65 F
New York
Monday, June 14, 2021
- Advertisement -spot_img

CATEGORY

Diaspora

Rwanda is Cracking Down on The Clergy

Rwanda has been shutting down churches that it deems, noisy and unsafe. It is also targeting pastors who they deem uneducated and preaching a...

Brazilians Are Buying Black

The Black Brazilian buying power is currently $1.7 trillion reals or $435 billion U.S. dollars. This is more than double what it was in...

5 Things To Know About The Mino

The Mino or the Dahomey Amazons were an all-woman fighting regiment of the 19th Century Kingdom of Dahomey, now known as the Republic of...

Soccer Federation to Investigate French Club’s Racial Profiling

The French Futboll Federation is investigating the country’s top soccer club after it admitted racially profiling young players. Paris St.-Germain says some scouts used secret...

Trash Islands

If I leave my office in Central Harlem and forget to throw out a piece of garbage, I must tote it around until I...

One United Africa?

Ethiopia, the second most populous African nation, is leading a push to make Africa a true unified continent, by offering visas-on-arrivals to any African...

Ayuk: “Doing Business In Africa Is Not Charity!”

NJ Ayuk, CEO of The Centurion Law Group, named by Forbes as one of the most powerful men in Africa, wants to ensure that...

Ethiopia’s Gender Parity

Aisha Mohammed became the first woman defense minister in the history of Ethiopia. She is one of 10 women to hold a cabinet position...

Meet Yarrow Mamout

There’s a good chance that the name Yarrow Mamout doesn’t ring a bell when you hear it (hat tip, if it does). But it...

Sudanese President Dissolves Government

The President of Sudan, Omar al-Bashir, dissolved the Sudanese government yesterday. Upon the government's dissolution, Bashir named Motazz Moussa as the country's new prime...

Have You Heard of Rooibos?

Rooibos (pronounced ROY-boss) isn’t the most popular tea in America but it is the one of the most profitable teas in Africa in both...

US Sanctions Against Zimbabwe Remain In Place

The US Congress passed a bill last month to extend its sanctions against Zimbabwe until after the country's recent election. The Senate passed the...

Latest news

- Advertisement -spot_img