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Between the 9th and 11th centuries C.E., the kingdom of Ghana was so rich that its dogs wore golden collars, and its horses, which were adorned with silken rope halters, slept on plush carpets. Based on animal luxuries alone, it is no wonder that foreigners touted Ghana’s kings as the richest men in the world. […]

Upon Africa’s soils our prehistoric relatives have walked side by side. From its territories, great civilizations have risen to glory. Through its peoples, astounding cultures have grown and flourished. Yet many myths remain about Africa. Why is such an important place so stigmatized and misunderstood? Africa Africa’s Great Rift Valley is the largest landform on […]

by William Campbell Douglas, M.D. from HealingTools Website There is no question mark after the title of this article because the title is not a question. It’s a declarative statement. WHO, the World Health Organization, murdered Africa with the AIDS virus. That’s a provocative statement, isn’t it? The answers to this little mystery, Murder on […]

By admin on April 2, 2017 Global Zimbabwean journalist, Leonard Makombe, took to twitter to share his experience with some white tourists in Uganda. According to the journalist, some white tourists refused to share the pool with him after he dived into the pool. Below is what he twitted: From Yasuh

Post by Nedu March 21, 2017 Advertisement Marking the human rights day, the Black First Land First (BLF) movement upheld that the African National Congress (ANC) government whitewashed the blood of Sharpeville with words.   According to BLF, the ANC government’s decision to recognize the tragic history of Sharpeville as human right day, was meant […]

Thus saith the ex wife of South Africa’s greatest son, late Nelson Mandela: South Africa is in crisis and, what the freedom fighters fought for, has been messed up. Winnie Madikizela-Mandel shared the sentiment above when she speaking about Ahmed Kathrada commemoration ceremony at the Nelson Mandela Foundation in Johannesburg. Ahmed Kathrade, one of the […]

The following material is from the book Geography: Realms, Regions and Concepts, by H. J. de Blij, Peter O. Muller, 2003 1884-1885 – Berlin West African Conference carves Africa into spheres of control In the second half of the nineteenth century, after more than four centuries of contact, the European powers finally laid claim to […]