Archie Just Made His First Appearance on the Family’s Royal Tour

Four-month-old Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor made his royal tour debut on Wednesday morning, joining proud parents Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for a visit to the Tutu Legacy Foundation in Cape Town. The Sussexes met with human rights activist Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter, Thandeka. Baby Archie attended his first royal engagement in South Africa with […]

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Italy cancels street sweeping fine for Nigerian migrant

A council in northern Italy has cancelled a fine imposed on a Nigerian migrant for sweeping its streets without permission.  Local police in Mestre near Venice fined the man – whose name is Monday – nearly $400 (€360; £320).  After a public outcry, the authorities conceded that the punishment was excessive.  Money raised in an […]

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I was the only female reporter in my city – Somali Journalist

Maryan Seylac is a journalist from Somalia. She was one of the first female reporters from her city, Baidoa, and set up an organisation that seeks to encourage and support women journalists in the country. She has told the BBC her story, discussing the challenges that women face in one of the world’s most dangerous […]

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Google celebrates Nigerian food culture

Google is celebrating Nigerian food culture with the world through its project ‘Come Chop Bellefull: A Taste of Nigeria. The project was launched in collaboration with the Centenary Project on Tuesday at the Pan-Atlantic University (PAU), Lagos. The Centenary Project had since its inception in 2014 focused on digitally capturing and showcasing the cultural and […]

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Buhari removes Festus Keyamo as Minister of State for Niger Delta Affairs

Festus Keyamo, a senior advocate of Nigeria (SAN) who was initially announced as the minister of state for Niger Delta affairs, is now the minister of state for labour and employment. According to a statement issued on Tuesday by Willie Bassey, director of information at the office of secretary to the government of the federation, […]

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