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Wole Soyinka to leave America following Mr. Trump’s election as 45th US President

Wole Soyinka is based in New York. Photo credit: AFP   Popular Nigerian and Nobel-Prize winning author Wole Soyinka has finally confirmed when he will exit...

[Video] US elections: Why Clinton has advantage over Trump with black voters

The 2016 American presidential election is just days away with front runners, Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump wrapping up with their campaigns. Donald Trump is...

Egypt tourism in a state of flux one year after Russian plane bombing

It's been a year since a Russian passenger plane was downed by jihadists across Egypt's Sinai peninsula, but tourism in the country is not...

US election: 71.6m watch final Trump and Clinton debate on TV in the US

The third presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump drew an estimated television audience of 71.6 million. That was lower than the audience for...

Up close with Ghanaian producer, M.O.G Beatz

Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie’s ‘RNS (Rich Nigga Shi**t)’ song is no doubt a tune in the artiste’s career. Over 10 musicians did a remix or cover of the song.

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WHO says coronavirus crisis will get “worse and worse and worse”

The World Health Organization has said that the coronavirus pandemic isn't easing down anytime soon if countries fail to adhere to strict healthcare precautions. The...

Malian jihadist war crimes trial begins in The Hague

In 2012, a coalition of Islamic extremists occupied the ancient city of Timbuktu in the Saharan desert. They imposed a brutal regime, murdering and...

Covid-19: Will Africa still be world’s fastest-growing consumer markets?

Prior to the pandemic, Africa was identified as one of the fastest-growing consumer markets in the world with household consumption growing even faster than...

South Africa: Youngest daughter of Nelson Mandela dies

The youngest daughter of South Africa's first black president Nelson Mandela, Zindzi Mandela has died at the age of 59. The state broadcaster the SABC...

Sudan: Women no longer need permission to travel with kids

New laws passed recently in Sudan have taken effect now allowing women to travel with their children without needing a permission from a male...
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