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20 Nov
Speaking at a media briefing to announce the forthcoming Ake Arts and Books Festival held from November 24 to 26, 2022, the Director of Book Buzz Foundation, Lola Shoneyin, said the festival is a yearly celebration
16 Oct
Pacers Gallery, recently, hosted its inaugural artists residency programme. Sponsored by Yawoa Foundation, the guest was Option Nyahunzvi Dzikamai from Zimbabwe. He was in the facility for an immersive
21 Sep
Carving a world of their own through painting and drawing, while interpreting presence in different genres of art, 31 young African, US, UK and Portugal artists who are in their early 20s have kicked
24 Jul
The king sits on high in majestic splendour as the regberegbe (age grades) attired in distinct but beautifully coruscating regalia and costumes saunters through paying homage
2 Jul
Stakeholders, including young fashion entrepreneurs and enthusiasts, gathered at the Fashions Finest Africa Epic Show last weekend to discuss issues in the fashion industry
17 Jun
For many artists, the COVID-19 period was that of isolation characterised by time distortion due to the collapse of regular time trackers such as neighbours heading out for work
19 Feb
If you follow the ongoing debate around repatriation and restitution of stolen artworks, especially from the Bini Kingdom, one would be forgiven for thinking
5 Dec 2021
President Patrice Talon of Republic of Benin has expressed happiness over return of looted artefacts.
1 Dec 2021
It is not every time you see children, who, in their ages, draw beautifully. But the story of Oluwadarimisire Adejuwon Adewale, whose solo show, which comes up on December 5
13 Nov 2021
These are very interesting times for Nigeria’s cultural space and the capital city, Abuja. While the cultural space continues to expand in depth and scope
10 Oct 2021
Oliver Enwonwu has made an important mark on the Lagos art scene. He has been at the helm of art advocacy, first as chairman of the Society of Nigeria Artists (SNA) Lagos chapter
6 Oct 2021
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The dire need to create digital visibility for small businesses in Africa and to guide teething entrepreneurs on how to grow their small businesses to avert a collapse in the unstable business terrain in Nigeria prompted the launch of Fred Ogbole's new book, 'Refining Small Businesses.'
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A German far-right group busted for plotting to topple the government were heavily armed and posed a real threat, the federal police chief said Thursday.
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As part of a three-day schedule of cultural events in the capital of Senegal, Chanel made history as the first European luxury brand to present a fashion show in sub-Saharan Africa. Attended attendees included Pharrell Williams, Naomi Campbell, Whitney Peak, Nile Rodgers, Princess Caroline of Monaco, and her daughter Charlotte Casiraghi. The event was place…
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Cholera is one of the most common and preventable foods and water-borne disease prevalent in our environment which affects the adult population. It is increasingly being fuelled by the dynamics of the urban lifestyle and environmental disruption and internal displacements because of the insurgency, climatic changes, and flooding could leave us with no better option.
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On December 2nd, 2022, Moët & Chandon kicked off the festive season with a grand celebration in Lagos, Nigeria. In more than 20 different cities around the globe, including London, Paris, New York, Tokyo, Milan, and Madrid, Moët & Chandon once again presented ‘Moët Effervescence’ — an exquisite celebration of togetherness and the joy of…