Its no secret that TIWA Savage is promiscuous with her smiles. Her debut album asked” RED” and we immediately learned that versatile full soprano was a magnificent writer whose comfort onstage matched her considerable musical skill, but it was her oven-warm smile that really told
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From June 2nd
On the streets of Pretoria and Johannesburg, young women in jeans, stilettos and corporate suits are increasingly wrapping up with colourful head-wraps, twisted and tucked in creative ways to amp their outfits to school campuses, clubs and the office.
Whereas the head-wrap has always been part
When I think about female micro-entrepreneurship in sub-saharan Africa, I often think about the women of Yaba market in Lagos. I wonder how they and their businesses have survived through the years and how I can help make their businesses more profitable and sustainable. During
If one hasn’t experienced inequality as a woman, they’ve seen the headlines, heard the grievances, and watched people suffer through gender polarization. What is beginning to emerge now, though, is the belief that the discrimination women have faced in the past doesn’t have to–and will
One of the many great things to love about Afro-Pop Singer sensation Yemi Alade, besides her beauty, grace and artistry, is that as this Nigerian native continues to rise to international stardom, she makes it evident that she never forgets where she comes from, and that
In Nigeria, feminists are women who are angry because they could not find a husband. They are women who hold picket signs and burn bras and never marry. They hate men. They have wild sex with multiple lesbian partners.
African women are docile. They defer to