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This is why a Moroccan makeup artist feels it’s okay for domestic violence victims to cover their bruises with makeup.
To support women in the fight against domestic violence, a makeup artist appearing on a Moroccan TV channel, 2M, offered some beauty advice: Cover your bruises with makeup.
Super Falcons’ road to AWCON Final.
The Super Falcons of Nigeria went into the African Women’s Cup of Nations competition with the expectations of providing Nigerians succour following lacklustre performances by the male under-17 team at the Suwon Invitational Tourney and...
Will the 2016 Calabar Carnival live up to its track history?
In 2004, Former Governor of Cross River, Donald Duke proposed to make his state the hub for tourism and hospitality in Nigeria. To this effect, Calabar Carnival Festival–”Africa’s Biggest Street Party”–was initiated.
Heartbeat, a musical by Olu Jacob and Joke Silva, is set to change Nigeria’s awareness of the distinct genre of musical theatre.
Musicals: A fusion of dialogues, songs, and dance performed on stage.
You can now shop for babies online in Malaysia, and it’s simply not right.
“You don’t have to be nervous because we do this on a regular basis, I think that’s why the word of mouth spread that we actually do the birth certificate… we have 30 deliveries per...
Do It Afraid Conference 2016: Africa’s premier wealth coach, Omilola Oshikoya, is inspiring Nigerians to take charge of their future.
“In the end, we only regret the chances we didn’t take, the relationships we were afraid to have, and the decisions we waited too long to make.” ― Lewis Carroll Fear.
Why Africa will miss Ousmane Sow, Senegalese sculptor of larger-than-life figures.
Ousmane Sow was one of Francophone Africa’s most prominent artists.
The tragic story of Ifedolapo Oladepo: Again, Nigerians are reminded of the failed state of our institutions and its fatal consequences.
The tragic story of Ifedolapo Oladepo’s death has been shared by nearly 3000 people on Facebook.
The new Moremi statue may be controversial, but it makes a case for African Renaissance.
Queen Moremi, according to Ife folklore, saved the ancient Yoruba town of Ile-Ife from raiders. It is said that Moremi allowed herself to be captured by the raiders so she could learn their secrets.
Senegal introduces fencing as a new way of rehabilitating children in prison.
Fencing, just like every other sport, isn’t solely for entertainment. Learning of the ethics of life like following rules, confidence boosting, and strategic thinking are also encompassed in this sport.