Amanda Gorman the Poet who Plans to Climb Capitol Hill in 2036

Amanda Gorman, the youngest poet in U.S. history to mark the transition of presidential power, offered a hopeful vision for a deeply divided country on...

Laurent Desire Kabila Killed in the Marble Palace  20 Years Ago Today

President Laurent Desire Kabila was killed on January 16, 2001. After several days of stonewalling, the death was confirmed, and Joseph Kabila was announced...

United Nations calls for safe passage of humanitarian aid to the Tigray Region

The United Nations called on Friday on all parties to allow the immediate and safe passage of humanitarian personnel and supplies to the Tigray...

Ugandans choose Between Veteran Rebel leader and Reggae Pop Star Lawmaker

About 17.7 million Ugandans registered voters turned out in force on Thursday to vote in an election pitting long-time leader Yoweri Museveni against popular...

UN appoints First Special Coordinator for development in the Sahel

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres announced on Thursday the appointment of Abdoulaye Mar Dieye of Senegal as the Special Coordinator for development in the...

FIFA To Move Its Est-African Office to Rwanda

The World soccer governing body (FIFA) is set to move its Regional Office from Ethiopia to Rwanda. An agreement to be signed later was approved...

South Africa to get Covid-19 Vaccine for Two-third of its Population

South Africa's health minister Zweli Mkhize on Thursday announced plans to vaccinate 40 million people against COVID-19 by February this year in order to achieve...

South African Artist Challenges Human Consciousness with Bone Sculpture

South African poet and artist, Pitika Ntuli's latest 45-bone sculptures virtual exhibition has been hailed for challenging human consciousness amid the coronavirus pandemic. The 78-year-old...

Africa private sector to benefit from European Investment Bank ‘best-practice

The European Investment Bank and Global Development Network published on Wednesday an analysis of impact investment best practices from across Africa, alongside hosting their...

Cocoa major producers accuse US Chocolatier Hershey of ‘unfair trade practice’

Siva Parameswaran--World News Editor Cocoa-producing nations Ivory Coast and Ghana have flexed their muscles demanding chocolate majors including Hershey act fairly failing which they will...

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