Manchester City will star in a fly-on-the-wall documentary to be shown on Amazon Prime next summer.
When you think of makeup brands you tend to think of cosmetic giants like Lóreal, Estee Lauder, Lancome, Maybelline among others. But there are some good cosmetic brands that originate from Africa. Some are young companies, but regardless of age, it is good to also know about and support African makeup brands.
A story is told of a young man called Luke who had this talent and passion for music, because of his parent’s belief in education as the key to success in whatever field a person ventured in, they exerted a lot of pressure on him to concentrate on school work and not just music. He did not enjoy studying; he would rather spend his time perfecting his music craft.
There was a study which was conducted by the Harvard University which proved that Mbeki's denial of the fact that HIV leads to AIDS caused the death of more than 300 000 people.
African women have done some of the most remarkable feats on the continent and in the whole world at large, and such feats ought to be celebrated and be given the worth they deserve. African women continue to scale great heights and defy the gender barriers put in front of them by the various patriarchal societies they live in.
Stories of the success of young Africans are inspiring. They tell us of young spirits that are daring to battle the odds just in order to further the development of the continent. One such inspiring story is that of Sandile Kubheka.
On 29 October 1810, Saartjie “Sara” Baartman, a nineteen year old Khoisan woman signed a contract to be taken from Cape Town to London to be exhibited for entertainment purposes.
User-Behavior Versus Engineers’ Designs.
A civil engineer in the United States of America made a profoundly unorthodox road-design by putting bicycle lanes in the middle of a street road.
Just a day after the launch of Kwese TV in Zimbabwe, the government was quick to dismiss claims that Kwese had been given an operating licence, which was much to the displeasure of many a Zimbabwean.
A recent research led by Pallav Sengupta of Lincoln College of Malaysia has shown that there is evidence of decreased sperm concentration in the African male over 50 years.