March: This Weekend In Film
February was an incredible month for film lovers everywhere and the ripple effects of Marvel's Black Panther is still being felt all around the world. If you're a film buff and you're wondering how to spend the coming weekend, here are some films to keep you busy. Red Sparrow A young woman called Ballerina Dominika…
And She Marched…
Revolutionary protests held by women Since the inception of society and government as we know it, the phrase “It's a man's world” has rung true. Over time and with the constant state of flux in society, there have been a series of revolutionary events by women to change the status quo. Aba's Women's War…
British inflation holds at zero in March
Britain's annual inflation rate languished at a record-low of zero in March, as falling clothing and gas prices were offset by gains for other products, official data showed Tuesday.
Kia Motors global sales rise by 3.0 per cent in March
KIA Motors Corporation has announced that its March 2015 global sales figures (export sales, domestic sales and sales from overseas plants) for passenger cars, recreational vehicles (RVs) and commercial vehicles, hit a total of 269,749 units sold.
Okonkwo Cautions APGA Over March 28 Election Outcome
AS argument continues to surround the authenticity of the winner of the just-concluded March 28 senatorial election in Anambra State, the former senatorial aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for Anambra Central Senatorial District, Dr Obiora Okonkwo, has cautioned the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) “not to continue heating up the polity by going on with is unverifiable claim that it won the elections, because it did not win anywhere”.