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Nigerian artist uses graffiti to inspire youth

Nigerian artist uses graffiti to inspire youth

A Nigerian artist is aiming to inspire young people in his vicinity through graffiti art in a Lagos suburb. Fawas Adeoye, 28, has been painting for more than 12 years, creating backdrops for music videos to painting on canvasses. “My graffiti art is strictly about...

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How lockdown has impacted mental health

How lockdown has impacted mental health

When Nicola Cooper, 34, from Nantwich, Cheshire, found out she would have to stay confined to her household during lockdown, the thought immediately caused her anxiety to spike. In addition to being immunocompromised due to having Crohn’s disease and diabetes, she has...

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Accra comes to life as Ghana lifts coronavirus lockdown

Accra comes to life as Ghana lifts coronavirus lockdown

After three weeks, Ghana became the first African nation to lift a coronavirus lockdown on its two biggest cities, Accra and Kumasi. President Akufo-Addo on Monday defended the decision of government to lift the partial lockdown. He announced the lifting on Sunday...

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Coronavirus: How to work from home when you have children

Coronavirus: How to work from home when you have children

'It's going to be a challenge with some bumps but together we can do it!', says author and parenting blogger Emma Conway As the coronavirus continues to spread, most people who are used to working in an office environment suddenly face the reality of a new workspace -...

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COVID-19 threatens African oil industry

The Coronavirus is putting the world’s economy under severe strain and the consequences are already being seen in oil production. The benchmark barrel of North Sea Brent crude oil plunged heavily in Asia, losing nearly 25% to $33.29 per barrel. For experts, this is a...

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African youth optimistic about the future of the continent

African youth optimistic about the future of the continent

Young post-colonial Africans are optimistic about the future of the continent, seeing themselves more as entrepreneurs than civil servants. They demand stability and democracy, access to financial resources to launch their businesses, access to digital technology, and...

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UK – Africa Summit: What next?

United Kingdom-Africa Investment Summit, how does London hope to strengthen its economic ties with the continent? The summit captures challenges between Britain and Africa in a post-Brexit perspective This week, some 15 heads of state and government took part in the...

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