Just because the guys might be able to get away with it doesn’t mean it’s acceptable.
Why Islam opposes the depiction of its prophet
When the blockbuster American movie, “The Fault in Our Stars”, hit the box office, I fell in love with the trailer version. I just wanted to see the movie.
Women are not well served in LGBT cinema but two niche networks are attempting to redress the balance.
Priests and other clergy members should have to report cases of suspected child sexual abuse, however they hear about them.
The business of ruling a country like Nigeria does not end in the sublimity of words or plan, youthfulness advertisement or ostentatious debonairness or circusy display of occupation eminence.
One’s peer group can also help in the preservation of culture. However, a person’s friend must have first imbibed his own culture before he would educate another person.
A person is a product of the culture he is exposed to.
The rustication of Kunle Adebajo for two semesters is a gag on freedom of the Press in the University (University of Ibadan), and on Campus Journalism, generally.
The politics our looters play in Nigeria is far from being dirty but also dangerous to the growth of our nation.
The Egyptian Museum in downtown Cairo is hosting a temporary exhibition of 300 artifacts from the era of Queen Cleopatra.
Stay With Me has put her on the pages of Vogue and now the Wellcome prize shortlist.
A new exhibition celebrates black artists who use themes of time travel, technology and heroism to convey a broader image of the African experience.
We are failing our girls by denying them information about sex, says Kagure Mugo.
‘Staff at the Harlem gave Daphne a chiffon scarf and lace gloves to hide her scars, bruises and needle marks’
Papier-mache animal heads and Vietnamese kites, Tilda Swinton and tap-dancing – it’s hard to cut through the clutter of the New York veteran’s hyperactive art.