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Dbanj and Perruzzi Have Been Accused Of Rape

In latest developments, Nigerian artistes Dbanj and Peruzzi have been accused of rape by two women on Twitter.

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Shekhinah Is Taking Rosefest Festival To Durban

This October, Shekhinah is taking Rosefest festival to Durban. Rosefest is a self-produced festival and the first edition took place in Johannesburg on South Africa's National Women's Day, August 9.

Tanzanian Governor, Paul Makonda Is Proposing A National Database Of Married Men To Protect Single Women

Paul Makonda, the governor of Tanzania's largest city, Dar Es Salaam has just announced plans to create and publish a database of married men. According to him, this would help protect women from "heart breaks".

South Africa Beat Zambia To Win Cosafa Women’s Title

South Africa won the 2019 Cosafa Women's Championship against Zambi beating them 1-0 in the final of the southern African regional tournament. 

The Story Of Betty Bigombe: The Ugandan Peace Builder Who Became Friends With A Warlord

Betty Bigombe grew up in Northern Uganda in the late 1950s. At a time when very few women had the privilege of getting an education, she sought one. According to her, she knew this was the only way to make a difference in her community.

Why I Decided To Stop Growing My Natural Hair

Natural Hair Travails: An "Ex-Naturalista" tells her story. A lot of people have taken the first step towards keeping their hair natural “THE BIG CHOP”, and everywhere you go, you see women and ladies everywhere with a “Fro” and you ask yourself; is it really worth it? What satisfaction does natural hair have that a relaxed hair won’t give you? What people will tell you is, you no longer need to fear water as you can swim with your hair out, go out in the rain and not worry about your hair (even if it will shrink), you don’t need to go to the salon to get your hair styled, they say it saves money, you even make new friends because the other person is natural, some even says it gives you confidence (how exactly?).

Isoken : Movie Review

When I first saw the ‘Isoken’ posters and videos etc posted all over my Instagram, I thought for sure it was going to be another cliché Nigerian movie with mediocre acting, and in that, I can honestly say Isoken...

AnuOluwapo Adelakun: Dear Teacher, Please Shut Up

Growing up, there were times when I wished my parents could come to my primary school to give some of my teachers a very dirty slap. Most of them were amazing, but some simply had no business teaching....

“13 Reasons Why” & This Thing Called Suicide

I have always had it in mind to write this but every time, I keep procrastinating. It's about the delicate topic "Suicide". This first got to me when I saw the series "13 Reasons Why" and have had numerous...

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