Nigerian Women & the Consistency of Self-Identity Based on Proximity to Men

By BellaNaija Features An average Nigerian woman grows up in a society that places her…

Student with highest JAMB result, Egoagwuagwu Agnes gets 16 million Naira reward from Nigerian Society of Engineers

by Linda Ikeji Egoagwuagwu Agnes Maduafokwa was rewarded with ”16 million Naira” by the Nigerian…

This African City Has The Most Affordable International Education Globally

By Andrew Christian Africa has the fastest-growing middle class in the world, especially in the Sub-Saharan region.…

Ada Osakwe Food Investor, and Founder of Nuli Juice – Becomes First African to Deliver Commencement Address at Prestigious Kellogg School of Management.

by Linda Ikeji Ada Osakwe, is an award-winning food entrepreneur, investor and passionate African development advocate.…

Reading for the End of the World

BONGANI KONA South African writer Bongani Kona gives us his reading list for the apocalypse.…

We think there’s a better way to assess the research of African academics: here’s how

In the past two decades, much has been made in academic circles about global rankings of educational…

She’s Using Her Math Skills to Fight Poverty in Uganda

“As a child, I loved numbers and was good at mathematics, so finance seemed like…

Zimbabwe’s Housing Hub sees stellar uptake of university accommodation booking platform

BY TOM JACKSON Zimbabwean startup Housing Hub is moving into new verticals after seeing strong…

8 Things You Can Relate To If You Are The First Child

BY AKINWALE AKINYOADE Some call it a curse while others see it as a blessing…

THE OBLIVIOUSNESS OF AFRICAN PARENTS TO CHILDREN’S PSYCHOLOGICAL NEEDS

By Catherine Onyekwelu Nneka Infants are highly dependent on the care of adults for their…