Chinese Envoy Urges Nigerian political parties to learn from the Communist party

The Chinese Ambassador to Nigeria, Cui Jianchun, has advised Nigerian political parties to learn from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and prioritize the needs of Nigerians. “You have something to learn from China to move forward. It is not all rosy with China, we have our challenges. CCP has to fight with the people to […]

African unity: Kenya and Malawi renew bilateral ties, signs eight mutually beneficial agreements

Two African countries, Kenya and Malawi have on Thursday October 21st signed eight mutually beneficial agreements covering areas including political diplomacy, cooperative development and defense, geared towards socioeconomic progress. The signing which renews the bilateral relationship of the two countries saw the attendance of both President Uhuru Kenyatta and Lazarus Chakwera of Malawi as well […]

Mozambican writer Paulina Chiziane wins $100,000 Camões literary award

Veteran Mozambican writer, Paulina Chiziane has made history as the first African woman to win the Camões literary Prize. As part of her reward, she will receive the $100,000 price tag. Reports indicated that, the 66-year-old who authored many stories and novels was selected by a unanimous decision for the prestigious price. “The jury unanimously […]

Ghanaian artist, Kwame Akoto-Bamfo’s work recalls the evil of slavery

African youth are finding innovative ways to represent the atrocities of the slave trade and colonial history as pressure mounts for reparations to be paid to former colonies. Ghanaian artiste and cultural activist, Kwame Akoto-Bamfo is one of the latest people to give a pictorial representation of what the black slaves underwent with many drowning […]

Liberian President George Weah rewards honest teenager who found and returned $50,000

The honesty of a Liberian teenager has been recognized and duly honored by the country’s President George Weah. The young man identified as Emmanuel Tuloe was earlier in the news after he found and returned the sum of $50,000 to a businesswoman called Musu Yancy. According to reports from local media outlets, Emmanuel decided to […]

Women separated from Congolese mothers during colonial era sue Belgium for reparation

Five women born in Congo during the colonial era but forcefully taken from their mothers have filed a lawsuit against Belgium seeking reparations for crimes against humanity. The five are just a representation of the numerous biracial babies inhumanely taken from their black mothers, denying them of parental care. These babies named the Métis, some […]