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Monday, February 19, 2018
By David Blair, and Colin Freeman EARLY LIFE Nelson Mandela was born on July 18 1918 in the village of Mvezo in the rural Transkei area of South Africa. His father, Henry, hailed from the royal family of Thembu clan of the Xhosa people...
Breaking Grounds in Nigeria's political Scene is Adebanke Ilori; a young Activist, Nigerian Legal Practitioner and Politician. With an Interest in Politics since age 15 and a story about how her first campaign was sponsored with her pocket money, She...
Nominations Closed, 2017 Honorees Announced It is with great honor we unveil the 2017 Most Influential People of African Descent (MIPAD) global list to recognize the positive contributions made by people of African descent in public and private sectors worldwide. MIPAD...
Some discover their purpose of contributing to human existence by accident, others are victims of circumstances which changes their views on the important issues. Ovo as he is popularly called by friends discovered his passion for advocacy through an...
Ghana-born Edward Enninful has been announced as named as the first male editor of British Vogue, an iconic fashion magazine which celebrated its centenary last year, on Monday. Born in Ghana, and raised in London as a child, he...
A Civil Engineer by profession, an Entrepreneur, a UN Women’s Empower Women Global Champion for Change, a VV Grow fellow and also a YALI fellow and the founder/CEO of Immaculate Construction (ICON), Tim Immaculate is Breaking grounds in Cameroon,...
In what has been applauded as a great feat, a Nigerian pilot; Ademilola “Lola” Odujinrin who works for Air Djibouti has become the first African pilot in history to fly solo around the world. The pilot who made the entire...
Sweet dreams are definitely made of these; a speculated near seven-figures publishing deal that just closed at Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group, with both deals brokered by ICM Partners. For Nigerian 23 year old writer Tomi Adeniyi, its a great...
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie becomes honorary member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Breaking the news, the academy said:   “When the American Academy of Arts and Letters holds its annual induction and award ceremony in mid-May, Calvin Trillin, secretary, will induct...
By PAUL TIYAMBE ZELEZA Prof Ali Mazrui, who died at the age of 81 on October 12, 2014, was one of Africa’s greatest intellectuals. He was a prominent architect of post-colonial scholarship, an indefatigable voice for Africa’s intellectual rebirth and...
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