Egyptian Sports Minister Leads a Cycling Marathon in New Port Said Tunnels

      Press Statement Egyptian Ministry of Youth and Sports     Egyptian Sports Minister Leads a Cycling Marathon in New Port Said Tunnels   Minister of Youth and Sports Dr. Ashraf Sobhi, accompanied by Major General Adel Al-Ghadban, Governor of Port Said, led an 8 km cycling marathon in new Port Said tunnels […]

Colonial-era treaties are to blame for the unresolved dispute over Ethiopia’s dam

Colonial-era treaties are to blame for the unresolved dispute over Ethiopia’s dam Ethiopian Minister of Water, Irrigation and Energy Seleshi Bekele (C) attends a meeting with his Egyptian and Sudanese counterparts, in Khartoum, Sudan, 21 December 2019. EPA-EFE/MARWAN ALI Mahemud Tekuya, University of the Pacific Disputes over the filling and operation of Ethiopia’s Grand Ethiopian […]

Why is Queen Makeda, Queen of Sheba is being whitewashed?

Considering many people have been taught slavery and colonialism as the major African history, it has become almost hard to convince people, Africa had history before slavery and colonialism, and it was history of glory.   Denying people their real history is denying them self confidence to steer ahead in future. Anta Diop tried to […]

The eleven most spoken native languages in Africa by population

With almost 3000 native languages spoken on the continent, Africa is the most multi-linguistic continent in the world and the most diverse in terms of culture and languages. We won’t be ranking languages that never originated from Africa like Portuguese, English, French etc., but the original African languages originated from Africans. Although many Africans speak […]

Stolen colonial artefacts in British museum“The trustees of the British Museum have become the world’s largest receivers of stolen property, and the great majority of their loot is not even on public display.”

The British Museum has been accused of exhibiting “pilfered cultural property”, by a leading human rights lawyer who is calling for European and US institutions to return treasures taken from “subjugated peoples” by “conquerors or colonial masters”. Geoffrey Robertson QC said: “The trustees of the British Museum have become the world’s largest receivers of stolen property, and […]

These are twenty strongest African currencies in 2019

  1. Libyan Dinar (1 USD-0.77 LD) Libyan dinar was made famous by the late leader Mummar Gaddafi. Libya is known for its vast deposit of crude oil. Oil accounts for the 95% of country’s export, and account for 60% of its GDP. Although the country is ravaged by war, the standard of living is […]

The Berlin conference where no African participated in partition of Africa

  The Berlin conference where no African was present to divide Africa The Berlin conference in one way or another is Africa’s undoing. The colonial powers superimposed their domination in Africa. Even after the independence in 1950s and 1960s the post-independence Africa reality up to date is in mess in terms of human catastrophe. In […]

The country with the most pyramids is not Egypt

  Egypt isn’t the pyramid capital of the world, that we can’t argue, is a fact, and is not either the capital of pyramids in mother Africa. That honour of the country with the highest number of pyramids belong to Sudan. The country with the most pyramids is Sudan. Sudan has 255 known pyramids, compared […]