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Africans stand out at Gothenburg Cultural festival

augusti 27-2015 | skandikafrik | Culture

One of Scandinavia’s biggest cultural festival took place in Gothenburg between 11th to 16th August with different stakeholders showcasing their products to over one million visitors that came to watch different attractions like known artists, local bands, circus, designs, films

 

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Malmö African Festival

juli 25-2015 | skandikafrik | Culture

A sneak peek at the carnival musical parade

 

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Watch now and learn some African culture

juli 19-2015 | skandikafrik | Culture

Learn how to dance to Eritrea and Nigeria Fuji music, Watch naming procession from Nigeria, plus beats from Gambia and Ghana in the video

 

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Learn some Swahili,Swedish and English

juni 24-2015 | Skandik Afrik | Culture

The summary video at the just concluded Swahili day in stockholm, discussing the importance of women in Swahili culture. Some of the Swedes in this video can speak Swahili better than an average Waswahili

 

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The importance of women in Swahili culture

juni 21-2015 | Skandik Afrik | Culture

Swahili culture and language is one of the most extensively studied cultures in Africa which is spoken by more than 150 million people predominantly in Tanzania, Kenya, Eastern DR-Congo, Rwanda and Mozambique. It is also the fastest growing language in East Africa and it is used as lingual franca in east Africa.

 

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Nigerian market place: a cultural melting point

juni 20-2015 | Skandik Afrik | Culture

The Nigerian market place was first of its kind to have taken place in Gothenburg for the last twenty years, where Nigerians with support from other African countries like the Eritreans, Ghanaians, Cameroonians and Gambians gathered together to present their culture and its values to the people of Gothenburg.

 

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The Third Culture Kid

maj 06-2015 | Skandik Afrik | Culture

-To live in a conflict of loyalty with your own country We, who read this magazine sometimes have one thing in common; we have grown up in different cultures. In English it is called TCK, an abbreviation of Third Culture Kid. We have followed our parents abroad and during our formative years we have grown up in a different cultures and this will affect our identity for the rest of our lives. I'm not sure why this concept is so unknown in Sweden

 

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2Face Idibia, Sound Sultan set to leave for Sweden

april 25-2015 | Skandik Afrik | Culture

2face Idibia and Sound Sultan with other artists will be in Sweden on 1st of May for Head Gone in Stockholm. Here, they are pictured with Sweden Ambassador to Nigeria H.E. Ambassador Svante Kilander at the embassy of Sweden in Nigeria.

 

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How the Yoruba women carry their baby.

december 13-2014 | Skandik Afrik | Culture

A demonstration of how the Yoruba women carry their baby at the launching of Oodua Progressive Union (OPU) in Sweden.

 

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Yorubas celebrated 10 years anniversary in Sweden

november 13-2014 | Skandik Afrik | Culture

The ten years anniversary celebration of the Yoruba Union in Gothenburg was held on 25th October 2014. An occasion to mark the co-existence of the Yoruba Union in the western part of Sweden (Västra Götaland). There were about 3951 Nigerian born living in Sweden according to the central Statistic Sweden in 2013 (Statistiska Centralbyrån) out of which a great number of them are Yorubas that settle in the western region of Sweden

 

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Seventh edition, out now!

The seventh edition of Skandik Afrik magazine, the magazine that promotes inter-relationship among the African communities living in Scandinavia.

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