Iconic Kenyan marathon runner Eliud Kipchoge beat his own world record in the Berlin Marathon, clocking 2:01:09, a whole 30sec lower than his previous record time of 2:01:39 that he set in 2018.
Justice Sie-A-Nyene Gyapay Yuoh is the third female Chief Justice in Liberia’s 175 years of existence. The founding member of the Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia (AFELL) and former Associate Justice was one of two female judges in the current five-member Supreme Court.
The top 20 finalists of Africa’s Business Heroes (ABH) competition, a flagship philanthropic programme established by the Jack Ma Foundation have been announced. These African entrepreneurs were chosen from more than 21,000 applicants across all 54 African countries.
In the modern age, mobile phones are life partners and tools for literacy and positive socioeconomic progress. Expanding local language accessibility is essential in reducing the rural-urban differential, a gap that an entrepreneur in Ivory Coast is determined to close.
In Nigeria, David Lanre Messan, the founder and CEO of FirstFounders Inc is one of the most sought-after fundraisers in the tech startup ecosystem.
The changing landscape of world cricket has seen the participation of people of colour rise sharply at the highest level on the playing field, in coaching, the boardroom and among fans. Umpiring at the pinnacle of cricket has however lagged behind in the inclusion of marginalised groups. One man is leading that revolution.
The individual earth stewards that care for our natural environments and transform living environments into environmentally friendly versions are the perpetually unsung heroes of our climate precarious age. Here are some legendary, innovative, and unrelenting stewards you should know.
Former Zimbabwe international cricket player Keith Dabengwa broke new ground in 2021 when he was appointed as Denmark’s national team coach. In a short period of time, Dabengwa has turned around the fortunes of the minor cricketing nation, taking the Scandinavians on the verge of a historic achievement. He speaks to us about his milestone and coaching in Denmark.
‘Look Both Ways’ is a parallel-universe drama that allows the audience to watch the protagonist’s life diverge into separate paths on the eve of her college graduation. The film director, Wanuri Kahiu is using this fourth project to branch away from East African-centric themes.