July 23

  • Namibia: Lischen Scoops Windhoek Lager Arts Ambassador's Award

    New Era

    One of Namibia's most successful young female radio station managers, Dj and MC, Lischen Khachas, has been appointed the 2014 Windhoek Lager Ambassador for Arts. Read more »

  • Angola: Cultural Agents Manifest Availability for Fenacult-2014

    ANGOP

    Angolan cultural agents manifested Tuesday, in Luanda, total availability to participate in and help the government with actions focused on the second edition of the National... Read more »

  • South Africa: The Lumineers to Make SA Debut

    Biz-Community

    American folk rock stars The Lumineers are to make their South African debut when they perform at Cape Town's Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens on 4 December and at Joburg's... Read more »

  • South Africa: R90 Million Fund for Black South African Filmmakers

    SA Info

    Help is at hand for emerging black South African filmmakers trying to break into the industry, in the form of a new, R90-million fund launched on Monday by the Industrial... Read more »

  • Kenya: Anto Neosoul to Go From Afro to Locks

    The Star

    SINGER Anto Neosoul is considering bringing an end to his 'afro' hair signature look. Read more »

  • Kenya: Dj Black Coffee Brings the House Down

    The Star

    IT was a music fun-filled Saturday night for thousands of House music lovers as the much-touted DJ Black Coffee concert went down at the Carnivore Restaurant. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Upswing Beat for Osun-Osogbo 2014

    Guardian

    INDICATION that this year's edition of Osun-Osogbo festival will be colourful emerged last week in Lagos when the organisers of the festival hosted corporate organisations... Read more »

  • Namibia: Miss Curvy Namibia Auditions This Saturday

    Namibian

    IN Africa, we firmly believe in the beauty of curves, contrary to the global fixation on being skinny. Read more »

  • Nigeria: E-Library Lights Up Ikorodu Community

    Guardian

    In its quest to promote reading culture amongst school pupils through its Community Initiative Library, City Profs Education Foundation led by its Grand Patron and former Lagos... Read more »

  • Nigeria: USA Hosts First Igbo World Festival of Arts and Culture

    Guardian

    THE FIRST Igbo World Festival of Arts and Culture organized by the Council of Igbo States in America (CISA) opens tomorrow, July 24 at the Frontiers Cultural Museum of Staunton in... Read more »

  • Kenya: Kenya @50 Sanaa Sacco Cocktail

    The Star

    Sports, Arts and Culture Wario Hassan, emcee Churchill Winston and Ian Wafula during the Sanaa Sacco Savings and Credit Co-operative Society launch at the National Musuems of Kenya... Read more »

  • Kenya: Decor Firm to Spend Sh17 Million On Artisan Training

    The Star

    An interior design company has said it will train 10,000 artisans on interior finish over the next 24 months at a cost of Sh17 million. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Kongi's Harvest

    Vanguard

    MANY months before it finally came on Sunday July 13 many celebratory events had been lined up to mark the 80th birthday ceremony of the one famously called Kongi, after one of the... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Burna Boy Quits Aristokrat Records

    Leadership

    Self-styled hip hop singer, Burna Boy has parted ways with the record label, Aristokrat Records that brought him to limelight. Read more »



July 22

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