Y! Africa launches Y! Africa Xtra in partnership with TW magazine

Africa’s premium online hub for Business, Technology and Enterprise, Y! Africa and the magazine of CHOICE for the woman of style and purpose, Today’s Woman (TW) Magazine partner to launch new brand. This partnership between two of Africa’s leading magazine brands is a free 16 page pull-out of Y! Africa Xtra in TW Magazine. The […]

Save for the rainy day (From the Magazine)

by Glory, the Money Maestro You probably heard the slogan for good money management “make all you can, save all you can”, “give all you can” as a young person and took it to heart. After slogging it out in the university for five years, you emerged with the converted Bachelor’s degree. One more year […]

The Sojourner (From the Magazine)

By Mfon Ekpo In Pursuit of more clout, my legal career has taken me to the United Kingdom where I am undertaking a, er, gruelling study in Maritime Law. After the Initial euphoria of settling in a society where everything “seemingly works”, I could not help a new habit I fondly termed “Comparative Compulsive Addiction […]

If you can smell it, we can smell it (From the Magazine)

Suzanne Brume We mostly assume that if a person smells, it is one of two things: they have not showered or they are sweating terribly. But there is so much more to body odour than meets the eye. What can cause body odour? It is normal to associate body odour with sweat. But everybody sweats. […]

Michael Olafusi: How to get that dream job (From the Magazine)

by Michael Olafusi   Job hunting in Nigeria is never an easy task, let alone obtaining that dream job. Is it possible; you just need to know the right steps to take? Be Ready Make sure your CV and your personality reflects your strengths and qualities. As much as possible, get your CV done or […]

Ifeanyi Igbokwe: Black… or White (From the Magazine)

By Ifeanyi J. Igbokwe     A couple of weeks ago, a report credited to the WHO tried to confirm how that 77% of Nigerian Women use bleaching cosmetics or materials; well let me start by saying that the statistics are a victim of hyperbole. That said, let’s go to the heart of the matter. […]