YOU COULD SOON BE ABLE TO LEAVE WHATSAPP GROUPS SECRETLY

YOU COULD SOON BE ABLE TO LEAVE WHATSAPP GROUPS SECRETLY

Renson Mwakandana  WhatsApp’s group messaging is a fun way for friends, family, and coworkers from various circles to connect, exchange photos, videos, and stay connected. However, this constant open connection can cause a headache at times. You could be working at the office, trying to concentrate on reading when someone in the group sends posts hilarious […]

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 AFRILABS-A NETWORK SUPPORTING INNOVATION CENTRES ACROSS AFRICA

AFRILABS-A NETWORK SUPPORTING INNOVATION CENTRES ACROSS AFRICA

Renson Mwakandana To meet the demand for technology hubs in Africa, AfriLabs was founded in 2011 to build a community around the fast-growing tech hubs-innovation spaces. The hubs often serve as meeting points for entrepreneurs, developers and investors. According to an AfriLabs and Briter Bridges ecosystem report, an innovation hub is a community and learning center that nurtures innovative […]

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 AfDB CALLS ON US SUPPORT FOR 1.5 BILLION EMERGENCY FOOD AID

AfDB CALLS ON US SUPPORT FOR 1.5 BILLION EMERGENCY FOOD AID

Thandisizwe Mgudlwa CAPE TOWN- In a move to avert a looming food crisis in Africa caused by Russia’s war in Ukraine, on Wednesday this week, the President of the African Development Bank Group (AfDB), Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, made a compelling case for the United States to back the institution’s $1.5 billion emergency food production plan. […]

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 A RECAP OF AEM REPORTS: MAY 8 – MAY 14

A RECAP OF AEM REPORTS: MAY 8 – MAY 14

Compiled by Ekeomah Atuonwu As journalists we sympathize with the families of Shireen Abu Aqla, a 51-year-old Palestinian American journalist who was shot on the field of duty. She was a veteran correspondent for Al Jazeera’s Arabic news channel and had reported on the Israel-Palestinian conflict for two decades. Still in the Middle East, President […]

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 FIRST SEEN EVIDENCE OF A BLACK HOLE

FIRST SEEN EVIDENCE OF A BLACK HOLE

Staff writer The universe is all of space and time and their contents, including planets, stars, galaxies, and all other forms of matter and energy. (Wikipedia) The universe consisted of – normal matter, ‘dark matter’ and ‘dark energy’. The phenomenon of black holes is more recent compared to the well known contents of the universe […]

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 GLOBAL STARS READY FOR ACTION AS AFRO NATION JOIN FORCES WITH APO

GLOBAL STARS READY FOR ACTION AS AFRO NATION JOIN FORCES WITH APO

Thandisizwe Mgudlwa – Cape Town: Afro Nation, the world’s biggest Afrobeats Music festival, this week announced that it has partnered with APO Group, making them the exclusive Pan-African Public Relations’ Agency for Afro Nation Portugal 2022. With acts from all over the world set to perform at this would be glittering arts spectacle, including the […]

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 AEM WEEKLY REPORT IN PICTURES (MAY 1-7)

AEM WEEKLY REPORT IN PICTURES (MAY 1-7)

The week in focus ushered us into a new month accompanied by the May Day celebrations. On delivering his May Day speech, the South African president was interrupted as striking mineworkers stormed the stage.  In a similar encounter, Ethiopian police used tear gas to disperse young worshippers in Addis Ababa during prayers marking the end of Ramadan. On 3rd of May, the world marked […]

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 AFRICAN YOUTH IN AGRI-FOOD SYSTEMS INVESTMENT GUIDELINES

AFRICAN YOUTH IN AGRI-FOOD SYSTEMS INVESTMENT GUIDELINES

Thandisizwe Mgudlwa CAPE TOWN: Youth are key to building sustainable agri-food systems, that’s the message coming out of a recent conference on Youth in Agri-food Systems. The African Union Commission (AUC) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) have launched new guidelines for scaling up investments in agri-food systems for youth […]

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 ABORTION RIGHTS ON THE CHOPPING BLOCK IN THE US

ABORTION RIGHTS ON THE CHOPPING BLOCK IN THE US

Staff writer The contentious rights to abortion as enshrined by the US federal law in the landmark case of Roe vs Wade on January 22, 1973 is likely to be struck down. The law of the land in the Court’s 1973 decision settled a constitutional right to abortion and prohibited states from banning the procedure […]

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