African Solutions For African Problems: Meet Safiatou Nana, Burkinabe Engineer Who Developed A Solar-Powered Irrigation System For Desert Areas In Burkina Faso
Considering how patriarchal our African society can be, one might breathe a sigh of relief and comfort when they see women taking up the mantra…
How This Kenyan Woman Developed A Technology That Harvests Water From The Air To Solve Water Scarcity In Kenya – The Inspiring Story of Beth Koigi
When Beth Koigi moved into her university hostel in Eastern Kenya, she was terribly puzzled that the water coming out of the tap was filthy, smelly, and infested with bacteria.
INSPIRING! Meet Dr. Penelope Adinku: The First Female Cardiothoracic Surgeon in Ghana And The First Ghanaian Female Doctor To Perform An Open-Heart Surgery
Women like Dr Penelope Adinku, who has now become the first-ever female cardiothoracic surgeon in Ghana should be celebrated.
Audrey Maame Esi Swatson, 25, is Ghana’s youngest commercial pilot and one of the youngest in the world. Audrey began chasing her dream of flying when she was 18 years old.
Meet Ruth Ama Gyan-Darkwa: The Youngest Person Ever To Graduate From Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and Currently The Youngest University Graduate In Ghana At Age 17
In 2021, Ruth Ama Gyan-Darkwa, now 18, became the youngest university graduate in Ghana at the age of 17, having graduated from one of Ghana’s best universities, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology with a degree in Mathematics
Two days left for the 2022 African Genius Awards – Here is a step-by-step guide on how you can watch the event live
The African Genius Awards is one of the continent’s biggest accolades.
The 2022 African Genius Awards (AGA) shortlist of finalists includes 31 Africans working to boost the continent and its people.
The club made the announcement today on their official verified Facebook page with over 100,000 followers
From being bullied because of her skin colour to founder of black-owned clothing line – How 15-year-old Kheris Rogers overcome bullying
At 10, Kheris Rodgers announced the launch of Flexin In My Complexion. She is currently aged fifteen (15) with every taste of positively impacting the…
Edwin Inganji is a promising programmer who loves developing Android applications. This outstanding interest and passion for technology and IT is providing solutions to problems…
The United Nations (UN) is warning of the possibility of severe hunger in the Sahel region in the next three months. About 18 million people…
The now-deposed President Alpha Condé has been granted a new stay abroad to tend to medical treatment and welfare. The spokesperson for the National Committee…
Ronaldinho, the famous Brazilian footballer, arrived in Tunisia on Thursday. He’s on a mission with the Tunisian Tourism Office to showcase the country’s many offerings. The tourism industry accounted for more than 10% of the country’s GDP before Covid.
Panthers coach Patrice Neveu informed AFP on Thursday that forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has resigned from international football, a statement verified by the Gabonese Football Federation.
Ethiopia plans to export electricity to South Sudan in order to assist in the resolution of the country’s power crisis and to promote regional integration.
Outrage in South Africa as white South African student urinates on a black student’s books and laptop
After a video of a white student peeing on a black student’s computer and books went viral on social media, Stellenbosch University in the Western Cape has come under fire.
Senegalese footballer Idrissa Gana Gueye is under fire for refusing to wear a rainbow jersey representing the gay community
Senegalese midfielder and Paris Saint-German player Idrissa Gana Gueye came under fire for skipping a game to support an anti-homophobia campaign.
Following marathon intercourse with his girlfriend, Ibadan Polytechnic student, Daniel, is alleged to have died and his girlfriend is currently in a coma.
On Saturday, May 14, hundreds of Chadians participated in anti-French protests organised by the opposition group Wakit Tama.
Small group of “anti-progressive” Malian soldiers foiled a coup attempt sponsored by the West, according to officials.
Mali’s authorities declared on Monday that a planned coup backed by a western country had been foiled by the Malian Armed Forces (FAMA).
Known sometimes for his humble roles and unpredicting actions, Leo Mezie’s death is sure to shake the fans and the movie industry at large. Leonard…
Mukiish Spot, an online platform for online learning in Sierra Leone is currently recruiting professional academic tutors for its incoming online learning website and app for primary and secondary school pupils.
Floyd Mayweather, one of the world’s most famous boxers and the richest in the world, has announced plans to open a boxing academy in Africa in order to help the continent’s undiscovered talents be discovered.
“Can Zambia be allowed to set a military base or a military command centre in America?” – Zambians oppose the establishment of a US Military Base in the country
Zambians have created a united front in opposition to the United States’ plans to build a military base in the country. The campaign’s backers have issued a statement seeking to know whether Zambia can construct a military facility or security post in the US on the same terms as other countries.
Innoson discovers 8 trillion cubic feet of gas in the Sierra Leonean basin. Innoson has been engaged in the exploration of gas in the Sierra Leonean basin since 2020.
On his new album, ‘Mr Morale & The Big Steppers,’ Kendrick Lamar features Sierra Leonean singer, songwriter, and record producer Sampha Lahai Sisay.
Kendrick Lamar featured Sampha Lahai Sisay in ‘Father Time’, a track on the album.
Ten Nigerian cabinet ministers have announced resignation from public office to run for the country’s election scheduled for next year, the information briefed the public…
Meet Anna Qabale: The Kenyan Nurse Who Won the First Aster Guardians Global Nursing Award Worth $250,000
Anna Qabale Duba is a young Kenyan nurse who recently made history by becoming the first recipient of the Aster Guardian Global Nursing Award. She stood out among 24,000 applicants because of her tireless efforts to promote education, raise awareness about menstrual hygiene, and endless campaigns against outdated cultural practices such as Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in her community.
Relax. Take a deep breath. You are in for an exciting enlightening route! I wouldn’t wish for it to sound climacteric and overdramatic. Maybe, I…
The recent span of events across the country has been primarily centered around the issuance and possession of fake degrees by unauthorized universities and public…
The Must-see Sierra Leone Exhibition In Turkey: European photographer /artist Suzan Pektaş featuring one of Africa’s finest model from Sierra Leone Naomi Kay
The Must-see Sierra Leone Exhibition In Turkey: European photographer /artist Suzan Pektaş featuring one of Africa’s finest models from Sierra Leone Naomi Kay will be officially launched on the 13th of May ( Friday) and open to the public until 12 June 2022
As difficult as things are right now, it would be very hard for the average man to be honest and live a truthful and honest life. But for this taxi driver, even though things are difficult and the country’s economy is in ICU, he doesn’t let money control him and bring out the bad in him. Rather, he showed us that not all eggs are bad eggs.
On Tuesday, the military court in the capital of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, sentenced former President Blaise Compaoré and nine other defendants to pay more than…
At least 40 African countries print their money in the UK, France and Germany — decades after independence, raising questions about self-sufficiency. DW examines what prompts them to outsource their currency production.
Born in Polokwane, Limpopo, on 2 May 1916, Mary Susan Malahele-Xakana defied all odds and became the first female doctor in South Africa in 1947.
Anthony Mutua is a young Kenyan Electrical Engineer, innovator, design expert, entrepreneur, and the brain behind the shoe that charges mobile phones.
Julius Mwale was born in Lunza village in Butere, Kakamega County, Western Kenya, in 1976. His parents were business owners who died when he was young. Mwale revealed that his childhood was not pleasant and that he even went to school barefoot.
The National Crime Agency (NCA) of the United Kingdom has announced the recovery of about $23.5 million in looted funds from the allies and family of a former Nigerian dictator, the late Sani Abacha.
The Edo State Police Command, Nigeria, has arrested a self-acclaimed prophet, Benson Nosakhare, for allegedly defrauding members of the public with fake prophecies.
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A 16-year-old Ethiopian High School Student is trending on social medial platforms after photos of him and his self-assembled rocket surfaced. The 16-year-old Ethiopian High School Student is being lauded for single-handedly designing and assembling two mini rockets.
Nigeria and Morocco are set to build what reports described as the ‘world’s longest offshore gas pipeline.’
Guinea’s Attorney General, Alphonse Charles Wright has ordered the prosecution of the country’s ousted President Alpha Conde together with his conspirators for crimes committed during his regime.
One of Sierra Leone’s most popular and most talented footballers Lamin Junior Tumbu Conteh known by his middle name ‘Junior Tumbu’ has died after a short illness.
The United Nations bemoans the decision by Mali to suspend two French broadcasters, RFI and France 24. The Malian military government suspended the broadcasters earlier…
The Malian junta government has finally severed its relationship with its colonial master, France. The decision to cut ties additionally came with the action to…
Mbaimba Moiforay popularly known as LAC or LA Chocolate has threatened social media commentator Adebayor with a fight. As you may recall, the bad blood…
The scene was uncertain and chaotic as Ethiopian police clashed with young Muslims in the capital during prayers to mark the end of Ramadan. The…
A cushioning mechanism it is, as Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta announces a 12% increase in the minimum wage. This is in a bid to offset…
Guinea’s military leader, Colonel Mamady Doumbouya, has announced a 39-month transition before the West African nation returns to civilian rule. The proposal tabled by the…