Juliet Ibrahim Awarded ReelAfrican Hero for October

Juliet Ibrahim Acclaimed actress,singer and producer Juliet Ibrahim was honored as a Reelafrican hero in October.Having starred in the romantic comedy 4 play reloaded for which she also received an award for leading actress at the Ghana movie awards in 2010, you can also listen to her sweet voice in hit song traffic jam.Her passion for the african film industry is also evident in how she also holds the position of africa director in the board of the african film festival. Juliet Ibrahim is

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Judith Heard Awarded ReelAfrican Hero for October

Judith Heard Model,business women and philanthropist Judith Heard was honored as a ReelAfrican hero in October,Judith's passion for fashion led her to starting her clothing line called "two african girls" where the beautiful garments she makes are definitely fit for the runway.Her clothes have also been worn by Beyonce and various artists in the US. Judith is advocate for young women getting an education as well as following their passionfor women empowerment has also seen her collaborate with

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The Dogg Mshasho Awarded ReelAfrican Hero for October

The Dogg Mshasho The Dogg Mshasho,real name Martin Morocky, was honored with a ReelAfrican hero honorary award.The Dogg Mshasho  is a kwaito artist from Namibia,his work in the music industry in Namibia has seen him win numerious awards.One of those being a channel O spirit of Africa video award for best newcomer.As a pioneer of the kwaito genre in Namibia the Dogg Mshasho has also founded his own record label which has signed the likes of Sunny Boy.His entrepreneurial skills also extend

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David Tlale Awarded ReelAfrican Hero for September

The ReelAfrican Hero award is an honorary award given to Africans who are making great strides in their career as well as giving back to their communities.   There is no better way to giving back to your community than imparting knowledge and skills to young people. David Tlale is committed to not only paving the way for young designers but also mentoring them and teaching them about the business of fashion. Through his internship program “The Intern,” Tlale is giving back by

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