There’s a reason we aren’t seeing as many lofty new-year projections as we did last year. Primarily, it’s because 2022 was full of uncertainty, and it proved that, in reality, no one knows anything.
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The Holiday Issue: A melange of people, business, and policy.
This holiday issue is a diverse and dynamic mix of people, business, and policy. We delve into the stories of successful entrepreneurs, showcasing their unique approaches to the holiday season. We also review the business and policy trends of 2022, exploring how they impacted lives and the economy. From analysis to listicles to narratives, this issue has something for everyone..
Africa is blessed with so much creativity. It reflects in our type of music, fashion, food, art, and even our sense of humor.
Healthcare is a fundamental necessity, and the disparity in access to quality healthcare services between regions is a pressing concern.
We’ve reached the end of a pretty dramatic year. Most of the forecasts experts released at the start of the year didn’t eventually hold water.
As writers, we are propelled to read a lot. It comes with the territory.
How are rockets designed to visit space? How do satellites transmit signals to phones and other gadgets? What’s the technology behind wireless charging? Interesting questions right?
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Women take the front seat globally when it comes to making an impact.
Many factors influence a country’s strength, but one of the most important is its economy.
Unprecedented. That’s the word that comes to mind when we think of 2022. The world expected a train ride but got a rollercoaster instead.
What is the best gift to give a content creator during the holidays? A camera? A light set? A microphone? What if we can gift all three?
If 2021 was a strange, excitingly bullish year, 2022 was the year of retribution that came after. Bubbles across tech and money markets popped faster than most people could prepare for.
The year 2022 has been quite eventful in Nigeria across every sector of the economy. While some expectations have been met from an economic viewpoint, some others have been surpassed.
It’s two weeks into the last month of the year, and Jehiel Oliver remains busy as CEO of his company, connecting with farmers across Africa.
Twelve months have gone in the twinkle of an eye, and so much has happened these months.
For most people living in Nigeria, the Christmas season is very important.