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Exhibition of Nigerian arts, crafts enhances job creation, poverty reduction – Awolowo

MR Olusegun Awolowo, former Executive Director, Nigerian Export…
20th August 2022/by PLCEW

African Development Bank Board approves $170 million for investment in Nigeria’s digital and creative start-ups

The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank has…
6th August 2022/by PLCEW

Better access to stories can improve adolescent lives in Africa

Members of South Africa’s Zip Zap Circus.
25th June 2020/by PLCEW

Nigeria’s queer literature offers a new way of looking at blackness

Author Akwaeke Emezi.
Theo Wargo/WireImage
20th June 2020/by PLCEW

African crime and detective fiction reshapes the genre

Alexis Huguet/AFP/Getty Images
18th June 2020/by PLCEW

Cape Town’s creative firms are business innovators – but they’re vulnerable

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22nd May 2020/by PLCEW


21st May 2020/by PLCEW

Why Nigerians living abroad love to watch Nollywood movies

Director Kunle Afolayan, actress/singer…
24th March 2020/by PLCEW

Netflix Naija: creative freedom in Nigeria’s emerging digital space?

Back row (From L-R): Banky W, Ted Sarandos…
20th March 2020/by PLCEW

Pride Lagos Creative Enterprise Team And Advisory Board Set To Be Announced December 1, 2018

The Inaugural edition of the Pride Lagos Creative Enterprise…
20th November 2018/by PLCEW
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