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Asake gets Grammy nomination for “Amapiano”
Asake is a braggart on “Work of Art” – Toni Kan
BANTU: The system is broken, the sound is resilient — Mark Levine
A Delicate Narrative Debut: A review of Adenrele Niyi’s “There’s a Heaven for Bad Girls” — Anote Ajeluorou
Deconstructing Prophet Majek Fashek — Isidore Emeka Uzoatu.
The road towards a darkling plain and a poet’s renegotiation of peace — Ajedoyin Olojede
“The Black Book” review: Nigeria’s John Wick left me weak – Otimkpu Achalla
Jagun Jagun: Finally, something truly epic from Nollywood – Toni Kan
Janelle Monáe is “Fine as F#ck” on hot and horny new album — Madeline Roth
Intriguing Insights into Reincarnation: A review of Cheta Igbokwe’s “Awele” — Nenye Okoye
With “Wedlock of the Gods,” professor brings Nigerian storytelling and culture to USC main stage — Chinyere Amobi
OSAMEDE: Society in search of heroes and heroines -Ozoro Opute
Jamie Foxx’s Emotional Return: Accepts Vanguard Award after mysterious illness
100 Notable African Books of 2023
To kill a mockingbird and the addled mystics of paraplegic socio-economic organisations — Michael Oloyede
Mohbad: Death as the ultimate promotion – Toni Kan
A Literary Journey Unveiled: Janet Chinenye Eze explores love, women’s lives and adaptations
It feels great that I can create good literature in multiple genres — Obari Gomba
Doctors are Not Serial Killers – Ike Anya (author of “Small by Small”)
Jesse Darling triumphs at Turner Prize 2023
Prime Video’s “Saltburn” hits screens worldwide ahead of Christmas
Durban FilmMart Institute opens submissions for 17th Talents Durban
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May 15, 2020
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Art X Talk Series Features Artist Yinka Shonibare.
The renowned talk series, Art X Talks will debut online next week featuring in-depth conversations with art enthusiasts and creatives...
February 2, 2020
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“Desperate souls on a journey”: a review of Helon Habila’s Travellers – Sylva Nze Ifedigbo
Fleeing violence and political crises in parts of the Middle East as well as poverty and economic challenges in Africa,...
December 29, 2019
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“We are all travelers” a Review of Helon Habila’s Travelers – Kanchana Ugbabe, PhD
This is an important novel coming at a time when travelling has become a way of life. Crossing borders, breaching...
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