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Were the ancient Egyptians Blacks?

For years there have been arguments and debates amongst historians on the topic of the race…

Amanda Gorman, The young Poet who took the World by Storm

  There are not many countries that can compete with the power the United States of…

Chief Maqoma of Xhosa and his battles against colonialism.  

The Xhosa tribe in South Africa are a famous tribe filled with so much culture and…

AU chair wants pan-African financial rating agency

The practice of foreign financial institutions producing their own reports to determine the economic status of…

Ethiopia signs MoU to supply South Sudan with electricity

Ethiopia has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with South Sudan to export hydro and other cheaper…

Rwanda will host Timbuktu, an African innovation hub worth $1 billion

East African country, Rwanda which has become a front liner in tech and one of Africa’s…

‘Libyans would have preferred the security and order they had before’ – Ex-Ghana president

John Dramani Mahama, Ghana’s former president has expressed his views on the issue of foreign powers…

Kunle Adeyanju Biker: “Main Reason Why I Embarked On London To Lagos Trip”

Africa’s adventurous man, Kunle Adeyanju has been blazing on the trail on the positive portrayal of…

Nigerian philanthropist Emeka Okwuosa builds multi-million world class cardiology hospital in his hometown

Emeka Okwuosa, a Nigerian philanthropist, has built a world-class cardiology centre in Oraifite, Ekwusigo Local Government…

Protests against the deployment of French troops in Gabon are prohibited by Gabonese authorities.

Gabonese authorities have halted a planned public protest against French troops stationed in the country. The…