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In the spirit of the dedicated Black history month of February, attention has gone to the need for more Afro-centered history curriculum in African classes, something that has been missing across the board in Africa and the diaspora. Worth noting, is the fact that it’s not a coincidence that no real intellectual discourse and dispensation […]

Since the establishment of the organization of African Unity on 25th May, 1963 with the headquarters in Addis Ababa Ethiopia, the quest for African unity has been an elusive goal not just at the regional and national level but even at the interpersonal levels as evident in different institutions. From the inside, looking outward, it […]

With a prolonged period of the absence of strong ties between Africa and the Caribbean owing to the matter of colonialization and the consequences after, the goal to forge better and strong relations is at the heart of many Africans on the continent and in the Caribbean. The leadership mainly in West African nations such […]

The push by the Nigerian government in partnership with the World health organization to run a successful mass vaccination program in Nigeria under the global Covax program is bound to fail from the start. With an over ambitious program to vaccinate 40% of the population by the end of the year 2021 and an additional […]

Wade into life, stand out in a crowd, spend time with your flock, find the right balance, show your true color, keep your beak clean, don’t be afraid to get your feet wet.” This is the flamingo advice to you!  This pink _feathered bird with piercing yellow eyes is always “pictured” as the world’s strange […]

South Africa, the continent’s most industrialized nation has over the months taken a somewhat copy and paste approach to its dealing with COVID. With a population of close to 60 million people, the government approach hasn’t been any effective, and COVID-19 infections are rising sharply in South Africa and Latin America. This is fitting: South Africa resembles the […]

Africa has been considered as a fertile ground for new cultures and trends from Europe, Asia and other parts of the world, owing to the often curious and unquestioning nature of the African. The rate of adoption of new cultures and even technology is quite fast with a general notion of “this culture or trend […]

About 1 in every 6 deaths on the planet is due to cancer. More than two thirds of these deaths occurred in low- and middle- income countries. Following Syria, the countries of Bhutan (86.0), Algeria (86.7), Nepal (90.7), and Oman (94.9) made the top four in the list of countries with the lowest cancer levels. The spread and prevalence of cancer […]

Over the past few years, the debate on the agenda of crystallizing the economies of different African states through better sustainable management of maritime resources has been at the forefront. The idea of the blue economy has been a pertinent conversation point in different economic forums. According to the World Bank, the blue economy is the “sustainable […]

The east African region is not commonly known as a wine making region and so it’s a surprise when you stumble into wine brands with a local Eastern African affiliation or origin unlike the South African states where foreign European settlers set up wineries in the colonial times. Over the recent years however, investors have […]


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