Tuesday, December 25, 2018


It was fun fare at the recently concluded Born in Africa Festival as Awilo Longomba, who is one of the Congo's finest musicians, and some Nigerian artistes thrilled guests to superlative performances. The event was organized by Access Bank Plc to drive innovation and support creative talents. The show was opened by a performance by Falz the Bahd Guy as super models simultaneously graced the stage with their presence and dress designs by South Africa’s David Tlale.
The roller coaster of performances had only just taken off when Olamide, Kizz Daniel, Yemi Alade, Awilo Longomba, Tiwa Savage, Burna Boy, D’Banj and South Africa’s Sho Madjozi, took guests on a journey with their energetic performances.

Tuesday, December 4, 2018


On 2nd December 2018 in South Africa, Global Citizen brought together its largest contingency of heads of state, dignitaries, a group of the world’s most talented artists and influencers, and thousands of global citizens to celebrate the centenary of Nelson Mandela. Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 set a historic stage for not only donor countries but also for African countries standing up for his hope for the future, making sure that Africa was standing up and getting its voice heard.
At the event, His Excellency Cyril Ramaphosa, President of South Africa, addressed FNB Stadium and viewers around the world with a message of Global Citizenship, committing RAND 2 million for youth in South Africa, and announcing the government’s intention to spend RAND 6 billion to provide free access to school for poor children in South Africa.
Celebrities that graced the event included top popstars, Beyonce and husband Jay-Z; Ed Sheeran, Usher; Model Naomi Campbell, Chris Martin, Pharrell Williams and Oprah Winfrey.

Beyonce and Jay-Z

Beyonce in a duet with Ed Sheeran

Chris Martin and Pharrell Williams in join-performance

Usher in dazzling performance

Soweto Gospel Choir

The Audience