Sheillah Sheldone Charles is a nine-year-old Kenyan artist and designer who, even at such a tender age, knows that her talent is her lifelong path
In 84 years of its existence, South African Airways (SAA) finally made its first all female crew operated International flight between South Africa and Sao Paulo, Brazil. The flight was piloted by Captain by Jane Trembath, with co-pilots Senior First Officer Asnath Mahapa and Senior First Officer Annemari Smit.
Aida Muluneh is an internationally recognised photographer whose work told the story of Ethiopia long before it became a trend – and long before the tremendous changes the country has seen under the new regime
Moving from her native Kenya to pursue a masters in Physics, Dr. Fridah Mokaya went on to join the University of Connecticut PhD program as the only black Physics PhD female (student) in her department but feels “coming from nowhere with no connections” worked in her favour
Sherri Silver, the Rwandan-born, YouTube sensation and choreographer for the video of Childish Gambino’s iconic song “This is America”, received Childish Gambino’s awards on his behalf at the MTV Video Music Awards
Ethiopia’s Reppie project, the first waste-to-energy plant in Africa, is expected to convert 1 400 tons of solid waste daily. The country’s president said he envisages the project providing all his people with electricity by 2025.
The Centre for World University Rankings has released its 2018 ranking. It shows that the University of Witwatersrand located in Johannesburg has lost the Top African University title after four years to the University of Cape Town.
Salma Okonkwo, the head of the UBI Group, a multi-million-dollar oil and gas company, is building Ghana’s largest solar farm. It is due to open in March 2019, supplying 100 megawatts of energy.
The spokesperson for Malian President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita has stated that the leader has been “comfortably” re-elected despite opposition claims of evidence of electoral fraud in the run-off poll. More than a thousand supporters have been protesting the result.