The nongovernmental Maharlika Sports Development Institute, Inc. announced that the World’s Freestyle Football Federation is considering Davao City as venue for the Asian Freestyle Football Championship later this year.
A film depicting struggles of Lumads recently won the ‘Best Film’ and ‘Best Production Design’ award during the 11th Mindanao Film Festival held here, on Tuesday night.
More than a hundred Filipino artists and musicians are coming together in a musical collaboration for the campaign supporting the indigenous peoples of Mindanao.
A graduate of the Ateneo de Davao University (AdDU) ranked fifth in the nationwide Chemist Licensure Examination held this month in Manila.
The tribal partylist Sulong Katribu said it will support the semi-finalist Reynan Del-anay in the national television’s reality show, The Voice Kids season 2.
A local artists group from the Southern part of Mindanao will be representing the Philippines in an international music festival in Uzbekistan today until August 30.
The 30th Kadayawan Festival highlights the “Lumadnong Dula” that was participated in by five tribes in Davao City.
Twenty six year-old rapper BLKD performed in a bar here Monday night for a benefit show for the schooling of indigenous people (IP) children.
A local official here clarified Thursday that the Hiyas ng Kadayawan is “not a beauty contest”.
Hundreds of Filipino Muslims gathered in the Tiongco Football Field in Agro-Foundation College of the Philippines to celebrate Eid’l Fitr marking the end of the month-long fast of Ramadan.
Under the shade of a mango tree, Efren Ledon, 22, and six other new applicants of the Mindanao Interfaith Services Foundation Incoporated (Misfi) Academy, interpreted the nationalist song “Bayan Ko” (My Homeland) during the belated graduation ceremony of IP pupils from Davao del Norte.
In order to save money for other school expenses, some parents here would opt to pack biscuits and bread for their children rather than giving them money.