“How Can Anyone Not Be Inspired by Woman? I Find So Much Beauty In Women That I Come Across” Art By Rewa.

Rewa is a self-taught London based Nigerian artist. Born in 1987, Rewa grew up in London and started her professional career in Nigeria before moving back. She uses art as a form of therapy by envisioning the conditions of life and portraying her own emotions in her women subjects. She acknowledges the female genre and […]

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“Marriage is Not an Achievement.” 7 Things We Learnt From Chimamanda’s Dear Ijeawele: A Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions.

If you are Woman, African, Feminist and you have not read Chimamanda’s ‘Dear Ijeawele: A Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions’, where have you been? You should take a day off work, stroll to the nearest bookshop, cop a copy of the book, read it, agree with it, disagree with it, resolve to do things differently […]

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5 Female Make Up Artistes in Nigeria You Should Know.

The crowded terrain of the make-up industry following the popular cliche that “Everybody is now a makeup artist” has definitely not slowed down those who have taken it upon themselves to create a legacy in the beauty industry. The Nigerian beauty industry is undoubtedly  massive and has continued to grow as a result of makeup […]

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5 Things Linda Ikeji is Teaching Us About Entrepreneurship.

Serial Entrepreneur, Linda Ikeji is no doubt steadily adding more ventures to her niche. She is popularly known as a Blogger, Writer, Television& Radio Producer and has very recently been conferred an Honorary Doctorate Degree for her contributions to African Media by the Trinity International University of Ambassadors, Georgia. Linda has proven to us that […]

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Tlhabi Redi Has One Goal – To Be Part of South Africa’s Evolution

When we think of strong and powerful women advocating for change, Redi Tlhabi is one one woman that should come to our minds. The South African journalist, Producer, Author and a Radio Presenter working for Primedia is passionate about being part of South Africa’s evolution and driving positive change in the country. Tlhabi Redi holds a BA in […]

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Meet Claire Idera; The Fashion Illustrator Carving Her Own Path

Claire Idera is anything but your normal fashion illustrator. Deeply influenced by fashion and culture, Idera is known for her contemporary designs and she has a growing clientele. Unlike many women her age, she’s already set on a career path that is deeply personal and creative as it is entrepreneurial. The Lagos-based Nigerian native incorporates pencil, […]

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All African Women Have Is Each Other – Alexis Okeowo, Writer and Journalist

Alexis Okeowo is one African woman to emulate. She is a journalist and writer. Avid readers of The New Yorker will recognize the staff writer’s frequent bylines – her pieces range from election season in Alabama (her home state) and media’s lack of empathy towards Somalia’s bombings, to the cultural impact of Issa Rae’s Insecure. She has also written […]

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Eniola Mafe Is Bringing Hope To Every Region She Holds Close To Her Heart Through Policy Development

Eniola Mafe is smashing it in the business sphere and we’re totally here for it! She is one of the most influential foreign policy leaders under 33 and her story is absolutely inspiring. According to Eniola Mafe, development is the central factor of business. The London native with Nigerian roots spent three years as a […]

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