What would aliens actually look like?

Speculating about what aliens look like has kept children, film producers and scientists amused for decades. If they exist, will extra terrestrials turn out to look similar to us, or might they take a form beyond our wildest imaginings?

The answer to this question really depends on how we think evolution works at the deepest level.  And as we approach the year 2020 the search is getting more and more interesting.

So send in your ideas of how you imagine aliens would look like.

This tiny device makes dirty water drinkable in just 20 minutes

Scientists have developed a tiny device the size of a postage stamp that can kill 99.99 percent of bacteria in water in just 20 minutes.

Exposing contaminated water to sunlight can naturally clean it up – because UV rays blitz germs – but this distillation process usually takes up to 48 hours to complete. Instead, this new gadget harnesses a broader spectrum of the Sun’s rays to speed everything up. Continue reading

Photos from Fashion Designer Deola Ade Ojo’s 50th Birthday Party

Renowned NIgerian fashion designer/Icon Deola Ade Ojo, better known as ‘Deola Sagoe’ is 50 . And she celebrated it in a very big Nigerian way, center stage for the event was Lagos State, Nigeria over the weekend, with an “Icy Bling” themed birthday party. More photos after the cut. Continue reading

#Rio2016 Neymar first Gold For Brazil

Brazil star Neymar labelled winning Olympic gold as one of the “best things” of his life as he hit back at critics following Saturday’s dramatic win over Germany.

The Barcelona forward struck with a free-kick in the 1-1 draw, before emphatically sealing Brazil’s first Olympic football gold with the winning penalty in a 5-4 shoot-out victory. Continue reading

Fashion Alert! 2016 Uganda Entertainment Awards with Bonang Matheba, Yemi Alade, Malaika Nnyanzi & More

Yemi Alade

The 2016 Uganda Entertainment Awards held last night on the 19th of August 2016 at Kampala Serena Hotel-Victoria Hall in Uganda.

The red carpet was hosted by South African media personality Bonang Matheba and there were performances from Nigerian pop star Yemi Alade, Tanzanian Abby and Diamond Platnumz and more.

Check out the first photos below.  Continue reading