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Talk Africa: A conversation with Ambassador Wu

After nearly 2 months of battling the Novel Coronavirus, China’s efforts are bearing fruit. Four provinces have lowered their response measures this week and...

Talk Africa: Silencing the guns

Seven years ago, member states of the African Union gathered in Addis Ababa- Ethiopia to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the organisations’ founding. It...

Talk Africa: Life along The Nile pt 2

When we think of Egypt, what often comes to mind first, are the Pyramids and the Sphinx. The is the oldest and largest of the...

Talk Africa: Celebrating the Chinese New Year

China is celebrating its Lunar new year. Also widely known as the Chinese Spring Festival, the period is an annual practice of family reunification characterised...

Talk Africa: Life along The Nile pt 1

It has had different names over thousands of years. In ancient Egyptian, it was called “Iteru”, meaning river or “Ar” meaning black, after the...

Talk Africa: Conversation with chief Nike Okundaye, Africa’s queen of textile

African artists who have made it big on the global stage are few and far between. Among them is Chief Nike Davies Okundaye; a Nigerian...

Talk Africa: Foreign adoption of African children

Debate over the France-backed CFA currency used in West and Central Africa has been revived. This follows an announcement by Benin’s President Patrice Talon;...

TALK AFRICA: 5G Shaping the future

5G is the next 5th generation mobile network, expected to transform lives with its revolutionary speed, connecting millions of devices and enabling everything from...

Talk Africa – World Cities Day: Urbanization and Africa

A United Nations report on urbanization states that more than 50% of the global population now lives in urban areas, but the figure is...

TALK AFRICA 26:10 African celebrities and charity

When we hear about artists, celebrities and philanthropists giving back through charity work, what often comes to mind is people from the West and...
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