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Monthly Archives: November 2013

World Service debates UK attitude to Africans

BBC World Service’s Africa Debate for November discusses how welcoming the UK is to African migrants. Recorded in a church in Slough, Berkshire, BBC Africa...

Investigations expose exploitation of Care sector workers

More than 2,400 workers in the care sector were underpaid the National Minimum Wage (NMW) in the last two years across the United Kingdom....

Award ceremony given a little TLC

T-Boz & Chilli performed as a revived TLC last Sunday night at the American Music Awards. And they had Lil Mama join them...

Is Kelly Rowland engaged or not?

Almost nine years since a previous wedding plan hit the skids at the 11th hour, former Destiny’s Child, Kelly Rowland, is rumoured to have...

It’s time Black musicians took care of business

Forbes has just published its list of the top 25 earning musicians for 2013 and, despite the profligate spending and obscene displays of wealth...

African celebrities pledge support for National HIV Testing Week

Premiership footballer Emmanuel Adebayor, Game of Thrones actor Lucian Msamati, Labour peer Lord Boateng, and TV and stage actress Chipo Chung are among the...

Udoh pursues transformation agenda for aviation

The Aviation industry in Nigeria has been one critical area of public service whose commercialization has been plagued by fallible circumstances arising, not only...

Yero gets thumbs up for Kaduna

Kaduna state of Nigeria has always been a core centre reflecting the earliest influences of socio-cultural and infra-structural development for the whole of the...

Ethiopia planning $100bn energy strategy

As part of its plan to become a regional energy exporter, Ethiopia says it is working on a new power strategy to boost electricity...

Stella Oduah: paid for by fate

Stella Oduah may not have been the kind of name that would be ringing alarm bells in the world of Nigerian politics but elsewhere...