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For Programme Management Officer, Regional Office for Africa, UN-Habitat, Omoayena Odunbaku, achieving great success requires resilience, hardwork and patience.
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We had an interesting event. President Nana Akufo-Addo signed the agreement between William Edward Burghardt Du Bois Museum Foundation and the government of Ghana.
After the well attended and successful show in Fichtelgebirgshalle 2019, in Wunsiedel, Emmanuel Eni, also known as ‘Blackman in European Kitchen’, recently had his second show in the region of Wunsiedel
Africa Magic, the MultiChoice-owned movie and general entertainment channel-group dedicated to telling African stories, is considering making a biopic of Mrs. Aisha Buhari
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The Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilisation (CBAAC) has repackaged celebration of black and African culture with an assemblage of famous black leaders.
The 2021 All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) is set to begin tomorrow, September 27, as African Union Commission (AUC) and International Committee of All Africa Music Awards ....
Art scholars, visual artists and stakeholders in the plastic art have called on government to formulate policies that will protect the profession.
Since three weeks that it opened on Netflix, Shadow Parties has been doing fantastically well. It has been competing with the very best.
Fast-rising act, Balogun Kennet, popularly known as BigerTinz, has once again proven his mettle as an artiste of immense talent.
A year after the committee on implementation of post COVID-19 initiatives for the creative industry was inaugurated, artists and culture workers are still waiting for their own palliative. The committee was inaugurated on August 18, 2020.
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It was a torrent of encomiums and tributes last Thursday, August 19, for Alhaji Folorunso Abdullatif Kasumu-Olaleye (FAK), as family members, friends, associates and well-wishers celebrated the chartered accountant and founder, sole partner, Folorunsho Olaleye & Co. The event, which not only marked his 85th birthday, also coincided with the launch of his autobiography titled,…