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Senegal introduces fencing as a new way of rehabilitating children in prison.
Fencing, just like every other sport, isn’t solely for entertainment. Learning of the ethics of life like following rules, confidence boosting, and strategic thinking are also encompassed in this sport.
Despite the honours the Super Falcons have won for Nigeria, why are they still disrespected?
Nigeria won the African Women’s Cup of Nations (AWCON) for the 8th time after a 1–0 win over Cameroun in Yaounde.
Wiki Loves Africa: Wikipedia’s call for an increased coverage of the African continent.
“Of all the millions of subjects you can read about on Wikipedia, subjects relating to Africa have the least coverage.” – Wikimedia Every year, Wikimedia Commons, an online media repository of the Wikimedia Foundation, and...
#ForcaChape: Connecting the dots in the Chapecoense air crash.
The foundation of the passion and love that bind fans and followers of the beautiful round leather game together was violently shaken on the evening of November 28th when the news of the crash of...
Deng Adut: From child soldier to Australian hero.
The Sudanese War of 1983 started after Sudanese president Jaafar Numeiri abolished South Sudan’s autonomy. This war spiraled into guerrilla warfare, causing nearly 2 million deaths by 1998.
#DoctorsOnStrike: Patients escape from Kenya’s largest psychiatric hospital.
Mental patients could still remember how to climb walls as they happily escaped bondage from Kenya’s largest psychiatric hospital–Mathari Hospital–on Monday.
Nigerian artist, Arinze Stanley Egbe, hopes to build a strong recognition for the genre of hyper realistic art.
“I see a future where Nigerian artists will be taken as or even more seriously than engineers, lawyers and doctors.
Is the government of DR Congo trying to change the narrative of rape with lies?
A study in 2015 showed that 48 women were being raped per hour in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The report also found that 1,152 women are raped every day.
FitFam Fest: Why Africa needs to embrace fitness as a prominent part of our culture and lifestyle.
This past Sunday, the Landmark Event Centre in Victoria Island, Lagos hosted Africa’s largest fitness festival, FitFam Fest, where fitness enthusiasts of all ages, and acclaimed fitness instructors converged to enjoy a day entirely dedicated...
CAF 2016 awards: What chances do Nigerians stand in taking home top prizes?
Following the November 22 release of the five-man shortlist for the African footballer of the year award from which Nigerian players were unsurprisingly omitted, the African football body has released shortlist for other categories of...