April 18



April 17

  • Libya Chaos Impacts Artists [interview]

    Magharebia

    With Libya's capital of culture facing daily bombings and assassinations, artists are left in a perilous position. Read more »

  • Moh Dediouf, Eyrkah Badu Wow Cape Town Jazz Festival

    VOA

    Among the more than 30,000 jazz enthusiasts who filled Cape Town's International Conference Centre for two nights of live music from around the world, South Africa's minister of... Read more »

  • Preacher, Helen Ukpabio, Faces UK Ban

    Premium Times

    Nollywood actress turned preacher, Helen Ukpabio, may be deported and banned from the United Kingdom for her sermons which have been deemed harmful to youngsters and the public,... Read more »

  • Davido, Tuface, Wizkid Nominated for MTV Africa Music Awards

    Premium Times

    Some of Nigeria's biggest music stars, Davido, PSquare, 2Face, Wizkid, and others have been nominated for the prestigious MTV Africa Music Awards (MAMA). Read more »

  • Cape Town to Play Host to 'Cheeky' New Arts Festival

    SA Info

    Cape Town is to host to a new performing arts festival that will be modelled on some of the world's most popular fringe festivals, Tony Lankester, the chief executive of the... Read more »

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