Recent Blog Posts
According to tori weh I see for BBC pidgin, deh talk say lines don dey disappear from filling stations for Lagos, Nigeria after fuel scarcity bin nack di country. Since dem no fit seat down for one place na, na so the BBC News Pidgin people carry small fuel weh dem for use do happy chrismas for me take de waka about inside lagos sake of say them wan observe weda the fuel situation don implove. Aft... readmore
[Leadership] A Federal High Court sitting in Wawa Cantonment, Kainji, Niger state has set free about 475 suspected Boko Haram members.
[Leadership] In what appears to be a volte-face, former President Olusegun Obasanjo at the weekend turned around and praised President Muhammad Buhari for achieving huge success in an area where previous administrations, including his, could not make headway.
Recent Entertainment News
Vince McMahon's former real-life nemesis, Jeff Jarrett, is going into the WWE Hall of Fame ... and no one's as shocked about the news as Double-J himself. TMZ Sports spoke with Jeff just hours after the WWE made the announcement -- and…
Josh Duhamel knows Fergie sings "Big Girls Don't Cry," but he also knows she could definitely use a little pick-me-up after her national anthem debacle -- and Josh delivered. Fergie's ex showed up at her house Monday with a bouquet of…
[Guardian] British Actor, Daniel Kaluuya, has joined the likes of Kristen Stewart and Tom Holland to win the EE Bafta Rising Star Award.
[Nyasa Times] Three decades after he embarked on the crusade, Malawian music icon Lucius Banda is unrelenting and unwavering in his criticism of public looting, social injustice and political abuse as he demonstrates in his new album 'Crimes'.
Recent Educational News
[Swazi Media] Students in Swaziland are set to protest against the 'extravagant spending' of the 50/50 celebrations to mark the King's birthday and the anniversary of Independence from Britain.
[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZAAC) is investigating University of Zimbabwe (UZ) lecturer Professor Claude Mararike on allegations of abuse of office for fraudulently awarding a Doctor of Philosophy degree to former First Lady Grace Mugabe.
Recent Sports News
[263Chat] West Indies Cricket team, the Windies received a rousing welcome at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport in Harare on Sunday evening as they became the first team to arrive for the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2018 set for 4-25 March in Zimbabwe.
[Nation] Gor Mahia is 50! Yes, Kenya's glamour club is celebrating its Golden Jubilee.