Why I am involved in relationship talks – Seun Obajolu

International award winning motivational speaker and relationship coach, Seun Obajolu has been empowering women and families for some years. She is the Founder/CEO of  Inspyred Hope, a nonprofit organization registered in United States and Nigeria that empowers  women and families through outreach programs, advocacy and literacy, and support groups. Seun  is also a Social Media […]Read More

I tried suicide twice when left on the street after

The story of Germany based singer, Yvonne Mwale is an incredible one. She went from grace to grass and back to grace.  The Zambian-born singer saw riches in full and poverty also in no small measure. She is not the Biblical Job, but the story of her life   has a semblance of that of Job. […]Read More

African leaders should invest in technology to protect the environment

One of the women who have dedicated their lives to environmental protection in Africa is Zambia- born Mailes Muke Zulu, founder of Save the Environment and People Agency (SEPA), a Non-Governmental Organization that promotes sustainable livelihoods, environmental protection and human rights. In 2004, Mailes worked with rural communities in Zambezi to establish two community schools […]Read More

Opposition petitions UN over alleged sexual assault on female MP,

  By Sunday Oyinloye The MDC-Alliance in Zimbabwe has petitioned   United Nations over alleged sexual assault, torture, and detention of a female   member of parliament, Joanna Mamombe and two others by the government even as it demands an independent inquiry to investigate the human rights abuse and inhuman treatment of female youth leaders. Leader of […]Read More

It has been a tough journey says Tapira organic sugar

    Tapira organic sugar paste creator, Mabel Machabvunga-Butler is a licensed Esthetician with 15 years of experience in the skincare industry. The skincare expert holds an international certification in Esthetics (ITEC) International Therapy Examination Council from United Kingdom. She is a Certified Instructor in sugar paste removal and has other certifications in the industry. […]Read More

Rebekah Awuah Foundation gives free face masks to food vendors

By Sunday Oyinloye Following announcement by the government of Ghana which makes the wearing of face masks compulsory in public places from April 20, 2020, an NGO, Rebekah Awuah Foundation has joined hands with the government in the fight against the spread of coronavirus by providing free face masks to  some street food vendors in […]Read More

We refuse to be part of a fight against the

By Sunday Oyinloye Barely a month after the opposition in Zimbabwe pledged to work with the government to fight COVID-19 pandemic, the MDC Alliance has expressed what it called “extreme concerned” about the lockdown restrictions in the country alleging that “it is clearly working against the interests of the poor and marginalised people of Zimbabwe”. […]Read More

Inspired by African women to do humanitarian work

By Nsama Musonda Kearns When I think of African women like the late Wangari Maathai, the Kenyan Nobel prize winner and environmentalist who spent her life fighting for sustainable development and rights of women, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, the Nigerian feminist, novelist and campaigner for equal gender rights and women empowerment and IIhan Omar, the first […]Read More

Inside the world of Kay Morris

By Sunday Oyinloye Jamaica-born international gospel artist, Bishop Dr. Kay Morris is a woman who is passionate about Africa. Apart from her foundation (Kay Morris Foundation) which she is using to give back to her roots, the Canada based singer has also been mentoring artists of African descent, little wonder she just had collaboration with […]Read More