Xenophobic attacks escalate in South Africa Xenophobic attacks in South Africa has reached a heartbreaking level. According to reports by the police, 20 shops belonging to immigrants got looted yesterday. However, they could not confirm if the attacks were targeted at foreigners. Well, fool me once – South Africans have made it clear on several occasions that foreigners are stealing their jobs and taking all their money. This is not the first time such attacks…"Xenophobic attacks increase in SA, N8.4bn found in unmarked account, and more stories"
UNILAG outlaws indecent dressing Guys, have you heard about the UNILAG dress code? Don’t act surprised, that’s a thing now. in an announcement so baffling that most of the students probably thought it was a prank, the management of the University of Lagos outlawed indecent dressing within the campus. Well, I don’t know how the students will take this; we all know that indecent dressing was practically invented at UNILAG. Let’s see how this goes.…"UNILAG bans indecent dressing, wife scalds husband over food, Masquerade in a Bet9ja shop"
Looking at the list of top blogs in Nigeria, I find that all the gossip blogs are run by women. Coincidence or not, in the spirit of gender equality, isn’t it time someone starts a “Men In Gossip” campaign to try to balance out this gross inequality in gender representation in that industry? Don’t you look at me like that. After all, we have a “Women In Tech” movement rallying to address the uneven gender…"We need a “Men In Gossip” movement"
It is no news that the average Nigerian blogger is derided by not a few people. The reason is simple, and this tweet is both an example of derision and a pointer to the reason for it: Be honest, there are very very, very few Nigerian bloggers, then there are lots of clowns that have learnt ctrl + a, ctrl + c, ctrl + v. — The Dara (@UncleDara) November 2, 2014 Yes; there is…"Blogging 101: How to make your blog stand out"