August 28

  • Zambia: Masekela, Mtukudzi, Dikana Showpiece Set

    Times of Zambia

    ENTHRAL jazz lovers will next month have a rare treat when music legends Hugh Masekela, Oliver Mtukudzi and Zonke Dikana come to perform in Zambia. Read more »

  • Zambia: It's Big Brother Hotshots!

    Times of Zambia

    IN exactly nine days time, Africa will turn its eyes to the ninth season of the most watched and followed reality show, Big Brother Africa as it returns on Sunday with an exciting... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Nigerian Fashion Designers Seeks N150 Million to Build Production Hub, Retail Store


    THE Fashion Designers' Association of Nigeria (FADAN), Lagos Chapter, on Thursday said that they needed about N150 million to build a production hub in Lagos. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Project Fame Wa Train Continues

    Daily Independent

    As the Project Fame West Africa train moves on, fans of the music reality show continue to be treated to an exceptional blend of entertainment as more contestants are dropping off... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Despite Ebola Scare, Osunosogbo 2014 Records Success

    Daily Independent

    The 2014 Osun Osogbo Festival has come and gone but the festival will not only linger in the mind of tourists and stakeholders as a successful exercise, but also as one surrounded... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Nikki Laoye, Sabina, Sammie Okposo, Win At 2014 African Gospel Music Awards

    Daily Independent

    The African Gospel Music Awards held on the 24th of August at the Fairfield Hall, Park Lane, Read more »

  • Nigeria: Top Nollywood Actors Endorse Gift 2015 Talent Hunt Show

    Daily Independent

    Popular Nollywood actors such as: Ejike Asiegbu, Emeka Rollas, Bishop Ime Umoh aka Okon, Amb. Millicent Jack of E-Woman Network, Steve Eboh Ajebo and Chinyere Wilfred have giving... Read more »

  • Nigeria: NTDC Sets Landmark Record in 2014 Osunosogbo

    Daily Independent

    As part of efforts to promote domestic tourism, the Director-General of the Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC) Mrs. Sally Mbanefo, has included the Osun Children's... Read more »

  • Zambia: Nataaz Lusaka Committee Praised

    Times of Zambia

    THE National Theatre Arts Association of Zambia (NATAAZ) has hailed the Lusaka Province committee for successfully hosting the 2014 Provincial Senior Theatre Festival, a prelude to... Read more »

  • Zambia: K'millian Sets Kasama On Lyrical Fire

    Times of Zambia

    HIS ardent male and female fans could not resist but sing along and dance to his old and new songs. Read more »

  • South Africa: The Slow Rise of the Female DJ


    There are very few top female DJs in the official charts, but things are changing; being a DJ is no longer a boy's club. For Women's Month, Zethu Gqola speaks to two Cape Town... Read more »

  • Angola: Organisation Touches Up Fenacult 2014 Opening Details


    The Executive Commission of the 2nd National Festival of Culture (Fenacult2014) is reviewing all the details of the event's opening ceremony on Saturday evening at Luanda's '11 de... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Book On Lamido Rakes N22 Million

    Daily Trust

    A book on the achievements of the Governor Sule Lamido's administration in Jigawa State in the last eight years, Tuesday raked in over N22 million. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Jonathan Stresses Need to Promote Reading Culture Among Nigerian Children


    PRESIDENT Goodluck Jonathan has called on all stakeholders in the education sector to work hard at reinvigorating the culture of reading among Nigerian children. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Film Industry Under Siege

    The Herald

    While lack of sponsorship is the common challenge that arts genres face in the country, lack of appreciation from fans is also growing at an alarming level. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: John Legend Tour Shocker . . . Fans Feel Cheated

    The Herald

    The cancellation of the much anticipated John Legend concert that had been slated for November 19 at the Harare International Conference Centre has sparked an outcry with fans... Read more »

  • Kenya: Does Kenyan Theatre Favour Hype Over Substance?

    The Star

    My heartfelt sympathies go to the colleagues and family of Derrick Amunga, a long-time actor who last featured in the play Trapped on July 20. The show registered a full house at... Read more »

  • Kenya: Mombasa Reviews Cultural Festival

    The Star

    THE Mombasa tourism department is doing a post-mortem of the second edition of the International Cultural Festival. The event ended on Sunday with performances from local musicians... Read more »

  • Namibia: P-Square Heads to Namibia


    P-SQUARE are heading to Namibia. This will be the very first time the 'Personally' singers will be in the country. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Actor Releases Dvd

    The Herald

    Popular actor Boniface "Muzukuru" Muropa of the "Landlord Nemaroja" drama fame has dropped a DVD album entitled "Zvakazoita". Read more »

  • Namibia: Council Finally Launched


    AFTER its initial formation a few months ago, the Fashion Council of Namibia (FCN) was officially launched yesterday, rendering a sigh of relief for industry enthusiasts. Read more »

  • Kenya: Text Book Centre Partners With Teachers

    The Star

    Nairobi's Eternity College and the Text Book Centre Thika Road Mall Roysambu branch have partnered to boost the performance of students in three months time. Read more »

  • Kenya: Destination Kwale Investment Forum Gala Night

    The Star

    The Leisure Lodge resort in Kwale County was the place to be on Monday night as the Destination Kwale investment forum gala night was held. It was organised by Bamburi Portland... Read more »

  • Kenya: Half of a Yellow Sun Fails to Impress

    The Star

    Half of a Yellow Sun Read more »

  • Kenya: Expendables 3 - the Battle of Generations

    The Star

    Starring: Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Antonio Banderas, Jet Li, Wesley Snipes, Dolph Lundgren, Kelsey Grammer, Randy Couture, Terry Crews, Kellan Lutz, Ronda Rousey, Glen... Read more »

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