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 […]

World Bank: Ebola is crippling West Africa’s economy

By Onimisi Raymond The current Ebola outbreak has killed more than 2,600 people, according to the World Health Organisation. However, the number of cases could end up in “hundreds of thousands”, and estimates from the World Bank indicate that unless the crisis is quickly contained, the financial impact will be devastating. Reports from the World […]

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 […]

Ayomikun Soyombo: Yes they mutinied; please let them live!

  by Ayomikun Soyombo   1.What have we sacrificed For our military? How has Nigeria Mopped their bleeding wounds? They daily Fight our battles How have we Fought their battles? Daily they die Our very deaths How have we Died for them?   2.We agree That they mutineed They rebelled When they should have been […]

Kolapo Olapoju: Apologizing for creativity is an anomaly

by Kolapo Olapoju   I find no joy in penning this, and thus, I expect no grief from sharing it. The task of a wordsmith is sometimes unenviable and loathsome but, truth be told, we spew cold facts. In a country where obesity is largely misconstrued as a sign of affluence, where political criminals get […]

Adedayo Ademuwagun: Why African youths follow American thought Leaders

  by Adedayo Ademuwagun American thought leaders are popular and influential with young people in Africa. Perhaps nearly every educated youth knows Robert Kiyozaki, Ben Carson, Sheryl Sandberg, etc. Youths also widely regard them as mentors and try to emulate them. Actually, those Americans are inspiring and probably deserving of emulation, but why do many […]

Adedoyin Jaiyesimi: It’s not a bad thing to start small, you know

by Adedoyin Jaiyesimi I had an interesting weekend. It was a busy one but I had the chance of networking with a number of professionals and start-up founders. My discussion with each person had a similar theme; the get rich quick mentality of today’s generation. I think the issue has been over flogged, yet the […]

U.S. forces carry out operation against Al-Shabaab in Somalia, targets their Leader.

  by Adekanmbi Adedotun   The U.S. military forces on Monday, carried out an operation against the al Shabaab militants that are currently terrorizing citizens in Somalia, a Spokesman from the U.S. Department of Defense disclosed. According to Pentagon spokesman, Rear Admiral John Kirby, He was quoted as saying, “We are assessing the results of […]

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. […]