Noah’s Ark Communications wins Agency of the Year 2018 at African Cristal Festival

May 5, 2018 1 min to read

Noah’s Ark Communications wins Agency of the Year 2018 at African Cristal Festival

Category : Design, Marketing

  Noah’s ark communications limited wins agency of the year 2018 at African Cristal Festival in Marrakech, Morocco, after winning several awards including grand prix with a few of their ads in the Film, Digital and African Culture categories. This was declared at the Award Ceremony which held at Pullman Hotel la Palmeraie...

Controversy as White Curator is Appointed for African Collection at Brooklyn Museum

May 3, 2018 0 min to read

Controversy as White Curator is Appointed for African Collection at Brooklyn Museum

Category : African arts

A few Africans and African Americans have expressed their total condemnation of the appointment of Kristen Windmuller-Luna as curator of the Brooklyn Museum African collection. Though the museum argued that Windmuller-Luna is a curator and historian of African arts and architecture with her object curating that ‘counters myths abou...

Africa’s Billionaires List: Aliko Dangote is still no 1

May 2, 2018 1 min to read

Africa’s Billionaires List: Aliko Dangote is still no 1

Category : Business

Here are the list of Africa’s Billionaires. Aliko Dangote  Net worth: $12.2 billion Origin of wealth: Cement, sugar, flour Age: 60 Country: Nigeria   Nicky Oppenheimer Net worth: $7.7 billion Origin of wealth: Diamonds Age: 72 Country: South Africa       Johann Rupert Net worth: $7.2 billion Origin of w...

Dak’Art Biennial 2018 kick off May 3rd; focuses on emancipation

May 2, 2018 0 min to read

Dak’Art Biennial 2018 kick off May 3rd; focuses on emancipation

Category : African arts, Culture

Dak’Art Biennial 2018 will hold from May 3rd to June 2nd 2018. The 13th edition of this massive showcase of contemporary African art will be directed by Simon Njami with the general theme ‘I am the Red Hour, the undone hour, red.’ The red hour is an expression borrowed from Aime Cesaire in his play, ‘and the dogs went silent...

African Drums Festival 2018; Drumming for Advancement

May 2, 2018 0 min to read

African Drums Festival 2018; Drumming for Advancement

Category : African arts, Culture

20 states 14 countries and about 70 private troupes gathered to ‘drum for advancement’ at the 3rd edition of the African Drums Festival which held on the 19th to 21st of April 2018. Troupes from Haiti, Cuba, Trinidad and Tobago, Republic of Benin, Senegal, Ghana and a host of other African countries joined their Nigerian counter...

Brands and Agencies show off their creative might with their Workers Day Ads

May 1, 2018 0 min to read

Brands and Agencies show off their creative might with their Workers Day Ads

Category : Design, Marketing

Some brands and Agencies displayed their creativity with some inspiring Workers Day ads that indeed gives some accolades to the builders of the society (Workers).                                       ...

Are Nigerians youth really lazy?

April 27, 2018 0 min to read

Are Nigerians youth really lazy?

Category : Culture

Nigerian President; Muhammadu Buhari, speaking at the Commonwealth Business Forum in Westminster said that many Nigerian youths just want to sit down and do nothing and get housing, healthcare, and education free, largely because they are comfortable with the fact that Nigeria is an oil rich nation. image source: Business Day Newspap...

Andrey Skhosana: ‘The breasted lady’

April 25, 2018 0 min to read

Andrey Skhosana: ‘The breasted lady’

Category : Culture

The internet was raged with wide excitement amidst criticism over the bold semi-nude pictures of ‘the breasted lady’. 17 year old Andrey Skhosana, who splashed her twitter page with revealing pictures in honour of her Ndebele culture has raised questions on social media and beyond on how modern we should be when we want to be cul...

Did the Black Panther Movie truly depict Africa?

April 24, 2018 1 min to read

Did the Black Panther Movie truly depict Africa?

Category : African arts, Culture

Quite a lot of mixed feelings have followed the premier of the Black Panther movie, triggering several reactions across Africans and African Americans. Though the film is believed to be a huge success, as people were thrilled that at last Africa and Africans were portrayed in good light in the media perhaps for the second time after ...

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