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WCW: Nyaradzo Mashayamombe on a Mission to ‘Tag Lives’.

Nyaradzo ‘Nyari’ Mashayamombe (36) is a musician and activists who is the Founder & Executive Director of Tag a Life International (TaLI). The last of eight children, Nyari is also a Reagan Fascel Alumni, Vital Voices Alumni, Community Solutions Board Member and Alumni who holds a Masters in Development, BBA Marketing among other qualifications. Nyari who has bagged awards for her work on the rights of girls is our #WCW today. She speaks to TIA’s Vimbai Chinembiri about her work and life.

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South Africa’s Justice Maya nominated as first female President of Supreme Court of Appeal

South Africa has nominated the first female president of the second highest court , Madam Justice Mandisa Muriel Lindelwa Maya as the President of the Supreme Court of Appeal. This nomination could not have come at a better time, the month of March celebrates women for just who they are, their achievements and their contributions to the world.

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Kemi Adetiba’s The Wedding Party is a glossier version of AY’s comedies

New Nollywood comedies appear to be divided along class lines. While AY Makun’s 30 Days in Atlanta and A Trip to Jamaica have a somewhat average Nigerian character at their centre, there is nothing average about the status of the main characters (and star-studded cast) in Kemi Adetiba’s debut feature film, ‘The Wedding Party’. All three are however less comic cinematic excursions than visual exercises in silly gags.

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16 Wives: Another (Familiar) Jovi Classic

Fans and critics of Cameroonian MC, producer and rapper Jovi have grown accustomed to his idiosyncratic brand of hip-hop, which is a constant fusion of diverse sounds. His recently released third studio album, 16 Wives, is further testament to this. Problem is, this trait makes his albums sound strangely familiar at the macroscopic level, which means he could become increasingly predictable.