Africa State of Mind with Lee Kasumba: On leadership and art history

Ugandan radio and TV presenter, writer, singer, Lee Kasumba hosts a podcast series focusing on Africans doing amazing work. She believes Africa State of mind is all about opportunities, greatness just everything amazing that makes us African.

In this episode, Lee speaks to Zak Ové, British visual artist discusses the African art history and the installation of his work in the British Museum.

She also chats to South African-born Thebe Ikalafeng, founder of Brand Leadership about his love for exploring Africa andwhether the continent needs rebranding.

Then Adebola Williams, a Nigerian media entrepreneur, political activist and co-founder of Red, home of The Future Awards Africa share his views on the growth of Africa’s future leaders.

Follow us @AfricaStateMind or www.facebook.com/AfricaStateOfMind

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