Senegalese President congratulates Madagascar, orders herbal medicine

Madagascar has since been facing intense criticisms after Andry Rajoelina, president of the country officially announced that his country has found a traditional remedy for the deadly coronavirus which has defied almost every treatment and killed many people. According to the President and the health officials, the local medicine which has been named COVID-Organics produces […]

Reality check: COVID-19 could be A catalyst for decolonization In Africa

COVID-19 could break colonial influence in Africa. The ravaging effects of this deadly outbreak, ranging from the families that got broken, businesses that are being destroyed from the skyrocketing number of cases and its associated deaths is nothing anyone should be proud of. In fact, it should be the very last thing that any human […]

COVID-19: Ghana begins local production of Personal Protective Equipment

Local production of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) has started in Ghana after the government selected and tasked some indigenous companies with the production capacities to produce these equipments to help protect health officials fronting the fight against this deadly coronavirus. The selected companies for the mass production are Dignity DTRT, Sleek Garments, Cadling Fashions, and […]

COVID-19: A University in Kenya unveils ventilators made by students

Students from Kenyatta University have close to assist solve the ventilator crisis within the country in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The ventilators were produced as a joint venture by 16 students from the Engineering Faculty, Pharmacy, Medicine and Nursing in 7-Days under the guardians of their Deans developed a Prototype of a Ventilator […]

Coronavirus: Liberian youngster make masks from African prints

Liberian youngsters are becoming creative in finding means to fight the pandemic among the local population. A young Liberian woman starts making an African version of mask using Ankara fabrics to assist prevent the spread of coronavirus. Humpheretta Reid has haunted the challenge to make protective masks from African prints. She said the continent has […]

Ghana legalize Marijuana for health and industrial purposes

Ghana just joined Malawi, Zimbabwe and South Africa by legalizing Marijuana strictly for health and industrial purposes. The news came during the country’s parliamentary sitting on Friday, 20th match, 2020. A general consensus on the decision got the Narcotics Control Commission Bill, 2019 passed into law. Initially, Narcotics Control Board (NACOB) the institution in charge […]

Win-win: Chad repaying $100m debt to Angola with cattle

News coming in indicates that, Chad has started paying back a debt amount of $100m the nation owed Angola back in 2017. This amount was given to Chad to help them cope with their economic difficulties. The initial agreement was a cash transaction but the two parties decided on a rather unusual payment method. Chad, […]

What is the new form of colonialism in Africa?

The Berlin Conference of 1884-1885 gave African lands away to seven European brothers: British, French, Portuguese, Italian, German, Spanish and Belgian. Berlin Conference created subtle and forceful take over of Africa to assuage European long loss from the 1789 revolution in France through various wars and crises in the 19th century Europe. After one-hundred-and-thirty-five years […]

African American delegation plans to invest $300 million in Uganda

In 2016, a historic African-American bank was on the verge of collapsing when a Ghanaian firm, Groupe Nduom invested millions of dollars to revive it. This move was applauded as a major step for black people, a sign that we can work together just like the Jewish community, the Chinese etc. Just recently, a delegation […]