Elumelu urges collaborations to boost Africa’s fortunes
The Group Chairman, United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc, Tony O. Elumelu, said the Coronavirus pandemic has presented a perfect opportunity for foreign investors to invest in Africa
Ali, Akif win 2020 Africa Freestyle Football Championship
Egypt’s Mohammad Ali and Fatima Akif of Morocco at the weekend defeated all comers to win the men and women’s titles of the Third African Freestyle Football Championship held online.
‘Blacks Lives Matter’
I am thinking about Emmanuel Ndubuisi Egbo, the little-known Nigerian International goalkeeper (represented the country about a dozen times between 1998 and 2002),
Enugu boosts tourism with Gburugburu Dining and Wining in the sky project
A conscious effort to return Enugu as the centre of tourist destination may have begun, with the development of a multimillion naira Gburugburu Dining and Wining in the sky project in the state.
Optimising the cloud journey
Cloud services are critical for SMEs in the current environment, but they require experienced advisory and a comprehensive offering, writes George Thomas, Senior Solutions Manager of HUAWEI CLOUD Africa Region. The COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdown has effectively demobilised the global economy – and it’s no different here in sub-Saharan Africa. Production has plunged and…
Thousands of migrants dying on trek across Africa: UN
Thousands of migrants have died after suffering "extreme" abuse while crossing Africa, according to a UN report on Wednesday that estimated 72 people perish each month on the continent's routes.
Nudity In Music Videos: Plague or New Norm
Art on countless occasions has been a persistent mode of representations of “big ideas”, also cultures, and the bubbling thoughts in people’s heads. This aesthetic means of communication hence signals psychological meaning to its observers. Art in the form of music, literature, fashion, and painting is so populated in the world that it influences our…
Stir good trouble
How do Africans in other African countries, Africans in the United States of America...can we really speak of Africans in the USA? After all we do not speak so easily of Europeans who emigrated to the USA
In Agent From Abuja, Adepegba interrogates leadership in Africa
The narrative seems familiar. Avid film watchers and cinephiles have seen many of such flicks with kidnapping as a theme. Remember Chukwudi Dumee Onuamadike