May2018

  • 15 HACKS AND TIPS FOR GROWING LONGER HAIR

    Whether you’re trying to grow out a haircut that didn’t go exactly as planned or have a specific long style you’re working toward, proper maintenance is key when you’re trying to grow your hair out. Beauty vlogger Tiffany Ma, who herself boasts especially long locks — that’s her pictured above...
  • Nigeria’s Uche Ofodile appointed CEO MTN Liberia, WOMEN STAY WINNING

    Uche’s career cuts across the fields of marketing, advertising, and public relations gave her a diverse foundation in the automotive, consulting, higher education, and broadcasting industries in Europe, the United States and Africa. In her previous role as CEO for Tigo DRC, she successfully transformed the business strategy of...
  • A WOMAN IS NOT AN OPTION BUT A PRIORITY

    “Women are suppressed, oppressed, and marginalized in the matter of sharing the available opportunities for fulfillment of their lives, despite the fact that every woman works for the development of her family, her husband, and children. This picture of women is not something new or unique only to India....
  • A Rihanna ‘Vogue’ Cover Is Here

    Vogue released its June 2018 cover on Thursday morning and finally, some good news: Photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, Rihanna, wearing Dolce & Gabbana, has garnered her fifth cover for the fashion publication. Nonetheless, Fans are anticipating for the songstress to drop another album. Recently she reassured fans that...
  • HOW THIS MILLENNIAL MUSIC PRODUCER SHAKIRA BOLES GIVES WOMEN A SEAT AT THE TABLE

    Boles is currently expanding her brand to promote self-awareness and women empowerment in the music industry as well technology through music production. She’s been featured in the Los Angeles Times, Complex, BET and Nylon as a musical force to be reckoned with. Through speaking engagements and producer clinics, she’s...
  • HOW THIS MODEL AND GENOCIDE SURVIVOR MASTERED THE POWER OF FORGIVENESS

    ”The Tutsis had been dominant for centuries and were the elite, but we were only 15% of the population. When the Belgians left after the independence of Rwanda in 1962, the Hutus feared that the Tutsis would turn against them, so they decided to take care of the matter...
  • OLA OREKUNRIN, THE FLYING DOCTOR DELIVERING EMERGENCY HEALTHCARE TO AFRICA

    Logistics is one of the greatest problems in global health. Often when a person becomes ill, the help they require is available somewhere but they are unable to access it in time. Many people die because they are simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. My youngest...
  • WOMEN SAFETY AT PUBLIC TRANSPORT

    The women’s rights champion initiated its pilot project from the provincial capital by kickstarting an awareness campaign for women about prevention from harassment at public places. The UN Women, in cooperation with the Lahore Transport Company (LTC), last month, initiated a women safety helpline to address actual safety issues...
  • Africa’s richest heiress and distiller- Tabitha Karanje

    Tabitha Karanja was born in Kenton Kijabe, Kenya, where she was brought up in a family of 10 children. Being the first-born child, she wanted to achieve at an early age. Tabitha attended the Bahati Girls Secondary School, one of the best schools in the country, and its current...