[Zimbabwe Standard] TWO years after dropping out of school in Kwekwe, Zimbabwean teen actor Caroline Chipwanyira has struck gold in Nigerian showbiz after securing a role in a potential blockbuster.
[Premium Times] The National Film and Video Censors Board has cleared the air on a report making the rounds, claiming the board has set up three panels to analyse and classify a transgender film titled, ‘Bobrisky in Love’.
[Guardian] Genevieve Nnaji’s directional debut Lion Heart has had a remarkable journey since it was first announced. Asides the massive reception and nominations it got across the intercontinental cinemas, Lion Heart is Netflix’s first Nigerian purchased film.
[Ghana Star] Former President Jerry Rawlings is confident the Akufo-Addo administration will rid Ghana off corruption.
[Leadership] In this piece, Anthony Ada Abraham examines some top Nollywood actors cum producers who are responsible for churning out great movies around the world.
[The Daily Vox] Muhammed Desai, a member of the South African chapter of the Boycott Divestment and Sanctions lobby against Israel, is alleged to have been forcibly removed from the Old Eds branch of Virgin Active in northern Johannesburg on Wednesday evening.
[News24Wire] Cameron van der Burgh continued his stellar form in the swimming pool, bowing out of the first leg of the first leg of the FINA World Cup series in Moscow with two gold medals.
[The Star] Kenyan actress Nini Wacera has landed a role in a Pan African production called Desperate Housewives Africa. It is a local adaptation of the multiple award-winning ABC television drama hit series.
[Deutsche Welle]Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta led Kenyans in celebrating the Oscar victory of Kenyan actress Lupita Nyong’o. She won the ‘Best Supporting Actress’ award for her role in the movie ’12 Years a Slave.’