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Chronicling the African Renaissance

Ayiba Magazine

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Nigerian startup Releaf secures $120,000 investment to support African Agribusinesses
2 months ago

Nigerian startup Releaf secures $120,000 investment to support African Agribusinesses

Since 1960, agriculture has served as the backbone of Nigeria’s economy, and yet there still remain endless opportunities for growth in agricultural value chains. Releaf is driving this growth by …
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Medixus: Dispelling the myth of African doctors not being “good enough”
2 months ago

Medixus: Dispelling the myth of African doctors not being “good enough”

Having always been a particularly curious person with a love for understanding how things worked, Nicole Kayode studied Natural Sciences: Organic Chemistry & Biomedical Science at University College London and …
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Time Redeems All Things: The Timeless Genius of Woman
2 months ago

Time Redeems All Things: The Timeless Genius of Woman

I enjoyed reading the book, “E=MC²: A Biography of the World’s Most Famous Equation,” by David Bodanis. That’s the mass-energy equivalence formula propounded by Einstein.

West Africa’s #1 Fashion Retailer, Polo Avenue unveils the Part 2 of its #PoloMuse Campaign
2 months ago

West Africa’s #1 Fashion Retailer, Polo Avenue unveils the Part 2 of its #PoloMuse Campaign

The campaign finds its musings celebrating attraction as a symbol of love while accentuating the brand’s elegant lifestyle.

“Part II of Muse is a story of empowerment & inspiration while …
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One Day I Too Go Fly: The experiences of four African students at MIT
2 months ago

One Day I Too Go Fly: The experiences of four African students at MIT

One Day I Too Go Fly is a feature-length film documenting the experiences of four African students during their four years of studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). …
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Keloid: A supernatural web series by the Black TV & Film Collective
2 months ago

Keloid: A supernatural web series by the Black TV & Film Collective

Keloid is a supernatural suspense drama focused on a mother and son’s journey to wrestle his newfound supernatural powers under control, and hide out from mistakes in their past that haunt (and …
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#AyibaReads: Our favorite books this summer by Black authors
2 months ago

#AyibaReads: Our favorite books this summer by Black authors

Here’s a list of books to read this summer recommended by the editors of Ayiba. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did! Click on the book titles …
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Zuriel Oduwole, 14-year old phenom launches First Film Class program in Namibia
2 months ago

Zuriel Oduwole, 14-year old phenom launches First Film Class program in Namibia

Five years ago at the age of 9, young Zuriel Oduwole wanted to do something very different from the rest of her history class group, who were tasked to tell the …
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Are Black Women also a Double Minority in Income Inequality?
2 months ago

Are Black Women also a Double Minority in Income Inequality?

On the face of it, it appears tenable that black women in America, who experience the intersectionality of marginalization by race and gender concern themselves with the wage gap by …
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Kickstarter Campaign for Documentary Filmed between MIT and Africa over 4 Years Launched
2 months ago

Kickstarter Campaign for Documentary Filmed between MIT and Africa over 4 Years Launched

One Day I Too Go Fly Inc, an independent production company creating films exploring new narratives about Africans and Africa in a globalized age, has launched a new Kickstarter crowdfunding …
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