Friday, September 17, 2021

Lebo Manale: Leaving Law for Entertainment

Leaving Law for Entertainment Our partners at Black Women Be Like chat to Lebo Manale, a sociology graduate with a history in law, who left...

#indigo: Season One EP1

NOLLYWOOD, Nigeria's film industry - world's third largest film industry - is experiencing revolutionary experimentation from its young, rebellious, and talented film makers who are ready and...

Diaspora: Coming Home for Nigeria National Youth Service

Diaspora: Coming Home for Nigeria National Youth Service

The Home Maker

The Home Maker by Juliet Kego

Caine Prize Interviews: Magogodi Makhene

Magogodi oaMphela Makhene was born in Soweto, South Africa. She came of age during the turbulent years marking the fall of apartheid. She was...
Nollywood After TIFF

Nollywood After TIFF 2016: What Next?

Hello World! Welcome to the second edition of #SafeHouse Sessions podcast as hosted by Emil Biobelemoye Hirai-Garuba. This episode's topic: "Nollywood After TIFF 2016: What...

BEAT THE DRUMS by Echezonachukwu Nduka

BEAT THE DRUMS is a poem by Echezonachukwu Nduka. It's essentially an Igbo traditional wrestler's victory song which can be performed at best with...

The Control of African Women’s Sexuality for Male Virility

Black Women Be Like chats to Sierra Leone's Ngozi Monica Cole about the sex talks given to young African girls that tell them to...

#indigo: Season One EP3

Hello people, #indigo Episode 3 is here! Yes, yes, yes! Remember I cautioned that director Imoh Umoren might be setting us up for something big?...

Today, I will not bow

  Today, I will not bow! By Juliet ‘Kego Ume-Onyido is a poem about a girl child's resolve to not bow to the false precept...
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