What it Takes to Become an Olympic Athlete: 15 Essentials According to a Two-Time Olympian

BY NICK CATLIN The journey to becoming an Olympic athlete, for most, is a lifelong pursuit. It might start as a distant dream born out of the inspirational performances of … Read More

Young victims of discrimination are more likely to have mental health issues, says a new study

BY JOYCE BINDA A new study published Monday in the Pediatrics Journal says that young victims of discrimination are more likely to develop mental health issues and behavioral problems. The … Read More

Fleri Inc., an Ohio-based fintech startup, joins the Techstars Toronto Accelerator Program

Fleri Inc., a personal finance company for immigrants known widely for the FleriHealth product which enables immigrants to buy affordable healthcare plans for their loved ones back home, will join … Read More

The impact of COVID-19 has been lower in Africa: Explanation

By Alex Ezeh, Michael Silverman, and Saverio Stranges There’s been an increase in COVID-19 deaths across Africa since mid-July 2021. But the impact of the pandemic in sub-Saharan Africa remains markedly lower compared to the Americas, Europe and … Read More

Former Beninese first lady Rosine Vieyra Soglo dies at 87

BY MODUPE ABIOLA Rosine Vieyra Soglo, the former first lady of Benin (1991 to 1996), passed away on July 25 at the age of 87. The oldest member of the … Read More

Africa Re-defines its Relationship with Marijuana

BY NYASHA PILOTO Aimless, directionless, troublesome and disturbed are just some of the words that were regularly used to describe individuals that partook in smoking marijuana. As more and more … Read More

Zimbabwe Encourages Mental Wellness through Talk Therapy on a Bench with Grandmothers

BY NYASHA PILOTO The socio-economic problems that have taken multiple seats in almost every Zimbabwean household have brought anxiety, worry, and depression as guests. The economic, emotional and social impacts … Read More