Africa Applause Announces 2014 Honorees for African…

in ADA Awards by Shanta Bryant Gyan
Applause Africa, a multimedia platform that aims to celebrate, empower and connect the people, culture and visions of Africans in the Diaspora, announced today the 2014… Read more

Meck Khalfan: A Dream Affirmed

in Innovation by Robert Bernstein
Parents are considered by many to be the best teachers. In the case of Meck Khalfan they were certainly the best examples and motivators. As members of the Chagga of… Read more

DAVID ADJAYE A futurist is intrigued

in Innovation by Debo Folorunsho
As an internationally acclaimed architect and innovator, how has visiting 52 African capital cities helped inspire creativity within your work? The project opened me up… Read more

The New Partnership for African Development's Agenda 2063

in Features by Robert Bernstein
The African Union was formed in 2002 to continue the work of the Organization of African Unity. The organization represents 54 of 55 African nations in efforts to… Read more

Pistorius AKA Blade Runner Gets 5 Years for Murder

in Features by Michael Ikotun
Oscar Pistorius has been taken from Pretoria High Court to a nearby prison, where he will begin serving a five-year sentence for fatally shooting his girlfriend, Reeva… Read more

How To Be An Ebola-Free Country; A Lesson From Nigeria

in Magazine by Michael Ikotun
With the World Health Organization declaring Nigeria’s recent Ebola-free status a “spectacular success story,” there are lessons that can be learned from the country,… Read more

MaameYaa's Off-Broadway debut "LIFT" Open Next week.

in Art & Culture by AA Editor
The New York based Ghanaian actress and print model MaameYaa Boafo is currently in a new off broadway play "LIFT”. The previews of the Off-Broadway play start on October… Read more

USA Investing in Nigerian Economic Development, Solar Power

in Innovation by Michael Ikotun
With a commitment to boost electricity supply in Nigeria, President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan and the Federal Government are on track to restore uninterrupted power supply… Read more

Thomas Duncan Loses Life To Ebola, Family Grieves In…

in Magazine by Michael Ikotun
The first time Thomas Eric Duncan left Liberia, he was lucky. He escaped a civil war that killed tens of thousands in the 1990s. From the safety of a refugee camp, he… Read more

SC Johnson Continues to Explore New Business Concepts to…

in Innovation by Michael Ikotun
RACINE, Wis., Oct. 8, 2014 - For billions of people around the world the threat of a malaria infection is an everyday reality. To help reduce disease in these rural… Read more