CFIIG: World’s largest paranormal investigation group to reward anyone who proves juju is real with $250,000

Is juju real or are they just bunch of priceless artefacts? As generally known and practised in Africa and other parts of the world, juju is an object — not to be taken as a mere artwork — that has been created or infused with “magical powers” to make people’s wish come true 🙂 This …

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First SGR trains to kickstart in Tanzania by November

Tanzania will be receiving the first batch of electric trains it ordered to arrive by November 2021 at the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR). According to TRC, Tanzania Railways Corporation, 42 electric trains will be on their way coming from Germany and South Korea to halt in Africa. With this development, the Dar es Salaam-Morogoro section …

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Abai Schulze: Paving the pathways for economic opportunities in Africa

Bringing together the glamorous handcrafted products made by African artisans from the nooks and crannies of the continent, Abai Schulze has paved the pathways for economic opportunities in and for Africa.  In 2014, she founded ZAAF, a luxury handcrafted leather and accessories brand with one goal in mind — to empower artisans in Africa to …

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The return of Benin artefacts from Europe and the internal fight for possession

As Benin awaits 1, 130 of its stolen artefacts by the Europeans over a century ago, the fight for possession and preservation of these national treasures has erupt between the state, the royal house, and the descendants of Bini bronze casters. As a result, His Royal Majesty, Omo N’Oba N’Edo Uku Akpolokpolo, Oba Ewuare II, …

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A walk through Ancient Egypt and The Beauty of Nail Art

Today, across Africa and going round the world, nail art is a huge trend. The art is peculiar, nostalgic, hyperrealistic, simplicitic, sometimes aggressive and incredibly intricate.  So whose signature is on the canvas? THE ORIGIN OF NAIL ART Recently on social media, the new-gen French manicure is making wave with multicolored designs and animal print …

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Ignoring the call for democratic reforms: King of eSwatini appoints new Prime Minister

King Mswati III of eSwatini, formerly Swaziland renamed during the 50th anniversary of Swazi independence, appoints a new prime minister ignoring the call for democratic reforms in the country. The liSwatis as the case may be now have been clamouring for the democratic right to elect their prime minister. Last month, the demonstrations grew violent. …

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South Africa’s military joins police to bring chaos to order

South Africa‘s government has tightened security for the protection of properties and the lives of people deploying about 25, 000 troops to support the police in calming the unrest in the country. It’s been a week-long of this chaos which initially started as a result of South Africa’s ex president Jacob Zuma handing himself to …

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Ethiopia’s PM encourages citizens to remain united amid chaos

Ethiopia’s Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed whose party won the parliamentary election last week has promised to retaliate after rebels launched another attack to regain territory in the war-torn Tigray region. He encourages Ethiopians to remain united despite the unrest. The recent attacks have put Makelle, regional capital, back into the hands of the rebels.  ETHIOPIA’S …

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