Arts & Entertainment

Travelogue: Beautiful tales from Sudan

Our columnist, Maijama'a Sule Tankarkar, recently visited Sudan. He brought back an interesting report, saying the country is a far more democratic, open and orderly society than the world really knows

Olumo rock: Ogun revokes concession agreement with firm

Ogun state has revoked the concession agreement signed by former governor Gbenga Daniel which handed the tourist centre to private managers

Mo Ibrahim welcomes Bisi Daniel

The political thriller is dedicated to the billionaire who has been a consistent promoter of democracy and good governance in Africa

Travelogue: A trip to Odi 12 years after the massacre

It was not my first visit to Odi since the year 2000, but there is a difference when you look at something casually and when you look at something with keen observation. I will call it my first visit to Odi with the eyes of a reporter after the 1999 ‘genocide’. Through this eye, you […]

Atmosphere of wonder: a review of The False Truth

The thriller tradition in Nigerian fiction needs a breakthrough blockbuster

Bob Marley Day: Kaduna artistes laud late music legend

PMAN urges Nigerians to extol truth and love, Marley

D'Banj congratulates Don Jazzy on Mavin Records launch

Both stars appear to be mending their fences

Alleged fraud: EFCC opens case against movie producer

Ifeanyi Onyeabor, a movie producer has been charged to court in connection with an N8.8m fraud

A blend of faith, fashion in Abuja

Fashion designers show off fashionable Islamic clothings for ladies

Balewa personal effects in museum in bad state

The former prime minister

Yankari baboons' love for bag snatching worries tourists

Baboons at the Yankari Game Reserve have been known to break into cars to steal food items from tourists

International designers to storm Abuja for Islamic fashion expo

The event is aimed at extolling the beauty inherent in Islamic Fashion and bringing together Muslim female personalities from all walks of life.

TRAVELOGUE: In search of Mary Slessor

Mary Slessor was not just a missionary. She was a humanitarian, an angel of peace, a leader, a mother of all.

My Facebook, Twitter accounts were hacked, says D


Lagos carnival showcases magnificent costumes, designs, acrobatics

Nigeria can stop importation of finished products, says Fashola

"From Edo to Roma – With Love?"

This year's festival focused on Italy because of the Italians' exploits in Africa and their gesture in returning some of the stolen African artefacts

Court orders Nollywood actor to pay N600,000 arrears of rent in 14 days

Nollywood actor, Fred Amata, in house rent mess

Sound Sultan, Goldie and Weird MC join UN Ambassadors

The new inductees are to contribute to the promotion and strengthening of peace in societies

CONGA births pensions scheme for Nollywood

Fund managers, BGL, has created a pensions and health insurance scheme for members of the Nollywood society

Nominees emerge for AMAA 2012

The race begins plaudits at the annual film award extravaganza

Dr. SiD takes side in D

He says,

Funke Akindele

"I have decided that I will do with Jenifa what Tyler Perry has done with the character Madea."

D’Banj, Don Jazzy have 50-50 stake in Mo’Hits records – Premium Times investigation

Both artistes have 30,000 shares each in the six-year old company

Zebrudaya mourns "Giringori"

The actor describes the late Iroha as an ingenious actor, producer

James 'Gringori' Iroha, 69, is dead

The actor, who was 69 in September last year, died Tuesday.