Gerald – Burn Dem All
By Blustar Entertainment
18 December 2015 | 4:51 pm
30 Apr 2016
Performing artiste, Isaac Gerald, spoke to Guardian TV at NEC 2016, and placed emphasis on the fact that there are a lot of challenges facing the Nigerian entertainment industry, most notably the need for structure.
23 May 2018
Tanzanian conservationist Gerald Bigurube has spent his life fighting against poaching and protecting the environment. Together with Madagascar's Clovis Razafimalala he is the 2018 recipient of the German Africa Prize.
18 Oct 2018
The remarkable visual artist Gerald Chukwuma guides us through an intimate look into his process. His work will be on display at @artxlagos 2018, taking place at the Civic Centre from the 2nd-4th of Nov. 2018.
21 Jun 2019
Born in Ghana, Gerald Asamoah came to Germany as a child and went on to play in the Bundesliga and for Germany. Asamoah spoke to DW about the Africa Cup of Nations and why African players are in such high demand.
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Has the pandemic changed what tourists are looking for? In this edition we dive into the new trends and the impact of rising inflation, as well as how staff shortages could hamper the liftoff of the aviation sector. Plus we head to a theme park near Paris where attendance figures are booming after a rollercoaster two years.
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The powerful tremor has killed more than 1,000 people, and the death toll is likely to rise manifold. People need aid urgently, but with the Taliban in power, international help for quake victims is a complicated affair.
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In a major expansion of gun legislation, the Supreme Court has overturned a law in New York that restricted the carrying of concealed weapons in public. Hours later, senators passed a modest gun control bill.
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Guardian Nigeria's Political Editor, Muyiwa Adeyemi speaks to GuardianTV on the aftermath of the Ekiti 2022 guber election.
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Ivorian cashew processors face an uphill battle. Its bid to expand into processing faces competition from Asia. Also Mali's sanctioned but Senegal loses out. The economic interdependence between the nighbours has left Senegalese traders struggling to cope with the knock on effects of penalties imposed on Bamako. And Amidst Months of sometimes deadly protests against an army take over, young Sudanese have been finding respite from the in Khartoum's vibrant cultural scene.
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During Pride Month, the LGBTQ community marches to defend its rights around the world. Our reporters went to meet some members of its older generation in France and Spain. Older gay, lesbian and trangender people often feel invisible within their wider communities and the majority of them suffer from loneliness after family rifts and years of discrimination. But thanks to the work of younger activists and organisations, LGBTQ seniors are gradually emerging from the margins.