Dozens of Nigerian Christians massacred, Houses burned down

Christians in Nigeria suffered a second mass-scale slaughter in the space of a few days, according to reports, after Muslim Fulani herdsmen attacked villages in Benue state this week, leading to the deaths of at least 39 people. Morning Star News reported of several attacks throughout the state that targeted Christian communities, including one on … Continue reading Dozens of Nigerian Christians massacred, Houses burned down

Geologists now have evidence Africa is physically splitting into two continents

A large crack, stretching several kilometres, made a sudden appearance recently in south-western Kenya. The tear, which continues to grow, caused part of the Nairobi-Narok highway to collapse and was accompanied by seismic activity in the area. The Earth is an ever-changing planet, even though in some respects change might be almost unnoticeable to us. Plate … Continue reading Geologists now have evidence Africa is physically splitting into two continents

Alarming reports are coming out of Africa: Is African continent splitting in 2?

Alarming reports are coming out of Africa that a 50-foot-deep crack that has developed in the earth across many miles actually could end up – eventually – splitting the continent into two parts. The crack has appeared along Kenya’s Great Rift Valley, and runs from Somalia, in the northeast part of the continent, hundreds of miles … Continue reading Alarming reports are coming out of Africa: Is African continent splitting in 2?

‘Time has arrived for Africa to establish a single currency’ – South African president

President of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa has suggested creating a single currency for Africa which, according to him, could boost trade across borders and match international currencies. The idea was first mooted by Ramaphosa during a meeting of the African Union in Rwanda, where 44 countries gathered to sign the African Continental Free Trade Area (CFTA) … Continue reading ‘Time has arrived for Africa to establish a single currency’ – South African president

DEATH IS COMING Black death warning in NINE countries – amid fears PLAGUE could spread on flights from Madagascar

PLAGUE warnings have been issued for NINE countries surrounding Madagascar amid fears the disease could spread via sea trade and flight routes. The outbreak is considered a much bigger threat to the region than in previous years because it has taken on its pneumonic form - meaning it is airborne and spread by sneezing and coughing.....Read … Continue reading DEATH IS COMING Black death warning in NINE countries – amid fears PLAGUE could spread on flights from Madagascar

Rights groups slam WHO for appointing Zimbabwe’s Mugabe a goodwill ambassador

The World Health Organisation’s (WHO) decision to name Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe a “goodwill ambassador” has been met with condemnation by human rights and medical groups. The 93-year-old Zimbabwean leader was given the position, which is bestowed on personalities who highlight “important health issues,” at a WHO conference on noncommunicable diseases (NCD) in Montevideo, Uruguay.......Read More

China in Africa: Old powers sidelined as Beijing follows economic ties with first military base

The opening of China’s first military base in Africa gives an additional foothold in a region where it already has much sway, thanks to economic ties. Some commentators see Africa as Beijing’s chance to preserve its manufacturing dominance for future generations. In a joint ceremony with a local honor guard, Chinese troops last week opened their … Continue reading China in Africa: Old powers sidelined as Beijing follows economic ties with first military base

Botswana hit by strongest quake in its history – shaking of M6.5 earthquake felt across southern Africa

A strong earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.5 has struck Botswana on April 3, 2017. This is the largest earthquake ever recorded in the country. Shakings were felt across southern Africa, including South Africa, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe. The shallow earthquake struck at 7:40 p.m. local time at a depth of about 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) about … Continue reading Botswana hit by strongest quake in its history – shaking of M6.5 earthquake felt across southern Africa

El-Niño responsible for many deaths as Ghana is the latest African country to suffer torential rains last week

The District Chief Executive (DCE) for Chereponi in the Northern Region Hajia Mary Nakobu has declared a state of mourning following the effects of a disastrous rainstorm that hit the area last Friday night. The rainstorm which started at about 4pm and lasted for some three hours ripped off roofs of over 450 houses in 15 … Continue reading El-Niño responsible for many deaths as Ghana is the latest African country to suffer torential rains last week