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Britain supports Zimbabwe’s possible re-entry into the Commonwealth.
Britain announced today that it will support Zimbabwe’s re-entry into the commonwealth, 15 years after the Southern African country left the nations bloc.
A list of 18 presidential aspirants for Nigeria’s 2019 general elections.
As the 2019 general elections draw near, and the widespread social media campaign for citizens to get their Permanent Voters Card intensifies, a number of people have a few questions on their lips, “Who do...
Why Nigeria should replicate Rwanda’s free tech-enabled legal services.
A lot of Nigerians have been deprived of justice and fair hearings due to numerous issues.
Rwanda’s recurring landslides worse this year with over 200 people dead.
Unfortunate events have followed the extreme rainfall in Rwanda in the past few months.
To many, Winnie Mandela was a leader, revolutionary and a hero.
On April 2nd 2018, Nomzamo Winifred Madikizela-Mandela‚ a stalwart in the fight against apartheid‚ died at the age of 81.
How to use VMware certifications for a professional upgrade.
VMware professional certifications have always been important to ascertain technical abilities in the IT industry.
Targeted philanthropy tackles neglected tropical diseases in Africa.
Nigeria’s floating slum city of Makoko is separated from the gleaming high-rises of mainland Lagos by a bustling 12-kilometre overpass winding over the black-water lagoon.
Israel celebrates at seventy, but it is also a time to lament.
At seventy, Israel has every reason to celebrate its remarkable achievements as they witnessed the redemption of the Jews they have been dreaming of but never thought they could realize.
Lagos and other African megacities commit to implement the Paris Climate Agreement.
African cities are among the biggest casualties of climate change in the world with many cases of flooding and droughts.
Choosing Home: Young Nigerians retracing their steps one pace at a time.
While marking Nigeria in the Diaspora day in 2015, Nigeria’s Foreign Affairs Minister at the time, Mrs Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala observed that remittances by Nigerians in the Diaspora are in the region of $4 billion yearly.