[The Conversation Africa] We are currently experiencing the worst environmental crisis in human history, including a “biological annihilation” of wildlife and dire risks for the future of human civilization.
Former Angola star Quinzinho will be laid to rest in Portugal after his death near Lisbon earlier in the week.
Arsenal forward Alex Iwobi wants to emulate his uncle, Jay-Jay Okocha, by winning the Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt at the first attempt.
[Concord] The Minister of Youth Affairs, Hon. Mohamed O. Bangura has today received an outstanding recognition from visiting Armed Forces from Ghana, Zambia, Niger, Togo and Nigeria.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] London -Women are just as likely to earn less than men when they work under a female supervisor or in a company with a high proportion of women at the top, academics said on Thursday.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] London -Children from poor families in sub-Saharan Africa have been able to swap cleaning up cowpats for lessons thanks to a solar power project that rewards parents for sending them to school.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] London -Alexa was eight when she discovered video games, from racing, solving puzzles and playing out fantasies in virtual worlds.
[Guardian] Nigeria Volleyball Federation (NVF) President, Musa Nimrod has revealed that the country is ready to host the 2019 Africa Senior Men and Women Nations Beach Volleyball Cup from April 21 to 28 at Jabi Lake Park, Abuja.Nimrod, who doubles as the chairman of Nigeria Beach Volleyball, said the country accepted to host the competition due to its consistency and successes in beach...
[The Conversation Africa] Artificial intelligence refers, among other things, to machines’ capacity to demonstrate some degree of what humans consider “intelligence”. This process is being driven by the rapid advancement of machine learning: getting machines to think for themselves rather than pre-programming them with an absolute concept.
The fighting between Libya’s rival factions for control of the country’s capital this month killed 205 people so far, the World Health Organisation said.
[The Herald] National Blood Services Zimbabwe (NBSZ) has been selected among six other countries in the world to share best practices in ensuring a safer and quality blood transfusion process. The five other countries are Rwanda, Cameroon, Belgium, Netherlands and the United States.
“When we arrived here, there were TV crews and photographers, but now nobody comes,” said Abdallah, amazed to see a journalist turn up at his Sudanese refugee camp in Chad.
Africa: African Leaders Put Economic Squeeze On Journalists to Prevent Info Free Flow – Media Watchdog
[RFI] African leaders have switched tactics to prevent news from circulating by putting economic pressure on journalists, usually through an exorbitant tax or inflated media accreditation charges, according to media watchdog Reporters Without Borders’ 2019 report on press freedom in sub-Saharan Africa.
A military council, led by General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, which took power has so far resisted calls from protesters to quickly bring in a civilian administration.
German Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund welcomes their former Ghana star Otto Addo as the club’s “talent coach”.
EURAFRICAN FORUM 2019: António Vitorino, Director General for the International Organization for Migrations – UN Migration Agency (IOM) confirmed to address about the migration dialogue between Europe and Africa
EurAfrican Forum (www.EurAfricanForum.org), an action-oriented platform that aims to foster stronger collaboration between Europe and Africa, announces the 2019 edition under the theme “Partnership of Equals: Sharing Valu
With little faith in their government, Zimbabweans have take the rescue effort into their own hands after Cyclone Idai hit the Chimanimani region.
[Leadership] Abuja -The African Development Bank Group has disclosed that it has funded 4,391 projects since its inception. This includes 1,166 projects in West Africa with total commitments of $23.5 billion.