Sidique Bah

Sidique is the founder of Salt Magazine. He came to Australia in 2001 after fleeing a civil war in his homeland of Sierra Leone. He studied journalism at Fourah Bay College in Sierra Leone and worked as a reporter for the Statesman Newspaper. He studied a Bachelor of Arts specialising in Multimedia Studies at the University of South Australia.

Dynamq talks RUKA music

A seasoned performer, South Sudanese, Juba born Kennedy O. Lorya AKA Dynamq has graced the music arena with numerous Jamaican artists and is a…

Breaking Barriers.

Trailblazer for the African Australian community, Sudanese-born engineer Yassmin Abdel-Magied explains how she navigated her way through existing employment barriers and scored her dream…

Living with HIV

Since the first reports of deaths from the Human immunodeficiency virus infection and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) in the 1980s, advocates and health…

The Barbershop

Welcome to African Style Haircut Adelaide’s first African barbershop catering mostly to guys. African Australian barber shops are popping up all over the country….

Engaging Community

In June 2015, the Women’s and Children’s Health Network (WCHN) established a cultural roundtable to engage consumers – the people who use their services…