By Joseph Hammond The Biden administration has offered rare praise to Zambia as U.S. relations between Zambia and the United
Gambian Government Says Fugitive Soldier Who Backed Coup Plot Has Fled Abroad
By Joseph Hammond The Gambian government has charged eight soldiers with plotting a coup against the country’s democratically elected government.
(BPRW) Black-Owned Business, Nubian Hueman Contributes Nine Years to Local DC Economy and Abroad
(Black PR Wire) Nubian Hueman, located in the heart of the Southeast D.C. Anacostia community, has invested more than $2.7
Hyenas, Wild Dogs And Cheetahs Disappearing From African Savannah
By Mark Waghorn They are among large carnivores being driven to extinction by habitat loss, persecution by humans and reduced
Controversy After Statue Of US Trained Preacher Unveiled In London
By Joseph Hammond LONDON— A new statue in London’s iconic Trafalgar Square has sparked an unlikely controversy. At center stage
Morocco Fertilizer Firm Invests In Green Initiatives, Including Effort With U.S. Fund
By Joseph Hammond (CASABLANCA, Morocco) One of the world’s largest “supermajor” fertilizer production companies has made a substantial commitment to
Gambians Wonder If Country’s Former Dictator Behind Recent Coup Attempt.
By Joseph Hammond The government of Gambia today has announced that an attempted coup in the country has been foiled.
Uganda’s Appears To Have Defeated The World’s Latest Outbreak Of Ebola
By Joseph Hammond Wash your hands. Wear a mask. Practice social distancing. The same measures deployed to fight COVID-19 appear
A Missed Opportunity — U.S. Set Agenda of Africa Summit, Not Africans
By Peter Schurmann Editor’s Note: Africa’s 1.2 billion people—with a median age of 18—will comprise almost half the world’s population