Stonebwoy Endorses Larruso’s New Song ‘Killy Killy’

Multiple Award Winning Reggae/Dancehall cum Afropop artist, Stonebwoy on Tuesday, August 27th took to his verified official Instagram Account to pledge his thorough and unconditional support for Larruso, a rising performing and recording Dancehall and Afrobeats artist. Stonebwoy with his enviable records of helping create awareness about creative talents across the arts industry is determinedContinue reading “Stonebwoy Endorses Larruso’s New Song ‘Killy Killy’”

Rwanda aims to introduce electric motorcycles to address climate change concerns

The Rwandan government is working on a national mobility policy that will replace petrol-powered motorbikes with e-motos. Although government support for electric vehicles is already known, this is the first time it will officially extend it to cover motorbikes. Rwandan president, Paul Kagame, first made the disclosure during a youth gathering a few weeks ago at a “MeetContinue reading “Rwanda aims to introduce electric motorcycles to address climate change concerns”

Mauritian chef’s cookbook celebrates Indian Ocean cuisine

Move over, jollof wars of West Africa. For Selina Periampillai, a chef of Mauritian descent who grew up in London, it’s the scent of spices and the Indian Ocean cuisine that keeps her connected to a heritage that she’s now sharing with a new cookbook, “Island Kitchen.” Periampillai, along with chef Kenny Tutt, had theContinue reading “Mauritian chef’s cookbook celebrates Indian Ocean cuisine”


Un salade ensoleillée qui se laisse facilement manger ! Les salades mauriciennes sont goûteuses et sont différentes des salades françaises. On n’aime bien les relever avec du piments, des oignons, de la coriandre fraîche etc. Ce type de salade notamment est faite pour être dégustée avec du pain ou même toute seule. Chez moi, parContinue reading “FRENCH: « SALADE DU PÊCHEUR » OU ENCORE « SALADE POISSON », UNE SPÉCIALITÉ MAURICIENNE SAVOUREUSE ET SIMPLE À RÉALISER !”

FRENCH: Un hackathon dédié à la jeunesse

Dans le cadre de la lutte contre le Virus Ebola, Internews a organisé un Hackathon dans la ville de Goma, au Nord Kivu, faisant suite à celui qui a eu lieu à Kinshasa en marge de la Kinshasa Digital Week 2019. Les 30 et 31 mai derniers 60 jeunes ont eu pour mission d’imaginer et de développerContinue reading “FRENCH: Un hackathon dédié à la jeunesse”

A Rwandan’s long journey to Uganda through Tanzania

Rwandans travelling to Uganda have resorted to going through Tanzania as uncertainty shrouds the opening of the common border at Gatuna, six months after Kigali blockaded it and advised its citizens against crossing into the neighbouring country. GRUELLING JOURNEY Now, travellers use the Rusumo route in the southeast, cross into Tanzania and proceed to Kampala,Continue reading “A Rwandan’s long journey to Uganda through Tanzania”

Sterling seeks to unlock $1tn African agribusiness economy

Samuel Awoyinfa The Sterling Bank will in the first week of September bring together in a summit in Abuja policy makers, development agencies, international financial institutions, and value chain players in agriculture on the continent. The international summit with the theme, ‘Agriculture – Your piece of the trillion-dollar economy’ according to the organisers, seeks theContinue reading “Sterling seeks to unlock $1tn African agribusiness economy”

How to make African tapas style Beef Suya

The dish is one of 10 essential Nigerian recipes in a collection created by recipe writer Yewande Komolafe, who grew up in Lagos and found herself searching for the heat and flavour of Nigerian food in New York. Suya is a popular Nigerian street food, made of thin strips of meat that are generously seasonedContinue reading “How to make African tapas style Beef Suya”


NOVEMBER 24, 2014 Once in a while, I think it’s necessary to take a step back from my little world of Tatashey and appreciate everyone else from those who have been in the game for a while, to those just starting out and everyone else in the middle. There are so many creative minds outContinue reading “10 NIGERIAN FOOD BLOGGERS I LOVE”

My 13-Year Odyssey Through the Ethiopian Tech Industry

After having worked at Addis Ababa University — as a fresh graduate of Computer Science — for only two years, I decided to strike out on my own into the fledgling IT private sector. In 2005, along with my friend and co-founder, we set up a Private Limited Company (PLC) that was to provide aContinue reading “My 13-Year Odyssey Through the Ethiopian Tech Industry”