It Is an Incredible Honour To Be Named Africa’s Business Hero” – Giwa-Tubosun, Winner, $250,000 Jack Ma Prize for Business Innovation

Temie Giwa-Tubosun, a Nigerian entrepreneur has nicked the land Jack Ma’s $250,000 (over N90m) prize money for innovation in business, dusting nine others to cart home the prize.  Founder and CEO of medical distribution company LifeBank, Temie emerged top of the first three best initiatives selected by a group of four judges at the grand finale of the first annual

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Kenya to Host Workshop on National Book and Reading Policies in Africa

In a move to support quality education for national development in Africa, Kenya is set to host a three-day high-level workshop on national book and reading policies in Africa,  Scheduled to begin to start next Monday, the workshop will be held under the auspices of the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) Books and Learning Materials section

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Blackheath Annual Book Sale Opened By ‘Game of Thrones’ Star in London

Game of Thrones star Owen Teale was in attendance at the Amnesty International Blackheath & Greenwich Group’s annual book sale which held on Saturday (15 June), boosting the profile of this already hugely popular yearly event. The all-day book sale held in the Church of the Ascension, Dartmouth Row, Blackheath SE10 8BF (9 am-5 pm) is extremely popular with book-lovers

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“I embarked on this journey to be a role model to those who thought it is not possible.” – Lebohang Monyatsi, first African female wheelchair model

Some look at challenges as stepping stones to great achievements and history records these crop of people as great achievers. Lebohang Monyatsi is one of such people. She is the first African woman to model in a wheelchair. Popularly known as ‘The Rolling Goddess,’ Monyatsi is a physically challenged person who defied her condition to focus on her dream of

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