.AfriMosaic.

Welcome to AfriMosaic!

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Thanks for visiting my blog. I love creating creative spaces and this is one of the spaces I have created to share stuff that I find interesting.

On this blog you will find a mixed bag of my random musings, information about stuff happening around, depending on which city I am in and collections of thoughts, proverbs and stories. I also like to curate news stories and from time to time I promote other blogs, events and initiatives I come across.

The name of the blog and the brand comes from joining the two words’ Africa’ and ‘Mosaic’.Africa is the beautiful continent I represent and a ‘mosaic’ symbolizes the diversity and cultures of people of African descent, Our diversity mixed with our common heritage creates a beautiful mosaic. And you know that mosaics are always beautiful!

I blog mostly about arts and culture, literature, music, events, and anything else that catches my interest! Some stories are personal, some stories depict my experiences, most stories will be about my observations of the world around me.

Are you social? Let’s connect on Twitter. Find me @SifisoMaposa

 

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