The season of imbibing is upon us, but me, I won’t spend a single cent on booze. I’ll be scavenging at parties and listening to stories told by Zimbabweans back from South Africa about how awesome Mzansi is and how awful Zimbabwe is, like we care.
A 31 year-old Nigerian scientist has received a patent for his pioneering work of turning urine into flammable gases, raising hopes in a time of a global energy crisis
We all saw the headlines and the cover art: The ever present silhouette of an acacia tree; the warmth of a rust-colored sun, setting slowly in the sky; and the words hovering above this image in bold print “Africa Rising”.
A solar farm in Tunisia could soon provide energy to around 2.5 million homes in the UK. It is said to be 20 per cent cheaper than other sources
The Zimbabwean government is drafting a raft of cyber laws to “regulate” the country’s social media, in other words silence critics like “Baba Jukwa”. The government is setting itself a mammoth task, and the jokes are unlikely to stop.
Daniel Adeyelika is Nigeria’s youngest certified pilot and he serves as First Officer on the Boeing 737-600 to 900 aircraft series
A young inventor from northern Namibia has innovatively used scrap material to build a satellite dish booster to enhance people’s internet connectivity, especially those in the rural areas where the signal can be significantly weaker than normal
A Zimbabwean team of paediatric surgeons, doctors and nurses has forged a new precedent after successfully parting a pair of 2 month-old twins joined through their lower chests and abdomen
Last week, the first of Kenya Airways’ recently-purchased fleet of nine Boeing 787 Dreamliners took its maiden voyage between Nairobi and Paris. In the captain’s seat was Captain Koki Mutungi, Kenya’s first black female Dreamliner pilot