Mark Shuttleworth fuelled the imagination of Africa when he made history in 2002 as the first African to fly into space, while also being the world’s second self-funded private citizen to do so. Apart from his history-making feat, Mark is known for his entrepreneurial genius and IT innovations, along with his efforts in improving access to quality...Read More
There’s Ceaser and Cleopatra, Barack and Michelle and then there is the iconic pair of Jay-Z and Beyoncé in a stratosphere all by themselves.
In case you have, like me, made the ill-informed conclusion that there was trouble in paradise the Carters have quelled such silly...Read More
Perhaps my most profound experience of globalization was the first time I fell in love.
His name was Carlos Garcia and he was beautiful. I remember coming in from primary school, tossing my school bag and tuning the DSTV decoder to Nickelodeon to watch the love of my life do his...Read More
It might as well be 1983 again because it seems Hari-bubu is back to his human rights infringing ways, and in the immortalized words of Black Panther’s M’baku, “we will not have it oh”.
Since the Goodluck era, there have been discussions around a government clamp...Read More
Ladies, Will You go 50/50 on the First Date? There is something almost magical about getting dolled up to meet up with a guy you deem worthy of your precious time. All my red blooded, rose colored glasses wearing, romantic movie primed females would agree with me, that it is indeed a thing of beauty....Read More
Land registry you can't tamper with
The idea: Documentation is often lacking in parts of Africa, leading to land disputes because it isn't clear who owns the land. Even when there are records, sometimes they have been tampered with. A record that cannot be deleted,...Read More