8 deadly diseases by WHO
The World Health Organisation (WHO), has released the list of deadly pathogens that have the potential to cause public health emergency.
Rise and fall of Zuma
President Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma appears to be on his way out as South Africa’s president. The 76-year-old Zuma started out in politics at an early age and joined the African National Congress in 1959.
WAIPEC 2018: The future of oil
The West African International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (WAIPEC) return to the Eko Convention Centre 7-8th February 2018 as the only oil and gas event held in partnership with Nigeria's petroleum industry.
Africans in the winter Olympics
Most people already know Seun Adigun, Ngozi Onwuere, Akumo Omega and Simidele Adeagbo, but who else among the thirteen Africans competing at the Pyeongchang 2018 winter Olympics game do you know?
Lessons from SME e-biz fair
The primary objective of the SME eBusiness Fair is to teach entrepreneurs and business owners how to grow their businesses using technology and to build strong business networks.
Bobsled queens want a united Nigeria
Nigeria's Bobsled and Skeleton teams to the Winter Olympics have called for a united Nigeria, regardless of the country's ethnic differences.
The fight against female genital mutilation
Today is the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation, a day to remind the world of the cruel, inhuman and degrading practice that deprives #girls and #women their rights to health, security, physical integrity, and life, particularly when the procedure results in death.
Andela: Nurturing Africa’s tech talents
Andela, the largest tech hub in Nigeria is helping companies quickly and confidently scale their software teams with world-class, full-time developers. The Guardian got a rare access to the magnificent hub recently where we got a full view into how Africa's evolving tech giant is developing talents to solve some of the continent's needs.
Sienna Miller visits North East IDPs
English-American actress and humanitarian worker, Sienna Rose Diana Miller, has drawn the attention of the Nigerian government and the international community to the deplorable living condition of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in North East Nigeria.