MultiChoice Talent Factory South Africa Academy 2023

MultiChoice Talent Factory South Africa Academy 2023 for aspiring film and TV content creators (12-month Fully Funded) Application Deadline: 28 February 2023 bit.ly/3Icvsb0 Applications to be part of MultiChoice Talent Factory South Africa Academy class of 2023 are now open. MTF South Africa is a 12-month long industry readiness programme that affords the opportunity to … Continue reading MultiChoice Talent Factory South Africa Academy 2023

WHO: Unprecedented drought might cause mass starvation

The World Health Organization warned on Wednesday that millions of people in East Africa face the threat of starvation. Speaking at a media briefing in Geneva, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said that drought, climate change, rising prices and an ongoing civil war in northern Ethiopia are all contributing to worsening food insecurity. Over 50 million … Continue reading WHO: Unprecedented drought might cause mass starvation

In search of answers to a great pandemic mystery in Africa

Photo by PICHA Stock on Pexels.com There are no COVID fears in Kamakwie, Sierra Leone. The district’s COVID-19 response center has registered just 11 cases since the start of the pandemic, and no deaths. At the regional hospital, the wards are packed — with malaria patients. The door to the COVID isolation ward is bolted … Continue reading In search of answers to a great pandemic mystery in Africa

Why most African footballers survive abroad

Sadio Mane When Sadio Mané scored the decisive penalty to secure Senegal’s triumph over Egypt at the Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon, Isaak, a professional Ghanaian footballer in his late 20s, could not have been further away from the action. Watching the final online in his room in eastern Thailand, Isaak’s thoughts most likely turned to what might have been had … Continue reading Why most African footballers survive abroad

Are Ibos truly Hebrew exiles from Israel?

Ibos are a meta-ethnicity native to present-day south-central and southeastern Nigeria. Large ethnic Igbo populations are found in Cameroon, Gabon, and Equatorial Guinea, as well as outside Africa. Photo by Anderson Guerra on Pexels.com Ibos are one of the lost tribes of Israel. Ten (10) of the original 12 Hebrew tribes under the leadership of … Continue reading Are Ibos truly Hebrew exiles from Israel?

10 Famous quotes from Kwame Nkrumah

African titan Kwame Nkrumah is the first President and Prime Minister of Ghana. Nkrumah led Ghana to independence. Kwame Nkrumah A nationalist and Pan-Africanism proponent, Nkrumah is undoubtedly one of Africa’s foremost freedom fighters. A Pan-Africanism proponent, Nkrumah is undoubtedly one of Africa’s foremost freedom fighters, nationalist, writer and thinker who was to influence a … Continue reading 10 Famous quotes from Kwame Nkrumah

Smile Africa, you’re not as dark and evil as they say

When Europeans arrived in Africa they found it upon themselves to bring us commerce and civilization. However, Africa had its own forms of commerce, science, art and other measures of civilization long before the arrival of the colonizers. When Europeans arrived in Africa, like everyone who comes from elsewhere into new terrain they had something … Continue reading Smile Africa, you’re not as dark and evil as they say

10 Famous quotes from Patrice Lumumba

Patrice Lumumba is one of Africa’s founding heroes. Today meziesblog celebrates his legacy as we reflect on the quotable words he left us with in his quest to see the liberation and development of Africa. A Pan-Africanist and iconic revolutionary, Lumumba, founder and leader of the Mouvement National Congolais (MNC) party was Congo’s independence leader and the … Continue reading 10 Famous quotes from Patrice Lumumba

African secrets to explosive female orgasm

Kunyaza is a traditional sexual technique used in central Africa. It’s said to be the secret for women to have incredible wet-sex orgasms. Dr Nsekuye Bizimana, a Rwandan sex expert working in Germany, has made a study of the Kunyaza technique. Tapping The basic principle is simple and has been passed on by word of … Continue reading African secrets to explosive female orgasm

Everything you should know about snake bites

Animal bites are a significant cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide.Worldwide, up to five million people are bitten by snakes every year; the majority in Africa and South-East Asia.Prompt medical treatment with appropriate antivenom is required for poisonous snake bites.Dog bites account for tens of millions of injuries annually; the highest risk is among children.Rabies … Continue reading Everything you should know about snake bites

What you should know about mosquito-borne diseases

Mosquitoes are more than just a nuisance in the great outdoors — they can also spread harmful diseases to humans and animals alike. Michigan State University’s Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory tests for these harmful diseases to help veterinarians and public health officials identify and track cases. Photo by Laszlo Fatrai on Pexels.com Many people know that mosquitoes transmit … Continue reading What you should know about mosquito-borne diseases

Germany for the first time admits committing genocide in Namibia

More than 100 years after the crimes were committed, Germany formally confessed on Friday to having committed genocide as the colonial power in what is now Namibia. After years of negotiations, the German government recognized the atrocities committed against the Herero and Nama ethnic groups as genocide and said reparations would be paid. "As a … Continue reading Germany for the first time admits committing genocide in Namibia