In admiration and loving memory of the first African woman Nobel Laureate, who passed away on September 25, 2011.
With the odds stacked heavily against him, few people would have expected Abdisamad Adan to go to college, let alone one of the world’s elite institutions of higher learning-Harvard University.
Last month, the Swaziland Minister of Commerce, Industry and Trade Gideon Dlamini, lent his government’s full support to a project announced by a business consortium to construct a seaport.
A young Nigerian doctor has been shortlisted to be one of the young people who will fly to space and be the first Nigerian to do so
Three young Somali-Canadian women are challenging the negative position Islam experiences in global media & society with Qurtuba Publishing House, their tool to publish and promote the positives aspects of a Muslim lifestyle
As a young boy, Sandile Shezi took all the money given to him for tuition in a particular year and used it to trade on the foreign exchange market. Today, at 23, he is one of South Africa’s youngest millionaires
KTN news anchor Nancy Kacungira was on Monday announced as the recipient of the BBC World News Komla Dumor Award
A 24 year-old South African man is being lauded around the country for his extraordinary that led him through being a supermarket cashier to graduating with a Masters degree in law at the prestigious University of Oxford
A South African graduate has a written a book as a fundraising method to pay for her university transcript because her family could not afford to