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How To Deep Condition Using The Afrobotanics Amina Deep Penetrating Moisturising conditioner

Our Amina Deep Penetrating Moisturising Conditioner is the best deep conditioner for deeply moisturising, hydrating and softening the kinkiest, moist coily of 4c/z hair! It rewards your coils like no other. It is a thick, creamy conditioner, formulated with concentrated natural oils and natural conditioning agents that are extremely beneficial and responsive to kinky dry […]

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3 Reasons You Should Attend The Women’s March Today

Today, 1st August, as we in South Africa begin commemorating Women’s Month, there is a country wide march organised by women protesting the continued, elevated and normalisation of gender based violence in our country. I don’t know who is organizing the march or what their other politics or agenda is, this march against gender based […]

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#AfroBotanicsBookReview – The Ones With Purpose by Cynthia Jele; Book Giveaway; Book Launch

We are giving away 5 signed copies of “The Ones With Purpose.” Enter by (1) liking or following our Facebook (@afro botanics) or Instagram (@afrobotanics) page; (2) tag a friend that doesn’t follow our page; (3) comment and tell us the name of the book you last read. Entries close 23h59, Tuesday 19 June 2018 […]

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Try Our Nzinga Repairing & Strengthening Treatment For Stronger, Longer Hair!

The building blocks of our hair are proteins, mainly keratin. Our hair loses protein in various ways, including daily manipulation like combing and detangling; the environment such as the current dry winter conditions and through chemical processes such as hair colouring and blow drying or hot ironing. Protein Treatments are a great way of restoring […]

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QUEEN ASANTEWAA OF GHANA

Full name: Nana Yaa Asantewaa AKA: Queen Mother of the Ejisuhene of Ashanti Date of birth: 1840 Date of death: 1921 Background Yaa Asentewaa was named Queen Mother of the Ejisu; a village-state part of the Ashanti Confederacy (modern day Ghana) after her brother Asantehene (King) Prempeh I was exiled for opposing British colonial rule. […]

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