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  • Why is a cheeky Nando's ad from 2012 popular again?

    BBC News - Africa
    26 Apr 2015 | 4:30 pm
    Why a cheeky Nando’s advert is suddenly popular
  • Op-Ed Contributor: South Africa Turns on Its Immigrants

    NYT > Africa
    24 Apr 2015 | 3:19 am
    The A.N.C. has betrayed its ideals by failing to halt xenophobic violence.
  • Mobilefliks from Juliet Aseante

    Timbuktu Chronicles
    Emeka Okafor
    26 Apr 2015 | 3:00 am
    From Smart Monkey: Juliet Asante, CEO, Eagle Productions talks about: signing deals with various mobile operators to roll-out its online film and TV platform, Mobilefliks across Africa; her next feature film Silver Rain; casting actors from several African films; its release date and distribution plans.
  • Introducing FOLD, a new tool (and a new model?) for storytelling

    ... My heart’s in Accra
    22 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    This morning, Center for Civic Media at MIT is releasing a new publishing platform, FOLD. Alexis Hope (a Masters student in my lab) and Kevin Hu began working on FOLD when they were students in my class News and Participatory Media. The class asks students to take on a reporting task each week, using existing tools or building new ones to solve a particular challenge. FOLD was Alexis and Kevin’s solution to a challenge I put forward around writing “explainers”, articles designed to provide content for stories that give incremental updates to a larger story (and to develop an…
  • domains now available

    12 Apr 2015 | 10:18 pm
    The .ng domain registry has now made domains available. They are meant to service interests in present-continuous English language terms and perhaps URL shortners. Examples of such terms would be domaining, singing etc. While it is possible to register such words directly under .ng, those come at a bit of a premium (varying wildly […] The post domains now available appeared first on techbaron.
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    Timbuktu Chronicles

  • Mobilefliks from Juliet Aseante

    Emeka Okafor
    26 Apr 2015 | 3:00 am
    From Smart Monkey: Juliet Asante, CEO, Eagle Productions talks about: signing deals with various mobile operators to roll-out its online film and TV platform, Mobilefliks across Africa; her next feature film Silver Rain; casting actors from several African films; its release date and distribution plans.
  • Nanotechnology with LEGO2NANO

    Emeka Okafor
    25 Apr 2015 | 4:34 am
    Can we bring it to Africa? London Centre for Nanotechnology reports: We live in the age of nanotechnology. Scientists can now build structures one atom or molecule at a time, like children building with LEGO blocks. This is leading to completely new paradigms for the design and synthesis of materials: atom manipulation, molecular self-assembly, DNA origami, synthetic biology and nanoelectronics are commonplace in the laboratory. But for most non-scientists, nanotechnology sounds more like science fiction than something that affects their everyday lives. LEGO2NANO aims to change that. Starting…
  • Learning by doing in Brazil

    Emeka Okafor
    25 Apr 2015 | 3:00 am
    Over at the Makery, Fabien Eychenne writes: One of the best universities of Saõ Paulo is opening an engineering course with an integrated fablab that favours learning by prototyping. Makery went to see what it was all about.“Today, I made a prototype with a toothbrush head”, writes Alejandro Quiroga on his blog. © DRThe private university Insper in Saõ Paulo, that claims to be one of the best in the country, has just opened a new engineering course, the distinctive feature of which is to rely on the setting up of a fablab connected to the international network and having an open day at…
  • Getting kids excited about electronics

    Emeka Okafor
    24 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    From INK Talks: Technology educator Shashwat Ratan points out how the education system fails in teaching the fundamentals of technology in a way that sparks curiosity. Watch as Ratan demos ElecroBricks — low-cost electronics kits that do not need any programming or soldering skills — and a range of imaginative things kids have made using it.
  • “Makerspaces are the nurseries of collaborative models”

    Emeka Okafor
    24 Apr 2015 | 3:00 am
    Michel Bauwens in conversation with the Makery: In Burkina Faso, makers built their own fablab: Ouagalab. © OuagalabAre fablabs and other makerspaces fertile ground for the future emergence of a peer-to-peer model capable of “saving the world”?The emergence of democratic networks, which will soon allow 3 billion humans to contact each other “without permission”, to communicate, to organize themselves, but especially to create value together, was a primary condition to create a collaborative culture on a “global scale”. Through citizen productivity, it will be able to overtake the…
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    ... My heart’s in Accra

  • Introducing FOLD, a new tool (and a new model?) for storytelling

    22 Apr 2015 | 5:00 am
    This morning, Center for Civic Media at MIT is releasing a new publishing platform, FOLD. Alexis Hope (a Masters student in my lab) and Kevin Hu began working on FOLD when they were students in my class News and Participatory Media. The class asks students to take on a reporting task each week, using existing tools or building new ones to solve a particular challenge. FOLD was Alexis and Kevin’s solution to a challenge I put forward around writing “explainers”, articles designed to provide content for stories that give incremental updates to a larger story (and to develop an…
  • The Civic Statuary Project

    14 Apr 2015 | 10:28 am
    The University of Cape Town removed a controversial statue of British colonialist Cecil Rhodes last week, after a month of student protests. Rhodes, who build the De Beers diamond empire, was an unrepentant imperialist whose wealth came from purchasing mineral rights from indigenous leaders and turning their territories into British protectorates. Under his rule in Cape Colony, many Africans lost the right to vote, a step which some scholars see as leading to enforced racial segregation in South Africa. While Rhodes made major donations to charitable causes – including the land the…
  • Paying Attention to Garissa

    4 Apr 2015 | 5:14 pm
    On Thursday morning, heavily armed attackers, believed to be members of al-Shabaab, invaded Garissa University and killed 147 students. Mohamed Kuno, a high-ranking al-Shabaab official, has been named by the Kenyan government as the mastermind of the attack. Two days later, we are hearing terrifying details, including a student who hid in a wardrobe for more than 50 hours, afraid that the police who came to rescue here were militants trying to lure her out. Her decision was a wise one – the militants told students they would live if they came out of their dormitories… then lined…
  • “It’s scary when we can do this out of love and there’s nothing you can threaten us with”

    6 Mar 2015 | 7:45 am
    What’s a “holy shit visualization”? It’s a way of looking at data that makes turns a statistic you might have flipped past in a book or skimmed by on a web page into something that you can’t forget. It’s a visceral reminder of the power of images and the power of looking at dry numbers in human terms. For Mike Evans, the map below was a holy shit visualization. Properties in yellow are in tax distress. Those in orange are under tax foreclosure. Those in red have been foreclosed. In 2014, 50% of properties in the city of Detroit were in danger of…
  • Helping Launch the NetGain Challenge

    11 Feb 2015 | 10:28 am
    This morning, I’m at the Ford Foundation in New York City as part of the launch event for NetGain. NetGain is a new effort launched by the Mozilla, Ford, Open Society, Macarthur and Knight Foundations, to bring the philanthropic community together to tackle the greatest obstacles to digital rights, online equality and the use of the internet to promote social justice. The event is livestreamed here – in a moment, you can head Tim Berners-Lee and Susan Crawford in conversation about the future of the web. For the past six months, I’ve been working with Jenny Toomey and Darren Walker…
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  • domains now available

    12 Apr 2015 | 10:18 pm
    The .ng domain registry has now made domains available. They are meant to service interests in present-continuous English language terms and perhaps URL shortners. Examples of such terms would be domaining, singing etc. While it is possible to register such words directly under .ng, those come at a bit of a premium (varying wildly […] The post domains now available appeared first on techbaron.
  • How to secure your Dropbox account

    15 Oct 2014 | 1:54 am
    There is no perfection in the world of technology. Heck, there’s no perfection in life. Thus, one is constrained to mastering the delicate balance between convenience and security. Dropbox is a very convenient file hosting/sharing/back-up service that is used by millions worldwide. Dropbox has been in the news lately, with allegations that user login details […] The post How to secure your Dropbox account appeared first on techbaron.
  • TLcom achieves second profitable African exit of the year

    15 Sep 2014 | 7:06 am
    15/09/2014, London, Nairobi – Venture capital firm TLcom Capital (TLcom) today announced the sale of virtual identity solutions provider for mobile operators Movirtu to global mobile communications leader Blackberry, in TLcom’s second profitable exit in Africa this year. The sale sees TLcom achieve a cash on cash return in excess of two times its initial […] The post TLcom achieves second profitable African exit of the year appeared first on techbaron.
  • PayPal now in Nigeria, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Zimbabwe…

    18 Jun 2014 | 12:37 am
    PayPal has extended its online payment system to Nigeria, Belarus, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Monaco, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire,  Zimbabwe, and Paraguay for the first time. Before now, these countries were completely blocked from the party. Credit/Debit cards from these countries were not allowed on the payment gateway either. Nigeria being the largest e-commerce market in Africa is most […] The post PayPal now in Nigeria, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Zimbabwe… appeared first on techbaron.
  • is on Fire!

    2 Apr 2014 | 10:04 pm is on Fire, literally and figuratively. The trend has been to consume TV shows, blockbuster movies and music – over the internet – where access to decent broadband and a HDTV is not a problem. After all, who wants to rely on the good-old TV stations’ schedule to enjoy their favourite movie/show or go […] The post is on Fire! appeared first on techbaron.
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  • Heavy Chef To Host Strategy Event & Launch Inaugural Magazine

    Staff Reporter
    23 Apr 2015 | 1:57 am
    On 06 May 2015 at Microsoft in Joburg, Heavy Chef will host an event focused on Digital Strategy, headlined by a digital power duo. Arthur Goldstuck, South Africa’s foremost authority on the digital market and technological trends, will be joined by Chris Rawlinson – creative powerhouse and head of group digital innovations at Ogilvy SA. Arthur’s presentation will look at the latest statistics, reports and graphs that represent the current state of the local digital economy. Goldstuck brings with him years of experience in interpreting industry information and formulating…
  • SAB’s Secret Brew For Developing Young Entrepreneurs in South Africa Is Out

    Staff Reporter
    23 Apr 2015 | 12:08 am
    The South African Breweries (SAB) has evolved its 20-year old youth entrepreneurship programme, SAB KickStart, expanding it into three enterprise development initiatives. The three programmes are SAB KickStart Ignite, SAB KickStart Boost and SAB KickStart Elevate, each targeting youth-owned businesses with different areas of focus and at varying stages of operation. This three-pronged approach and commitment to enterprise development is aimed at supporting the emergence of strong and sustainable businesses able to make a valuable contribution to the country’s economic…
  • SMARTIES: Global Award For Mobile Marketing Announced

    Staff Reporter
    21 Apr 2015 | 2:25 am
    The Mobile Marketing Association “MMA” of South Africa announced the 2015 MMA Standard Bank SMARTIESTMAward categories. The categories include definitions for 2015 as well as new or changed categories. The SMARTIESTM Awards is the only global awards program created specifically to recognise best-in-class mobile marketing campaigns from around the world. Entries are now open and submissions can be made at the country level (South Africa), regionally (EMEA) and Globally. The South African Awards will take place in Durban on 13 August 2015, as part of Loeries Week / Loeries…
  • The New Marketing Landscape: 7 Brands That Are Getting It

    Staff Reporter
    17 Apr 2015 | 1:26 am
    Consumers navigate expertly from Facebook, to their blog on Tumblr, to their mobile banking app, to their Apple TV, and back again. Their digital expertise now requires brands to behave with equal agility and provide relevant and timely content unique to the platform and consumer need. This means that marketers and brand managers must be multi-skilled in social listening, community management, content creation, customer service, and act with the speed that consumers now demand. Added Value South Africa first suggested that the new age marketer would need a different skills set when it…
  • Tourism Fund Winners Announced

    Staff Reporter
    14 Apr 2015 | 10:56 pm
    In October 2013, Cape Town Tourism’s Board of Directors took a collective decision to forfeit their monthly remuneration in favour of the Board Development Fund (BDF) that assists Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMMEs) with support to develop their tourism businesses. In year two (2015) of the Board Development Fund, Cape Town Tourism received many promising applications and after a thorough selection process, a shortlist of four candidates was created. In March 2015, two beneficiaries were carefully selected and Cape Town Tourism has allocated R50 000 to each in support of their…
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    Ladybrille® Blogazine

  • Morsi PR Launches New Magazine Called TRIBE ELAN
    9 Apr 2015 | 4:57 pm
    First floor, 30 Catholic Mission Street, Onikan, Lagos Island Lagos. Phone No: 08023341846 / 08138388004 18th of March, 2015. Editor’s note Welcome to a New Dawn , A New day in both the history... Visit us for the full story! Also be sure to check Ladybrille Magazine at for stories on Africa fashion,film, music and the arts!
  • Announced as Sponsor for 2015 OWL Awards
    8 Apr 2015 | 8:43 am
    LADYBRILLE April 8, 2015 - SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- The National Association of Women Business Owners, Sacramento Valley chapter (NAWBO-Sac) is pleased to announce as its newest sponsor... Visit us for the full story! Also be sure to check Ladybrille Magazine at for stories on Africa fashion,film, music and the arts!
  • FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Fashion Media Icon Rocco Leo Gaglioti Honored as ‘Ladybrille Man’
    7 Apr 2015 | 8:25 am
    Sacramento, CA (April 7th, 2015)— Ladybrille Magazine, a digital platform celebrating brilliant women entrepreneurs and leaders and the pioneer voice for African fashion in the West, honors fashion... Visit us for the full story! Also be sure to check Ladybrille Magazine at for stories on Africa fashion,film, music and the arts!
  • The Africa Music Law Show: Meet @MaleekBerry Rising Super Producer for @Wizkidayo, @Iyanya & @FuseOdg
    6 Apr 2015 | 1:39 pm
    Maleek Berry is one of the UK and Africa’s rising music super producers. He has produced for Africa’s biggest music stars such as Wizkid (The Matter), Wande Coal (Baby Hello), Davido (Carolina),... Visit us for the full story! Also be sure to check Ladybrille Magazine at for stories on Africa fashion,film, music and the arts!
  • FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Kathy Chao Rothberg First Mien Mayor in the U.S. Named Ladybrille Woman of the Month, March 2015.
    25 Mar 2015 | 11:57 am
    Sacramento, CA (March 2015) -- Ladybrille Magazine, the pioneer digital platform and authority on African fashion in the West’ and voice for the African woman entrepreneur, is pleased to announce it... Visit us for the full story! Also be sure to check Ladybrille Magazine at for stories on Africa fashion,film, music and the arts!
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    The Zambian

  • Happy Easter

    The Zambian Editor
    2 Apr 2015 | 5:15 pm
    Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in me will never die. – John 11:25-26 The Old Rugged Cross by Kaoma Chende Aisah by Shepherds Choir Chimwemwe
  • Zambia Tourism Video

    The Zambian Editor
    25 Mar 2015 | 5:30 am
    A excellent video promoting Zambia has just been produced by Zambia Tourism. Kudos to the team at Biggest Leaf for their work on this video too. Blessed with awe-inspiring natural wonders, an abundance of wildlife, huge water bodies and vast open spaces, Zambia offers unforgettable holidays exploring the real Africa. Acknowledged as one of the safest countries in the world to visit, Zambia’s welcoming people live in peace and harmony. And here, in the warm heart of Africa, you will find some of the finest Safari experiences on the planet, including face to face encounters with…
  • Happy 2015

    The Zambian Editor
    1 Jan 2015 | 2:01 am
    2015 will be a pivotal year for Zambia. From The Zambian Development team, we wish all of you a Happy New Year and the very best in 2015. May this Irish proverb be a blessing to all of you: May the road rise to meet you, May the wind be ever at your back. And may the sun shine warm upon your face, The rains fall soft upon your fields. And until we meet again, May God hold you ever the palm of his hand. May God be with you and bless you: May you see your children’s children. May you be poor in misfortune, Rich in blessings. May you know nothing but happiness From this day forward. May…
  • How Can Poaching Be Brought Under Control?

    The Zambian Editor
    30 Dec 2014 | 6:23 am
    Elephants are being slaughtered in unprecedented numbers and if it continues experts predict they will be extinct in the wild within 20 years. In order to bring poaching under control, it needs to be tackled at the market, in transit, and on the ground. Rory Young, an anti-poaching strategist provides a summary of the problem of tackling the poaching on the ground in this Huffington Post article on How Can Poaching Be Brought Under Control?. Young recently co-authored, A Field Manual For Anti-Poaching Activities, a guide that provides workable solutions to poaching.will focus here on the…
  • Lusaka, The City and People

    The Zambian Editor
    27 Dec 2014 | 5:04 am
    Lusaka, Zambia’s heartland and capital city is the country’s chief administrative centre and a major financial, transportation, and manufacturing hub. Lusaka is one of the fastest growing cities in the SADC region with a population that stands at 1,461,000, this according to the Southern African cities network. Joining CNBC Africa’s Nozipho Mbanjwa to look at the Investment case of the City of Lusaka is Thierry Boulanger, Director for IT and Business to Business Solutions at Samsung Africa and Mark O’Donnell, MD at Union Gold and Habeenzu Mulunda, Public Relations…
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    Emergent Africa

  • Senegalese Laamb Wrestling's Marabout Ritual

    26 Apr 2015 | 3:00 am
    From Vice: The most popular sport in the West African country of Senegal isn’t soccer—it’s laamb, combining Greco-Roman wrestling moves with eclectic pre-fight rituals and dances. Laamb’s appeal has skyrocketed as the nation’s economy has plunged (the average income for Senegalese workers is about $3 a day), and the top stars are the Michael Jordans of their country.
  • Curating The African Canon

    25 Apr 2015 | 3:00 am
    Ugochukwu-Smooth C. Nzewi in a conversation over at Artsy: Long before he was curator of African art at Dartmouth College’s Hood Museum, Ugochukwu-Smooth C. Nzewi, better known as “Smooth,” was traveling the world as a nomadic artist and curator. And before that, he was studying sculpture under El Anatsui in his native Nigeria. Today, on the heels of co-curating the prestigious Dak’Art, the biennial of contemporary African art, we spoke with Nzewi about his thoughts on curating, the growing interest in contemporary art produced by artists of African background, and the 10 artists…
  • The pyramids of Sudan

    24 Apr 2015 | 6:26 pm
    Sorin Furcoi writing in Aljazeera: image via AljazeeraFew visitors have been making the trek out to the country's northeast to see the secluded Nubian Meroe pyramids. More than 200km from the Sudanese capital Khartoum, the remains of an ancient city rise from the arid and inhospitable terrain like a science-fiction film set. Nestled between sand dunes, the secluded pyramids seem to have been forgotten by the modern world, with no nearby restaurants or hotels to cater to tourists.The Nubian Meroe pyramids, much smaller but just as impressive as the more famous Egyptian ones, are found on the…
  • Migrants, Repression & Eritrea

    24 Apr 2015 | 2:30 am
    Sam Jones, Patrick Kingsley and Mark Anderson in the Guardian:If Europe is serious about reducing the flow of people from Eritrea, she says, it needs to use its political, diplomatic and financial influence to bring about change in Asmara. “Unless the root cause is dealt with, people will keep taking risks,” she says. “A lot of pressure needs to be put on the government of Eritrea to stop the indefinite national service, to make life bearable for people and to allow them to live a free life. They have to release all the prisoners of conscience from prison and allow people to choose what…
  • Developing Intellectual Capital

    23 Apr 2015 | 8:57 pm
    Okwaro Oscar Plato writing in Contrepoints (via Google Translate): image via ContrepointsIn Africa, poverty will be reduced when intellectual capital will be developed and borne fruit to export knowledge and ideas.I thought once that capital had a different denominational for money , the wealth accumulated a country or its people. Of course , I thought that the wealth was determined by the money or the assets accumulated . Then , I 'm dropped on an advertising of Deutsche Bank in the Wall Street Journal that said : "The capital that are the ideas . The rest of this is that of money. " I have…
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    AfricaCan End Poverty

  • Terra Ranca! Um novo começo para a Guiné-Bissau

    Marek Hanusch
    6 Apr 2015 | 8:22 am
    No día 25 de Março de 2015, a comunidade internacional reuniu-se em Bruxelas a fim de mobilizar recursos para a Guiné-Bissau, cujo governo e o povo guineense parecem prontos para um novo começo.
  • Terra Ranca! A fresh start for Guinea-Bissau

    Marek Hanusch
    25 Mar 2015 | 2:15 pm
    As international donors gather this week in Brussels to mobilize resources for Guinea-Bissau, the government and people of this West African nation appear ready for a fresh start.
  • Mobile connectivity in Africa has already arrived

    Borko Handjiski
    20 Mar 2015 | 7:57 am
    What is the main difference between high-income and developing countries? Here is my take: People in the former have much more of pretty much everything. Almost everyone living in high-income countries has access to electricity; in poor (low-income) countries, 7 out of 10 people don’t. Most families in rich countries own a car, but only a few people living in the developing world do. On per capita basis, rich economies have 15 times more doctors than poor countries, consume 40 times more energy, have 50 times more ATMs, and so on.
  • Le secteur de la santé au Cameroun : que les résultats soient votre quête, et les changements vos résultats

    Emmanuel Maina Djoulde
    15 Mar 2015 | 6:48 pm
    Une approche innovante pour le renforcement du système de santé au Cameroun En tant que président du comité de pilotage du Projet d’Appui aux Investissements dans le secteur de la santé au Cameroun, j’ai été agréablement surpris par le caractère innovant de l’approche « financement basé sur la performance » ainsi que par son impact transformateur.
  • The ten richest Africans own as much as the poorest half of the continent

    Christoph Lakner
    12 Mar 2015 | 3:21 pm
    In January 2014, Oxfam released a widely-cited briefing paper which argued that the richest 85 people in the world owned more than the poorest half of the population in 2013 (Oxfam, 2014).[1] In this blog post I estimate this statistic for Africa. The blog builds on background research for an upcoming flagship report “The State of Poverty and Inequality in Africa” led by the World Bank’s Africa Chief Economist Office.
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  • The Flywheel Concept

    Adesoji Adegbulu
    24 Apr 2015 | 4:16 am
    If you’ve read Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap…And Others Don’t by Jim Collins, then you will have already known about the Flywheel Concept. It is such a powerful concept that successful business owners use to make their business a great venture. One of such people is Amazon’s founder and CEO, Jeff […] Click to read The Flywheel Concept in full. Related posts: Over 400 Top Business Courses at $10 each CFA bags an Award of Excellence as one of the Nigerian Top Executives 5 Reasons to Start a Company in Africa
  • Dear Future Generations: Sorry – Prince EA

    Adesoji Adegbulu
    20 Apr 2015 | 7:57 am
    Here is a letter of apology to the Future Generations by Prince EA     To DIRECTLY Fight the Destruction and Stand For Trees go to: Music composed by DJsNeverEndingStory Motion Graphics/Animations by: Hodja Berlev Edited by: Joseph Lombardi Video Shot By   Prince EA // @PrinceEa   Shares Click to read Dear Future Generations: Sorry – Prince EA in full. Related posts: The Past and Future…
  • The No. 1 Secret to Fulfilling Work

    Adesoji Adegbulu
    19 Apr 2015 | 11:00 pm
    Think about the words: work, career, mission. Do you notice a difference when you read them? Does each word feel different to you? To most people, the word “work” implies that it’s something hard, something you have to do. If you work all day long, you probably don’t enjoy it very much or find it […] Click to read The No. 1 Secret to Fulfilling Work in full. Related posts: 3 Easy Ways to Become a High Performer at Work #HE4Dev – Making Higher Education work for Africa The Art of Fulfillment
  • “I Am Scared Of People” – Suli Breaks

    Adesoji Adegbulu
    17 Apr 2015 | 1:07 am
      I Am Scared Of People (Lyrics)   I used to be scared of The Candy MAN Used to be scared of The Boogey MAN Now I’m scared of MAN. I don’t believe in nationality, I believe in humanity! What will it take for us to acknowledge that we are family? Would you press the […] Click to read “I Am Scared Of People” – Suli Breaks in full. Related posts: 2014: The Most Influential Young People In Tech
  • The Rebuilder

    Adesoji Adegbulu
    16 Apr 2015 | 9:05 am
      The truth is, we are living in a broken world. This means bad things happen to us all. As long as we remain in this world, bad things will continue to happen. As true as that is, the truth also is, we have a choice to make. Either we allow those bad things to […] Click to read The Rebuilder in full. Related posts: You May Lose! ListMe: New Premium Business Directory for Nigerians The One Area of Life that Energizes all Others
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    The Gamelian World

  • Junior Camp Internship Programme to Train Ghanaian High School Graduates

    23 Apr 2015 | 2:00 am
    GhanaThink Foundation through its Junior Camp Internship Programme (JCIP) will provide hands-on training and practical work experience to ten lucky senior high school graduates. This pilot programme is scheduled to run from June to August, and builds upon the gains of the Junior Camp initiative launched about two years ago at Keta Senior High Technical School.The training component will last for two weeks; it consists of four thematic areas: learning & research, communication, leadership & ethics, and entrepreneurship. The programme will then dovetail into the internship proper, which…
  • Insights from GhanaThink's Youth Mentorship Online Chat #DiasporaCamp

    9 Dec 2014 | 2:32 pm
    I previously blogged on the Google + Hangout GhanaThink Diaspora was organising to discuss the importance of mentorship and youth development. The chat was hosted by Thelma Boamah and I, on behalf of the team, last Saturday at 2 pm GMT. Colleagues such as Kirstie, Angie, Kweku, and Jemila played significant background roles to ensure the success of the event. The panellists for the day were Emmanuel Gamor (Mpwr), Nina Werner (Mara Mentor), Ebenezer Gwumah (Ashesi), Kofi Yeaboah (BarCamp Ghana), Elizabeth Patterson (Girls Education Initiative Ghana), Eunice Young (Junior Camp Ghana),…
  • GhanaThink Diaspora to Host Discussion on Youth Mentorship and Development

    5 Dec 2014 | 12:29 pm
    GhanaThink Diaspora will host a panel discussion on youth mentorship tomorrow (6th December) at 14:00 GMT.  Joining the chat will be eight leaders working on various youth development initiatives in Africa and beyond.The goal of the conversation is for panellists to share their experiences with and insights on youth and the potential for mentorship to impact them personally while contributing to wider social/economic/national/global development." We're lucky to have pan-African representation amongst you all. There'll be voices from Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, and the U.S. - Thelma…
  • Capturing the Second Junior Camp Ketasco

    25 Nov 2014 | 2:52 pm
    Students and guests enjoying themselves during the ice-breakerIt seems like a long time ago when GhanaThink’s Junior Camp programme was birthed at Ketasco. On that fateful day, mentors from different professional domains converged at the school to give students insights into fields such as as engineering, computing, entrepreneurship, and banking. The buzz generated on campus that day was like no other, leaving everyone clamouring for more. The Junior Camp train has since stopped at numerous destinations: Kalpohin, Pojoss, Presec, Krogiss, Labone, Armesco, Smasco, etc. Counting them all…
  • Making Science Education More Practical in Ghana, The PEN-GAST Experience

    23 Nov 2014 | 4:47 pm
    Brainstorming session ongoing at a recent science workshop in AccraScience is commonly viewed as a process of obtaining knowledge through experimentation and observation. This means that scientific knowledge is generated through extensive interaction of learners with the physical and natural world. It appears that the role of the teacher, therefore, is to provide students with the requisite tools to embark on this journey of discovery, filled with adventure, curiosity and wonder. Once interest is stimulated and maintained, the rest is history.Yet in Ghana, especially at the basic school…
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    CPAfrica | CPAfrica

  • Orange and Airtel, Kenya Get CA Approval to Test 4G Technology

    Christie Uzebu
    24 Apr 2015 | 8:36 am
    The Communication Authority of Kenya has granted Airtel and Orange Kenya regulatory approval to start testing the 4G technology on their networks. Getting the CA’s approval means the telcos can begin to launch the service commercially. Currently, only Safaricom has commercially launched the high speed wireless data internet service in the country. 4G LTE supports wireless communication of high speed data for mobile phones. According to Orange Kenya CEO, Vincent Lobry, “The company is yet to begin testing LTE on its network as its main focus currently is to ensure there is optimal use…
  • Teragro Commodities Limited to begin Citrus farming

    Bimbola Segun-Amao
    24 Apr 2015 | 7:00 am
    Teragro , an agribusiness subsidiary of Transnational Corporation of Nigeria Plc TRANSCORP is to establish citrus farms in Benue State. The subsidiary has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Benue State Government to lease land to establish citrus farms in Ushongo area of the state. Teragro operates from Benue State but only in Makurdi, this MoU represents an expansion of Teragro’s current operations to exceed the state capital. Teragro has been functioning as an industrial operation processing oranges and mangoes into concentrates for local consumption. Over time, Teragro has…
  • Ghana’s Suba Wins MWA2015 App Developer Competition

    Christie Uzebu
    24 Apr 2015 | 6:29 am
    Ghanaian social events startup,Suba has emerged winner of the recently concluded Mobile West Africa 2015 App Developer Competition held in Lagos. Five startups emerged as finalists, four from Nigeria and one (Suba) from Ghana. The winning startup received an iPad Air courtesy of, high-end smartphone from Innjoo and gift card from SureGifts. Suba was founded by Nelson Klutse and Eric Hackman, and developed at Ghana-based Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology incubator. Suba is a photo streaming iOS and Android mobile app that allows everyone at fun events to see and…
  • Social Good Nigeria Unveils the PopUp Incubator Project for Techies

    Christie Uzebu
    24 Apr 2015 | 5:56 am
    Social Good Nigeria, a network of innovators and socio-preneurs, leveraging on the explosive power of digital technology, has collaborated with the Swedish government and espire hub incubator, to unveil The PopUp Incubator Project for techies in Nigeria. The project is targeted at developing the capacities of techies, entrepreneurs, young professionals and most importantly to promote women and girls’ involvement in the ICT Sector in Nigeria. The unveiling which took place in Abuja, Federal Capital Territory, on 23rd April, had in attendance, young female students from Lead British Schools…
  • La Campagne to host Business Events with John Maxwell

    Bimbola Segun-Amao
    24 Apr 2015 | 5:15 am
    La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort is a soothing paradise that offers a unique feel of unhampered natural environment . At the resort, one can expect to experience a fresh water lake, accessible mangrove forest, a savannah, extensive sandy beach and the warm Atlantic sea. Activities on the beach include canoeing, hiking, hunting, horse riding, beach volleyball, beach football, snorkeling and ocean water fishing. As a luxurious hotel and beach which mixes traditional Nigerian culture with modern convenience, there are African-themed villas to lodge while on vacation at La Campagne This…
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  • MSF South Sudan: As violence re-erupts in Malakal town, more than 25,000 people are sheltering in Protection of Civilians site

    24 Apr 2015 | 9:22 am
    JUBA, South Sudan, April 24, 2015/African Press Organization (APO)/ — Fresh fighting took place overnight on 21 April in Malakal between armed groups, causing some 900 people to flee to the Protection of Civilians site in Malakal, bringing the number of displaced people in the compound to more than 25,000. Two people were killed in the violence and an unknown number were injured. With tensions in the area still high, MSF’s team in Malakal is preparing for a potential influx of wounded. Due to the extremely volatile situation, the team has been forced to suspend some of its mobile…
  • On the Occasion of the United Republic of Tanzania’s Union Day

    24 Apr 2015 | 9:16 am
    WASHINGTON, April 24, 2015/African Press Organization (APO)/ — Press Statement John Kerry Secretary of State Washington, DC April 24, 2015 On behalf of President Obama and the people of the United States, I congratulate the people of Tanzania as you celebrate the 51st anniversary of the union between Tanganyika and Zanzibar. Deep bonds of friendship unite the people of the United States and the people of Tanzania. The first class of Peace Corps volunteers traveled to your country to build roads connecting your cities. And soon after, President John F. Kennedy and Prime Minister Julius…
  • Continued detention of Ethiopian journalists unacceptable – UN human rights experts

    24 Apr 2015 | 8:47 am
    GENEVA, Switzerland, April 24, 2015/African Press Organization (APO)/ — The Special Rapporteur on freedom of opinion and expression, David Kaye, and the Special Rapporteur on freedom of peaceful assembly and of association, Maina Kiai, today said the detention of the six so-called “Zone Nine” bloggers and three other journalists in Ethiopia over the past year has been “absolutely unacceptable”. The bloggers, who used an online platform to report on social and political issues in Ethiopia, were arrested on April 25 and 26 last year and have remained in detention ever since. The…
  • IOM Assists Victims of Migrant Attacks in South Africa

    24 Apr 2015 | 8:08 am
    GENEVA, Switzerland, April 24, 2015/African Press Organization (APO)/ — Responding to the recent spate of the violence against migrants in South Africa, largely in KwaZulu Natal (KZN) and Gauteng provinces, IOM is assisting victims of the violence. Over 8,000 migrants have been displaced since the violence broke out three weeks ago and they are currently accommodated in various shelters operated by the government, churches, mosques and NGOs. Governments from several neighbouring countries have sent buses to help their citizens to return home. IOM is supporting these returns by providing…
  • Migrants Leaving Yemen for Horn of Africa Top 10,000

    24 Apr 2015 | 8:04 am
    GENEVA, Switzerland, April 24, 2015/African Press Organization (APO)/ — IOM is continuing its humanitarian assistance to migrants, refugees and Third Country Nationals (TCNs) arriving in the Horn of Africa, fleeing the crisis in Yemen. This week the total arrivals in the Horn of Africa, including Djibouti, Somaliland and Puntland, since the start of the conflict, are approximately 10,263. Djibouti is receiving the bulk of the people, with arrivals increasing to 8,344 this week. Of these, over 60 per cent are TCNs in need of assistance to return home. “Djibouti has the biggest burden…
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  • Disgusting! Here Are 7 Nigerian Celebrities Known For Dressing in The Worst Manners

    Peace Ezebuiro
    24 Apr 2015 | 9:30 am
    Celebrities are public figures and I think its high time all of them got that into their heads. Of course, there are a lot of them who already know this and are very careful in whatever they do, ranging from their dressings for public outings, what they say, their social behaviours, etc. However, there are […]
  • Hilarious: These 7 Photos of Nigerians’ Bad Kissing Styles Will Surely Crack Your Ribs

    Peace Ezebuiro
    22 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am
    Nigerians are always portraying in all ramifications that life is all together a struggle. They do this in almost every aspect of life but I was thinking that this particular aspect will be exempted. The issue of love and romance is one that should be associated with much passion and tenderness. It is no manual […]
  • 15 Best Easy Ways to Get a Nigerian Girl Over on a First Date

    Editorial Staff
    21 Apr 2015 | 7:53 am
    You’ve finally succeeded in asking a Nigerian girl out and you want the first date to be perfect. Well, while there are several universal tips on how to win a girl over on a first date, some of them might not work when applied on Nigerian girls. This is because Nigerian girls are different and […]
  • 2015 General Elections: The Biggest Victims Of The Latest Political Tsunami

    20 Apr 2015 | 7:25 am
    The 2015 Nigeria General elections have come and gone, in what was widely expected to be the most violent elections in the country’s history due to the harsh and rude electioneering strategies adopted by the parties contesting in the polls, all in the bid to outsmart each other and winning the hearts of the electorates. From […]
  • Unbelievable: Nigeria NOT Among CNN’s 10 Most Prosperous African Countries!

    Peace Ezebuiro
    20 Apr 2015 | 5:32 am
    Nigeria is popularly referred to as the giant of Africa. She is also known to be one of the richest countries of Africa. Nigeria is as well, the country with the largest economy in Africa. But it’s quite surprising that according to the latest Legatum Institute Africa Prosperity Report released by the Cable News Network(CNN), […]
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  • Armed Guards In Kenya Watch Over World’s Last Male Northern White Rhino 24/7

    Ogechukwu Nwabugo
    24 Apr 2015 | 6:29 am
    A male Northern white rhino is currently guarded around the clock to race against Poachers. Though he is physically like any other northern white rhino, the rhino who goes by the name “Sudan” is not just any rhino. Sudan has so far drawn the attention of many for being the last of its kind desperately being looked upon […]
  • Top 10 Tips For A Curvy Shaped Butt Without Going Through Surgery

    Ogechukwu Nwabugo
    21 Apr 2015 | 6:22 am
    Have you been admiring curvaceous women and also have been wishing to get yours? Here is your chance. With these 10 tips and tricks you will get your backside toned, curvy and amazing in no time, you will no longer crave for curvy backside when you see one. These tips will help you have a […]
  • 100 Most Influential People As Disclosed By Times – Check If Your Idol Is Mentioned

    Ogechukwu Nwabugo
    21 Apr 2015 | 3:15 am
    Being able to influence people is an important skill in the real world which allows you to help people to do better or encourages them to see things from your point of view. Although this influence can be either positive or negative, it is necessary to spot the influencers. But discovering who can influence other people […]
  • Kenya’s Billionaires Who Dropped Out Of School Because They Never Liked It

    Ogechukwu Nwabugo
    20 Apr 2015 | 5:09 am
    Okay we do know that school and higher education isn’t for everyone because education tips many over and makes them feel it’s all too hard. Whether or not it has to do with the people’s learning style, ability or is related to something larger we can’t really say, but we do know is that dropping […]
  • Photo: Gold Toyota VX Spotted In Nairobi, Who Could Be Behind The Wheels?

    Ogechukwu Nwabugo
    16 Apr 2015 | 8:53 am
    Have you heard about the latest happening in our own Nairobi? Okay, if you are yet to be informed, just know that a Gold Toyota VX was recently seen in Nairobi. Recall when we were singing praises of the richest men in Dubai who drive Gold plated cars, diamond plated cars and also how they spend their cash […]
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  • Weekend Delight: 10 Roasted Chicken Recipes That Will Tune Your Culinary Skills

    Linda Nwadigwe
    24 Apr 2015 | 9:26 am
    When it comes to recounting a well spent weekend or holiday, it all begins with the dish that was served. Food makes the weekend different from the normal week days and nothing commands culinary respect more than a well roasted chicken for a big day. Now while every cook can vouch for one method or […]
  • Xenophobia Started In Nigeria With The ‘Ghana Must Go’ Saga, How True Is This?

    Linda Nwadigwe
    22 Apr 2015 | 5:07 am
    As the battle to combat violence rages on in South Africa, research is equally ongoing to determine the root causes of the violence and to find out ways of stopping such acts from ever happening again. The Institute for Justice and Reconciliation (IJR) says untreated trauma (for both South Africans and foreigners) is the cause of […]
  • Photos: Killers Of Mozambican Emmanuel Sithole All Apprehended

    Linda Nwadigwe
    21 Apr 2015 | 9:01 am
    A video went viral last Friday that showed the brutal killing of Mozambican Emmanuel Sithole who was walking down a street when four South Africans surrounded him. Sithole pleaded for mercy, but it was already too late. The attackers bludgeoned him with a wrench and stabbed him with knives, all in broad daylight. According to the camera man […]
  • The Question Everyone Is Asking: Can Football Really Stop Xenophobia?

    Linda Nwadigwe
    21 Apr 2015 | 6:14 am
    In the face of all the violence going on, South Africa’s national team Bafana Bafana is set to play two international friendly matches against neighboring countries in a bid to sensitize the public on the evils of xenophobia. Seeing as Xenophobic attacks by South Africans against foreigners, particularly those of African descent has badly dented the […]
  • Royally Pissed: King Zwelithini’s Speech At The Imbizo Causes More Uproar

    Linda Nwadigwe
    21 Apr 2015 | 4:03 am
    The almighty Imbizo called by the Zulu king was supposed to allay fears and to make peace or at the very least, apologize for the part he played in aggravating xenophobic attacks against foreigners, rather he called to pass on the blame of his actions to a third party that is best described as none-existent. […]
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  • 85 Best campaign slogans

    Staff Writer
    9 Apr 2015 | 6:29 am
    There are three simple communications devices that every campaign needs: the first one is the message, another has to do with issues that support the message, also, every effective campaign must have an effective slogan. In this article, we are going to address the third in that list. Campaigns are organised in other to sell the candidate […]
  • 100+ Funny Slogans For Your Business

    CJ Stanley
    30 Mar 2015 | 6:43 am
    A slogan is a word or phrase used to express a characteristic position or stand or a goal to be achieved. According to the Business dictionary, a slogan can be defined as a simple and catchy phrase accompanying a logo or brand, that encapsulates a product’s appeal or the mission of a firm and makes it […]
  • 100+ Famous Slogans

    Staff Writer
    30 Mar 2015 | 4:21 am
    A slogan is a phrase created by a company for the purpose of advertising their brands, it is a word or phrase that is easy to remember and is used by a group or business to attract attention. it is often concise and able to deliver the exact message the company has in mind to […]
  • 200 Best Thank You Messages For Your Best Friends

    Staff Writer
    25 Mar 2015 | 4:41 am
    Don’t miss an opportunity to appreciate anyone that has contributed to your life, especially people that remebered you during the time of celebration. One of the least expensive but best ways to show appreciation is by sending a thank you message across to them. Sending a thank you message to your friends, family or even […]
  • 85 Best Graduation Messages

    Staff Writer
    24 Mar 2015 | 2:41 am
    Graduating from school is such a big accomplishment, every student looks forward to the day of graduation at least to heave a sigh of relief knowing that they have just succeded in passing through one of the important stages in life. Graduates are usually very excited but at the same time are nervous of what […]
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  • Astonishingly Extravagant! See Africa’s 15 Most Expensive Buildings Worth Millions of USD

    Peace Ezebuiro
    23 Apr 2015 | 8:39 am
    Visit The Knowledge Base for Africa Africa is one of the continents of the world known for being richly blessed with most of the precious natural resources that can be used to produce spectacular art works and architectural edifices. But for some decades in the past, she was not always ranked in the list whenever it comes to expensive structures, being […] The post Astonishingly Extravagant! See Africa’s 15 Most Expensive Buildings Worth Millions of USD appeared first on Answers Africa.
  • 10+ Interesting Facts You Need To Know About South Sudan’s Salva Kiir

    Peace Ezebuiro
    21 Apr 2015 | 4:25 am
    Visit The Knowledge Base for Africa Salva Kiir of South Sudan started gaining international recognition and popularity in recent times. This could be attributed to his major contributions in the government and politics of South Sudan, the nation that has been plagued with much conflict and chaos over time, and thereby leading to their recent attainment of independence. You may have […] The post 10+ Interesting Facts You Need To Know About South Sudan’s Salva Kiir appeared first on Answers Africa.
  • 20 Common Misconceptions About Africa You Need To Get Right

    Editorial Staff
    20 Apr 2015 | 6:52 am
    Visit The Knowledge Base for Africa Most people who have never visited Africa are susceptible to fall prey to the widespread misconceptions about Africa. Before believing anything you read or hear about Africa, you need to familiarise yourself with Africa facts. These Africa facts will help you refute some erroneous descriptions of Africa and its people. The commonly held misconceptions can […] The post 20 Common Misconceptions About Africa You Need To Get Right appeared first on Answers Africa.
  • 30 Best Happy Anniversary Poems

    CJ Stanley
    17 Apr 2015 | 9:34 am
    Visit The Knowledge Base for Africa Best happy anniversary poem for your soul mate. Heart melting set of happy anniversary poems that is bound to melt the strongest of hearts. Anniversaries are moments of happiness, moments to share the love you have for each other, take advantage of these best happy anniversary poems and put a smile on the face of […] The post 30 Best Happy Anniversary Poems appeared first on Answers Africa.
  • Beware: These Are the 15 Most Dangerous Jobs in the World – No.1 will Shock You!

    Peace Ezebuiro
    16 Apr 2015 | 7:04 am
    Visit The Knowledge Base for Africa Most of the times, the factor we give the most consideration when seeking for a job or business, is the pay. We just want to know how lucrative the job/business is, what the returns are like. But there are much more important factors that are begging consideration. One of the most important of them all […] The post Beware: These Are the 15 Most Dangerous Jobs in the World – No.1 will Shock You! appeared first on Answers Africa.
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  • NECO Holds Entrance Examination For Unity College Applicants

    25 Apr 2015 | 5:24 pm
    The 2015 National Common Entrance Examination (NCEE) into Federal Government Colleges and Federal Science and Technical Colleges was held yesterday (Saturday) nationwide. The examination which was earlier scheduled for March 21st was postponed till... Visit the source website for detailed content, full links, and more!
  • PCN Inducts 59 DELSU Pharmacists

    24 Apr 2015 | 5:58 pm
    The Pharmaceutical Council of Nigeria (PCN), on Friday, inducted 59 pharmacy graduates of the Delta State University (DELSU), Abraka. Registrar to the council, Mr N.A. Muhammed, represented by Dr. Anthony Idoko, administered the oath on the new... Visit the source website for detailed content, full links, and more!
  • 125 First Class, as UNILAG Graduates 10,600 Students

    24 Apr 2015 | 5:40 pm
    The University of Lagos (UNILAG) will issue various degree certificates to about 10,600 students during the 2013/2014 academic session Convocation ceremonies scheduled to hold from 28th to 30th April, 2015. The Vice-Chancellor of the university,... Visit the source website for detailed content, full links, and more!
  • Yobe State University Academic Calendar 2014/15 Released

    24 Apr 2015 | 5:19 am
    The management of Yobe State University (YSU), Damaturu has released the undergraduate academic calendar for the 2014/2015 Academic Session. YSU 2014/15 Academic Calendar Best of luck To You all… CampusPortalNG Team Stay updated with all... Visit the source website for detailed content, full links, and more!
  • Vacancy: FU Kashere Academic & Non-academic Staff Recruitment 2015

    24 Apr 2015 | 5:09 am
    The Federal University, Kashere invites applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill vacancies for Teaching and Non-teaching staff in the following Departments of the University: ACADEMIC STAFF VACANCIES a) Professor b) Associate... Visit the source website for detailed content, full links, and more!
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  • South Africa Shuns Jonathan, Says “We Will Discuss With Buhari Next Month” – Foreign Affairs

    26 Apr 2015 | 4:01 pm
    South Africa has faulted the decision of the federal government to recall its high commissioners, saying it would communicate diplomatically with Nigeria when Muhammadu Buhari becomes president in May. Recalling that it did not take a similar action when many of its citizens where trapped during the collapse of a guest house at the Synagogue Church of All Nations in Lagos, it described the reaction of the Nigerian government as “unfortunate and regrettable”. “The South African government takes note that the outgoing government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria has recalled its acting…
  • Taraba: INEC Declares PDP’s Ishaku Winner

    26 Apr 2015 | 4:12 am
    The candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Darius Dickson Ishaku has won the governorship election in Taraba state. Ishaku won 10 local government areas with accumulated votes of 369,318 at the end of the supplementary election on Saturday. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) Returning Officer for Taraba State Prof. Ahmed Kyari declared him as governor-elect at the commission’s office in Jalingo on Sunday. Aisha Jummai Alhassan of the All Progressives Congress (APC) got 275,984 votes. Ishaku won with a difference of 93,334 votes. Candidate of the Social Democratic…
  • INEC Declares Ikpeazu Winner of Abia Guber Elections

    26 Apr 2015 | 3:21 am
    The Independent National Electoral Commission [INEC] has declared Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu of the Peoples Democratic Party [PDP] winner of the just concluded 2015 Abia State governorship election. Dr. Ikpeazu defeated his All Progressives Grand Alliance [APGA] counterpart, Dr. Alex Otti, who came second while the All Progressives Congress [APC] candidate, Nyerere Anyim finished third. INEC made the declaration in the early hours of Sunday at the INEC headquarters at the various states amidst tight security.
  • Memo to President-elect Buhari, By Orji Uzor Kalu

    26 Apr 2015 | 2:21 am
    In the first part of this memo two weeks ago, I raised a number of issues that included such critical areas as security, corruption and elections. I had planned to publish the second and con­cluding part of the series last week when a matter of urgent importance cropped up and displaced it. I sincerely apologise if you had looked forward to seeing the second part. This week I hope to raise new issues in the second and concluding part of the memo and, at the same time, treat some of the issues I had raised two weeks ago elaborately. First, I humbly request we take a cur­sory look at the…
  • President-elect Buhari Warns Family Members Against Corruption

    26 Apr 2015 | 1:09 am
    The President-elect, General Muhammadu Buhari (rtd) has sounded a note of warning to his family members that he will not use his powers as president to protect any of them who broke the law, as he is set to assume the leadership of the country. A family member, who attended the meeting summoned by the president-elect, told our reporter at the weekend that the General was very firm and solemn when he spoke to his ward in his Daura country home in Katsina State. General Buhari addressed the members of the family, comprising of his children and other extended family members who look up to him,…
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  • Ginger Singer Terry G Turn Pastor

    kelvin jeweh
    20 Apr 2015 | 3:33 pm
    terry g images Ginger Singer Terry G Turn Pastor Terry G Turn Pastor? Terry G may be an eccentric naija singer but some section of fan could  start seeing him graving a new path for himself. Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. At an event organized by Legend Taste & Tell activation held at the Spices Restaurant, Enugu, Enugu State, the bell ringing artiste bridged his performance by  preaching  from the Holy Bible: “God loves us the way we are, that is why Jesus died for us,”…
  • Tonto Dike Biography And Shocking Life style

    kelvin jeweh
    31 Mar 2015 | 1:53 pm
    tonto dike Here is a detail life history of Nigerian actress Tonto Dike. Tonto Dike hails from Ikwere, Port Harcourt, of Rivers State. She was born on June 9, 1985 and after her primary and secondary education, she was admitted into Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt, and currently studying Petro-Chemical Engineering. Tonto Dike Biography And Shocking Lifestyle Early Life Growing up was wonderful because I had everything I wanted and wasn’t deprived of anything. My father was wealthy, so he did everything possible for me. I went to the best schools in my…
  • JAMB Statistics 2015 |Ten Most Sought-After Universities in Nigeria

    kelvin jeweh
    29 Mar 2015 | 1:51 am
    Ten Most Sought-After Universities in Nigeria- JAMB Statistics 2015 JAMB Statistics 2015 JAMB Statistics shows the number of candidates that choose each university in the jamb 2015 examination can now be check to know the number of people that will be vying for the available slot in each universities admission list. It’s not a big surprise that the most sought after universities these jamb 2015 calendar year was also the universities that received the most number of registered candidates on the jamb website at  these universities  have the higher number of…
  • Waec Timetable 2015: Official Waec TimeTable 2015

    kelvin jeweh
    26 Mar 2015 | 1:12 pm
    Waec Timetable 2015 - candidates taking part in the 2015 waec examination are advised to check the waec time to know which course they will be writing each day here is the official waec timetable 2015 as released by the west african examination board (WAEC) Official Weac timeTable 2015 Thursday, 12th March, 2015 Food & Nutrition 3(Practical) Planning session —- 8.30am-9.30am Home Management 3(Practical) Planning session —- 8.30am-9.30am ——————————————————- ________________________________ Monday, 23rd March to 14th April, 2015: Food and…
  • Cheack Jamb result Online

    kelvin jeweh
    26 Mar 2015 | 12:17 pm the official jamb result checking website has released the jamb result 2015 on Candidates who sat for the jamb computer-based examination CBT and are yet to receive their jamb results on their phone or for any reason want to print out their jamb results 2015 are to visit jamb result checker portal. How to check JAMB CTB Result Online on is the official jamb result checker 2015/2016 website with these simple step below candidates can go online and check their jamb result without stress 1.Visit the JAMB UTME 2015 result checking…
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  • Patience Jonathan’s attitude contributed to GEJ’s defeat-PDP Cheif

    alex olatunji
    26 Apr 2015 | 12:14 am
    Bayelsa State publicity secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party, Mr. Osom Makbere, has said President Goodluck Jonathan lost the March 28 presidential election due to international and domestic conspiracies..In an interview with Punch, the lawyer said “History has stated that no failure, defeat or loss is a product of a single factor. Jonathan’s loss could be blamed on a multiplicity of interwoven causes. “Jonathan was a victim and target of international cum domestic esoteric codes and conspiracies. On the international level, the passage of the anti-gay legislation led to criticisms…
  • Singer Future back with the woman he dumped for Ciara…

    alex olatunji
    26 Apr 2015 | 12:06 am
    Future was dating former Atlanta stripper Brittni Mealy when he met and fell for Ciara. At the time, Brittni and Future had a one year son and Brittni was bitter that Future dumped her for Ciara. Now that Ciara has dated Future, had a baby for him (Ciara is the 4th baby mama), and left him, Brittni is back in his life. Two days ago, she shared a pic of herself and Future hiking at Runyon Canon in LA. The post Singer Future back with the woman he dumped for Ciara… appeared first on Tinimash News.
  • Senator, his brother & sister arrested for ballot thumb-printing in Imo/

    alex olatunji
    25 Apr 2015 | 3:33 pm
    According to Premium Times, Senator Hope Uzodinma, his elder brother and sister were this afternoon arrested by the police at a private residence in Oru East Local Government area in Imo state for allegedly thumb-printing ballot papers meant for the governorship rerun election holding in the state today April 25th. The state police however released him on personal recognition but detained his family members. Meanwhile 5 INEC staff were also arrested in the same local government as they engaged in mass thumb-printing.k The post Senator, his brother & sister arrested for ballot…
  • Graphic! Man escapes with severe burns at Allen Gas Explosion ,Okota,Lagos

    alex olatunji
    25 Apr 2015 | 9:06 am
    According to twitter user AkoHinDeY ,Allen Gas at Ago Palace Way,Okota, Lagos is on fire and several are feared dead..He says the explosion occurred when the gas was being offloaded..At the moment, no fire service personnel on ground The man above is one of the lucky ones who made it out.. The post Graphic! Man escapes with severe burns at Allen Gas Explosion ,Okota,Lagos appeared first on Tinimash News.
  • 2000 Boko Haram members storm Marte in Borno, capture town

    alex olatunji
    25 Apr 2015 | 9:02 am
    Marte town in Borno state has reportedly been captured by Boko Haram members after about 2,000 of them stormed the town on Thursday April 23rd and engaged Nigerian troops in a gun battle, forcing the troops to flee the town. A resident of the village, Imamu Habib, narrating what happened said; “The terrorists, numbering over 2,000, appeared from various directions on Thursday and engaged the soldiers in Kirenowa town and adjoining communities in Marte. They fought with soldiers over the night and the fight continued today (Friday), forcing hundreds of soldiers to flee” he said.   The…
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  • The Cradle of Mankind Beckons: Lake Turkana Cultural Festival 2015

    Tanya Alvis
    24 Apr 2015 | 7:32 am
    This could be your view at the end of May. This is Lake Turkana, also known as the Jade Sea, and is one of Kenya’s gems in the North of the country. The lake’s shores will be playing host to the Lake Turkana Cultural Festival, being held between the 29th – 31st of May this year. The festival is jam-packed with some incredible cultural activities that will give visitors and guests an insight into the rich cultural heritage of the region. This year’s event is co-organized by the County Government of Marsabit, Local Community Festival Committee, Kenya Tourism Board,…
  • Why Xenophobia Persists in Today’s Modern Africa

    Sasha-Lee Marivel
    24 Apr 2015 | 7:13 am
    It all started with the Zulu’s traditional leader King Goodwill Zwelithini’s mistake – comparing foreigners to lice and telling them to pack up and leave South Africa. King Goodwill What was already an inflammatory remark only served to fuel an existing fire of racism, prejudice, and irrational fear of foreigners. It seems as though, after the long fight Nelson Mandela won for his country to eliminate this exaggerated focus on the classification of people based on race and skin color, people were just waiting for the opportunity to take out their hate through acts of…
  • Empowering Women You May Not Know Who Are Making Musical Statements

    Sasha-Lee Marivel
    23 Apr 2015 | 4:03 am
    The musical industry is an ever evolving world, and this month three interesting female artists have been pushing the boundaries of sound and creating innovative beats that are a must-listen. We start with Nonku Phiri, one of the most distinctive and influential voices on South Africa’s future electronic music landscape. The singer/songwriter often lends her voice to collaborations with a long list of South Africa’s most prominent producers and rappers, including Crazy White Boy, Reason, Tumi, Jack Parow and, most recently, an amazing collaboration with Card On Spokes and…
  • Artist Focus: Naava Grey

    Sasha-Lee Marivel
    23 Apr 2015 | 12:42 am
    Multi-talented Ugandan singer, lyricist and performer Navaa Grey has recently recaptured the media’s attention with a new hit released early November 2014. She’s been on the radar of artists to watch for ever since, so if you haven’t heard of her yet don’t panic. We’re here to cover the essentials for you. Naava Grey’s passion lies within genres such as Ganda Folklore, Rock and RnB. She is also known for creating a neo afro-pop vibe with very distinctive sounds. Most of all she is a very versatile artist and performs in her native language Luganda as well…
  • JOY RIDE // Nigerian Menswear Brand Tzar Creates Geometric Art on Clothing

    Sasha-Lee Marivel
    22 Apr 2015 | 6:48 am
    Nigerian designer Ian Audifferen shows off his love and skill for geometrics and artistic shapes in his newest collection from his Lagos-based brand Tzar entitled, “Joy Ride”. Inspired by the vacation spirit, this new line of t-shirts expresses art on clothing with the pops of color, intricate designs and shapes, and a fine attention to detailing. It is no secret that art and fashion go hand in hand, as potrayed so accurately in the “Joy Ride” collection. “This particular collection was created based on the sights and images encountered on a joy ride while…
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