Soap Muffin( Black Business series)

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As farmers and gardeners, we are dedicated to creating handmade, high-quality, affordable and unique items for our customers. Our soaps and holistic products are made with only the freshest organic ingredients like buttermilk, Shea Butter and sun-dried herbs. Our mission can be summed up in three simple words: Quality,courtesy and craftsmanship.

So, who are we exactly and why did we choose holistic products?

It all started at the age of ten when a simple case of carsickness and a friend’s recommendation to chew on a piece of ginger sparked an interest in herbs. From there, it progressed from a mild curiousity in Mother Nature to a lifelong study in the miracle of roots and herbs. 

 

Being a holistic practitioner isn’t a choice. It’s a calling.

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With the rising cost of healthcare and the lack of funds due to job loss and company outsourcing, many of us are returning to a simpler time where Nature provided all that you need to live and thrive. You’ll find all natural soaps, cremes, salves and elixirs that will suit your most personal needs made proudly in the U.S.A.

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Come and experience our handmade goat’s milk and aloe based soaps for dry flaky skin. Or try a Peppermint FeelWell Fizzy to help reduce nasal congestion (great for allergy season). Once you’ve tried our products, returning to nature won’t be a choice…it will be your calling.

https://www.soapmuffin.com/

Empress AK

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Some of you may not be familiar with this Jamaican queen. But this gorgeous woman is Empress AK.  She is not only beautiful but also an intelligent,Afrocentric and outspoken black  woman. As well as being a successful businesswoman.  Here is her bio from her website:

EmpressAK is an amalgamation of righteousness, sagacity, recklessness, wit and a dash of spice; the perfect dichotomy. In fact, everyone has a bit of EmpressAK (balance) in them, some not cognizant of it, others afraid to truly express it. The aim of this site is to provide a platform where anyone can weigh in on a plethora of topics from cultural, social, personal. These topics are packaged in different forms; thought provoking to humorous. Let’s build, laugh, learn!

Weh di scene? (what’s up?) I’m Alli “Ak” Slater. I was wondering if I should enumerate all of my accomplishments, credentials, birthplace, and talk in the third person but let’s be real, this isn’t a eulogy or cover letter, I’m alive with a job (praise God). Actually, all of those things doesn’t and shouldn’t matter here. Just know I am unapologetically Afro-Caribbean, I love controversial dialogue, a good laugh, and will always say what is on my mind, and of course if you are dying to know more, ask me. I am constantly learning about myself, culture and those around me. Join thee on this journey! 

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Lerato Kganyago

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Lerato Kganyago was born July 22,1982. Kganyago is a South African television presenter, model, businesswoman and socialite best known for hosting her own talk show on Soweto TV called The LKG Show; and for hosting the SABC1 lifestyle magazine show The Link.

She first entered the public eye in 2002 when she was crowned Miss Jam Alley 2002. She was also a finalist in the Miss City Press contests in 2003 and 2005 and was crowned Miss Soweto in 2005.

She started her schooling at Ipolokeng Primary school and later went to Boksburg High School were she matriculated. She then studied a Diploma in Travel and Tourism, and Public Relations with Damelin College.

Kganyago featured on the popular drive time show on Jozi Fm, with DJ Hluks, as an entertainment news updater. She also hosted a car show on the same slot, updating listeners about the latest cars and celebrities that drive them.

Kganyago had her first television appearance on the Phat Joe Show, as an actress in comedy skits. She then shot a number of TV adverts for major campaigns including Ukhozi FM, Botswana TV, Castle Lite and J&B.

After being a presenter for a number of years on the community TV station Soweto TV (2008-2012), she was thrust into the public eye in late 2012 when SABC1 dropped Bonang Matheba as host of The Link and hired Lerato to fill the vacancy.

In 2010 she had a small role in the e.tv drama series 4Play: Sex Tips for Girls. She has also had cameo roles on Live (she co-hosted the show with Crazy Lu), the mini-series After 9 on SABC1 and The Wild on M-Net.

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In 2015 she joins SABC2 soapie Muvhango in the role of Mmasebotsana Primrose Mojalefa, a beauty and a businesswoman. She makes her debut on Thursday, 11 June 2015.

Lerato was also a partner in the FTV (Centurion) franchise and she owns Black Angel, an events management company. As an MC, Kganyago has secured ongoing deals with the Gauteng Department of Education, Revlon, Face of Jawad Products in Lesotho, Tropica, Always Ultra Campaigns and Silver Star Casino. She also hosts music festivals.

In a 2008 interview with City Press she admitted to suffering from the eating disorder anorexia in her early twenties. She is the niece of SABC spokesman Kaizer Kganyago.

In April 2016 she replaced Pearl Thusi as the co-host of SABC1 music show LIVE Amp.

Latrice aka Latti Nerd

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This cute sista is Latrice.  She is a blogger on WordPresss and goes by the name Latti Nerd Gangsta.  She has a blog,Facebook page and YouTube channel.  Be sure to check out her websites and show the sista some support.

https://sincereignorance.com/

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtd8pkYY_iVppdXLITG-kPw

https://society6.com/sincereignorance

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Ajua Luv

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This beautiful woman is Ajua Luv. She is actually one of my favorite bloggers. She is not only beautiful but very intelligent as well. She is a very smart business woman too.
Her bio says:”I began painting at the age of 7 and continued my study of art and art history at Tufts University, Cornell University (summer program) and Parsons School of Design (continuing education). Additionally, I studied African culture at Tufts University, the School of Oriental and African Studies of the University of London, and Howard University School of Law.

My love of travel began at the age of 13 when I journeyed to Russia on the People to People Program. I then lived in Belgium for a year on a Rotary scholarship as a teenager, and in England for several years while attending the University of London and then working for the Africa Centre in Covent Garden. I have visited over 15 countries.
I am married to Omar R. Hawkins. We co-own and operate Urban Oasis Real Properties.
I write about spirituality and healing, art and design, culture and travel, and homemaking.”
Quite the resume right? Very impressive but don’t worry,she’s very down to earth. She’s a very humble woman who always has words of encouragement. Be sure to follow her blog and support this woman. She is a beautiful person inside and out.
http://ajualuv.me/2014/