A Nigerian female music megastar making global waves but still rooted in her African culture

Tiwatope Savage, affectionately called Tiwa by her legions of fans, is not only a global songstress but also a cultural ambassador for her home country, Nigeria and the continent at large. Although she sings in English and travels the world, Savage still sings proudly in her Yoruba language and her music
marries Afrobeats, R&B, pop and hip-hop. She grew up listening to the traditional Nigerian music that her parents regularly played in their

The hard hat lady with wine in her hand.

Nonkululeko Williams is the founder of two lucrative business outfits: Lukuye Development Projects and A2B Winery. She was recently featured in the Real Housewives of Durban – a popular reality American hit franchise that captured the imagination of the South African TV audience.She is smart, sassy, deeply religious and yet proud of her Zulu culture having grownup in the northern side of KZN, town called Esikhawini.

Ms Phindile Xaba

Phindile Xaba says she “collided” with the media as she does not recall ever deciding to pursue a specific career when she was growing up; she left everything to destiny. But she was clear about her love for words and reading. A friend’s suggestion that she takes up photography and filming after spending a gap year instantly appealed to her.

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