Precious readers, wishing you all a HAPPY 2021! May this new year mark the beginning of new endeavors, the continuation of current ones, and/or the end of old ones. May it be filled with greatness, success, joy, love, happiness, abundance, harmony, and peace! I know 2020 was quite a year, and that many are hoping for something better. Let us leave behind the baggage, and be prepared to take off for this new year, never losing altitude during this flight, and trusting for better.
The top 5 posts of the year 2020 are listed below. We, at Afrolegends.com, would like to express our profound gratitude for your constant support, as your readership has carried us forward. Keep on visiting, sharing, and commenting. I wish you all wonders without borders, grace, and peace for 2021! Keep your heads up, and may your year be as beautiful as the petals of this flower! As you can see, everything about this flower marks the beginning of something beautiful: a new start, a new life, and a new joy! As always, like Agostinho Neto said, “A luta continua … a vitória é certa!”
1. Adinkra Symbols and the Rich Akan Culture
2. Kente Cloth: An Ashanti Tradition dating Centuries back
3. ‘Love Poem for my Country’ by Sandile Dikeni
4. Scarification: an ‘Ancient’ African Tattoo Culture
5. Samori Touré: African Leader and Resistant to French Imperialism!
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Best wishes for a better, healthier, more just and peaceful 2021!
Happy new year Schluter… and wishing you a magnificient and healthy year
Happy new year to you, too! Here’s to many more years of blogging and talking about African culture. I didn’t expect those posts to be the most viewed from your blog last year. What makes you think those posts got the most attention?
Dear Dr Y – where is the best place to read about the geography of the Khami ruins and its surroundings? Thankyou. Marian
Dear Marian, I have found that the General History of Africa vol 5 has been a good resource on the Khami ruins