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  • Namibia votes in first Africa e-poll

    BBC News - Africa
    27 Nov 2014 | 9:33 pm
    Namibians are voting to elect the country's new president and parliament - in what is the first electronic national election in Africa.
  • World Briefing: Sudan: Tribal Clashes Inflict Heavy Toll

    NYT > Africa
    27 Nov 2014 | 7:01 pm
    At least 133 people have been killed and more than 100 wounded in clashes between two groups belonging to an Arab tribe in West Kordofan State, a tribal leader said Thursday.
  • Kenya Art Fair

    Jamati | Africa's Premier Entertainment Portal
    4 Nov 2014 | 8:51 am
    Welcome to the first premier Art Fair in Nairobi. Kenya Art Fair welcomes all artists and art lovers to a 4 day event from 6th- 9th Nov 2014. Kenya Art Fair 2014 The very Frst Kenya Art Fair kicks off with a vibrant showcase of diverse and outstanding works from the leading art galleries, artists, art centers, collectors and emerging artists in Kenya. The fair plays an important role in supporting the growing contemporary arts industry bringing together professionals and new talent, Government representatives and private sector, corporate and media houses, art institutions, collectors,…
  • Chasing the Sun (Tanzania to Zambia)

    White African
    27 Nov 2014 | 10:07 pm
    Catching up on a few updates at once here, you can read about Day 2 of our trip here. It’s 6am in Lusaka, Zambia as I write this. The last two days have been a blur as we covered over 1,700 kilometers from Dodoma to Lusaka in what can only be considered as marathon sessions from sunup to just after sundown. Fortunately, both Tanzania and Zambia have some of the best roads we’ve seen, and the motorcycles and car all behaved well with only one slow puncture the whole way. We took small breaks every 100-200km in order to rest and move around a bit, but we’re still quite sore and ready for…
  • Making Science Education More Practical

    Timbuktu Chronicles
    Emeka Okafor
    26 Nov 2014 | 3:06 pm
    The Gamelian World reports on an initiative to foster "low-cost science practicals, designed and run using very cheap readily available resources.": image courtesy of the GamelianA recent workshop jointly organised by the Greater Accra branch of the Ghana Association of Science Teachers (GAST) and Practical Education Network (PEN) introduced district science coordinators and some selected basic school science teachers to some of these activities. The workshop was facilitated by Heather Beem of PEN and MIT D-Lab, while Saddik Mohammed and colleagues from GAST coordinated the logistics. Thomas…
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  • Kenya Art Fair

    4 Nov 2014 | 8:51 am
    Welcome to the first premier Art Fair in Nairobi. Kenya Art Fair welcomes all artists and art lovers to a 4 day event from 6th- 9th Nov 2014. Kenya Art Fair 2014 The very Frst Kenya Art Fair kicks off with a vibrant showcase of diverse and outstanding works from the leading art galleries, artists, art centers, collectors and emerging artists in Kenya. The fair plays an important role in supporting the growing contemporary arts industry bringing together professionals and new talent, Government representatives and private sector, corporate and media houses, art institutions, collectors,…
  • Chosan speaks out

    10 Oct 2014 | 6:37 am
    Jamati caught up with Chosan, the rapper from Sierra Leone who is featured on Kanye West’s song, ‘Diamonds from Sierra Leone’ and found out what he has been up to. His album, ‘The Beautiful Side of Misery’ is very popular and is quickly establishing him as one of the talented icons in African hip hop circles. Chosan Jamati: The Beautiful Side of Misery is a testimony of your journey to where you are today. What track speaks the most about your experience? Right indeed. “The Beautiful Side Of Misery” is a testimony of my journey, which still has so far to go. I think, in answer…
  • Les Nubians – One Step Forward

    16 Oct 2007 | 6:40 am
    Sisters Helene and Celia Faussart made history when their sophmore release debuts at No. 79 on the Billboard 200. It was the highest release in two decades for a French-language album. Les Nubians It took Helene and Celia five years to release the follow up to their debut album Princesses Nubiennes. The sucess of the album took them around the world. They collaborated with noted vocalists and musicians from all over the globe. The sisters were born in the Bordeaux region of France, but lived for seven years in Chad before returning to France as teenagers. Their father is French and their…
  • Drum Beat with Somi

    16 Oct 2007 | 6:33 am
    Somi brings “Holistic New African Jazz” to jazz lovers worldwide. Somi (Photo: Matthew Furman) Singer/songwriter Somi is one very busy lady. She was born in Illinois to parents from Rwanda and Uganda. She released her debut album Eternal Motive in 2002. She recorded her second album Red Soil In My Eyes at the same time she was earning a Masters degree. Red Soil In My Eyes is a soulful celebration of her Rwandese and Ugandan heritage that fantastically speaks of returning Home. Somi donated 10% of her April album sales to the Rwanda Survivor’s Fund to mark 13 years since the Rwanda…
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    White African

  • Chasing the Sun (Tanzania to Zambia)

    27 Nov 2014 | 10:07 pm
    Catching up on a few updates at once here, you can read about Day 2 of our trip here. It’s 6am in Lusaka, Zambia as I write this. The last two days have been a blur as we covered over 1,700 kilometers from Dodoma to Lusaka in what can only be considered as marathon sessions from sunup to just after sundown. Fortunately, both Tanzania and Zambia have some of the best roads we’ve seen, and the motorcycles and car all behaved well with only one slow puncture the whole way. We took small breaks every 100-200km in order to rest and move around a bit, but we’re still quite sore and ready for…
  • Great roads and a bit of engine trouble (day 1)

    24 Nov 2014 | 11:25 am
    (Cross posted from the BRCK blog) I’m writing this blog post using my Mac, connected to a BRCK which is connected to a satellite internet connection using an Inmarsat iSavi device, somewhere about 100km from Arusha towards Dodoma. Inmarsat gave us this test device, a small unit, made for global travelers, so we could test out what worked and give them feedback on their tools. It also helps us figure out what connecting to the internet looks like when you’re beyond the edge of the mobile phone signal in Africa. Here’s Reg, using his phone to do the same at our campground this evening:…
  • A Journey South

    21 Nov 2014 | 9:29 pm
    Two days from now we begin a BRCK overland expedition to South Africa. Like any of our trips, it is meant to be fun and adventurous, while at the same time giving us the opportunity to stress test our product beyond the norm. In the vein of our past expeditions to Turkana and the Nile, this one is on the edge. We’re taking 3 motorcycles and a Land Rover from Nairobi to Johannesburg in time for Maker Faire Africa on Dec 3-6. As usual, we’ll have a couple guests, or “shotgun riders” as we call them: On the way south: Juliana Rotich (Ushahidi, iHub, BRCK), and Mark Kamau…
  • Getting Gear for Gearbox

    18 Oct 2014 | 7:50 am
    Perhaps one of the longest projects to come to fruition for me has been Gearbox. Over three years ago, a couple of us started talking about the need for a makerspace in Nairobi, which turned up a notch to something more like a rapid protoyping and light manufacturing facility. We see Gearbox as the on-ramp for more industrial manufacturing to happen in Kenya. We were thinking of two types of users. First, somewhere that the rapidly growing community around robotics and electronics at the iHub could use. Second, something that was a step beyond a the FabLab at the University of Nairobi, so…
  • Sendy: Digitizing Motorcycle Deliveries

    22 Sep 2014 | 10:18 pm
    Motorcycle couriers in Timau, Kenya This year at Pivot East I had my first look at Sendy, which does for motorcycle courier deliveries and customers in Nairobi, what Uber did for taxis and passengers in San Francisco. At its heart, Sendy is about bringing the vast and growing motorcycle courier and delivery network in Africa into the digital and networked world. Motorcycles in downtown Monrovia, LiberiaThis is a big deal, because those of us who live in large African cities know just how inefficient driving a car around the traffic-plagued metropolises can be. With the bad roads, traffic and…
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    Timbuktu Chronicles

  • Making Science Education More Practical

    Emeka Okafor
    26 Nov 2014 | 3:06 pm
    The Gamelian World reports on an initiative to foster "low-cost science practicals, designed and run using very cheap readily available resources.": image courtesy of the GamelianA recent workshop jointly organised by the Greater Accra branch of the Ghana Association of Science Teachers (GAST) and Practical Education Network (PEN) introduced district science coordinators and some selected basic school science teachers to some of these activities. The workshop was facilitated by Heather Beem of PEN and MIT D-Lab, while Saddik Mohammed and colleagues from GAST coordinated the logistics. Thomas…
  • Building Mini-Kilns in Agbogbloshie

    Emeka Okafor
    22 Nov 2014 | 5:31 am
    From Qamp: Plastics constitute a significant portion of the Agbogbloshie waste stream, moving through stages of collection, sorting (by type and colour), cleaning, shredding and even in some cases molding into pellets. (See Plastics blog post). With at least 7 micro-factories by our count, Agbogbloshie is a key part of the plastic recycling industry in Ghana, and integrally interconnected with both local and global production cycles. To date, the failure of Agbogbloshie’s industrial ecosystem to add value to plastic material recycled on-site is a lost opportunity for local manufacturing.
  • Building Robots – and Confidence

    Emeka Okafor
    22 Nov 2014 | 5:05 am
    From UNICEF:Among the children of Mountain View, near Kingston, Jamaica, Marvin Hall is something of a hero. Hall, a former math teacher, holds a workshop called ‘Lego Yuh Mind’, in which young people playfully explore ideas in science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics. Working and communicating with each other, the children build robots from LEGO – and along the way, they develop other valuable skills.
  • Victronix | A Custom Hardware Startup in Tanzania

    Emeka Okafor
    14 Nov 2014 | 3:58 am
    In the spirit of First Atlantic Semiconductors. Victor Augustine's company, among other things  Victronix has developed Tanzania‬'s version of Arduino, the Bonguino: A Tanzanian startup hardware house. Its target markets include small processing machine manufactures, students, and hobbyists.Its services include: Custom Electronics DevelopmentFrom idea to prototypeHardware & Embedded Systems DevelopmentCircuit design, PCB design, and assembly, Specific function modules, GSM/GPRS/GPS shields, MCU & µP Shields. ‪In the words of the founder: My company is called Victronix I…
  • Incubation at Wɔɛlab - Collaborative Autonomous Base

    Emeka Okafor
    13 Nov 2014 | 9:22 am
    A broadening trend, the evolution of Maker/Hackerspaces into incubators of enterprise.This is being achieved while they still retain the distinct qualities of open inquiry and cross pollination. Startup Brics in conversation with founder Sename Koffi reports on their unfolding story: image courtesy of StartupBricsvia Google Translate Two years later, what were your major accomplishments, and where are you now? What are your next projects? Loose hardware side first, there is of course our draft 3D printer made ​​of electronic waste around which we are launching a series of research…
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    ... My heart’s in Accra

  • Pixação, or why São Paulo looks like a death metal album cover

    24 Nov 2014 | 3:48 pm
    One of the first things I noticed about Sao Paulo was the graffiti. It’s everywhere, and it’s stylistically very striking – angular, highly stylized letters on walls, buildings, overpasses. It’s clear that it’s writing, not just glyphs, yet it’s difficult to parse the characters. When I try to decipher it, I feel as lost as I do trying to understand spoken Portuguese: it’s clear someone is communicating with me, and while I’m on the verge of understanding, I clearly don’t understand. It took less than 15 seconds with Google to learn that…
  • Partners In Health at the MIT Media Lab – design challenges around Ebola

    20 Nov 2014 | 4:04 pm
    Today’s Media Lab Conversations involves Ophelia Dahl and Dr. Megan Murray from Partners in Health with Joi Ito and David Sengeh from the Media Lab. The topic is understanding Ebola, and we’re learning about the disease to see if there’s anything the Media Lab can do to help organizations like Partners in Health combat the spread of the disease. Ophelia Dahl, the executive director, of Partners in Health begins by noting that when she began her work in Haiti decades ago, audiences were less welcoming and receptive to these issues. With Paul Farmer, the organization was…
  • “Watching Me Watching You” – Hasan Elahi and Josh Begley on the imagery of surveillance

    20 Nov 2014 | 9:10 am
    I admire much of the work Open Society Foundation does (a good thing, as I’m a board member), but I have a special soft spot in my heart for the Moving Walls program. Since 1998, OSF’s Documentary Photography program has featured exhibitions of documentary photography about human rights and social issues, choosing new artists to feature every 6-7 months through an open call process. The exhibitions provide support for documentary photographers, and inspiration and insight for the staff and visitors who see the images. The most recent show features ten visual artists reflecting on…
  • Sasha Costanza Chock on Immigrant Rights and Transmedia Organizing

    6 Nov 2014 | 3:43 pm
    Today’s Comparative Media Studies colloquium features one of our own, Assistant Professor of Civic Media, Sasha Costanza-Chock. His new book, “Out of the Shadows, Into the Streets!” explores the world of transmedia organizing and the immigrant rights movement. His talk tonight focuses on his background in media making, activism and scholarship, before zooming into the immigrants rights movement specifically, and one aspect of his work, the professionalization and accountability of social movements Sasha’s background is in the world of independent media, including production of movies…
  • Helen Nissenbaum on Ad Nauseum, resistance through obfuscation, and weapons of the weak

    6 Oct 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Philosopher Helen Nissenbaum is one of the leading thinkers about the ethical issues we face in digital spaces. Her work on privacy as “contextual integrity” is one of the most tools for understanding why some online actions taken by companies and individuals feel deeply transgressive while others seem normal – we expect online systems to respect norms of privacy appropriate for the context we are interacting in, and we are often surprised and dismayed when those norms are violated. At least as fascinating, for me at least, Nissenbaum doesn’t just write books and…
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  • 名刺・チラシ印刷 「アスクル」

    6 Nov 2014 | 6:22 pm
    名刺や封筒などの印刷物から印鑑などの製作も行なっている会社です。 常にリーズナブルな価格なだけではなく、頻繁に10%キャンペーンなどを開催しているのでよりお得に頼む事が出来ます。 オフセット印刷の名刺やチラシで品質も高品質なのが嬉しいですね。 100種類以上もあるテンプレートデザインから自由に選べるのも特徴。…
  • 名刺・チラシ印刷 「マットアートグロス」

    7 Oct 2014 | 8:00 pm
    コストダウンしつつ、スピーディーな印刷を頼みたいという方におすすめの印刷会社です。 名刺の他にもハガキやステッカー、封筒、チラシ等の印刷物全般を格安で取扱っているのがポイント。 様々なニーズに対応してくれる種類の豊富さが人気となっています。 印刷機は常に最新の物を取り揃えており、価格以上の品質で提供してくれるのが嬉しいですね。…
  • 名刺・チラシ印刷 「十八番プリント」

    2 Oct 2014 | 12:23 am
    安さを第一に考えている人にぴったりの印刷会社です! デザイン等にこだわらずに必要な情報だけ伝えられればいい、という人なら名刺の印刷が100枚180円から行なえる激安さがポイント。 安いだけではなく、スピード対応してくれるから急いでいる人にもおすすめです。 平日の午前中に完全データ入稿を行なえば翌日発送が可能となっています。 必要な分を必要なだけ印刷してもらえるので無駄にする事も無いのが嬉しいですね。…
  • 名刺・チラシ印刷 「メガプリント」

    24 Sep 2014 | 11:45 pm
    サービス形態を全てインターネット上で行なう事で、低価格を実現している会社です。 ネット上での注文だから自分の都合に合わせていつでも注文が出来るのが魅力的! 初めてでも注文しやすい様に工夫されているので、ネット注文に慣れていない方でも安心です。 マイページ上では進行状態が確認でき、請求書の発行等を含めた注文管理も可能となっています。 印刷はハイクオリティオフセット印刷で鮮やかな彩りを実現。…
  • 名刺・チラシ印刷 「激安名刺ドットコム」

    17 Sep 2014 | 7:22 pm
    イラストレーターデータ入稿専門店で、最短当日発送のスピーディな対応が魅力的な会社です。 データ入稿はWeb上で簡単に出来るから簡単に注文出来るのがポイント。 最新のオンデマンド印刷機を使用していて、高品質で格安の名刺を提供してくれます! 好みに合わせて用紙も5種類から選べるのが特徴。 サンプルの請求も出来るので実際に目で見て選べるのも嬉しいですね。…
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  • Why Entrepreneurs Need To Understand Accounting

    Staff Reporter
    27 Nov 2014 | 12:13 am
    Entrepreneurs who don’t understand basic accounting concepts are setting themselves up for unnecessary stress and failure, says Peter Frampton of Color Accounting International; but, he adds, the good news is that everyone can learn the basic skills they need. “Business owners often tell us they’re slightly intimidated when meeting their accountants,” says Frampton. “They end up saying nothing more than ‘tell me where to sign’ so they can get out as quickly as possible. But with just one day’s training, entrepreneurs can improve their accounting skills to the point where that…
  • #START Young: The Case For Youth Entrepreneurship

    Wesley Diphoko
    25 Nov 2014 | 12:33 am
    There was once a period when it was possible to work for a single company for the rest of your career life. This period I call it “Job For Life Era”. This life started just after  leaving varsity and ended with your retirement. Those were the days when the big  company took care of its people. Those days are behind us as no one is now safe from loosing a job.  Your education is no longer enough to secure your job for life. The youth today have no choice but to seriously consider entrepreneurship as a career option. Youth can no longer hide behind the theory that “Not Everyone Is…
  • #GoMetro Gets International Recognition With MEF 2014 Award

    Staff Reporter
    20 Nov 2014 | 6:04 am
    GoMetro team just won the MEF 2014 award for Innovation in a Growth Market in San Francisco! A Global recognition for a South African startup. MEF is the global trade association for companies wishing to monetize their products & services via mobile. Headquartered in London with operational chapters and offices in Asia, EMEA, Latin America, Middle East, Africa and North America, MEF is a member network with international reach and strong local representation; ideally placed to drive market growth. Established in 2000, MEF represents the total mobile ecosystem providing an impartial and…
  • 7 (Tech) Tools To #START A Business With Almost Nothing

    Wesley Diphoko
    20 Nov 2014 | 1:00 am
    20 years ago, if you wanted to START a business you had to invest in property or equipment which required a huge startup capital. Thanks to the internet nowadays you can start a business with almost nothing. The internet is making it possible for someone with an idea and the will to make it a reality to #START. The following 7 free tech tools can assist you to do the same and start with nothing: 1.Yola Yola is a website builder and website hosting platform with which you can establish the presence of your business online.Yola is free and easy to use. Basically, if you can type and post a…
  • Joléne Wins Coveted SACCI 2014 “Woman in Business Award”

    Staff Reporter
    18 Nov 2014 | 5:23 am
     “Men at work, women in the kitchen” Say WHAT?  Fast forwarding to the 21st century….  Driven and completely committed to impacting the world in a positive manner, 32year old Joléne Leeuwner-Maritz, a passionate and vibrant individual, was recently the recipient of the notably prestigious “Woman in Business Award” (SACCI 2014), presented by the South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry.  With a firm belief in gender equality, this award is proof of Joléne’s hard work and ability to weather not only the inevitable storms faced with being an Entrepreneur, but also the…
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  • The Measure Of Character In The Information Age

    18 Nov 2014 | 4:45 am
    Just over two years ago Don Packett from 21Tanks gave me the opportunity to write a page for their free Do Ideas ebook, a collection of anecdotes and philosophies on how to move from having ideas to doing ideas and a fantastic read that I highly recommend to all my clients, colleagues and friends (despite my relatively average contribution in said publication). In that ebook Anthony Nathan, chairman of Sovereign Universe, begins his contribution with the following thought: Reputations are made by what we have “done”, not what we’re “going to do”. This reinforces…
  • What POPI Means For Social Media Marketers

    4 Nov 2014 | 3:09 am
    With Y2K bug-level fervour, murmurs around POPI, the impending Protection of Personal Information Act, pepper board room conversations. In consultation with brands I am asked weekly what this new legislation will mean for marketers and more specifically, for marketers in social media channels. So what is POPI exactly? In 2009 the South African government first tabled the Protection of Personal Information (POPI) bill in Parliament. The intention of the bill was to further protect an individual’s personal information from misuse by companies. So basically, the anti-SPAM brigade.  …
  • #BrandSchizo – My Book Is Out! (And Free Stuff)

    15 Aug 2014 | 2:26 am
    I’m thrilled to announce that my book, #BrandSchizo, is finally out in print! I have been talking about brand schizophrenia for some time now and worked with the wonderful Amy Heydenrych to compile those blog posts, talks and interviews into a coherent single work that we published with the help of Jacana Media and the design team of Chanel and Tanya at Cerebra. The book addresses my assertion that the risk in the gap between what brands promise in social media and what the businesses behind those brands deliver in actuality is greater than having no social media brand presence…
  • 5 Things I Learned When I Lost My Desk

    31 Jul 2014 | 5:03 am
    I haven’t had a desk at Cerebra for just over 5 months now. Cerebra’s offices have a very open plan design to start with and Craig and I deliberately resisted the temptation of closed off offices (more about that here). I had, without much intention, occupied a desk in the far corner of the office behind the kitchen that gave me a good view of goings on until I was unceremoniously relegated from that spot to make way for finance staff who work closely with Craig. No biggie, right? Instead of simply moving into another desk on a permanent basis I decided to occupy open desks as…
  • The Customer Always Comes Second

    7 Jul 2014 | 2:00 pm
    “The shoemaker’s children are poorly shod.” One of the toughest and arguably most important lessons of the entrepreneurial journey – especially for those of us running agency businesses – is prioritising the needs of our own companies over those of our clients. I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve had friends who run web developments companies complain about how crappy their own website is. Or consulting firms lamenting their own internal brokenness. Or financial services businesses whose own employees bank with competitors. At Cerebra we…
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  • The Three Best Pitches from Diaspora Demo Day

    Jon Gosier
    27 Nov 2014 | 9:22 am
    This past weekend I attended Diaspora Demo Day, the inaugural startup competition organized by the people at TipHub and held at the World Bank in Washington, D.C.. The day was not without its hiccups but for a first-time event really exceeded my expectations. As the name implies, Diaspora Demo Day is an event where the best companies founded by Africans or targeting Africa are invited to pitch their concepts to an audience of attendees and esteemed judges (which included myself). Oddly, the judges didn’t judge anything, the audience choose the ‘winners’, we were there just…
  • Ebola Deeply and International Rescue Committee Press Conference at the State Department

    Jon Gosier
    8 Nov 2014 | 6:34 am
    Yesterday in New York I was invited by the U.S. Department of State to discuss my work as a member of the team behind Ebola Deeply. My co-panelist was Nicole Walden of the International Rescue Committee in Liberia, an organization that has been based in-country for years, well before the current outbreak. It was interesting to hear her perspective, as she’s witnessed what was already a bad situation in Liberia (post-civil-war country with poor infrastructure and low-education) go from bad to worse. The presence of Ebola has hat several net affects, not the least of which is the fact…
  • Welcoming YALI Fellow and Tech Entrepreneur Ethel Cofie

    Jon Gosier
    21 Aug 2014 | 1:33 pm
    Over the past few weeks it has been an absolute pleasure getting to know Ethel Cofie a socially minded programmer, serial entrepreneur, and YALI/Washington Fellowship Fellow. She will be temporarily working with us with us from August to September. I met Ethel a few weeks ago when I was invited to speak at Yale to address the Mandela Washington Fellowship YALI Fellows. They asked me to talk about my own personal journey from starting Appfrica in 2008 to what I’m doing now across various ventures and projects. When asked to go deeper about what we actually do here at Appfrica, rather…
  • What Tech Hubs Are Getting Wrong in Africa (and How to Fix It)

    Jon Gosier
    13 Aug 2014 | 2:08 pm
    In a post about Africa’s growing tech hub community, researcher Dan Evans (whose work we’ve covered previously), writes: “Based on the maturity and business viability of many of the small tech firms that we have met with over our data collection visits, and the modification of many incubators’ business models, we completely understand the thought-process behind this “pivot” in strategy. For example hubs that we have previously visited like iceaddis and iLab in Liberia, andHiveColab in Uganda have all scaled back their original lofty aspirations. These hubs originally…
  • Investments in African Entrepreneurs: Managing Risk and Failure

    Jon Gosier
    11 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Slides from my talk at Yale University to current Fellows of the White House’s Young African Leaders Initiative.
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    Emergent Africa

  • Ake Festival

    27 Nov 2014 | 8:39 pm
    Recently concluded: The theme of the 2014 Ake Arts and Book Festival is Bridges and Pathways. Discussions this year will focus on building bridges between African peoples, especially along language, ethnic and gender lines, and charting new paths with the aim of creating synergy and cultural cross fertilization on the African continent.
  • Revisiting the Dependency Syndrome

    27 Nov 2014 | 2:26 pm
    At the Mail & Guardian's African Truth dialogue series: image courtesy of WikipediaAfrica's failure to stand up for itself leads rest of world to despise it and its people - Graca Machelimage courtesy of Seplat petroleumAfrica can’t be at the big table if we are still children, and every time we have a challenge we go out and beg as if we haven’t grown up - Charles OkeahalamMore here
  • Jazz in Addis

    22 Nov 2014 | 3:52 pm
    Rachel P. Doyle in the NYTimes: On a recent Sunday evening, a stylish audience in their 20s packed Mama’s Kitchen, a wood-and-glass lounge on the fourth floor of an otherwise closed shopping center near the Bole International Airport in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s capital. They were there to hear an adventurous young pianist, Samuel Yirga, as he careened between free jazz, études, R&B and the popular local style known as Ethio-jazz, a bewitching genre that fuses jazz with traditional Ethiopian musicAn emergent scene:...Mama’s Kitchen is one of several venues featuring different jazz…
  • Navigating the Science of Eating 'Healthy' in the Western Hemisphere

    15 Nov 2014 | 6:28 am
    via Dara Rain in Medium: I wondered, “wasn’t food supposed to be, by definition, healthy? If the ‘food’ wasn’t healthy then why call it food?”image of "Real Egusi Soup" courtesy of Kitchen Butterfly...To navigate this western food wilderness, my rules are simple. First, I buy produce anywhere but the grocery store (preferably farms where I know the pesticides used, this also means full-fat milk, yogurt, and cheese) and I grow the bulk of my tomatoes. Secondly, I hardly ever get anything that comes in a jar, box, or can (this might be hard for Westerners to imagine or even try, but…
  • Burkina and Africa's "Winner Takes All" Problem

    15 Nov 2014 | 2:43 am
    Pierre Englebert in the NYTimes: The larger issue in Burkina Faso, as elsewhere in Africa, is that formally democratic rules can easily be applied to perpetuate the authoritarian domination of a ruling clique. People might vote and parliament might convene, follow procedure and pass laws, but it is a largely hidden network of patronage alliances and security agencies that actually rules. This system excludes large segments of society from the benefits of genuine representation and produces vast inequalities mediated though access to state resources and offices. It breeds grievances,…
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  • Kenya Art Fair

    4 Nov 2014 | 8:51 am
    Welcome to the first premier Art Fair in Nairobi. Kenya Art Fair welcomes all artists and art lovers to a 4 day event from 6th- 9th Nov 2014. Kenya Art Fair 2014 The very Frst Kenya Art Fair kicks off with a vibrant showcase of diverse and outstanding works from the leading art galleries, artists, art centers, collectors and emerging artists in Kenya. The fair plays an important role in supporting the growing contemporary arts industry bringing together professionals and new talent, Government representatives and private sector, corporate and media houses, art institutions, collectors,…
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    Blomerus Missions

  • Caught on Camera

    De Wet and Marysol
    13 Nov 2014 | 12:32 am
    This morning we walked into our office/classroom to realize we had no running water. The pipes had be stolen from the outside of the building. Pipe and cable theft is unfortunately common. We reviewed our video feed from outside the door and saw the guy, clearly dodging the camera. Thankfully nothing else was stolen and we can see from the footage there was no attempt to break into our office. We breathed a sigh of relief when watching it this morning. We want to take a moment and thank all of you who gave generously to help us recover from our devastating break in last year. You gave enough…
  • South African Snapshot: Don’t-Look-Down

    De Wet and Marysol
    11 Nov 2014 | 9:18 am
    Taking a knife to a keyboard: this is just one hack we come up with to get our men through essentially “tech bootcamp”. Touch typing is a skill that can be learned in a few weeks, and is important for their speed and efficiency especially since their learning curve is steep. De Wet starts them on it by first scratching off the home row, where their fingers should always be. Eventually all the alphabet will go. We know we are sending them into a very competitive market and they are defying the deck that was initially stacked against them. Its one of the many little adjustments we…
  • South African Snapshot: At-Work

    De Wet and Marysol
    28 Oct 2014 | 6:42 am
    We’ve shared with you a strategy we are really excited about. Addressing a gap in the education crisis of this nation and creating a hands-on learning projects for our men to practice their skills. Here they are hard at work introducing kids a local primary school to the content available through the Khan Academy servers they installed themselves! It was a two day project. Its important our young men aren’t just the recipients of free training, but that they see the skills they are gaining as part of the solution to the problems in our communities. At this school we didn’t…
  • South African Snapshot: Alain

    De Wet and Marysol
    18 Oct 2014 | 3:36 am
    Meet Alain. He is Congolese and married to a South African. He now calls South Africa home. When we first met Alain, we almost dismissed his application because he was a bit older than our original criteria. Sometimes you have to make exceptions. Upon meeting him, we both knew he was someone critical to the long term story of Together Tech. He is a community leader running a feeding program. An active pastor while doing our apprenticeship. Father of two girls. He says, “these skills are needed in my community”. He walks with an authority that is looking at the bigger picture of…
  • September 2014 Newsletter

    De Wet and Marysol
    1 Oct 2014 | 7:39 am
    So much going on and its exciting! 2 pages, a quick read to honor your time. De Wet & Marysol. Related posts: March 2014 Newsletter Our December 2013 Newsletter September 2010 News
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  • Ignite Ideas: Aspiring Entrepreneurs to Get ₦100,000 each

    26 Nov 2014 | 1:07 pm
    Nigeria is blessed with great people, Highly talented, hard-working and smart people with great business ideas. However, very little has been done to ensure the ideas materialize because of lack of funds. One of the problems militating against the materialization of business ideas from the budding e... Continue reading Ignite Ideas: Aspiring Entrepreneurs to Get ₦100,000 each for more
  • End Ebola Now!

    26 Nov 2014 | 8:27 am
    Ebola is devastating parts of West Africa. And every day we continue to wait – for funding to reach the ground, for nurses and doctors to be deployed, for the shattered medical services to be rebuilt – more people die. Tell our leaders it’s time to act. This won’t wait. African leaders n... Continue reading End Ebola Now! for more
  • Kaduna State Residents experience Severe Water Scarcity

    26 Nov 2014 | 8:13 am
    Residents of Kaduna State have been placed under untold hardship following a severe water scarcity that hits the State metropolis and suburbs. The communities within the state metropolis such as Hayin Danmani, Television, Kabala West, Sabon-Tasha, Barnawa, Kakuri, Angwan Boro, Angwan Pama, Angwan Ro... Continue reading Kaduna State Residents experience Severe Water Scarcity for more
  • 12 Highest-Paying Programming Languages

    21 Nov 2014 | 7:19 am
    Computer programming has quickly become one of the most lucrative industries in the US. The average salary for a computer programmer just hit an all-time high as it approaches $100,000. But there are some languages and skill sets that are more valuable than others, and Quartz has compiled some data ... Continue reading 12 Highest-Paying Programming Languages for more
  • Water Hero: App for Water Saving in the US

    19 Nov 2014 | 8:33 am
    At a time of unprecedented drought in large parts of the U.S., it’s surprising how much water we still waste. The Environmental Protection Agency says the average home loses 10,000 gallons per year and that 10% of homes lose 90 gallons a day, or more than 30,000 gallons a year. Most people hav... Continue reading Water Hero: App for Water Saving in the US for more
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  • Lantern – Free Data Forever… from Space

    Rafiq Phillips
    25 Nov 2014 | 8:20 am
    This must be the best thing to happen to education since, well since forever. One laptop per child couldn’t come close to Lantern. With almost everyone in Africa having access to a mobile phone and soon smart mobile devices with Wifi. This could unlock a huge amount of potential for the continent. I first found out about this via one of the TED Fellows. Imagine having access to all the wwworld’s information & education from space for free. The folks at Lantern want to make it a reality and you can back this project on indiegogo. They’ve already reached $200,000 in…
  • How To Stream Your Favourite Live Sports for Free Online

    Rafiq Phillips
    23 Nov 2014 | 6:37 am
    Has there ever been a time when you’ve found yourself somewhere in the wwworld outside the South African time one and your favourite live sports was being played but the country you’re in doesn’t show cricket, rugby or even tennis? You think to yourself, “I’ve got a account with my PVR I can just log in and watch the game there.” You battle to get good speeds on the hotel wifi and have to end up plugging in your network cable and sitting at the little desk in your room. It’s 3am in the country you’re visiting but you wide awake…
  • Mapping the Cape Town Start-Up Economy

    Rafiq Phillips
    19 Nov 2014 | 4:34 am
    Get your Cape Town startup listed on the map for free Many Cape Town Startups have come an gone over the years. Some sold while others folded or flipped. One thing is for sure: Cape Town is the Startup captial of South Africa. A recent project brought to us by the local media Goliath (the same people who are sponsoring this post) is MappedinCT. Mapped In Cape Town is a visual snapshot of the Cape Town startup ecosystem. It follows the law of density: the denser the map, the better the ecosystem. Add your company. Make connections. Grow the ecosystem. Currently the startup map of Cape…
  • Psychology & Money with Christo Davel #my22seven

    Rafiq Phillips
    18 Nov 2014 | 2:37 am
    22seven CEO picking lessons from the past, juggling it in the present and leading into the fututre. Last Friday I was lucky enough to be invited to attend an intro session to the finance app for humans by 22seven. They’re a mobile first company so you can do everything important from signing up to adding bank accounts on the iOS and Google Android apps. I installed and signed up while the CEO was telling the story of his past, 22seven’s present and future. He also touched on how human psychology and money collide (more in the video below). 5 things you can do with 22seven: Find…
  • Stick It to Your Selfies

    Rafiq Phillips
    17 Nov 2014 | 2:11 am
    The selfie phenomenon has just been upgraded with the introduction of Selfie Stick to the South African market by Selfie Sticks South Africa. What exactly is a Selfie Stick you may be wondering. Simply put, it’s an extendable Monopod, think one leg of a tripod camera stand with a clasp for you smart phone. The second part of the device is a bluetooth shutter remote for you to take take the selfie without being able to reach your camera which is now your arm length + 1.1m away. You are now able to capture a pic of yourself and the surrounding background with much more control. Maybe…
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    The Gamelian World

  • 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…
  • Celebrating the Heroes of Youth Entrepreneurship at BarCamp Kumasi 2014 #bcksi

    31 Oct 2014 | 9:01 am
    If you're around Kumasi this weekend, please join GhanaThink and its partners for the fifth BarCamp Kumasi at KNUST. Find more details and info on how to register on the poster below.BarCamp Kumasi 2014 is the 38th barcamp to be held in Ghana #bcksiWant to know more? Read this blog post by MIghTy African. Follow @gamelmag on Twitter.
  • BarCamp Ho and the Quest for Scientific and Entrepreneurial Thinking in Ghana #bcho

    29 Oct 2014 | 6:38 am
    Mentoring session ongoing at BarCamp Ho 2014Last Saturday, 25th October, I joined other change makers at the University of Health and Allied Sciences for the fourth BarCamp Ho. This was my first barcamp in over a year, so I was really excited to have been part of the event. Here are Storify highlights of what transpired. [View the story "Recapping BarCamp Ho 2014 via Tweets #bcho" on Storify]After an initial hesitation, I accepted to 'mentor' some attendees (many of them university or senior high school students) on "education and research", drawing on experiences in science education…
  • Discussing Entrepreneurial Education and Remembering Eli Aidam at BarCamp Ho 2014

    20 Oct 2014 | 5:56 pm
    I've not written any posts on this blog or elsewhere online in a while because I was busy with the dissertation phase of my masters degree. I learnt a lot over the past year, especially from working on my final project. I am thankful for successfully completing the course.    BarCamp Ho 2014 is upon us; this is Volta region's fourth barcamp since the first event in 2011. Find details about this year's event in the flyer below. We're dedicating this year's barcamp to the memory of Eli Aidam, our colleague from GhanaThink who tragically passed on earlier this year. Eli…
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    The Nahmias Cipher Report

  • Racism Remains in Post-Apartheid South Africa

    Chrycka Harper
    25 Nov 2014 | 7:49 pm
    Chrycka Harper, Poet & Literary Critic Last Modified: 22:48 p.m. DST, 25 November 2014 SOUTH AFRICA – The World Hates me Because I am Black… Thus I will Love the World Because I am Black. I will always remember this moment: my mom and little brother coming into the house with mail. She hands me […]
  • Saudi Arabia Grapples with Women’s Right to Drive Within Existing Restrictions

    Rocio Flores
    13 Nov 2014 | 12:41 pm
    Rocío Flores, Associate Editor Last Modified: 15:40 p.m. DST, 13 November 2014 SAUDI ARABIA – A common Western activity such as driving has been an issue for women in Saudi Arabia for ages. Although women over thirty have been allowed to drive, this right has been curtailed by the stringent restriction to which they are […]
  • Human Trials to Test Ebola Vaccine Begin

    Sarah Jakubowski
    5 Nov 2014 | 8:31 pm
    Sarah Joanne Jakubowski, Contributing Journalist Last Modified: 23:31 p.m. DST, 05 November 2014 WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Institute of Health (NIH) has received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to begin human testing of a new Ebola vaccine. This will be welcome news for the millions of Americans who now face […]
  • Rwanda’s Leading Murderer

    Jessamy Nichols
    25 Oct 2014 | 10:38 pm
    Jessamy Nichols, Africa Correspondent Last Modified: 01:40 a.m. EST, 26 October 2014 KIGALI, Rwanda – Ever since the 1994 Rwandan genocide, the international community has been slow to criticize Rwanda’s new government and slow to intervene in matters there. This hesitancy to get involved is rooted back to their fear of being to blame for […]
  • Islamic New Year 2014 | The Prophet and Kaaba

    Sarah Jakubowski
    24 Oct 2014 | 1:50 pm
    Sarah Joanne Jakubowski, Contributing Journalist Last Modified: 16:52 p.m. DST, 24 October 2014 This year, the new Islamic New Year fell on October 24. The date will mark the anniversary of the Prophet Muhammad’s journey from Mecca to Medina in year 622. He led his followers over 200 miles across barren desert to escape persecution. […]
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    Indepth Africa

  • Dear LIB readers: I slept with a married woman

    27 Nov 2014 | 5:44 pm
    From a male LIB reader About a year and half ago, I gave a lift to a woman and it happened that she stayed two streets before mine. After a chat in the car I discovered she was married and has 3 kids. I also told her I was married with a child.  We got […]
  • Parliament diary: The circus leaves town

    27 Nov 2014 | 3:45 pm
    On Tuesday, EFF leadership had warned that there would be “blood on the floor” during Thursday’s National Assembly session. Normally that’s a hyperbolic metaphor, but the way Parliament’s been going, you can never be too sure. The reason why the session was set to be particularly contentious: the vote on the Power and Privileges Committee […]
  • TF? Have you guys seen the flying black horse in Saudi Arabia?

    27 Nov 2014 | 3:35 pm
    Is this a hoax or for real? This is some scary stuff. A black horse was filmed flying in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Watch the eerie video after the cut and tell us what you think happened here. Please don’t tell me that’s a real horse flying…
  • Home-grown corruption is killing Africa’s rhinos and elephants

    27 Nov 2014 | 3:31 pm
    While the crisis is complex, with root causes in chronic poverty, the absence of sustainable economic alternatives and a burgeoning demand for wildlife products like ivory and rhino horn, the wheels of this multi-billion dollar industry are liberally greased by bribery and corruption at all levels of government in several African countries. Even a cursory […]
  • The real question, Mr President, is WHY is the ANC in trouble?

    27 Nov 2014 | 2:59 pm
    Thursday was the last day the National Assembly convened for 2014 – a special sitting to deal with unfinished business for the year. Again the House was bogged down with crossfire between the ANC and opposition parties, this time over the Powers and Privileges Committee report recommending the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) suspension without pay. […]
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    Newstime Africa

  • Support for Ferguson protesters spread around the world

    Ilgin Karlidag
    27 Nov 2014 | 6:11 am
    BRUSSELS (AA) – It appears the Ferguson protesters are not alone. Hundreds of people in central London took the streets on Wednesday... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Lack of funds foil presidency bids by Ugandan women: Ex-candidate

    Halima Athumani
    27 Nov 2014 | 5:19 am
    KAMPALA (AA) – Former female presidential candidate Betty Olive Kamya believes that a lack of funding constitutes the main obstacle... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Tanzania PM asked to resign over escrow account scandal

    Mohamed Sabry Emam
    27 Nov 2014 | 4:18 am
    ARUSHA (AA) – A report by a Tanzanian parliamentary committee has called on Prime Minister Mizengo Pinda to resign over... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • New Ebola hospital caters to Liberian health workers

    Evelyn Kpadeh
    26 Nov 2014 | 5:10 am
    MONROVIA (AA) – Liberian healthcare workers see the newly built, 25-bed Ebola hospital – entirely dedicated to treating infected medics... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
  • Zambia opposition vows to win looming presidential vote

    Francis Maingaila
    26 Nov 2014 | 5:04 am
    LUSAKA (AA) – Five opposition parties have vowed to challenge the ruling Patriotic Front (PF) in Zambia’s upcoming presidential election... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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    Livity Africa

  • Youth journalists report Live From Parliament

    19 Nov 2014 | 11:18 pm
    This month young journalists have begun reporting Live from Parliament in Cape Town as part of a new initiative led by youth platform Live SA, the Parliamentary Monitoring Group and Indigo Trust. Live SA journalists and photographers will be casting a youth lens on parliamentary committees, policy-making and MPs as part of a wider campaign of engaging young people in the democratic process. Rofhiwa Maneta (23) is one of the young journalists reporting Live from Parliament. “I am really excited to be reporting the real truth about what happens in Parliament and how it affects young people.
  • VIP Debate Club kicks off in Johannesburg

    20 Oct 2014 | 2:12 am
    Our successful VIP Campaign, which encourages youth democratic participation, continues with the introduction of the VIP Debate Club. The monthly Braamfontein event brings together young people to debate the most youth-specific political topics of the day. Our next debate is 28 October. The VIP Campaign is supported by Omidyar Network. The VIP Debate Club is a regular open event at which young people are invited to discuss and debate some of the most pertinent youth-specific political topics of the day in a relaxed space over a drink. Facilitated by young social commentators and influencers,…
  • Digify featured on ENCA’s Tech Report

    20 Oct 2014 | 2:02 am
    Our great new digital bootcamp, Digify, was recently featured on ENCA’s Tech Report. Watch it now…. Digify is brought to you by Livity Africa in association with Google and IAB SA. It’s an innovative training journey aiming to create the next generation of job-ready digital upstarts. It gives 18-25 year olds a no cost opportunity to undertake a three month digital skills training programme. As well as gaining broad and wide-ranging practical skills with digital campaigns, social media and content creation, we are taking the trainees through key Google modules including Search,…
  • Digital Edge 2014

    20 Oct 2014 | 1:53 am
    Last month our founder Gavin Weale joined an illustrious group of speakers at South Africa’s biggest digital marketing conference, Digital Edge 2014. Check out the insight at #digitaledge2014 around the theme “Go Do Good”. This is what @gavinweale had to say… “Doing good should not be celebrated. It is the way we all should be doing business.”
  • 67 minutes writing stories to improve South African literacy

    18 Jul 2014 | 2:01 am
    Today our Digify and Live SA teams will be spending 67 minutes on Mandela Day writing stories for writing app bookly which aims to improve literacy in South Africa. According to the 2012 General Household Survey (GHS) conducted by Statistics South Africa over 7% of South Africans are illiterate. Nelson Mandela International Day was launched in recognition of Nelson Mandela’s birthday on 18 July, 2009 via unanimous decision of the UN General Assembly. It was inspired by a call Nelson Mandela made a year earlier, for the next generation to take on the burden of leadership in addressing the…
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    CPAfrica | CPAfrica

  • Brand Africa 100: MTN Tops The List

    Demilade Oresanya
    27 Nov 2014 | 8:22 am
    MTN has topped this year’s Brand Africa 100 list as the Most Admired and Most Valuable African Brand. At over $5.4bn, MTN is the only African brand valued over a billion dollars. The 2014 Brand Africa 100 rankings of the most admired and most valuable brands in sub-Saharan Africa were released at the Nairobi Stock Exchange in Kenya. In the overall rankings, Coca-Cola toppled Nokia as the most admired brand in Africa, while MTN moved up a spot in the admiration ranks among Africans. Speaking about the feat, Jennifer Forrester, Executive for Marketing, MTN Group said “While it is nice…
  • Airtel Launches Africa’s First 4G Service

    Demilade Oresanya
    27 Nov 2014 | 4:38 am
    Airtel, a leading global telecom services provider with operations in 20 countries across Asia and Africa, yesterday evening launched Africa’s first 4G service in the Seychelles. Airtel has launched the service on a state-of-the-art network based on FD-LTE, making the Seychelles amongst the first countries in sub Saharan Africa to commercially deploy this cutting-edge technology. This is Airtel’s first commercial LTE network in Africa. The infrastructure is a new, nationwide LTE (Long Term Evolution) 800 MHz network, which will more than meet the growing customer demand for mobile…
  • Giddiphones: A Website For Your Phone Ads

    Demilade Oresanya
    27 Nov 2014 | 4:33 am
    Giddiphones, a classified adverts website dedicated to phones and phone accessories has launched in Nigeria. According to the creator of the site, Babayemi Olulana, the website aims to bridge the “huge gap in the way generic sites like OLX list mobile devices”. The platform lets users buy and sell phones and phone accessories like any other classifieds website. He further explained that the phone category on sites like are not adequately categorized, and there is presently no classified ad site that exclusively caters to phones. Babayemi is positioning Giddiphones to replicate the…
  • Nigeria’s NSE Boss Becomes ASEA President

    Demilade Oresanya
    27 Nov 2014 | 4:17 am
    The Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), Mr. Oscar N. Onyema, has been elected President of African Securities Exchanges Association (ASEA). This decision was reached at the Executive Committee meeting of ASEA after its 18th annual general meeting held in Diana, Kenya. Commenting on the election of the new president, the out-going president of ASEA and the Chief Executive, Stock Exchange of Mauritius, Mr. Sunil Benimadhu, said: “I welcome the newly elected president and committee members, and we look forward to ASEA’s continuing progress as it seeks to enhance the…
  • Nigeria Releases Names of Top 100 Companies

    Demilade Oresanya
    26 Nov 2014 | 7:10 am
    The Federal Government of Nigeria has unveiled the names of firms that made the top 100 companies in Nigeria for the 2014 fiscal period. The top 100 companies award, which is the first in the history of the country, is a brainchild of President Goodluck Jonathan. The award, scheduled to hold on December 1, is aimed at encouraging high-performing companies to further contribute to the economy in more significant ways. Speaking on the development, the Chief Executive Officer of the Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria and Chairman of the selection committee, Mr. Jim Obaze, said some of the…
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    SocioLingo Africa

  • UNMISS declines IGAD request to transport opposition leaders to consultative conference in Pagak

    Database of Press Releases related to Africa
    27 Nov 2014 | 6:23 am
    JUBA, South Sudan, November 27, 2014/African Press Organization (APO)/ -- The UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) wishes to correct erroneous media reports claiming that the Mission has sought the consent of the Government of the Republic of South Sudan (GRSS) to use the Mission'! s aircraft to transport delegates of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement/Army In Opposition (SPLM/A-IO) from locations inside the country to a consultative conference in Pagak, South Sudan. UNMISS received a written request dated 17 November 2014 from the Office of the Inter-governmental Authority on Development…
  • ViiV Healthcare announces new grants in support of ending mother to child transmission of HIV

    Database of Press Releases related to Africa
    27 Nov 2014 | 6:00 am
    London, United Kingdom, November 27, 2014/African Press Organization (APO)/ -- The Positive Action for Children Fund (PACF) is proud to announce 103 grants for 2015 totalling £5 million. 54 new grants and 49 extensions will be funded to support community responses to help end mother to child transmission of HIV thereby delivering crucial services to mothers, children and HIV affected families. Logo: PACF partners with local organisations working to improve the health and wellbeing of women and children affected by HIV, and…
  • Botswana – UN cultural rights expert calls for a renewed “nation-building” to celebrate rich diversity

    Database of Press Releases related to Africa
    27 Nov 2014 | 5:39 am
    GABORONE, Botswana, November 27, 2014/African Press Organization (APO)/ -- At the end of a 13-day official visit to Botswana, the UN Special Rapporteur on cultural rights Farida Shaheed called on the country to embark on a “second phase of nation building that reflects, builds on and celebrates the rich cultural diversity of the country.” Shaheed shared her observations on cultural rights issues ranging from the recognition of tribes, to language rights, to land rights, to the need to involve and engage with communities affected by Government policies. Shaheed identified a number of good…
  • Tigo Pesa returns TZS 3 Billion to customers as first quarterly payment

    Database of Press Releases related to Africa
    27 Nov 2014 | 12:46 am
    DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania, November 27, 2014/African Press Organization (APO)/ -- Tigo ( announced today the first of its regular quarterly payments worth 3bn/- (US $ 1.8 million) to Tigo Pesa users. Logo Tigo: Photo: (Tigo Tanzania General Manager, Diego Gutierrez) This payment comes three months after the company paid a staggering profit of TZS 14.25 billion (US $ 8.64 million) accumulated in the Tigo Pesa Trust Account to become the…
  • The Government of Switzerland contributes more than one million US dollars to the Sudan Common Humanitarian Fund in 2014

    Database of Press Releases related to Africa
    27 Nov 2014 | 12:31 am
    KHARTOUM, Sudan, November 27, 2014/African Press Organization (APO)/ -- To help address growing humanitarian needs in Sudan, the Government of Switzerland has contributed an additionalUS $523,013 to the Sudan Common Humanitarian Fund (CHF), making the total Swiss contribution to the CHF US $1,092,916 in 2014. “Taking into consideration the fact that the number of people in need remains at a very high level, Switzerland decided to release still before the end 2014 a second contribution to the CHF in order to help for appropriate and well-coordinated humanitarian response,”said the…
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    Buzz Nigeria

  • New 100 Naira Note: Muslim Group Challenges Jonathan Over Presence of Jewish Symbol

    Editorial Staff
    25 Nov 2014 | 7:18 am
    A popular Muslim organization, the Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC), has voiced its concern regarding the new centenary N100 note over a “jewish symbol” which they said is present on the new note. Professor Ishaq Akintola, the director of the group laid the allegations claiming that they have received numerous reports from many people who observed […]
  • Nigerian Presidents’ Academic Qualifications: 1960 Till Date

    Editorial Staff
    21 Nov 2014 | 12:52 am
    Nigeria as a country has come a long way, right from 1960 after the country got her independence from the hands of the British colonial masters, the journey has not been all that smooth, with years of military rule, coups that has taken place and lots of blood that were shed in the process, as a […]
  • National Assembly Closed Down As Lawmakers Jump Fence

    Editorial Staff
    20 Nov 2014 | 9:50 am
    Over 15 members of the All Progressive Congress, APC serving in the House of Representatives scaled the fence to enter the National Assembly complex after they were stopped from entering by some security agents. This followed after security operatives tried to prevented the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Aminu Tambuwal, from gaining entrance into the National […]
  • Top 6 Most Difficult Courses To Study in Nigeria

    19 Nov 2014 | 7:17 am
    In the abstract, it is important to note that there is no such thing as easy course in the higher institutions for higher learning, though some seem more challenging than others, you shouldn’t be nerve frazzled about them, because they are also interesting. The ideal thing to do is to be dedicated and hardworking, that […]
  • Your Favourite Nigerian Musicians And Their Real Names

    Editorial Staff
    18 Nov 2014 | 1:34 am
    Majority of our top Nigerian musicians today are known by their nicknames, this has been the trend especially in this generation. Seldom do we know the real names of our favourite musicians, while a lot of people don’t really care about this, after all “a great name alone won’t make you a star” as they say, but […]
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    Buzz Kenya

  • Top 5 Hardest Courses To Study In Zimbabwe

    26 Nov 2014 | 12:32 am
    Generally, there is no easy course in the university. Although some majors are more challenging than others, it takes hard work and hard study to actually take on them. If you are eager to know the hardest courses one can study in Zimbabwe, quickly skim through the following. We are not saying only the brightest […]
  • Top 5 Hardest Courses To Study In Kenya

    Editorial Staff
    24 Nov 2014 | 3:56 am
    It is completely absurd to refer to any course as “easy” in the university. That notwithstanding, some courses are more complex than others in terms of content and time. Don’t feel less of yourself, you can actually glide through any of them as long as you are ready to work extremely hard. Here are Top […]
  • 100+ Most Hilarious Jokes Ever

    Editorial Staff
    21 Nov 2014 | 5:09 am
    These are not just jokes, they have been titled the most hilarious jokes ever and that is exactly how it is. There are differnt types of jokes and most times we come across jokes that are so boring and not funny at all dsepite the fact that it was supposed to make people laugh. When […]
  • Your Favourite Kenyan Musicians And Their Real Names

    Editorial Staff
    17 Nov 2014 | 4:17 am
    We all know them by their stage names, interestingly it’s seems that is how far they want us to know them, but the curious nature of human beings has made us to dig deep to find out the real names of some of these great musicians, and I believe by listing them out we will […]
  • 160+ Extremely Good Jokes

    Editorial Staff
    12 Nov 2014 | 3:27 am
    These are not just good jokes but are extremely good jokes that will certainly interest you, here you could read the funniest quotes and jokes, and even more!, take a look, we’re sure you will find them interesting – From knock knock jokes to good jokes for kids and everything in between. Good Knock Knock Jokes 1. […]
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    Buzz South Africa

  • The Catastrophic Injury That Killed Australian Cricketer: Phillip Hughes – Infographic

    Staff Writer
    27 Nov 2014 | 5:28 am
    The death of the 25-year-old Phillip Hughes, an Australian cricketer who died in hospital in Sydney has left many people very devastated. He suffered a severe head/neck injury in a sports that seemingly has a low risk of such catastrophic risk of injury during a cricket match in Sydney. Phillip Hughes was struck in the neck on Tuesday […]
  • Watch as Incredible Tornado Tears Through KZN, Soweto, Protea Glen

    Staff Writer
    25 Nov 2014 | 10:27 am
    A massive tornado swept through Dundee and parts of Vryheid in Kwa-Zulu Natal, Soweto and Protea Glen over the weekend however, no injuries have been reported. Also some parts of Soweto were badly affected during the severe storm. In Protea Glen, 3 houses were destroyed and more than 30 were badly damaged According to the South African Weather […]
  • Funniest Break-Up Text Ever: “You Were Rude To My Cat” Goes Viral

    Staff Writer
    21 Nov 2014 | 5:42 am
    The screenshot of what could be classified as one of the funniest break-up text messages is going viral on twitter. The weird breakup message was uploaded on Twitter as a means of shaming the “former boo” by the recipient’s best friend. It would appear that the guy known as “Bobo” wasn’t getting what he bargained for in […]
  • Top 10 Highest Buildings (Skyscrapers) In South Africa

    Staff Writer
    21 Nov 2014 | 12:20 am
    South Africa has continued to rank so high amongst other economically and structurally developed countries in Africa, as a matter of fact, South Africa is the most structurally and economically developed nation on the African continent. Most of her major developments can easily be spotted in the major cities such as Pretoria/Johannesburg, Durban, Cape Town […]
  • 8 Terrifying Things South Africans Have Found in Their Foods

    Staff Writer
    20 Nov 2014 | 4:48 pm
    Customers have found “meal-breakers”which is an unexpected and often awful item that is found in otherwise perfectly ordinary food. Meal-breakers can vary from the almost innocent stains and dirts in improperly washed fruit or salad to the worst nightmare you can ever have for a dinner. Ever since Dirk Steenkamp posted a photo of a frog […]
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  • 9 of the World’s Most Expensive Gadgets

    Staff Writer
    21 Nov 2014 | 1:05 am
    Technology is improving in leaps and bounds and has changed the way we live our lives on a daily basis. Can you remember back in the day before smartphones and tablet PC’s? Can you imagine your life now without these handy gadgets which have made such a huge impact on our lives? With technological advancements the […]
  • 8 Things You Must Know About Tecno F7 Before You Buy

    Staff Writer
    9 Nov 2014 | 11:09 pm
    Tecno phones are getting more and more advanced these days. The phone manufacturers have tried in the recent times to come out with standard but less expensive phones that will not just be cheaply available but will also meet the needs of a common man. Their newly launched model, Tecno F7, also known as Tecno Phantom A […]
  • Best Apps For Making Phone Calls in 2014

    Staff Writer
    4 Nov 2014 | 3:11 pm
    There is an app for almost everything you can think of in this modern day of app culture we live in today, apps for making phone calls, apps for managing your finance, apps for reading, just name it and you have it. Several years ago when Skype came out, it was the big thing we […]
  • Top 7 Best Online Video Creation and Editing Services

    Staff Writer
    30 Oct 2014 | 4:00 am
    With video marketing on the rise, having a few videos on your website will go a long way in driving (and retaining) traffic to your website. Other than the benefits of being able to upload your videos to various websites for easy backlinks, many studies have shown that videos are often a strong driver of […]
  • Top 10 Internet Browsers For Speed and Better Performance

    Staff Writer
    22 Oct 2014 | 1:26 am
    An internet or web browser is an application software that enables you to browse the web, it is used for locating, retrieving, accessing, presenting and traversing information resources on the web. Even though web browsers are primarily intended to be used on the World Wide Web, One can equally use browsers for accessing information provided by web servers in private networks or files […]
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  • These Incredible Photos Of A Girl Growing Up Alongside Frightful Wild Animals In Africa is Terrifyingly Awesome

    Editorial Staff
    23 Nov 2014 | 11:31 am
    Visit The Knowledge Base for Africa What you would see in this unbelievable photo collection of a little girl named Tippi growing up alongside some of the “wildest” animals of Africa is undeniably amazing. Before Tippi was born, her parents (from France) relocated to Africa with their children and what no one foresaw was an unexplained friendship between their daughter and some of the […] The post These Incredible Photos Of A Girl Growing Up Alongside Frightful Wild Animals In Africa is Terrifyingly Awesome appeared first on Answers Africa.
  • 10 Tallest Buildings in Africa

    Editorial Staff
    21 Nov 2014 | 4:30 am
    Visit The Knowledge Base for Africa While not necessarily the first place one would consider for tall buildings, Africa has undergone a building surge in many of its cities. Though there are fewer skyscrapers in Africa than in North America or other countries, quite a few of the major African cities feature city scapes just as unique and recognisable as New […] The post 10 Tallest Buildings in Africa appeared first on Answers Africa.
  • Top 10 Most Technologically Advanced Countries in Africa

    Editorial Staff
    13 Nov 2014 | 1:35 am
    Visit The Knowledge Base for Africa Technology is growing at a very fast pace across the globe with the Americas at the fore front, Europe and Asia right within the circle and Africa comparatively lagging behind and a lot dependent on acquisition of already invented technology from the aforementioned regions. However, Africa is not willing to remain stagnant forever and some […] The post Top 10 Most Technologically Advanced Countries in Africa appeared first on Answers Africa.
  • Remains of Egyptian Army From the Biblical Exodus Discovered By Archaeologists

    Editorial Staff
    11 Nov 2014 | 7:25 pm
    Visit The Knowledge Base for Africa In a recent article published by, Egypt’s Antiquities Ministry announced that a team of archaeologists had made a shocking discovery of the remains of a good number of Egyptian army from the 14th century BC. The remains were discovered at the bed of the Gulf of Suez, located some 1.5 kilometres from the shores of […] The post Remains of Egyptian Army From the Biblical Exodus Discovered By Archaeologists appeared first on Answers Africa.
  • 10 African Countries With the Highest Military Strength and Fire Power

    Editorial Staff
    3 Nov 2014 | 5:00 pm
    Visit The Knowledge Base for Africa The Global Fire Power ranks countries of the world every year according to their military strength and fire power. In their ranking of African Countries With the Highest Military Strength and Fire Power, up to 40 different ranking tools and parameters like number of active front-line and reserve personnel, number of tanks and armoured fighting […] The post 10 African Countries With the Highest Military Strength and Fire Power appeared first on Answers Africa.
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  • Lagos State Government Approves 29 New Schools

    27 Nov 2014 | 5:00 pm
    Lagos State Government Approves 29 New Schools The Lagos State Government has approved 29 new schools in order to curb the menace of examination malpractice caused by ‘miracle centres’ in... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit the source website for detailed content, full links, and more! ]]
  • Imo Poly Freshers Orientation Exercise 2014/2015 Announced

    27 Nov 2014 | 4:55 pm
    Imo Poly Freshers Orientation Exercise 2014/2015 Announced The activities marking the orientation exercise for the 2014/2015 academic year freshmen of Imo State Polytechnic (IMOPOLY), Umuagwo will... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit the source website for detailed content, full links, and more! ]]
  • YABATECH 2014/2015 Part-Time Academic Calendar Released

    27 Nov 2014 | 4:50 pm
    YABATECH 2014/2015 Part-Time Academic Calendar Released The Academic Board of Yaba College of Technology (YABATECH) at its meeting of Tuesday, 18th November, 2014 reviewed and amended the 2014/2015... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit the source website for detailed content, full links, and more! ]]
  • American University of Nigeria Gets NUC Approval for Postgraduate Programmes

    27 Nov 2014 | 4:45 pm
    AUN Gets NUC Approval for Postgraduate Programmes The American University of Nigeria (AUN), Yola has been given approval by the National Universities Commission (NUC), to offer PhD and MSc academic... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit the source website for detailed content, full links, and more! ]]
  • Imo State Polytechnic Evening & Weekend Programmes Admission List 2014/2015

    27 Nov 2014 | 4:40 pm
    Imo State Polytechnic Evening & Weekend Programmes Admission List The authorities of Imo State Polytechnic, Umuagwo wishes to inform the following candidates that they have been offered... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit the source website for detailed content, full links, and more! ]]
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  • 2015: Orji Kalu Withdraws From Senatorial Race

    24 Nov 2014 | 3:11 pm
    …Cites imposition of candidates Former governor of Abia State, Orji Uzor Kalu, has withdrawn from the 2015 senatorial race. Kalu was seeking the ticket for the Abia North senatorial district on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). In a letter dated November 24, 2014 and addressed to the National Chairman of the PDP, Alhaji Adamu Muazu, the former governor said he was withdrawing from the race because the Abia State Governor, Theodore Orji, was bent on imposing his handpicked aspirants on the party in the state. He lamented that the governor deceived some high profile members…
  • APC 2015: Buhari Submits Presidential Nomination Form

    24 Nov 2014 | 3:07 pm
    Former Head of State, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (rtd), Monday submitted his presidential nomination form at the All Progressive Congress national secretariat in Abuja, saying it was unfortunate that insecurity has been allowed to prevail in the country. Buhari, who spoke with journalists after submitting his form to the National Chairman of the APC, Chief John Odigie Oyegun, said last week’s invasion of the National Assembly by some policemen is a rape of the nation’s constitution. He said, “It is a distressing situation where those who are supposed to protect the constitution are those who…
  • “How My 21-year Marriage To President Jonathan Has Survived” – First Lady

    24 Nov 2014 | 3:00 pm
    Nigeria’s First Lady Dame Patience Jonathan recently had a chat withCITY PEOPLE MAGAZINE Kikelomo Iwajomo on her relationship and how she met her husband.. Enjoy Excerpts of the conversation……. As a young student at the Rivers State College of Education, Rumuolumeni, little did Patience Oba, now Nigeria’s First Lady, Her Excellency Patience Goodluck-Jonathan, know that one of her lecturers in the college’s Department of Biological Sciences, now Nigeria’s president, His Excellency Dr. Goodluck Jonathan was going to be her husband. At the time, Goodluck Jonathan had just concluded…
  • Court Frees Suspected Mastermind Of Nyanya Bombing That Killed 88 At A Bus Park

    24 Nov 2014 | 2:39 pm
    A federal court in Abuja has freed Aminu Oguche, the suspected mastermind of the Nyanya bomb attack in Abuja, the News Agency of Nigeria has reported. The court struck out a two-count terrorism charge against Mr. Ogwuche on Monday, after months of trial for the April 2014 attack which killed more than 70 people. The court hinged its decision on lack of diligent prosecution by the state. Mr. Ogwuche, a suspected Boko Haram member, was accused by the Nigerian government of being behind the attack. The blast at the Nyanya Motor Park occurred during morning peak hours as residents were hurrying…
  • Nollywood Actor Dele Odule, Defends Why He Has 10 Children From Different Women

    24 Nov 2014 | 2:34 pm
    Dele Odule is one of the bigwigs in the Nollywood industry who has always given a lot of Nigerians a reason to watch his movies, well it may interest you to know that he has ten different kids from different women and he has this to say about it. Speaking about the Nollywood industry “ I have just said it all that the organizations in charge of maintaining standard are not doing their job. Even politics, are we doing it rightly? “It’s about business. People now believe that when you have huge amount of money in your account, you can go into politics because you will make more. But…
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    Naijanolly.Com - Naija News, Entertainment ,Music , Nollywood Gist Linda Ikeji Blog

  • Policeman kill’s First Class Graduate Over Girlfriend – Naija News

    kelvin jeweh
    26 Nov 2014 | 11:15 pm
    Naija News - it was a sad time for residents of barnawa community in kaduna state as residents of the area witness another abuse of power from  a police office.. How a Nigerian Policeman killed a First Class Graduate Over Girlfriend – Naija News The incident which  occurred when Moses Murtala Aminu  a first class Economics   graduate from the Ahmadu bello university  zaria was  shot dead by a constable with the Nigeria Police simply identified as Alex okpe.…. Aminu Moses had on Sunday, left his No. 67 Ahmadu Ahidjo Street, Narayi High Cost family residence for a party in…
  • Phyno Biography Networth and shocking History

    kelvin jeweh
    26 Nov 2014 | 9:28 am
    Phyno Biography -  Phyno fino whose real names are Chibuzor nelson azubuike  is one guy who doing great things for him self at the moment.. ‘Man of the year’, Phyno has taken igbo rap to the next level, Years ago the rapper started up as a producer that can be traced back  to 2003, just like his predecessors  hard work and passion has seen the “Ghost Mode and Oh set” rapper/producer move from ‘coded hype’ to a household name in Nigeria and globally . Phyno who has  produced for  top artiste   likes of  Flavour, Bracket,2Shotz, J Martins and Mr. Raw,  Timaya, Ruggedman,…
  • – Download Whatsapp for Blackberry, Nokia and Android

    kelvin jeweh
    26 Nov 2014 | 2:16 am Download Whatsapp  for Blackberry, Nokia and Android Devices – You can download Whatsapp for All devices like Blackberry and Android here. Whatsapp for Blackberry and other Whatsapp enabled mobile devices can be gotten with the below simple details. Before really going into this tutorial, we would like to congratulate both Facebook and Whatsapp on their newest integration “Do you know that Both Tech Lords are now together and that Facebook bought Whatsapp for $19Billion ?” Wow, that’s a figure right there. Ok, Back to our Whatsapp for Blackberry and Whatsapp for…
  • Abuja Court Frees Alleged Nyanya Bombing Mastermind

    kelvin jeweh
    24 Nov 2014 | 9:57 pm
    Naija News - The man that masterminded the Nyanya bombing Aminu Sadiq Ogwuche, has been  set free by an Abuja high court The two count charges brought against him was struck out by justice Justice Adeniyi Ademola  for what she descried as lack  of diligent prosecution by the Inspector-General of Police and his prosecutors. Although the Nyanya bomber was set free by the court, he is still under detention by men of the state security service SSS its funny that a  hearing into the fundamental human right of the man that killed countless number of Nigerians is been set  for the 5th of…
  • Shocking Olamide Biography, History And Lifestyle

    kelvin jeweh
    23 Nov 2014 | 9:25 pm
    Olamide Biography - OlamiOn the 15th of March 1989 a celebrity was born to the Adedeji family. He was called Olamide which literarily means “Wealth has come”. No question that name was given to the 22 year old more in wish than certainty, well ladies and gentlemen the prophecy has arrive to pass. A year and some into his professional music career,Olamide has become a house contain title and just in case you don’t understand who he is, I propose you google ENI DURO. ENI DURO; the breakout single from his Debut Album has become an anthem for the streets, associations, lecture auditoriums…
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    hameen sleek
    27 Nov 2014 | 2:39 pm
    Here comes another sex tape scandal from Ghana  ,but this one is hot watch it by clicking on  the link on the next page The post SOOO HOT!!! GHANAIAN GIRL WITH SEXTAPE LEAKED [+30 VIDEO] appeared first on Tinimash News.
  • EFCC Arrests 77-year-old Woman & Accomplice Over Alleged N65 Million Land Fraud

    hameen sleek
    27 Nov 2014 | 11:39 am
      An Ikeja High Court on Wednesday remanded a septuagenarian, Mulikat Shonekan, in the custody of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) over an alleged N65 million land fraud. The 77-year-old woman, who was assisted physically into the dock for her arraignment, is to remain in custody pending the perfection of the N5 million bail granted to her by the court. Justice Oluwatoyin Ipaye, the trial judge, also remanded her alleged accomplice, Martins Ogiogwa, 42; in Kirikiri Medium Prison, pending the perfection of his N10 million bail. The defendants were arraigned by the…
  • Corruption allegation: You’re a liar, senate tells Obasanjo

    hameen sleek
    27 Nov 2014 | 11:18 am
    ABUJA – THE Senate Thursday said that the allegation by the former President Olusegun Obasanjo that the National Assembly was using constituency projects to siphon the public funds was a total lie meant to denigrate the sanctity of the parliament. The Senate also claimed that it was the Obasanjo’s administration that approved the constituency projects to be built in the national budget which was executed by the executive. Speaking through its chairman on Information, Media and Public Affairs, Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe, the Senate described the allegation of corruption against it by the…
  • Photos from Governor Rauf Aregbesola’s 2nd-term inauguration

    hameen sleek
    27 Nov 2014 | 11:01 am
    Here are photos from the second term inauguration ceremony of Governor Rauf Aregbesola of Osun State which held at the Osogbo Township Stadium this morning. Aregbesola was re-elected Governor of the state in August 2014. More photos after the cut… The post Photos from Governor Rauf Aregbesola’s 2nd-term inauguration appeared first on Tinimash News.
  • Some girl Chris Brown slept with exposes him…

    hameen sleek
    27 Nov 2014 | 10:54 am
      Hmmm, this is a MediaTakeOut blockbuster…and it’s very interesting. Hehe. Read below… “Chris Brown got caught last weekend . . . freaking off a thot – after leaving the Supperclub in Los Angeles. In the below video, you see Chris asking his cousin ROC two exotical girls to come back to his house. Later in the video, around 2:30, you see Chris making sure the exoticals know his address. Well Breezy got what he wanted . . . and so did one of the thots. One of the girls that was invited back to his house, either the ones from the video – or a different…
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