Video: Akon collaborates with P-Square on “Chop my money” remix

Konvict music record label owner, Akon recently collaborated with P-Square on their hit single “Chop my money.” Akon remixed the lyrics of the song preserving the catchy “Chop my money” chorus. We had earlier reported about Akon signing P-Square and some other industry artistes as representatives of his Konvict music label. Video collaborations such as […]

Blackberry fever: Why Nigerians are still crazy about the Blackberry

In other regions of the world, Research In Motion (RIM) manufacturers of the Blackberry line of smartphones is facing challenging times. The iPhone and smart phone brands based on the Android Operating System have significantly eaten into its market share. For instance, this year, its share of the U.S. mobile phone market was about 19.7% […]

The New York Times features D’banj – “D’Banj and Other African Stars at Irving Plaza”

The New York Times today published a piece on D’banj’s just concluded concert in New York City. You can watch a video from the concert here. You can also watch D’banj’s interview with Sahara Reporters here. Check out D’banj’s feature on the New York Times below: “D’Banj and Other African Stars at Irving Plaza” By […]

“If you can’t BB, then 2go” – How 2go.im beat Blackberry Messenger in Nigeria

“If you can’t BB, then 2go!” said a CP-Africa Facebook page member recently when we published a recent post about the mobile messaging app, 2go.im. We had just pitched 2go versus Blackberry Messenger (BBM) in our Versus contest on New Year’s eve last year and 2go was giving BBM a thrashing. Of the 169 people […]

Arik Air, West Africa’s Leading Airline, appoints C. Moore Media as its Public Relations Agency of Record

New York, NY January 2012 – Arik Air, West Africa’s largest commercial airline, and Africa’s fastest growing airline, has appointed C.Moore Media International Public Relations (CMM) as Agency of Record (AOR) effective immediately. “We have worked with C.Moore Media on small projects, and were impressed by their expertise in the US combined with their knowledge […]

Climate Analogue Location in Eastern and Southern Africa (CALESA) project help small-scale farmers in Kenya and Zimbabwe adapt to climatic changes

By Geoffrey Kamadi A project to help smallscale farmers adapt to likely climatic changes long before they take place has just begun in Kenya and Zimbabwe. Known as the Climate Analogue Location in Eastern and Southern Africa (CALESA) project, it will help farmers evaluate agricultural adaptation strategies to climate change, through the use of ‘analogue […]