The 2011 Global Instrument of Change Conference & Scholarship Luncheon is organized under the auspices of the Global Instrument of Change (GIC) Initiative, a community of local and global changemakers that brings together people from different backgrounds, race, color, age and religion, to share experiences, ideas and insights, learn from their challenges and obstacles and provide access to amazing connections and […]
Nigeria’s first Weekly Newspaper targeting the youth population, was launched recently! Jennifer Ehidiamen, CP-Africa’s Features editor, caught up with the team for a chat! Read the interview below to learn more about the uniqueness of this new addition to the Nigerian Press! CP-Africa: When did you launch The Hub Weekly? TheHub: thehub newspaper was launched […]
By Sotunde Busayo “The growth and development of people is the highest calling of leadership.” Harvey Firestone. “Now that we have acquired our rightful status… I feel sure that history will show that the building of our nation proceeded at the wisest pace: it has been thorough and now Nigeria stand well upon […]
Facebook and Twitter may have grabbed the headlines during the Arab Spring uprisings but on the African sub-continent an altogether quieter digital revolution is taking place. Click here to read Jake Wakefield’s report on how Africans are taking small steps towards community awareness through technology.
CNN- Renowned activist and Nobel Peace Prize recipient Bishop Desmond Tutu turns 80 next week. In the 1980s, Tutu spoke out about the injustice of apartheid and is known for his work towards equal rights in South Africa. Have you ever met Desmond Tutu? How has he impacted your life? Share your photos and video […]
“We’re very happy to add new people in the site but we have to ensure that the designers we add are serious.” -Dolapo Shobanjo, My Asho founder My Asho is an online store that carries the work of established and aspiring African designers It stocks clothes and accessories from over 30 African designers Founder Dolapo […]