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Monthly Archives: June 2017

Kenya may lose 2018 hosting rights

While it was not exactly an easy win to have the hosting rights for 2018 African Nations Championship (Chan), it does appear that the...

Tiote rests in Abidjan

Cote D’ivoire international Cheick Tiote, whose sudden death in China at just 30 years old shocked his country, was laid to rest on Sunday...

Buhari’s speech impaired

President Muhammad Buhari, who left Nigeria 45 days ago to resume treatment for an undisclosed medical condition believed to be cancer, has developed speech...

Growing rates of sickle cell disease prompt urgent call for blood donors

To mark National Blood Week (19th – 25th June), NHS Blood and Transplant is launching an appeal for black donors to register to give...

World Sickle Cell Day – a time for awareness

By Iyamide Thomas - I wonder how many readers know that there is a World Sickle Cell Day and that this is commemorated each...

Lives torched up the Kensington night

By Peter Olorunnisomo - The sight was ghastly to behold. The multi-storey building took on gory blaze of a persecution down the ages when...

Nigerian Nurses UK to celebrate Dame Anionwu

The Nigerian Nurses Charitable Association (NNCAUK) and their compatriots in the UK are organising a charitable ball in honour of Emeritius Professor of Nursing,...

African Newsround – South African girl killed a ‘would-be rapist’

South African girl killed a 'would-be rapist' A SEVENTEEN-YEAR-OLD girl has handed herself to the south African police and has been charged with murder after...

African businesses in the UK Strategies for growth

Barrister Okri and Ade Sawyer, a management consultant examine the reality of the financial value of African businesses in the UK: Strategies for growth...

From Refugee to MBE – Akuja honoured for getting South Sudan Girls work

An inspirational female role model who fled South Sudan as a child has been recognised for amazing work in her home country funded by...

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