Desmond Tutu and the logic of liberation preachments

BY STEVE OGAH The Archbishop Emeritus of the Anglican Church of South Africa, Desmond Mpilo Tutu, who died at the age of 90 on 26th December 2021, threw South Africa … Read More

The Third Global Leadership Africa Summit Ends in Omaha

BY JOSEFINA LOZA / PHOTGRAPHY BY EDWIGE GAYIBOR Something is changing in our culture. A vibrant influence is having a breakthrough. As more American listeners become attune to Afrobeats. As … Read More

A Preview of “Stolen Heritage,” a Book by Ghanaian Poet and Writer Nana Aba

Nana Aba, traditionally known as Antaba, a Ghanaian poet and writer, has a book coming out this summer. The fictional work is titled “Stolen Heritage.”  She may be young, but she … Read More

Popular and Controversial Nigerian Televangelist TB Joshua dies at 57

BY ANELA SASHA   He was appreciated and disliked for his prosperity gospel, prophecies and healing claims, so TB Joshua’s death has taken over the online space. Facebook groups and … 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

‘Black Tax,’ a Hindrance or an Unchallenged Norm?

BY NYASHA PILOTO ‘’Black Tax’’ is a term that is making the buzz among Americans. It is the general concept of having to financially provide for your parents and extended … Read More

Zimbabwean Author Celebrates African Heritage and Indigenous Languages

Yeve C. Sibanda, a Zimbabwean native based in Maryland, has penned her first children’s book titled My First Shona & Ndebele Book, which helps readers learn the two primary languages … Read More

“Dark Days In Ghana”

BY OSEI BADU-NKANSAH The words from Dr. Nkrumah’s book titled “Dark Days In Ghana” speak volumes today, as they did many years ago. Indeed, the bright days in Ghana have … Read More

The United States recognizes the re-election of President Ouattara, pledges continued cooperation

BY JIBRIL TURE As President Alassane Ouattara was sworn in today for a third controversial term, the United States, in a statement, recognized the Ivorian president’s re-election. The statement, available … Read More

Former Liberian president Johnson-Sirleaf receives the Ibrahim Prize

BY USMAN MAMA Picked in February as the 2017 winner of the Ibrahim Prize, the former president of Liberia, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, today received the prestigious award in Kigali, Rwanda. The … Read More