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‘No-go’ zones for women: How a group of activists are taking back the streets of France.
This fact is for sure, we are loud about gender equality, but not loud enough. We lecture about gender equality, but we do not lecture enough.
Why prospective corp members need to take the “health report” initiative of the NYSC seriously.
When on Monday 15th of January the National Youth Service Corps announced plans and schedules for the mobilisation of the 2016 batch B stream who have had to wait till 2017 because of budget irregularities...
Pope Francis condemns Hitler-inspired surge of populism in world politics.
In the early days of a Donald Trump-led United States of America, reactions continue to trail his inauguration as the 45th President of the USA.
#WOMENSMARCH: What are we waiting for in Nigeria?
“I write for those women who do not speak, for those who do not have a voice because they were so terrified, because we are taught to respect fear more than ourselves.
Nigerian celebrities, fame gave you a powerful voice. Use it.
As expected, pop icon Madonna met with backlash following her speech on January 21 at the Women’s March in Washington, D.C.
The best stories we wish we wrote in 2016.
2017 has been a fantastic one so far for the Ventures Africa team and hopefully for you.
Meet Fatima al-Fihri: The founder of the world’s first Library.
The hallway is draped with exquisite mosaic, fine rouge, and arches shaped like keyholes bathed in white.
Things are looking up in Bidi Bidi, the largest settlement camp in the world.
Tucked somewhere in the northern part of Uganda is a camp where a band of 2,000 South Sudanese women, men, and children troop to each day.
#ForcaChape: Tears and cheers as Chapecoense returns to the pitch.
Almost two months after a disaster that immersed the little town of Chapeco in their darkest night yet, on the eve of what would have been their greatest achievement yet in the club’s small history,...
Buchi Emecheta’s legacy: Women are not second-class citizens.
I was in SS2 when I first read Buchi Emecheta’s The Joys of Motherhood. Like most of my classmates, I was only concerned about doing well in the Literature tests and exams.