Just like the other categories on Face2Face Africa, the Lifestyle section had its fair share of very interesting stories that raised quite a few eyebrows and generated a lot of dialogue and opinion sharing by our avid readers across our social media platforms as well as on the
As the year comes to an end, we share with you some of those Lifestyle pieces.
Take a look at them below and make sure you catch up with the ones you may have missed:
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Fear grips South African village after dead pregnant woman gives birth in coffin.
A South African village in the Eastern Cape was gripped by fear after a deceased pregnant woman gave birth to her lifeless baby in a coffin, ten days after her death.
Ghana’s first openly transgender woman blames society for her transformation.
26-year-old hairdresser Angela Coleman, as she would like to be called, suffered from relentless torment from strangers and people in her community because of her feminine traits and mannerisms despite being born male.
Meet Liberia’s ‘polygamous’ president and his little-known Jamaican first lady.
Weah stays mum on matters about his private life; ascertaining from his extramarital affairs, he is a staunch supporter of polygamy.
Chicken stock for bubble butts, this is the dangerous road plied by Congolese women [Video].
One might assume that African women do not feel the pressure of looking a certain way as they are naturally blessed with the enviable curves that women all over the world go under the knife to achieve. But that is a totally wrong assumption as new findings expose the dangerous methods used by women in Congo to achieve thicker butts using chicken stock.
Meet the South Sudanese billionaire who is causing so much controversy over his source of wealth.
The 30-year-old often brags about living a very expensive lifestyle, including flying in a presidential jet and wearing a 10,000-dollar pair of shoes.
The unpleasant truths about sex dolls that are often overlooked.
These dolls which are manufactured to take the form and shape of female humans have all orifices intact. And, it is quite evident that most of these men will do anything under the sun to get themselves one of these ‘creations.’
Blac Chyna visited Nigeria to roll out a new skin bleaching cream.
American model, entrepreneur, socialite and former stripper, Blac Chyna, was in Nigeria on her first-ever Africa trip to roll out a new skin bleaching cream produced in partnership with Whitenicious by Dencia, a luxury skin care line owned by a controversial Cameroonian singer, Dencia.