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The story of the Dazzling Slave Girl Who Was Forced To Wear An Iron Face Mask All Her Life

Escrava Anastacia was an ensalved African lady who lived in Brazil in the nineteenth century. As a black slave young lady with shocking beauty,...

I met Robert Mugabe in the late 1970s. What he told me still haunts me.

The Zimbabwean rebel leader wanted to be a different kind of African president. He was — just not the way I thought he meant. “We...

From a drug dealer to a doctor of US history; the inspiring story of Anton House

Anton  House is a doctor of United States history, earning his doctorate from Howard University, a historically black university in Washington, after serving time in prison...

Africa’s Tallest President Actually Shortest In His Family

Paul Kagame born 23 October 1957 is a Rwandan politician and former military leader. He is the 4th and current President of Rwanda having taken office...

She is Gaddafi’s most beautiful female bodyguard. How is she now?

During his lifetime, Gaddafi always liked to carry a group of beautiful female bodyguards. This group of female bodyguards looked like a beautiful landscape...

Watch Nkrumah’s funerals in Guinea and Ghana which have been wiped from history

Ghana’s first President Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah had wanted to industrialize the nation within a generation and everything was on course until some disgruntled...

The Truth Behind Black Africans with Blue Eyes

ave you ever seen a Black man or woman with blue eyes? What was your initial reaction? I almost fainted when I saw one...

The top 10 African countries most affected by covid-19

52 African countries have confirmed cases of coronavirus with tally of cases now surpassing the 30,000 mark, according to latest figures. The continent has recorded 30,329 cases...

African Union slams Trump decision to stop WHO funding

The head of the African Union Commission on Wednesday condemned U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to suspend funding to the World Health Organization (WHO). Moussa...

Paralyzed in a car crash in 1990, Chinua Achebe remained productive for 23 years

Globally acclaimed Nigerian novelist Chinua Achebe came to the world’s attention with his ‘Things Fall Apart,’ book published in 1958, renowned as one of the...

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