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Sinem Bilen-Onabanjo

22 Feb 2020
But it’s just 48 hours,” I hear you say. The weekend. Indeed, between the time we skip and hop out of work screaming “TGIF!” inside and the time we shuffle into the office, double espresso in a take-away cup, eyes glazed with sleep, there are only 48 precious hours.
1 Feb 2020
Really in the grand scheme of things just how important is your job title? Or the size of your corner suite? That is if, in our age of open plan offices, if you even have. I had the pleasure of attending a few networking events recently.
11 Jan 2020
You know that cliché analogy for the first day of the new year: “Today is the first blank page of a 365-page book. Write a good one.”I’m not really a fan of putting so much expectation on just one day just because it happens to have a change of digit at the year-end.
7 Dec 2019
Recently, there was quite a major change in my life – the sort of change I had hoped for but not foreseen or predicted even weeks before it happened.
30 Nov 2019
Easy to take for granted that most Africans would have heard the name, or at least her alias Hottentot Venus. If you haven’t heard of her yet though, brace yourself.
23 Nov 2019
It’s now weeks away from the silly season and the end of the year. In fact, we are only a month away from the end of the decade and sure enough, in a few days’ time we’ll have lists as long as our arms of the highlights...
19 Oct 2019
The world may seem like it’s going to crazy. Granted. With a ‘stable genius’ in the White House, Britain up Brex(sh)it creek with barely a paddle, nationalist ideologists rising in Europe, African leaders getting on with the same old script...
12 Oct 2019
“Joanna* met Ibrahim on the way back home after the school holidays. He was a primary school teacher and 12 years her senior.
28 Sep 2019
Have you ever felt hidden, overlooked in plain sight, almost concealed from the world? Doubtless, we’ve all had those seasons where we’ve felt, no matter how hard we grind, how much we struggle, how mental our hustle is, we don’t seem to be getting anywhere.
7 Sep 2019
Such sad times for South Africa who had long struggled to live up to the moniker The Rainbow Nation. Before influencer campaigns took off and press and blogger familiarisation trips were the order of the day, I got to experience South Africa ..
17 Aug 2019
You seem to get a second wind in your forties. If you’ve already been there, done that and bought the t-shirt, you already know this, and we can celebrate the awesomeness of the fabulous forties together.
27 Jul 2019
Dr. Olunloyo then went after CNN Africa’s own Stephanie Busari whom she labelled a Dakolo sympathiser after Busari challenged the journalist’s claim of a 20-year history with CNN.

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