In deep contemplation in closets as well as in restaurants; in clubs, in casual conversations, the question has a way of agitating the minds: what has our today got to do with our past? Why worry about the past? And what can you do about it, about the past? These are said to a person who sometimes feels some stirring within or pangs in the menace of his past.
Teaching journalism in a disruptive age
Journalism education is currently facing unprecedented upheavals. After having constantly reviewed the curricula since the ‘90s to meet the media industry’s demands...
EB-5 offers immigration opportunities through investments
Employment-Based 5 (EB-5) is a United States (US) visa programme created in 1999 to enable foreign investors obtain U.S. visa by investing in businesses such as hotels...
Firm unveils colour world in Ikoyi
In its commitment to meet the growing demand of consumers for range of colours at Point of Sales, Berger Paints Nigeria Plc has opened a new Colour World outlet in Ikoyi, Lagos.
Entries open for PwC media awards
Entries are now open for the fourth edition of PwC Media Excellence Awards. The awards, which celebrate excellence in business reporting in Nigeria, is open to journalists...
Zedvance’s MoneyPal to provide loans to non-salary earners
In a bid to serve its customers better and deepen its digital drive, consumer finance firm, Zedvance, has launched a mobile lending app, MoneyPal.
Akinfeleye… when distinguished scholar joined World Journalism Education Council
The journalism and mass communication scholar at the University of Lagos, Professor Ralph A. Akinfeleye has been elected into the prestigious...
Revolution? No, the right to tickle the government
Revolution is perhaps the most romanticised word in the English language. It is also the most troublesome, the most feared, the most embraced, yet the most distrusted. The word conjures two pictures in the mind simultaneously – one ugly and frightening and the other benign with the smile of breaking dawn.
Osoba, life and the times
As I was saying… The Chairman/ Managing Director of the Daily Times, Alhaji Babatunde Jose was an apostle of a free-market economy. Flowing from this principle was the conviction that a newspaper is a business...
JCI Nigeria reiterates commitment to youth empowerment
The President of Junior Chamber International (JCI) Nigeria, Adetola Juyitan, has proposed to partner with like-groups to push the limit of youth empowerment and development. Juyitan said this recently in Lagos while giving an account of the stewardship of JCI Nigeria in the last six months.
NIMN gives deadline to unregistered marketers
The National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria (NIMN) has said marketers who have not complied with the Institute 2003 Act, no. 23, which makes it illegal for anyone to practice without being a registered member of NIMN, should do so by August 31 or risk being dragged to court.