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12 Jun
The yearly training programme for emerging filmmakers and critics, dubbed, Talent Durban, is back for the 15th edition and it will hold as part of the Durban FilmMart
24 May
After years of planning, and a little over 12 months of building and refurbishment work, The Africa Centre ( – celebrating contemporary African culture and heritage –  is finally ready to welcome its patrons and supporters to its new home in Southwark, London on 9th June. It will continue to act as a bold and…
24 May
Marriott International, Inc. (, on May 23, announced it has signed an agreement with The Red Sea Development Company to debut its distinguished Ritz-Carlton Reserve brand off the west coast of Saudi Arabia. Slated to debut in 2023, Nujuma, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, is expected to form part of the eagerly anticipated Red Sea destination and…
20 May
Thirty years after mobs demolished a historic mosque in Ayodhya, triggering a wave of sectarian bloodshed that saw thousands killed, fundamentalist Indian Hindu groups are eyeing other Muslim sites -- even the world-famous Taj Mahal.
8 May
Annyeong-haseyo (Hello)!!! Korean lovers learn this through K-dramas. Watching the Korean culture, imagining how tasty their delicacies are, their fashion, skincare routine, music and even their infrastructures, makes one want to visit South Korea. Many people go as far as learning their language and greeting, to blend when they visit, while some hope to fall…
2 May
Sixteen years after the Federal Government awarded contract to build the national library headquarters project in Abuja to Messrs Reynolds Construction Company, the contract variation to complete the abandoned complex has jumped to N100 billion.
2 May
The Catholic Church Society for Holy Child Jesus (SHCJ) has taken possession of their land title in the Intercontinental Park Estate at Ibeju Lekki, Lagos.
27 Apr
Demonstrating leadership and respect for Nigeria’s cultural heritage, today the U.S. Embassy and its implementing partner, CyArk, presented the results of its project to document and help protect the Busanyin Shrine in the Osun Osogbo Sacred Grove. The Director General of the National Commission for Museums and Monuments, Professor Abba Tijani, received the results and…
25 Apr
Japanese rescuers on Monday confirmed the death of a child in a weekend sightseeing boat accident, raising the death toll to at least 11, as efforts to find survivors continued. The Kazu I was carrying 24 passengers, including two children and two crew, when it sent a distress signal on Saturday afternoon as it began…