Young South African entrepreneur develops his own smartphone known as the ‘Shumiphone’

Lesley Ncube developed his own smartphone, known as the 'Shumiphone'. The TUT graduate received his advanced diploma in computer science in June last year and he has already launched a company and his own smartphone. The 26-year-old has always dreamed of owning his own tech company and he is making it a reality now.

KING TAKYI: The Ghanaian ‘King-Turned Slave’ And Leader Of The 1760 Slave Rebellion In Jamaica

You might have wondered what was slavery like and the ordeals we had to face as Africans including the narrow escapes and counterattacks. The era of slavery was notorious for rebellions and slave revolts. Significantly, the Tacky's war which included…

Ya Yaa Asantewaa: The Ashanti Queen That Single handedly Defeated The British

Throughout the course of history, we have witnessed the sacrifices delivered by so many capable strong women within the African setting. As today is International Women's Day, we take a look at one outstanding woman in the history of Ghana…

Jean Bédel Boukassa (The French Fiasco)

The Official Flag of Central African Republic. Africa throughout its history has seen different reign of democratic and tyrannical leaders. The leadership inefficiencies could be linked to the outcome as to why Africa is languishing in poverty. African leaders are…

How this South African accountant-turned-entrepreneur made over $1m making and selling shoes

At 29, Theo Baloyi has a made name for himself in South Africa as one of the thriving young entrepreneurs. His journey started when he met a French businessman with a shop at Durban Airport a few years ago. In a long conversation, the two of them talked about entrepreneurship and culture.

Meet Dr. Thakgalo Thibela: The Youngest Active Female Doctor In South Africa At Age 21

In South Africa, A 21-year-old young and brilliant woman named Dr Thakgalo Thibela has already completed her Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBCh) degree and is currently practising at the Helen Joseph hospital in Johannesburg. This makes Dr Thakgalo Thibela the youngest active female doctor in South Africa, according to the spokesperson of The Health Practice Council of South Africa (HPCSA), Priscilla Sekhonyana who confirmed that Thibela was the youngest Active Dr currently on the IN Register.

You need to explore Sierra Leone!

The National Flag of Sierra Leone The Western Media have always potray the negative side of Africa and diverts focus from the sultry and applaudable features and the aura of nature and touristic sanity we enjoy as Africans. Sierra Leone,…

Would the Biafran Dream Ever be Achieved?

The Biafran war had its long root of political and ethnic division. This phase stands as one of the darkest and dimmest in the history of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. The conflict lasted for three years as the Republic…

How I saved 1,268 Hutu and Tutsi refugees from the Rwandan genocide

The Rwandan genocide lasted for approximately 100 days and it claimed around 500,000 to 1.2 million lives of Rwandans caught between the massive ravaging of the Hutu led interhamwe militia. Paul Rusesabagina was one of nine children born to a…

Conceptualizing the superiority of black women

The role of women in global society is often downplayed by the idea of male chauvinism and massive patriarchy. Religion in its widest entirety isn't much in belief of the power that women possesses.Many of us see African spirituality as…

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