Algerians unhappy about France’s lack of apology for war role

Algerians have called on France to acknowledge the crimes it committed in the Algerian war of 1954-1962. The French president Emmanuel Macron will take symbolic acts to appease memories of the war...

Top South African minister dies after Covid battle

Pumza Fihlani BBC News, Johannesburg Prominent South African politician Jackson Mthembu has died of Covid-related complications, President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced. Mr Mthembu, who since 2019...

Covid-19 variants: Angola tests travelers from S. Africa, Brazil, Portugal

Angola has imposed fresh restrictions on air travel passengers to prevent the importation of the coronavirus variants. On Wednesday, the Central African nation recorded 82 confirmed cases. Travelers from...

Is it Possible to Separate Artists from their Art?

Lola Odele The domino effect of the me-too movement still lingers in our memory. During the ‘mute R. Kelly‘ campaign – an idea meant to stop the artist from profiting from his...

Let’s not Turn a Blind Eye to Poor Waste Management in Lagos State

Tari Taylaur Lagos State generates up to 12,000 metric tonnes of waste daily. A growing portion of this waste finds its way into our streets, highways, and canals. Deficiencies within...

These 10 Nigerian TikTok Creators Are Ones to Watch Out For in 2021

themselves through dance, music and comedy. Now, as we embrace the New Year, TikTok is shining the spotlight on a list of creators from Nigeria with incredible skills and...

30 Reactions That Perfectly Describe How Nigerians Feel About The 46th Presidential Inauguration

By BellaNaija.com As former President Donald Trump passed the torch to President Joe Biden during the official inauguration on Wednesday morning, many tweeted, took screen grabs and memes to describe their reactions to...

6 Lucrative Online Businesses for Nigerian Youth

Peace Chinenye The economic disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria was devastating. Millions of people fell into extreme poverty. Many also lost their means of livelihood.

EU, U.S calls for probe into Uganda election violence

The European Union and the US have called for probe into Uganda’s election violence even as the opposition leader Bobi Wine remains under house arrest. Uganda's longtime leader President...

Could Senegalese student Diary Sow still be alive?

By Rédaction Africanews Could Diary Sow still be alive? That’s the question on the minds of many following news that the 20-year-old Senegalese student who...

‘Baby-harvesting syndicate’ arrested in Ghana

Thomas Naadi BBC News, Accra People behind an alleged baby-harvesting and child-trafficking syndicate operating at health facilities in Ghana have been arrested. It follows months...

Africa’s Covid death rate ‘now above global average’

Africa's Covid-19 case fatality rate is now higher than the global average, which is "worrying and concerning", according to the head of Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC).

Ethiopia blames ‘third party’ for Sudan border row

Ethiopia’s military has accused an unnamed "third party" of being behind its border dispute with Sudan, according to the state-owned Ethiopian News Agency. Army Chief of Staff General Birhanu...

Biden reverses controversial US travel bans

US President Joe Biden has begun to undo some of Donald Trump's key policies, hours after being sworn in, including ending the travel ban on some majority-Muslim countries. His...