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‘Orah’ Director Talks About Africa’s Toronto Moment: “We’re Finally Making Our Own Stories”

While global streamers like Netflix and Amazon Prime are finally making inroads into Africa, Nigerian-Canadian filmmaker Lonzo Nzekwe is finally enjoying his moment in...

Discovery of Africa’s First-Ever Slavery Plantation: Ancient Remains of a 500-Year-Old Sugar Mill and Estate Unearthed on a Small Western Island.

Archaeologists have uncovered the earliest evidence of plantation slavery: the ruins of a 16th-century sugar mill and estate on a small West African island.The...

Is Africa’s Possible Splitting in Half? The 2,000-Mile Rift Widens by One Inch Annually

A massive rift running through Africa will split the continent in two and form Earth's sixth ocean, scientists have warned. The countries along the...

World Rugby Makes Final Decision following South Africa’s Ban of Israeli Team

World Rugby has concluded that a decision made by the South African Rugby Union (SARU) to disinvite an Israeli team from an international competition...

South Africa’s ruling party calls for the country to leave the International Criminal Court due to ‘unfair’ reasons.

South Africa's ruling party wants the country to quit the "unfair" International...


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