Dr. John Kwesi Assan, a Ghanaian optometrist who completed the University of Cape Coast’s Doctor of Optometry program, has received the honorary title of Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry (FAAO), making him the youngest optometrist in Africa to achieve this feat.
Danielle Boadu, a 9-year-old student from Heritage Park Primary School in Peterborough, won the Year 3–4 division of the “Sum it Up” national math competition with her depiction of arithmetic, beating 450 other students from across the UK and Ireland.
The Month of Rapport – People That Inspire Magazine Releases Its December Edition Featuring Adelaide Casely Hayford and Dr Mashudu Tshifularo
People That Inspire Magazine, an African magazine based in Sierra Leone, West Africa, has released its December 2022 edition featuring inspiring African stories and culture….
From shining shoes at the Bauru Athletic Club, playing barefoot with socks and rags to becoming the world’s greatest footballer of all time – Brazil’s Pelé paved the way for modern football stars
Before the start of his dazzling and fruitful footballing career, Pele would visit Bauru Athletic Club on match days to clean the boots of footballers so he could earn extra money.
Meet Nasara James Dabo: A 13-year-old Nigerian Girl From Kaduna State Who Solved 34 Mathematics Questions in 172 Seconds To Win International Mathematical Olympiad
Nasara James Dabo, a 13-year-old Nigerian genius girl from Kaduna State has set a remarkable record in Mathematics after she solved 34 Mathematics questions in 172 seconds to win the International Mathematical Olympiad Competition, winning gold.
Claudine Gay, The Child of Haitian Immigrants Is Set To Become The First Black President of Harvard University
Claudine Gay, whose parents are from Haiti is set to become the first-ever black President of Harvard University since 1636. She will assume office on July 1, 2023, becoming the 30th president in Harvard’s 386 years history.
The Inspiring Story Of Sibusiso Mogale: With No Arms, He Became A Swimmer, A Farmer, And Even An Actor
Born in Mpumalanga province in the eastern part of South Africa. Sibusiso Mogale is a South African farmer, Paralympics World Champion, and actor who was born with no hands. Mogale was raised single-handedly by his mother due to his father being in jail.
The grandson of the late reggae legend Bob Marley has died aged 31. According to TMZ, Jo Mersa passed away on Tuesday due to asthma-related conditions, although the news surrounding his death remains unclear.
Priscilla Asikhia: Nigerian Lady Sets Record, Bags First Degree At 19, Masters At 22, Ph.D. At 25 Years
Priscilla Asikhia, a brilliant Nigerian woman, has set a remarkable academic record. At 19, she bags her first degree, Masters at 22 and Ph.D. at 25 from Babcock University, Ilisan, Ogun State, at the age of 25. She is the university’s youngest Ph.D. graduate and one of Nigeria’s youngest Doctors of Philosophy.
Neijae Graham-Henries, 8, graduated from the Junior Barber Academy in Philadelphia and has since been using her barbing skills to give free haircuts to 400 kids in her Philadelphia community, according to CBS Philadelphia.
82-year-old woman bags Bachelor’s degree from University of Maryland with honours, celebrates achievement
Mae Beale, a remarkable 82-year-old who graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from the University of Maryland Global Campus, has served as…
Tobi Amusan, a Nigerian who holds the world record in the 100-meter hurdles, is ranked as the fifth-best female athlete in 2022 by World Athletics.
By Dr Sifiso Falala | South Africa The FIFA World Cup is the world’s most prestigious tournament held after every four years with countries from…
The President of the United States, Joe Biden has said that the U.S. government will support the African continent with over $55 billion to support health and climate adaptation.
Brandie Medina made history on Friday at St. Edward’s University by becoming the first Black woman to get a PhD from the university since it was established 145 years ago.
The Atlas Lions of Morocco have defeated Portugal to reach their first FIFA World Cup semi-finals. They become the first North African country to qualify to the semi-finals of the FIFA World Cup and the first African country to reach the semi-finals of the World Cup
18-year-old Jaylen Smith Makes History As The Youngest Black Mayor Ever Elected In The United States
18-year-old Jaylen Smith has made history by becoming the youngest Black Mayor ever elected in the history of the United States of America. He won the mayor’s race in Earle, Arkansas, making him America’s youngest Black mayor in history.
The Atlas Lions of Morocco have defeated the 2010 World Cup Champions, Spain on penalties to reach their first FIFA World Cup quarterfinals. They become the first North African country to qualify to quarter-finals of the FIFA World Cup and the fourth African country to do so.
How the world would have been if Garrett Morgan had not invented the three-light traffic system? It would have been daily chaos in our busy streets. Born to formerly enslaved parents, Garrett Morgan was a black inventor and businessman who invented the three-light traffic system in 1922.