Mugabe’s Body Arrives Home From Singapore

 A crowd of thousands of Harare residents grew suddenly, eerily silent Wednesday afternoon as an unmarked plane rolled slowly down the tarmac, bringing home the body of the man who many consider the father of Zimbabwe. The flag-draped casket carrying the body of former President Robert Mugabe was somberly welcomed in Harare by top officials,…

Soyinka: UK setting bad example over handling of Brexit

Celebrated Nigerian writer Wole Soyinka has called on Commonwealth member countries to send a fact-finding mission to the UK following last week's decision by Prime Minister Boris Johnson to suspend - or prorogue - parliament.  Mr Johnson's move had been seen by some as an attempt to stop MPs from preventing the UK form leaving…

Kenya Becomes The First African Country to Recognise Intersex People

Intersex people are born with physical characteristics that do not fit the typical definitions of male or female, Aljazeera described. A Kenya news media reported the census operation officially started at 6 pm with many Saturday with many Kenyans taking to the social media to describe the questions asked: “were not making sense.”. The governor…

Pogba suffers racist abuse & death threats after he misses the penalty

There appeared to be a debate between Pogba and teammate Marcus Rashford over who should take the spot-kick, with Pogba eventually taking control and taking the ball from Rashford. He went on to miss, however, after Wolves goalkeeper Rui Patricio dived to his right to save, and the game ended in a draw. Shortly after…

Osun State Government declares public holiday for ‘Isese Day’

Osun State Government has declared Tuesday  as public holiday to mark this year’s traditional worshipers’ day otherwise known as ‘’Isese Day.” Ministry of Home Affairs, Culture and Tourism, Dr. Obawale Adebisi, urged traditional worshipers to be peaceful and law-abiding in their conduct during and after the celebrations. Obawale enjoined the traditional worshipers to pray for…

Zimbabwe’s police beat anti-government protesters in capital

Zimbabwe's police used tear gas, arrests and beatings Friday to quell anti-government protests in the capital, Harare. Seven people were injured, including one in critical condition, and 80 people were arrested, said Nelson Chamisa, leader of the Movement for Democratic Change opposition party that organized the demonstrations. "There is not going to be any rest…