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28 Feb 2017
Social Media Week Lagos 2017 got underway on Monday, February 27 in Nigeria's commercial capital with The Guardian hosting three sessions.
13 Jan 2017
The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola, SAN reflects on the achievements and challenges of managing three key ministries, in this chat with Guardian TV.
9 Jan 2017
Zambia's government has passed a bill that allows women take a day off work every month because of their menstrual cycle. Already, some see this as bad for business and economic growth.
3 Jan 2017
Nigerian-born inventor and entrepreneur Professor Ndubuisi Ekekwe introduces Zenvus, a smart device changing the agricultural landscape in sub-Saharan Africa by telling farmers what, how and when to farm.
15 Dec 2016
Hollywood star and Oxfam global ambassador Djimon Honsou, visited camps for IDPs in Nigeria's volatile northeast to draw awareness to the region's lingering humanitarian situation, and implore governments and NGOs to double their efforts.
11 Dec 2016
Anglo-Nigerian Yinka Shonibare, the artist behind the scaled-down replica of Lord Nelson's HMS Victory in Trafalgar Square and the famous Wind Sculpture series, reveals how it all began.
10 Dec 2016
Though based in the USA, here are the three Nigerians, Seun Adigun, Ngozi Onwumere, Akuoma Omeoga, preparing to represent Nigeria at the PyeongChang Winter 2018 Olympics.
9 Dec 2016
UNICEF ambassador and former football star David Beckham goes shirtless, revealing inscribed tattoos in a cause to drive awareness and end violence against children.
8 Dec 2016
The Super Falcons of Nigeria who were recently crowned champions of Africa for a record-extending 8th time, have promised to stage a protest over unpaid allowances and bonuses owed them by the NFF.
29 Nov 2016
Ocean levels are rising due to change in temperature of the arctic and monitors of the trend say we should all be concerned. Scientists worry that if the issue of climate change is not quickly addressed, people may lose their homes.
25 Nov 2016
Lagos state has scrapped the monthly sanitation excercise after a judicial pronouncement against it and as a result of billions of Naira lost by businesses during the exercise.
25 Nov 2016
Known for using art as a means to convey messages against war and conflict, renowned and globally-acclaimed visual artist, Ade Adekola, showcased some of his in-depth works in Lagos recently.

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