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Welcome to your regular dose of ‘A PIECE OF PEACE’! I believe we are all born to be great in our own way, and life is a journey laced with a series of lessons to enable you to unlock your inner greatness! So stayed tuned for a personal insight on tips, information and advice aimed to inspire and motivate that I am discovering as I embark on my...

On Saturday 17th May 2014, the GUBA Foundation will be hosting its fourth autism awareness seminar at the Resource for London Centre, 356 Holloway Road, London N7 6PA. The seminar which is free to attend, promises a platform for Service Providers such as Child behaviour and development specialists, to impart knowledge and offer support to autistic families. Attendees...

Africally Speaking (AS) seeks to examine development on the continent through the lens of innovation. “The advancement of societies largely depends on disruptive actions by forward thinking people. Despite such strides being made regularly in various sectors in  Africa, much attention seems focused on changes in the tech field. While this is fantastic, it does not capture the full story of how Africa is growing. ...

The Citi FM Foundation has donated cash, tools, books, clothing and food items worth thousands of Ghana Cedis to four orphanages during this year’s Easter Orphan Project.The beneficiary orphanages are Basco School Complex and Orphanage – Trotor, near Suhum, Jehovah Raffa – Suhum, Mama Lardi Orphanage – Bolga and Handivangelism Children’s Home – Haastso,...

Samsung Electronics West Africa has announced that their new Smartphone, the Galaxy Ace 3 as it is known in Africa is also known as the Galaxy Star Plus in some other countries outside the continent. ...

Portia Duah Asantewaa, a directing student from Nafti has shot a short film about water pollution for the 2014 We Art Water Film Festival. ‘Save Lives’ is a docudrama about the pollution of water bodies and the effects on children in the rural areas who drink them unconsciously, resulting in diseases like bilharzia, Ebola, bilharzia, ringworm etc. ...

AfricaMagic is calling for talented actors and actresses to audition for roles in the popular AfricaMagic series, Tinsel, and AfricaMagic Original Movies on 1st and 2nd May 2014. The venue is the Holiday Inn Hotel and begins at 9am each day. All interest actors and actresses should come with 3 copies of a 5 by 7 photograph, ‘photoshopped’ and passport...

Tune into Citi FM every Friday at 7p.m and then logon to www.supersport.com/competitions/2014CitiFM to answer the weekly question in the Citi FM/SuperSport Giveaway Competition.  There’s a Samsung S3 Mini smartphone to win every week so get listening. The competition runs until 28th February 2015. ...

Wanlov is certainly no stranger to controversy. On Sunday, he posted a photo of himself in the air with the inscrition “Risen Indeed #KubolorChrist #Africa #GoPro #Circle“.  The post immediately attracted some criticism from people who found it blasphemous. What do you think too? ...

The Management and Staff of high-end Cantonments-based Men’s Grooming and Beauty Salon, Kenzo, has made a donation to the Dzorwulu Special School. Items including bags of rice, gari, detergents, slippers and school uniform fabric all valued at GHC2,800, were donated to the facility. They were also teated to a short party of drinks and pastries. ...

Check out Actor and celebrity model Ik Ogbonna in “Wild Romance” with Ndidi and Temi for Monalisa magazine. Outfit by Taryor Gabriel, Prince Alvince and Bns Apparel. Directed and styled by Teni Oluwo ...

So in one of my previous posts, I described South Africa as my ‘little Europe’ in Africa. And yes, although there is a lot of difference between Ghana and SA, there are some things that unite us as ‘true Africans’. As I drove through the streets of Durban I took these photos of some things I observed to be major differences and some similarities...

The Good Book says a merry heart makes good as medicine, the doctors say that people who have a positive outlook on life tend to fight diseases better than people who tend to be more negative, and so a good dose of laughter gives long life. And we say that a regular dose of laughter and music is the best time-out session from the hustle and bustle of everyday...

The annual Invisible Borders Road Trip embodies everything that this organisation is about: movement. The collective of artists from all kinds of persuasions begins the adventure from Lagos this June, and in previous editions have travelled to Bamako, Addis Ababa, Libreville and Dakar exploring the continent not only through a camera lens, as was the initial...

This 20-year-old UK-based Nigerian, Ovie Iroro is set to leave an indelible mark on the Dunlop MSA Formula Ford Championship of Great Britain. Bella Naijarians, remember you heard it here first! Iroro, a mechanical engineering student at University College London,  is set to make his driving debut at the championship, which takes place this Easter weekend (April 19th-20th) at Donington Park in the UK. ...