Family Feud is one of the longest-running and top-rated game shows in the world. Since its inception in the U.S. in 1976, the show has entertained millions of viewers all across the globe and the latest version of the popular game show in Africa is expected to push the envelope even higher.
You can take an African out of Africa, but you will never take Africa out of an African.
Airline travel has been greatly affected by the recent COVID-19 virus. Just recently, Warren Buffet has just sold all of his airline stocks. Airline companies are struggling.
Africans are being harassed and denied services in China during the COVID-19 pandemic, with the majority of them being evicted without breaking any rules.
The last couple of days have been a mess on every single level. Lives have been changed to a degree where we are projecting cultural and social-economical impacts that will put a milestone mark in the history of humankind. One word will be spoken in the future to bring back flashbacks of the most recent dark times in the world: #CoronaVirus, a.k.a COVID-19.
The top three African footballers have been selected by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) in anticipation of the upcoming CAF Awards coming up on January 7, 2020, which will reveal the best African football player for the year 2019.
CRISPIN MUDIBANGU ATUNAKU ADUNAGOW, son of NGEMI MUTEKU and MARIE UDIMBILA, was born on August 9, 1943, in SUNGU (MASI-MANIMBA, KWILU) in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
IF YOU’RE EXPECTING a tax refund this year, you need a good plan for your money. Always remember that the government isn’t sending you a bonus check – it’s money that should have been yours all along. In fact, if you’re receiving a huge refund, you’re probably having too much withheld. Be sure to revisit your W-4 form and adjust your federal income tax withholding allowances.
This is the amazing story of a young, beautiful Nigerian philanthropist, entrepreneur and activist Dora Enwere who devotes her time, effort and resource to charity.
Kigali, the capital city of Rwanda, has been shortlisted among the sixteen (16) finalists for the WellBeing City Awards. This global award aims at recognizing cities, around the globe, that place well-being at the core center of their urban design, planning, and policies.
This is an opportunity for all Africans, under 30 years of age, who are building brands, creating jobs, representing and transforming the African continent, to join the prestigious Forbes Africa Under 30 community for 2019.
If you were born in Africa, you will remember seeing this on a daily basis: a mother carrying a child tucked in on her back by a piece of clothing, tightly wrapped around her chest and waist. The intimacy shared between the mother and the child can be testified by the piece and serenity displayed on the child’s face.
Her name is Nere Teriba, she is young but her determination and ambitions are limitless. At just 36 years of age, Nere Teriba is the Managing Director and Vice Chairman of Kain Smith Trade & Co. Ltd, a company she created in 2012, and which is very active in consulting, extractive industries, mining concession management and mineral trading in Nigeria. In a few weeks to come, Nere Teriba will make history of the industries of her country Nigeria, by becoming the first and youngest Nigerian to refine gold locally.