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    FAB Event: Film Africa Pop Up at Southbank Centre’s Africa Utopia Festival

    FAB Event: Film Africa Pop Up at Southbank Centre’s Africa Utopia Festival

    August 27th, 2014

    There is still a little time for Royal African Society’s annual festival Film Africa, established in 2011, celebrating the best African cinema from across the continent and the Diaspora. But fans of African cinema can get a taste of what is in store with the Film Africa pop up at Southbank Centre’s Africa Utopia festival this September, with a sele. ..Read More

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    FAB Event: Film Africa Pop Up at Southbank Centre’s Africa Utopia Festival

    FAB Event: Film Africa Pop Up at Southbank Centre’s Africa Utopia Festival

    There is still a little time for Royal African Society’s annual festival Film Africa, established in 2011, celebrating the best African cinema from across the continent and the Diaspora. But fans of African cinema can get a taste of what is in store with the Film Africa pop up at Southbank Centre’s Africa Utopia festival this September, with a sele. ..Read More

    Sagacious Questions Season 3 Episode 3, By Dolapo Aina

    Sagacious Questions Season 3 Episode 3, By Dolapo Aina

    Did you know that your spiritual maturity can be measured by how much love, peace and unity your presence brings wherever you are? Brilliant policies but cluelessness in implementation! Isn’t this synonymous with; and the bane of several developing countries especially in Africa? Did you know that the equivalent of Tour de France-. ..Read More

    #IceBucketChallenge Update - Our Top Bucket A List of Celeb Challengers

    #IceBucketChallenge Update - Our Top Bucket A List of Celeb Challengers

    Bill Gates does it with precise calculations, Jennifer Lopez in a bra top, David Beckham does it topless, Anna Wintour in coture, and Kermit in the nude? What is it? The #icebucketchallenge of course. With $53.3m donations already made to ALS Association and celebrities from across the world jumping on the charitable trend, from Justin Bieber to G. ..Read More

    The Ebola Debate: A Night Out at The FAB Lounge

    The Ebola Debate: A Night Out at The FAB Lounge

    With the touch-down of the Ebola Virus in Lagos, Nigeria via an ‘American-Liberian’ (Pardon my emphasis on the fact that the late Mr. Sawyer was actually American but this has been down-played on various media outlets) a lot of controversial reports and theories have come forth and I will attempt to highlight some of these based on a series of conv. ..Read More

    Sagacious Questions, Season 3 Episode 2 By Dolapo Aina

    Sagacious Questions, Season 3 Episode 2 By Dolapo Aina

    Did you know that service gives you rewards in Heaven while righteous living ensures you make it to Heaven? Did you know that according to CCN Travel; Leopard Beach Resort in Diani Beach, Mombasa is perhaps the best resort on the African Continent? Did you know that Esther Mbabazi of RwandAir is the youngest female pilot flying Bo. ..Read More

    How To Protect Yourself From Ebola While On A Trip

    How To Protect Yourself From Ebola While On A Trip

    Planning a holiday vacation can be really exciting, after making your hotel reservations you begin to think of all the places you want to visit and which attractions you would like to see. However, unfortunately, there is a list of things that could go wrong on your trip, like getting robbed and having all your plans fall through or getting sick. ..Read More

    Sagacious Questions Season 3 Episode 1, By Dolapo Aina

    Sagacious Questions Season 3 Episode 1, By Dolapo Aina

    Isn’t it apparent a lot of show hosts and Hollywood celebrities are portraying a form of moral Godliness which is devoid of and isn’t Holiness? Did you know that Rwanda is evolving into the Conference Capital of the World? After the thrills of the Brazil World Cup and with the signings of players by different clubs; isn’t it appar. ..Read More

    African Leaders Hosted To A White House Dinner + Photo Session To Conclude US Africa Summit

    African Leaders Hosted To A White House Dinner + Photo Session To Conclude US Africa Summit

    African leaders were hosted at the White House recently as they partook of the US Africa Summit held on Tuesday 5th August 2014 in the blue room of the White House in Washington DC, USA. African leaders from Nigeria, Ghana, Uganda, Angola, Seychelles, Cameroon, Senegal and more were hosted to a dinner at the white house and after the dinner Pres. ..Read More

    Watch A Heart-Wrenching Spoken Word Piece By Theresa Lola Saying “Bring Back Our Girls”

    Watch A Heart-Wrenching Spoken Word Piece By Theresa Lola Saying “Bring Back Our Girls”

    Over a hundred days since 200 plus girls were abducted from their beds in a school in Chibok, Borno State, Nigeria and these girls are yet to be released by their abductors who are part of Islamist terror group Boko Haram. Over a hundred days and in many ways the world has not forgotten as protests are still being held, voices are still bei. ..Read More

    Kenyan-American Artist Jamila Okubo Talks About Her Inspirations For Her Paintings, The Stories Behind Some Of Her Pieces & More

    Kenyan-American Artist Jamila Okubo Talks About Her Inspirations For Her Paintings, The Stories Behind Some Of Her Pieces & More

    Jamila Okubo is a Kenyan-American illustrator, painter, and pattern and textile designer. Based in New York, she’s also a student at Parsons the New School for Design. Inspired by African American history, Kenyan textiles, and fashion, Okubo creates patterns and textiles that speak to all of these interests, but grounds them in her own experien. ..Read More

    “Because Of Them, We Can...” Project Features A Younger Janelle Monae, Barack Obama, Maya Angelou & More

    “Because Of Them, We Can...” Project Features A Younger Janelle Monae, Barack Obama, Maya Angelou & More

    This amazing photo campaign for kids where African-American children pose as the great African Americans of our past and present that helped PoC to become who they are now, started out as a project for Black History Month. The photographer behind the project, Eunique J. Gibson, then realized that doing this for only 28 days out of the month of. ..Read More

    FAB Health: Modupe Ozolua Changes Name Of NGO From “BEARS Foundation” To “Body Enhancement Foundation”

    FAB Health: Modupe Ozolua Changes Name Of NGO From “BEARS Foundation” To “Body Enhancement Foundation”

    Modupe Ozolua will always be the first person who brought the idea of cosmetic surgery to Nigeria and actually making that idea a possibility with the creation of her Body Enhancement Ltd company back in 2001. She can also be right called the first person who brought reconstructive surgery to Nigeria with the charity arm of her company called BEARS. ..Read More

    FAB Culture:  Artist Catherine Young Creates Futuristic Perfumes Smell Like Things That Will Be Destroyed By Climate Change

    FAB Culture: Artist Catherine Young Creates Futuristic Perfumes Smell Like Things That Will Be Destroyed By Climate Change

    In order to preserve some memories and smells that will be subject to change because of the climatic changes, one artist has created a line of perfumes that bottle up the scent of things that are being threatened by climate change. Think coasts, honey, wine, coffee, and more. As climate change worsens, so will our collective sense of loss. Coast. ..Read More

    Happy for 100 Days in a Row? 11 Things the #100HappyDayChallenge Taught Me

    Happy for 100 Days in a Row? 11 Things the #100HappyDayChallenge Taught Me

    Happy doesn’t begin to describe it. I feel ecstatic to announce I have successfully completed my #100HappyDayChallenge. Coming across the experiment exactly 100 days ago I went over to the website to register my details and off I went on one of the most revelatory journeys of my life. Revelatory, because I am an eternal realist (Some may even, and. ..Read More

    FAB Culture: 12 Quotes To Remember Nelson Mandela With On His Birthday

    FAB Culture: 12 Quotes To Remember Nelson Mandela With On His Birthday

    Today marks what should have been the 96th birthday of a true African leader, Nelson Mandela. It's Nelson Mandela International Day, a day of service celebrated on July 18, Mandela's birthday. The day was unanimously approved in 2009 by the U.N. General Assembly. It was created to honor Mandela and inspire others to carry on his efforts to "take. ..Read More

    FAB Culture: Art Polaroids Identity Through Surrealism By Cuban Artist, Maria Magdalena Campos Pons

    FAB Culture: Art Polaroids Identity Through Surrealism By Cuban Artist, Maria Magdalena Campos Pons

    Maria Magdalena Campos Pons (August 22, 1959) is a Cuban-born artist based in Boston. Her many works have focused on history, race, gender, memory, and the formation of identity. She works primarily in photography, performance, audio-visual media, and sculpture. Maria Magdalena’s background is intriguing because Maria is of Yoruba (Nigerian). ..Read More

    FAB News: Kenyan Novelist Okwiri Oduor Wins Caine Prize For African Writing & Speaks To BBC Newsday About Winning

    FAB News: Kenyan Novelist Okwiri Oduor Wins Caine Prize For African Writing & Speaks To BBC Newsday About Winning

    Kenyan author Okwiri Oduor has won the 2014 Caine Prize for African Writing for her short story My Father’s Head. Described as "Joycean in its reach," the Kenyan author's short story My Father's Head is named winner of £10,000 award. Described as “an uplifting story about mourning,” Nairobi-born Oduor’s 2013 work begins with the narrator's a. ..Read More

    FAB Culture: Ivorian Artist Joana Choumali Takes On Facial Scarifications With “Hââbré, The Last Generation” Portraits

    FAB Culture: Ivorian Artist Joana Choumali Takes On Facial Scarifications With “Hââbré, The Last Generation” Portraits

    Ivorian artist Joana Choumali is one artist we love her works. Her latest project, Hââbré, the last generation documents a fading generation of Abidjan citizens with facial scarifications. The portraits carry a tremendous raw truth with them. As the practice becomes more uncommon in Cote d’Ivoire and other African countries, Joana Choumali d. ..Read More

    FAB Read: “They Used To Be Boys” By Esther F. Edoho

    FAB Read: “They Used To Be Boys” By Esther F. Edoho

    Esther F. Edoho is a Nigerian poet. In her latest poem ‘They Used To Be Boys’ she tries to pass a message across; when it comes down to it, there is no tribe or religion. We are all God's children and this war is hurting us all. The poem was inspired by the sole desire for peace in Nigeria. Speaking on the poem she says, “I think we've gotten to. ..Read More

    FAB Health: Ebola Virus Epidemic – What It Is And How To Keep You And Your Loved Ones Safe

    FAB Health: Ebola Virus Epidemic – What It Is And How To Keep You And Your Loved Ones Safe

    With new reports that the deadly Ebola Virus has spread to West African country Ghana, it is time to start speaking about this epidemic that has no cure yet. A few weeks ago it was reported that the Ebola Virus was rampant in countries like Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea where 400 out of 759 deaths were Ebola cases. African ministers and . ..Read More

    FAB Opinion: “Africa’s 2014 World Cup Journey Ends As Gallant Algeria Loses To Germany” By Damilola Orehin

    FAB Opinion: “Africa’s 2014 World Cup Journey Ends As Gallant Algeria Loses To Germany” By Damilola Orehin

    It was a bitter-sweet end to the Africa adventure at the on-going FIFA World Cup in Brazil last night, as the continents last remaining representative at the mundial – Algeria bowed owed, albeit in greatly impressive fashion, after a performance which no one apart from they themselves expected. Playing against a mighty German team who are fa. ..Read More

    FAB Opinion: “Defeated But Not Disgraced – French Hurdle Proves Too High To Scale For Super Eagles” By Damilola Orehin

    FAB Opinion: “Defeated But Not Disgraced – French Hurdle Proves Too High To Scale For Super Eagles” By Damilola Orehin

    The exciting – if not topsy-turvy campaign of Nigeria’s Super Eagles at the 2014 FIFA World Cup came to an abrupt end yesterday, as the team lost 0-2 to France in their second round clash. The disappointment of losing was however compensated by the brave showing of the rather less-fancied Super Eagles who matched the French - shot for shot and kick. ..Read More

    FAB Opinion: “Algeria Brave The Odds To Join Nigeria In 2nd Round Of 2014 World Cup” By Damilola Orehin

    FAB Opinion: “Algeria Brave The Odds To Join Nigeria In 2nd Round Of 2014 World Cup” By Damilola Orehin

    Despite the FIF rankings which rated them as the number 1 team in Africa, not many gave Algeria the chance to make any impact at the ongoing Brazil 2014 world cup, classifying them alongside teams like Honduras as teams that would be on the plane back home early but Algeria have defied all odds to qualify for the second round, something the likes o. ..Read More

    FAB Opinion: “Nothing To Dance About As promising Ghanaian World Cup Campaign Ends With A Whimper” Damilola Orehin

    FAB Opinion: “Nothing To Dance About As promising Ghanaian World Cup Campaign Ends With A Whimper” Damilola Orehin

    The Ghanaian national football team, the ‘Black Stars’ are as well known for their exciting dancing celebrations after scoring as for their pulsating brand of football but yesterday evening in Brazil, both aspects were lacking, evidenced best by the lack of any celebration whatsoever when Asamoah Gyan scored his record-breaking equalizing goal, as . ..Read More

    FAB Opinion: “What Messi Can Do, Musa Can Do Too! Nigeria Into World Cup 2nd Round After Five-Goal Thriller” By Damilola Orehin

    FAB Opinion: “What Messi Can Do, Musa Can Do Too! Nigeria Into World Cup 2nd Round After Five-Goal Thriller” By Damilola Orehin

    It was a match that had everything – goals, saves, drama, suspense, sublime skills, breathtaking saves and sharp twists of fate, with both teams really having a go at each other and so at the end, it was only fitting that the two teams which played their part in it deservedly qualified from their World Cup into the second round. For the Super Eagle. ..Read More

    FAB Opinion: “Ivorian Dream Cut Short By Refereeing Blunder As ‘Golden Generation’ Becomes 2nd Eliminated African Side” By Damilola Orehin

    FAB Opinion: “Ivorian Dream Cut Short By Refereeing Blunder As ‘Golden Generation’ Becomes 2nd Eliminated African Side” By Damilola Orehin

    The irony of life was exhibited in a picture of contrasting fortunes last night when the final whistle in the match between Greece and the Ivory Coast was blown. The wild, pandemonium-inducing, crazy celebration of the Greeks was the exact opposite of the tears and scenes of despairing heartbreak of the Ivorians. However, it should have been the ot. ..Read More

    FAB Opinion: “Home-Bound Cameroon Finally Show Some Spirit But Neymar’s Brazil Prove Too Hot To Handle” By Damilola Orehin

    FAB Opinion: “Home-Bound Cameroon Finally Show Some Spirit But Neymar’s Brazil Prove Too Hot To Handle” By Damilola Orehin

    That Cameroon would be on the flight out of Brazil after their match against hosts Brazil last night was already a given. What remained to be seen however was how much more embarrassment the team from West/Central Africa would suffer, going by the rather shameful displays the team had put up since the tournament began. Indeed, many pundits feared t. ..Read More

    FAB Opinion: “Algeria Trounce South Korea 4-2 To Boost Second Round Qualification Hopes” By Damilola Orehin

    FAB Opinion: “Algeria Trounce South Korea 4-2 To Boost Second Round Qualification Hopes” By Damilola Orehin

    After narrowly losing their opening match 0-1, the ‘Desert Foxes’ of Algeria knew that anything short of a victory would almost certainly mean an early exit from the tournament and they produced the goods in fine style as they walloped South Korea 4-2, becoming the first African side to score four goals in a single World Cup match. In what m. ..Read More

    FAB Opinion: “Ghana’s Black Stars Battle Mighty Germany To A Standstill With 2-2 Draw” By Damilola Orehin

    FAB Opinion: “Ghana’s Black Stars Battle Mighty Germany To A Standstill With 2-2 Draw” By Damilola Orehin

    After losing to the USA in their opening match in what was their easiest match on paper, not many gave the Ghanaian national team – the ‘Black Stars’ any chance of obtaining a result against the mighty Germans who had walloped Portugal 4-0 in their previous match but the boys from Ghana were having none of that, as they played their part in the bes. ..Read More

    FAB Opinion: “Eagles End 16 Year Hoodoo With Thrilling Victory Over Bosnia” By Damilola Orehin

    FAB Opinion: “Eagles End 16 Year Hoodoo With Thrilling Victory Over Bosnia” By Damilola Orehin

    The taste of victory is sweet! Yes very sweet and Nigerian football lovers collectively experienced this great taste on the night of Saturday the 21st of June 2014, as the Super Eagles of Nigeria ended the country’s 16-year wait for a victory at the FIFA World Cup when they defeated Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1-0. From Emmanuel Emenike to Osaze Ode. ..Read More

    FAB Opinion: “Gervinho Wonder-Goal Not Enough As Unlucky Ivory Coast Go Down 1-2 To Colombia” By Damilola Orehin

    FAB Opinion: “Gervinho Wonder-Goal Not Enough As Unlucky Ivory Coast Go Down 1-2 To Colombia” By Damilola Orehin

    One would be forgiven for thinking it was Lionel Messi in action, when Ivory Coast forward, Gervinho made a mess of three defenders as he scored the goal of the day in Ivory Coast’s match against Columbia at the ongoing World Cup but his strike was not enough to guarantee victory, as his side had already conceded two goals. The Ivoirians cam. ..Read More

    FAB Opinion: “Shambolic Cameroon Lose Their Heads & The Match To Get Kicked Out Of World Cup” By Damilola Orehin

    FAB Opinion: “Shambolic Cameroon Lose Their Heads & The Match To Get Kicked Out Of World Cup” By Damilola Orehin

    Everything that could go wrong did do for the ‘Indomitable Lions’ of Cameroon yesterday night, as they became the first African team to be knocked out of the ongoing 2014 World Cup in Brazil. After Samuel Eto missed the match through injury, seeing Alex Song’s moment of madness, the team’s shambolic defending and aimless attacking and finally, Beno. ..Read More

    FAB Opinion: “Algeria’s Desert Foxes Downed 2-1 By Belgium’s Red Devils Despite Brave Performance” By Damilola Orehin

    FAB Opinion: “Algeria’s Desert Foxes Downed 2-1 By Belgium’s Red Devils Despite Brave Performance” By Damilola Orehin

    The Algerian national team, the ‘Desert Foxes’ arrived at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil as the highest ranked African team but with no major accomplishment in recallable memory, no star player and an unknown coach, the team was seen by many as one of the teams alongside the likes of Honduras and Iran who were present only to make up the numbers. . ..Read More

    FAB Opinion: “Ghana’s Black Stars Dimmed By USA’s Stars & Stripes In Epic Battle” By Damilola Orehin

    FAB Opinion: “Ghana’s Black Stars Dimmed By USA’s Stars & Stripes In Epic Battle” By Damilola Orehin

    After the last two world cups in Germany in 2006 and South Africa in 2010, American football (or should we say soccer) lovers must have been sick and tired of the sight of the Ghanaian national football team and anything directly or remotely related to Ghanaian football, as the American team were knocked out of both tournaments by the African team . ..Read More

    FAB Gist: The Guide To World Cup Sex Rules - Nigerian Team Allowed Only With Wives, France Allowed If It Doesn't Last All Night & More!

    FAB Gist: The Guide To World Cup Sex Rules - Nigerian Team Allowed Only With Wives, France Allowed If It Doesn't Last All Night & More!

    Things are taking an interesting turn in Brazil as some head coaches have laid down ground rules when it comes to sex, in order to ensure their team's best chance to win the 2014 FIFA World Cup. There is even a outlining who can get down and who has to enter temporary celibacy for the duration of the games: Germany, Spain, USA, Australia, Italy,. ..Read More

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    FAB Opinion: "Super Eagles Flap & Flutter But Fail To Fly Against Iran; Yet Qualification Is Possible" By Damilola Orehin

    When the draws of the grouping of the ongoing 2014 World Cup were made back in December, fans of the Super Eagles and the team’s handlers felt quite confident of qualifying from the group and justifiably so. Argentina aside, the reigning African champions were supposed to have little if any problem in dispatching off Bosnia which is making its firs. ..Read More

    FAB News: Award-Winning Kenyan Documentary

    FAB News: Award-Winning Kenyan Documentary "Donkey Island" Premieres On Al Jazeera

    On Sunday, June 15 2014, Al Jazeera journeyed to Lamu, off the coast of Mombasa, to meet the residents of the fascinating place known as Donkey Island. Lamu is populated by 24,000 people, 6,000 donkeys and just two cars. Nominated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lamu is called ‘the donkey capital of Africa.’ Shee Famao is 14 and preparing t. ..Read More

    FAB Video: 20 World Cup 2014 Country Theme Songs You Should Know

    FAB Video: 20 World Cup 2014 Country Theme Songs You Should Know

    As we count down for the 2014 FIFA World Cup (and the whole world counts down with us) we can feel the excitement in the air and we cannot wait for the festivities and the camaraderie spirit that takes over the whole world when football season starts! One thing that brings the world together is music and one other thing that brings the world. ..Read More

    FAB News: 2014 FIFA World Cup Starts Today! Check Out The Matches For The First 2 Weeks

    FAB News: 2014 FIFA World Cup Starts Today! Check Out The Matches For The First 2 Weeks

    The 2014 FIFA world cup starts today (and the world will be watching), and we are superduper excited about it! As we gear up for the opening ceremony and anticipate the sweaty passionate matches that will follow, we take a look at the fixtures for the next 14 days. The 2014 Fifa World Cup begins with hosts Brazil playing the tournament opener a. ..Read More

    FAB Opinion: Scout Willis And The #FreeTheNipple Protest Is Yet Another First World Problem

    FAB Opinion: Scout Willis And The #FreeTheNipple Protest Is Yet Another First World Problem

    Scout Willis, daughter of actress Demi Moore and actor Bruce Willis staged a social media protest against Instagram’s nudity policy last week as she took to the streets of New York City topless while also using her Twitter account to post pictures for a #FreeTheNipple campaign. In the two pictures posted Scout Willis is wearing a flowing colourf. ..Read More

    FAB Entertainment: 11 African Footballers To Look Out For At The World Cup

    FAB Entertainment: 11 African Footballers To Look Out For At The World Cup

    The 20th Fifa World Cup heads to Brazil between 12 June and 13 July 2014 and we are looking forward to an African team getting to the Semi final, if not bringing the cup back to Africa. As much as we have expectations for African teams we look forward to seeing African players make their names too. Let’s meet the top 11 players we look forward t. ..Read More

    FAB Opinion: Why do Rihanna's Tits Bother Us All so Much?

    FAB Opinion: Why do Rihanna's Tits Bother Us All so Much?

    Unless you're living under a rock, by now you would have seen Rihanna's bold nearly nude look at the CFDA Awards where she picked up a Fashion Icon gong. Rihanna's response was typically irreverent to to the furore her sartorial choice at the CFDA Awards, "My tits bother you? They are covered it Swarovski crystals, girl." Sure the completely. ..Read More

    FAB News: ‘African Start-Up’ On CNN International Features Founder of Nigeria’s First Recycling Company, Bilikiss Abiola

    FAB News: ‘African Start-Up’ On CNN International Features Founder of Nigeria’s First Recycling Company, Bilikiss Abiola

    This week’s ‘African Start-Up’ on CNN International features Bilikiss Abiola, founder and CEO of Nigeria’s first recycling company, Wecyclers Corporation. Abiola tells ‘African Start-Up’ how she’s using her recycling business to help unemployed youth raise money to reach their goals, and also to encourage and educate Nigerians about waste ma. ..Read More

    FAB News: #BringBackOurGirls: Funmi Iyanda, Julius Agwu, Toke Makinwa, Denrele, Others Light A Candle For The Chibok Girls

    FAB News: #BringBackOurGirls: Funmi Iyanda, Julius Agwu, Toke Makinwa, Denrele, Others Light A Candle For The Chibok Girls

    Joining the #BringBackOurGirls and movement and ensuring the conversation is not forgotten; celebrities and dignitaries at the launch of Chude Jideonwo’s book ‘Are We The Turning Point Generation’ lit a candle and raised cards in solidarity with the missing Chibok girls. The personalities who marched out accompanied by Timi Dakolo singing ‘There. ..Read More

    FAB News: Book Tour For Chude Jideonwo's

    FAB News: Book Tour For Chude Jideonwo's "Are We The Turning Point Generation?" Kicks Off In Johannesburg

    Media entrepreneur and young African leader, Chude Jideonwo has kicked off the global tour for his new book. A book reading for the book, Are We the Turning Point Generation? held on Saturday, 17 May 2014 at the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. The event, which attracted young leaders from across Africa, was hosted by Med. ..Read More

    FAB Opinion: Where Are The African Leaders In The #BringBackOurGirls Campaign?

    FAB Opinion: Where Are The African Leaders In The #BringBackOurGirls Campaign?

    It's amazing that we are on Day 24 of looking for the missing schoolgirls from Chibok in Nigeria's Borno State and after 24 days Nigeria has seen little or no support from African countries. In a time where social media has been able to bring countries together with people showing support from New Zealand, France, Australia, Ireland and more - n. ..Read More

    FAB Opinion: Linda Okello & The

    FAB Opinion: Linda Okello & The "Tight Scandal" - Must Women Be Seen By What They Wear?

    A few days ago there was a media scandal in Kenya with Twitter exploding over a policewoman, Linda Okello being reprimanded for her dressing. According to her superiors her skirt was "inappropriate" dressing seeing as it was too tight. Even though Corporal Linda Okello explained that the skirt was part of her official uniform she was summoned by th. ..Read More

    News: Clippers owner Donald Sterling banned from the Clippers league for life

    News: Clippers owner Donald Sterling banned from the Clippers league for life

    This is one good news we have all been waiting for! The newly appointed NBA commissioner Adam Silver banned the Clippers boss (Donald Sterling) from the league for life. Silver made the announcement in a news conference yesterday and his decision is fueled by the national outrage over Sterling's racist comments to his girlfriend V.Stiviano (read. ..Read More

    FAB Social: #TalentTuesday! Nigerian-Born British Artist, Sokari Douglas Camp

    FAB Social: #TalentTuesday! Nigerian-Born British Artist, Sokari Douglas Camp

    We love #TalentTuesday because it gives us an opportunity to appreciate African art as well as African-inspired art! Today our focus is on Sokari Douglas Camp, a sculptor. Her primary material is steel and her sculptures refer to her Nigerian roots and international issues. She constructs large-scale sculptures and she was one of the short liste. ..Read More

    FAB Entertainment: Beyonce, Okonjo Iweala, Ory Okollo and more! Meet Time's 100 Most Influential black women

    FAB Entertainment: Beyonce, Okonjo Iweala, Ory Okollo and more! Meet Time's 100 Most Influential black women

    Yesterday Time Magazine released its annual list of the 100 Most Influential People in the World which included names like Pharrel Williams, Barack Obama, and top black women who also made the list- Kerry Washington, Ory Okollo, Beyonce, Okonjo Iweala, and more. Find out more about Time's Most Influential black women below: 1. Beyonce. ..Read More

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