Five killed in New York City helicopter crash
A helicopter carrying six people crashed in New York City's East River, killing all five passengers. The injured pilot however freed himself.
Ike Ekweremadu denies calling for military coup
I never called for a military coup, and I never said the military was planning any coup, says Deputy President of the Nigerian Senate.
Hiring for your business
6 ways to ensure you get the right people to grow your business.
Awo Vs Zik and how it affects southern Nigeria today
Since 1951, the Igbo have chosen to ally with ‘the North’ against the Yoruba, and the Yoruba have similarly chosen to join forces with ‘the North’ against the Igbo. Here is why this ‘rift’ should end.
All hail Xi, China;s 'Chairman of Everything'
China’s parliament paves the way for Xi Jinping to become ‘President for Life’.
Kenya's president and opposition leader pledge to heal divisions
Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition leader Raila Odinga promise to unite the country after elections last year in which around 100 people were killed mainly in clashes between opposition supporters and security forces.
Pal-V puts the world's first flying car up for sale
For between €299,000 and €499,000 you can get your own flying car…along with compulsory flying lessons.
Williams off to winning start in WTA return
Serena Williams wins her first competitive game since she gave birth to her daughter.
AFN’s jaw-dropping excuse for ‘missing $150,000’ IAAF money is a sad joke!
What happened to the $150,000 the IAAF erroneously sent to the Athletics Federation of Nigeria?
The big business of women's fitness in Nigeria
Lessons sport promoters and administrators in Nigeria can learn from the superstars of the country’s fitness industry.
Sweeping Against the Odds
Every morning, hundreds of sweepers line the highways and roads in order to keep our cities and towns clean. Among them are elderly and young women, exposed to road hazards, and rewarded with meagre wages