21st October 2021
  • 9:11 pm Through the Eyes of Ides Ofune – Women Shouldn’t Have to Choose Between Motherhood and Higher Education
  • 9:52 am Research confirms that intermittent fast produces weight loss.
  • 3:20 am AfricTivists Releases list of 10 Pre-finalists for AfricTivists Civic Action Prize.
  • 7:32 am Pursuing the ‘Made In Africa’ dream: Google, AFDB to invest over $3 billion.
  • 8:50 am Global Teacher Prize 2021: Who will take home $1 million?
  • 8:23 am 11 Tips For Maintaining A Healthy Lifestyle

For years, there has been a lot of skepticism on the subject of intermittent fast and weight loss. However, a review, published recently, has confirmed our thoughts—intermittent fasting works for weight loss. Keep reading to learn more about the estimated weight loss produced by 3 types of intermittent fasting as well as recommendations for those […]

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AfricTivists has released the list of 10 pre-finalists for the first ever AfricTivists Civic Action Prize.   Formally known as the African League of bloggers and Cyber-activists for Democracy, AfricTivists is committed to promoting and defending democratic values, human rights and good governance using digital technology. On June 3rd, 2021, the organization launched the Africtivists Civic […]

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One of the major problems that Africa faces is its dependency on other countries for its most basic needs including medical and digital products. Although the Continent is home to several creative and innovative minds, most of these ideas rarely come alive due to the lack of infrastructure and funding. The investments made by Google […]

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The Global Teacher Prize is a US $1 million award to an outstanding teacher who has made contributions to their students, communities, and colleagues. In 2014, Sunny Varkey founded the Varkey Foundation—which awards the Global teacher prize—to raise the status of the teaching profession.  On October 4, Varkey foundation released the top 50 shortlisted teachers […]

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    If there is anything we can glean from the coronavirus pandemic, it is the fact that a healthy lifestyle can boost our immunity. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle, however, does not depend solely on our diet or our exercise routine, rather it encompasses our choices and our mental health. Research shows that maintaining a healthy lifestyle […]

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  Today marks the celebration of the International Day of the Girl Child 2021 with the theme ‘Digital education, our education’. This is timely, considering how fast the world is moving towards digital education. In the past few years, there have been more programs and initiatives targeted at helping the girl child both in Nigeria and […]

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“It is my express wish that when awarding the prizes, no consideration be given to nationality, but that the prize be awarded to the worthiest person, whether or not they are Scandinavian.”                       Alfred Nobel Abdulrazak Gurnah makes history as the first Tanzanian to win the Nobel Prize for Literature. The Swedish Academy praised Gurnah “for […]

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       For many years, malaria has continued to be a tropical disease ravaging Africa. According to the World Malaria Report in 2019, there was an estimated 229 million malaria cases in 87 malaria endemic countries. Treatment for malaria has expended time and costs—from the discovery of quinine, chloroquine, sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine, and most recently the news of the […]

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