South Africa: Zulu King Misuzulu ka Zwelithini Crowned

Nomsa Maseko of BBC News Africa is reporting, Misuzulu ka Zwelithini has been crowned Zulu king in a traditional ceremony in...

#BringBackOurGirls: Two Schoolgirls Abducted 8 Years Ago Found

The internet is buzzing with news that two of the 276 schoolgirls kidnapped from a Christian school by Boko Haram eight...

Somalia: Russian-Ukraine War Impacts East African Food Supply

Al-Jazeera is reporting Russia's war on Ukraine is drawing millions of dollars away from other crises including the food shortage crisis...

Nairobi: Water Crisis Exploits Women & Girls

BBC Africa is reporting Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya, is facing a water shortage because of changing weather patterns and...

Tunisia: Raja Amari’s ‘She Had a Dream’ Doc Premieres on AfroPoP

The documentary She Had A Dream by Tunisian filmmaker Raja Amari premieres on AfroPoP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange series tonight at 8...

Somi: Grammy-Nominated Int’l Artist Releases New Album Honoring Makeba

Grammy-nominated International Artist Somi has released a new album honoring legendary South African singer Miriam Makeba. The album is entitled Zenzile:...

African Trade Disrupted by Russian Invasion of Ukraine

On February 24th, 2022, Russian President, Vladimir Putin, launched a full-scale invasion of the neighboring country of Ukraine. The conflict has...

Archbishop Desmond Tutu: Nobel Peace Prize Winning Anti-Apartheid Activist Dies

The world is mourning the loss of anti-apartheid activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Bishop Desmond Mpilo Tutu.  Tutu, who had...

Agnes Tirop: World Champion Kenyan Runner Stabbed to Death

The international sports world is reeling over the murder of world-renowned Kenyan runner Agness Tirop. In what police are calling a...

South Africa: Govt to Deploy 25,000 Troops to Curb Unrest

On July 4, the Burton Wire reported former South African president Jacob Zuma had been sentenced to 15 months in prison...

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