he day of reckoning is arriving in southern Africa for the hundreds of thousands of Blacks whose lands were taken forcibly by white settlers—a crime that goes unpunished despite promises for land reform year after year.
The National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) announces the launch of a global news feature series on the history, contemporary realities and implications of the transatlantic slave trade, according to NNPA President and CEO, Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis Jr.
One of the Caribbean Community’s most influential leaders has raised an important issue regarding the sale of years-old, frozen American chicken to his island nation and to the Caribbean Community in general, saying the region should not be treated as ...
Ghana’s President Nana Akufo-Addo declared a week of mourning to pay homage to former U.N. chief and Nobel laureate, Kofi Atta Annan.
The hastily organized inauguration of Emmerson Mnangagwa as president of Zimbabwe has hit a brick wall. Invites to the heads of diplomatic missions, international organizations and consulates were pulled back after challenges to last month’s general election put a question ...
Authorities in Jamaica are trying their best to push the other members of the 15 nations in the Caribbean Community to seriously consider the benefits an organized medical marijuana industry could have for the region.
Caroline Esinam Adzogble, a 26-year old Black woman, is already a successful entrepreneur, educationist, business coach, diversity maverick, and an advocate for women and girls in technology.
Thousands of women and gender activists joined together on the first day of Women’s Month to protest the rising incidence of gender-based violence across the country.
In the early hours of Aug. 3, the 39th anniversary of the Freedom Coup, Don Victor Mooney lights a candle at Saint Patrick’s Cathedral in memory of the lives lost during the liberation of Equatorial Guinea and offered a prayer ...
After years of instability brought on by the latest civil war and the Ebola crisis, Liberia’s appears to be starting to rebound after the election of new President George Manneh Weah and a recent investment and trade conference.
As Malians went to the polls Sunday, more than 700 polling stations were shuttered amid threats of violence and attacks, including election officials beaten up, ballot boxes burned and election supervisors stopped by armed groups from entering polling stations.
It’s been called “Abiy-mania”—an impulse to reach out and hug the young new Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Abiy Ahmed, who called an end to his country’s bitter war with Eritrea among other sweeping changes in the Horn of Africa.
Here are 10 fast facts to note on the Trump administration's rapidly hot button issue.
There were no major observances organized for last week’s 28th anniversary of the July 27, 1990, attempted coup in Trinidad that saw heavily armed but apparently misguided Islamic militants storm the island’s parliament while it was in session and attack ...
It has been less than six months since Simidele Adeagbo made history as the first athlete from Nigeria to compete at the Olympic Winter Games in the sport of skeleton, but she is already part of history once again.