Saudi Arabia opens to foreign investors, relaxes tourist rules
Saudi Arabia threw open its doors on Friday to foreign tourists when she launched a new visa regime for 49 countries and appealed to foreign investors to invest in a sector it hopes should contribute 10% of gross domestic product by 2030.
On International Day of The Girl Child, we had a chat with some teenage girls
The world commemorated the International Day of the Girl Child on Friday, October 11, 2019, to highlight and draw attention towards the challenges that girls face. We spoke to some teenage girls on what it means to be a girl child in Nigeria. Some of the responses would shock you.
Tyler Perry unveils first black owned costly and luxurious studio in Atlanta
American actor, writer, producer, and director Tyler Perry has unveiled a self-named studio in Atlanta. The multi-million dollar studios were built on a 330-acre complex containing 12 sound stages and is said to be reportedly larger than those owned by Warner Bros., Walt Disney and Paramount combined.
Entrepreneurs speaks on how tech is driving mobility in Africa
The future of mobility is fast becoming electrically powered, available on-demand via smart devices, and self-driving using artificial intelligence. TechCabal brings mobility entrepreneurs together to talk about the transition to better asset utilisation and smarter systems.
Taiwo Akinkunmi shares the lost detail about the Nigerian flag at 59
Taiwo Akinkunmi was a 23-year-old student at the time he designed the Nigerian flag in 1959. Now in his eighties, he sat with GuardianTV his modest house in Ibadan, the Oyo state capital, to share one lost important detail about the Nigerian flag.