African American Families: Balancing Business and Family

On a summer evening, Karen Tappin pulls up to collect her 6-year old daughter from a full day of African, tap,...

Okonjo-Iweala First Woman & African to Head WTO

Nigerian economist Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is shattering global glass ceilings. Okonjo-Iweala has been named to head the World Trade Organization (WTO),...

Zimbabwe: Mugabe Declared Winner of Presidential Election

0 is reporting that the hotly contested election for the next president of Zimbabwe has been settled with incumbent Robert Mugabe...

Zambia: President Michael Sata Dies

The BBC is reporting that Zambian president Michael Sata has died, after receiving treatment for an undisclosed illness. The author writes: "President...

Canadian Authorities Crackdown on Citizenship Fraud

Caribbean 360 is reporting that Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander said he is reinforcing the government’s commitment to tackling citizenship...

Christiane Taubira: France's Justice Minister Subjected to Racist Slurs

Writing for The Root, Breanna Edwards writes that France's Justice Minister Christiane Taubira has been subjected to a slew of racist...

Barbados: Govt Introducing Renewable Energy Legislation

Caribbean 360 is reporting that the Barbados government will soon introduce legislation to facilitate renewable energy generation on the island. The...

Brazil: 31 Student Arrests in Protests Over Rio Bus Fares

Ben Tavener of The Rio Times is reporting that protests over the increase in bus fares in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil...

Nigeria: Mobil Must Pay Court Ordered $83.4 Million Tax

The Associated Press is reporting that Nigeria's Tax Appeal Tribunal has ordered Mobil Oil Nigeria to pay $83.4 million in education...

‘Give a Glove’ Campaign to Help End Spread of Ebola

0 is reporting that the HEARTT Foundation has incorporated the "Give a Glove" campaign into their Ebola BlockAID campaign. The "Give a...

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