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Africa’s oldest human burial site uncovered in Kenya

A team of researchers on Wednesday announced that they have uncovered Africa's oldest human burial site in Kenya. The site has a child no older...

Sierra Leonean author projects African words with English alphabet

Vickie Remoe is a Sierra Leonean, journalist and activist who recently decided to launch a project to project African words with the English Alphabet. Inspired...

Zambian athletes fight stigma against albinos, disabled persons

Lassam Katongo, a Zambian athlete based in the capital, Lusaka, shows off his trophies and medals earned from some of the international athletic games...

The African Union’s digital Covid-19 passport for travelers

The African Union has developed a common continental Covid-19 digital passport for travelers and airlines. It is an initiative by African Union's lead health agency,...

Tanzania President orders the lifting of ban on media outlets

President Samia Suluhu Hassan on Tuesday ordered the lifting of ban on all media houses in the country. The President has instructed the Ministry of...

Mali: Four United Nations peacekeepers killed in an attack

Four United Nations peacekeepers have been killed by suspected jihadists in the north of the country. The UN mission in Mali said several others were...

Meet the women who became presidents in Africa

African countries hardly elect women to become presidents during elections, but in recent years some women are changing the trend. So far the continent has...

Ghana: Outcry over offensive content in newly authored textbooks

Some publishers in Ghana have incurred the wrath of the public over the content of their newly authored textbooks for basic schools. One of the...

Here are Africa’s 10 Most Forward-Thinking Countries

Countries around the world have the responsibility to look out for the interest of their citizens. That requires forward thinking, related to anticipating change and...

Ex-Gambian President Jammeh tied to killing of 59 migrants

Testimony before Gambia’s truth commission implicating then-president Yahya Jammeh in the summary execution in 2005 of about 59 West African migrants should be followed by criminal accountability,...

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