In my opinion, it is inevitable that any culture would not evolve in this day of globalization and urbanization.
As a sowetan, born and bred, raised in a family of very strong willed women and not many males around me, I struggle to grasp the concept of culture pertaining to the roles of men and women. However, I am respectful of other peoples tradition (and religions), if it works for you, then so be it. But if you are going to do something, follow it well.
I am strongly opposed to people who use it to suit their agendas.
Apart from all this, I view and know myself to be an African, the same African who follows a religion that was introduced to my ancestors by Europeans. The same African who relates to the struggles and achievements of my fellow brothers and sisters (be it black or white), understands the challenges facing my continent, pre- and post colonization. Whose heart smiles in glee when I see how far we have come and whom God gave the extra strength to strive in adversity. The same African who enters a boardroom and has to work harder than my European counterparts to prove that I am meant to be there and can do just as well if not better. The same African who knows that we might have won the battle against colonization, but the war is far from over.