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Alara, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria

Redefining African Luxury in Lagos, Nigeria

Businesswoman Reni Folawiyo is building a concept store with celebrated architect David Adjaye on Victoria Island in Lagos. The mission? To redefine African luxury for Nigerians—and for the rest of the world.

Mo Abudu

Mo Abudu, 'Africa’s Oprah', Showcases Different Side of Africa (Video)

Sometimes called “the Oprah of Africa,” Mosunmola “Mo” Abudu is a leader in the African television industry.

Mo Abudu, CEO, EbonyLife TV

Mo Abudu on how she started EbonyLife TV (Video)

Mo Abudu on how she started EbonyLife TV

Joyce Banda, President of Malawi

According to Forbes, the 2 most powerful women in Africa are Joyce Banda and Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala

4 African women made Forbes’ The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women List.

MTN Nigeria

MTN Sees Double-Digit Sales Growth as Nigeria Customers Rise

MTN Group Ltd., Africa’s largest wireless operator, posted double-digit revenue growth in the first four months of this year as the number of subscribers in its biggest market of Nigeria climbed.

Jason Njoku on Arise Entertainment 360

Jason Njoku, CEO, iROKOtv: Video interview on Arise Entertainment 360 (Video)

Jason Njoku, CEO, iROKOtv: Video interview on Arise Entertainment 360

Jason Njoku

Top 10 Tech CEOs In Nigeria

Drawing from statistics of Nigeria’s rebased GDP figures, information and communication technologies (ICT) and its sub-sectors are key drivers of Nigeria’s impressive economic growth.

Half of a Yellow Sun

Hiding From Our Past by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

On the margins of my happy childhood, there was a shadow: the Biafran war. I was born seven years after it ended, and did not experience any material deprivations—I had a bicycle, dolls, books—but my family was scarred by it.

Half of a Yellow Sun

Nigeria's Nollywood Reaches Mainstream with 'Half of a Yellow Sun'

Nigeria’s bustling film industry is about to take a giant leap forward with the upcoming U.S. release of “Half of a Yellow Sun.”

Half of a Yellow Sun

Nollywood: The new business of African film

With Nigeria leading the way, 2014 could prove a banner year for the African film industry.

Wale Tinubu

Nigeria's youngest oil baron: Wale Tinubu, CEO, Oando (Video)

Lerato Mbele speaks to Wale Tinubu about the future of oil and gas in a changing economy.

Goodluck Jonathan

President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan ("GEJ") of Nigeria is clueless, incompetent, and callous: 35 reasons why this is a big lie

The Economist magazine recently published an article on Nigeria in which it described the government of President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan (“GEJ”) as “A clueless government”.