On Popsicles this week, Halimat Magaji, fashionista, YouTuber, and social media influencer talks about her career, what life means to her, and the most embarrassing moments with brands she had worked with.
Detective inspector Melanie Pressley reads a statement on behalf of the parents of a six-year-old French boy who was thrown from a viewing platform at London's Tate Modern on August 2019, and who is still receiving constant care in the hospital, saying there are "no words" to express what they are going through. The man who pushed him, Jonty Bravery, was on Friday jailed for life.
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to affect every aspect of life, real estate company Alphacrux carried out a survey to determine the impact of the pandemic on the residential real estate market in Lagos. Alphacrux CEO, Tobi Adama joins CNBC Africa more.
Decades after he took his own life, Kurt Cobain's guitar from the legendary MTV Unplugged performance has been sold at auction in Beverly Hills. The instrument sold for $6 million after a bidding war, smashing the previous record for an auctioned guitar.
The coronavirus pandemic has put life on pause for millions of people. Important life events and milestones have had to be canceled or postponed forever to help protect lives and properties. However, a few have been able to find a way around the seemingly dire situation.
Lagos, after being locked down for weeks, practically bounced back to life on Monday after the government eased its stay-at-home order with a less restrictive directive demanding residents to observe social distancing and sport facemasks in public places. GuardianTV went around Lagos to observe the level of compliance.
As of April 2, more than 200,000 patients have recovered from coronavirus infection, Nigeria has also recorded her share cases of discharged patients. Yes, many have lost their lives to the deadly virus, there some that are living proof that the virus is not necessarily a death sentence. Stay healthy, stay home, stay safe and don’t relent in observing the proper hygiene during this period.
From the eerie quiet on the streets of Paris and the heroic self-sacrifice of Italian medical staff to the shock of still-crowded beaches in Florida and the must-read books to turn to in times of coronavirus, self-confined host François Picard chats with The Daily Beast's Christopher Dickey in an unprecedented off-set format of The World This Week.
It's now been nine years since the start of the war in Syria – and Syrian civilians are still dying and seeking safety as refugees. Our guest is a doctor who spent five years treating patients under the missiles and bombs of the Syrian regime and its Russian backers in Eastern Ghouta. Dr. Amani Ballour was just 25 years old and fresh out of medical school when the siege began. Her experiences and eventual evacuation were the subject of a documentary, "The Cave", which was nominated at this year's Oscars.