The film — the first feature-length film to show at the festival — deals with "the bravery of women".
Locals see solutions to both oil crisis and unemployment in legalising small bush refineries in Niger Delta.
From 1977 to 1985, Onyeabor released nine albums of electro-funk, which he recorded, pressed and printed at his personal pressing plant.
The country is pushing cashew production to cash in on the international demand for the kernels.
Amidst the lowest growth level in sub-Saharan Africa in more than two decades, a report predicts unemployment will rise to 201-million worldwide.
Beijing regards Taiwan as a renegade province, ineligible for state-to-state relations, and to be taken back by force if necessary
Several countries across Africa are overburdened by a lack of space and financial support for refugees.
Lack of industry confidence may be the biggest challenge for young female entrepreneurs.
Significant challenges exist in terms of Africa’s political stability, underdeveloped infrastructure, poor education and under-diversified economies.
Rampant e-fraud in Nigeria’s banking system is making it hard to persuade more people to open bank accounts.
Who is the Oba of Benin Kingdom in Nigeria and why is he so important to so many people?
The longer that student protests remain unresolved, the more intractable their unintended consequences will become.
Since the outbreak of Ebola in west Africa a number of countries have launched information campaigns to curb the consumption of bushmeat.
The government will meet with community leaders and militant leaders hoping to put an end to armed attacks that have dented the country’s oil output.
Nigeria is struggling with its first recession in 25 years and critics say Buhari was slow to respond to the crisis.
Continued strikes in Nigeria's health care sector has meant that many patients go without much-needed care.
The Nigerian government on Thursday announced that Boko Haram had released 21 of the more than 200 Chibok schoolgirls kidnapped in 2014.
The statement did not explicitly say whether the Nigerian army considered the man in the video to be Shekau.
There is no justification for such a policy in Lagos. Policies should be founded on research and evidence-based practices