South African Woman, 27, Brutally Stabbed To Death By Her Close Friend

  A 27-year-old woman, Kristy James was brutally murdered by her friend while at work in…

John Lay Thompson: African-American Businessman, Editor, Publisher, And Lawyer

  African-American businessman, editor, publisher, and attorney John Lay Thompson also practiced law. Most people know…

Remembering Rose Fortune, The First Female Police Officer In Canada

  On March 13, 1774, Rose Fortune was born. In Virginia, she was born into slavery.…

This Woman Gave Up Her Goal Of Becoming A Nurse To Make Spices

  When COVID-19 hit, Shabria Jerome was employed as a nursing assistant. She was also enrolled…

How South Carolina’s Slave Bread Became the Enslaved’s Only Source of Food

  Before and during the Civil War, the Europeans in South Carolina mainly relied on female…

Chinese Rhino Horn Smuggler Escapes From Prison In Namibia

  Authorities in Namibia said that a Chinese person who was serving a 15-year prison term…

Sub-Saharan Africa Could Be Unsustainable By 2050 – Report

  Sydney-based think tank Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP), published on Wednesday (Oct 19) the…

Qatar FIFA World Cup: Three Million Ticket Sold In Less Than A Month To Kick Off 

  Nearly 2.9 million tickets have been sold for the World Cup in Qatar, FIFA and…

Zimbabwe Is First African Country To Approve Injectable HIV Prevention Drug

    Zimbabwe has approved the use of long-acting injectable cabotegravir (CAB-LA) as pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP)…

Ndovu Kuu Biography: Inside The Life Of Kenyan Musician

  Christopher Thande Githara, better known by his stage name Ndovu Kuu, was born in Kenya…

Emma Miloyo Biography: The First Woman to Become President of the Architectural Association of Kenya 

  Emma Miloyo is a licensed architect from Kenya who was born on December 29, 1981.…

St. Maurice: The Black Roman General Killed For Refusing Orders To Persecute Christians

  He was killed with his legion for defying the king’s order to hunt down Christians…

From Barefoot Singer To Peru’s First Black Cabinet Minister: The Story Of Susana Baca

  Susana Baca, a multiple Grammy Award winner, is one of Peru’s most celebrated political elites.…

I Am An Adult, No One Will Ban Me From Twitter – Uganda President’s Son Fires Back

  Uganda’s latest four-star general Muhoozi Kainerugaba has refused to be banned from Twitter a day…

British-Nigerian Singer, Little Simz Wins 2022 Mercury Music Prize

  Simbiatu “Simbi” Abisola Abiola Ajikawo was born in Islington, London, to Nigerian parents. She is…

OnlyFans Model Who killed Nigerian-American Boyfriend Had Begged Police For Help Two Days Before The ‘Murder’, New Video Reveals

  The OnlyFans model charged with fatally stabbing her Nigerian-American boyfriend pleaded with authorities to help her…

Microsoft Lays Off Nearly 1,000 Staff Worldwide As Share Price Plunges 30% In A Year

  Microsoft has laid off nearly 1,000 employees worldwide amid fears of a recession. The layoffs…

Khopesh: What You Need To Know About The Ancient Egyptian Sword

  For centuries, swords, knives, and daggers have been the weapons of choice for soldiers all…

The Inspiring Story Of Dasheeda Dawson, New York City’s First Cannabis Boss

  Dasheeda Dawson did not want to have anything to do with cannabis growing up in…

Kanye West Reportedly Ready To Finally Settle His Divorce With Kim Kardashian

  Kanye West is finally ready to settle his divorce with ex-wife Kim Kardashian, over a…

Black Professor Awarded the ‘Genius Grant’ with $800K Stipend For His Literary Work

  Kiese Laymon, an award-winning author and English professor at Rice University in Houston, Texas, has…