BREONNA TAYLOR is featured on the cover of O, The Oprah magazine, making her the first woman other than Oprah Winfrey to grace the front of the publication in its 20-year history.
Oprah made the decision to use the cover to pay tribute to Taylor i
COVID-19 CAN provide an opportunity for African governments to strengthen the way they govern and foster greater unity in the region according to a leading United Nations official.
Stan Nkwain, the Director of the United Nations Development Progra
KRISSAH THOMPSON has become the first black woman to be appointed as a managing editor in The Washington Post’s 143-year history.
Thompson, who has spent two decades working in The Washington Post newsroom, entering the publication as an intern, w
FORMER PRIME Minister Owen Arthur has passed away at the age of 70, a Government statement has confirmed.
Arthur, the island’s longest serving Prime Minister, died at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital at 12:26 a.m. He was hospitalised last week with h
A RACIAL justice activist who led protests against the police shooting of Michael Brown has defeated a veteran congressman in Missouri’s Democratic primary.
Cori Bush, a pastor and nurse, beat congressman William Lacy Clay 49 per cent –
ZIMBABWE’S PRESIDENT has pledged to “flush out” those seeking to “divide” the country as anger over corruption and human rights violations grow.
Dozens of people have been arrested and detained in the past few weeks over protests against governmen
ONE OF the key challenges being faced by public health authorities in countries all over the world in the face of COVID-19 is the infection of health professionals while treating patients.
According to figures released earlier this year by the Int
FORMER US First Lady Michelle Obama has said that racial injustice, the COVID-19 pandemic and the ‘hypocrisy’ of President Trump’s administration have led to her suffering from “low-grade depression”.
Obama was speaking during the latest episode o
AFRICA’S GOVERNMENTS are being urged to speed up their commitment to gender equality and the empowerment of women to help address the impact of COVID-19.
Following a recent virtual meeting between the African Union Commission (AUC) and civil soci
SOMALI HUMAN rights activist and doctor Hawa Abdi has died aged 73.
She died on Wednesday at home in Mogadishu, according to The New York Times.
Abdi, a Nobel Peace Prize nominee, helped tens of thousands of people after she built a hospital, s