introduce Nekoda Smythe-Davis, an inspirational gold-medal winning athlete. We spoke to the judo champion as part of our series on powerful women for International Women's Month.

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Grass-fields International Women's Day : Wisdom from Zita Holbourne

Grass-fields International Women's Day : Wisdom from Zita Holbourne

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Grass-fields in support of International Women's month would like to introduce Zita Holbourne. Zita is a woman striving for equality, freedom, and justice, an award-winning, author, poet, writer, visual artist, curator and community, and trade union activist.She is national vice president of PCS Union, and National Chair and co-founder of Black Activists Rising Against Cuts (BARAC) the UK. 

 

 

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Take a Risk Without Being Risky

Take a Risk Without Being Risky

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Grass Field's shared a lovely cup of lemon tea with Shade who is the creator of Afrobeats in Da City.

Shade created the website named Afrobeats in Da City in 2012. Afrobeats in Da City promotes, supports and gives African and Caribbean artist a platform to share their events, views and music.The website is also a platform for Shade to write and shares her unique blogs that are based on African and Caribbean culture. 

Shade was born and raised by African and Jamaican parents in London, UK. This gave Shade a  good idea of the African and Jamaican culture because it is her own culture

We loved to hear Shades views on what drove her to start her company and what are the hopes Afrobeats in Da City will become.

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