28 Nov 2023Mohammed Bin Salman
Saudi Arabia plans to boost demand for its oil in poor countries through an investment initiative—the Oil Demand Sustainability Programme (ODSP)—revealed an investigation by the Centre for Climate Reporting and Channel 4 News.
27 Sep 2023Travel And Tourism
Africa steals the limelight when it comes to offering a thrilling experience amidst the wild.
17 Sep 2023Madhya Pradesh
Sunday marks a year since Prime Minister Narendra Modi released the first batch of eight Namibian cheetahs at the Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh.
10 Sep 2023G20 Summit
Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni has privately informed Chinese Premier Li Qiang of her country's intention to withdraw from Beijing's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), Italian media reported, per Reuters.
07 Jul 2023X
Hold on to your funny bones because this epic trolling saga of Aliko Dangote, Africa's richest man whose net worth is $13.5 billion, by a notorious man from Brazil named Osvaldo will leave you rolling on the floor with laughter!
14 Jun 2023Relationships
When you are in the midst of a divorce, it is often hard to see a way back to happiness.
07 Jun 2023Shopping
Also known as "Africa in miniature," Cameroon garners a whole lot of attention for its diverse culture.
01 Jun 2023Shopping
If you are traveling to Botswana and wondering what to get your hands on, allow us to put an end to your shopping woes!
15 May 2023Shopping
Let's make your #MadagascarDiaries more memorable.
19 Apr 2023Sudan
At least 270 people have been reportedly killed in Sudan after clashes broke out between the country's military and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF), a paramilitary group, on Saturday, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
22 Mar 2023Uganda
Uganda's parliament on Tuesday passed legislation criminalizing those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ).
05 Dec 2022Nigeria
An armed gang massacred 12 worshipers, including an imam, in a mosque and abducted several others after a shooting in Katsina state in northwest region of Nigeria on Saturday, reported Reuters.
06 Nov 2022Tanzania
A passenger plane of Precision Air on Sunday crashed into Lake Victoria in Tanzania possibly due to bad weather.
15 Sep 2022Kenya
For two elephants in Kenya, a mere water drinking trip turned into a near-death experience as they got stuck in a pool of mud.
30 Aug 2022Health & Wellness
A native fruit of Africa, bush or African pear is a seasonal fruit that is mainly found in southeast Nigeria.
27 Jul 2022Science and Technology
An exceptional pure pink diamond, considered to be the largest discovered in 300 years, has been found in Angola, a Central African country.
16 Jul 2022Egypt
An economic crisis is brewing in many nations, including the neighboring countries of India.
29 Jun 2022World Health Organization
Amid the surge in monkeypox cases in the United States, the White House said on Tuesday that it will start distributing the monkeypox vaccines across the country, with a focus on people most at risk and communities with the highest number of cases.
30 May 2022World Health Organization
The World Health Organization (WHO) on Sunday said monkeypox poses a "moderate risk" to overall public health across the world.
19 May 2022Europe
After the UK confirmed a rare monkeypox infection earlier this month, more cases have been detected in the US, Canada, Spain, and Portugal.
10 May 2022World Health Organization
The United Kingdom has confirmed a case of the rare monkeypox infection.
28 Jan 2022Travel And Tourism
Lake Natron in Tanzania, East Africa is different from your regular lakes.
31 Dec 2021South Africa
South Africa, on Thursday, lifted its overnight curfew rules which were in place from midnight to 4:00 am.
15 Apr 2021Asia
Less than half the women in 57 developing countries are denied the right to say no to sex with their partners, to decide whether to use contraception or to seek health care, a United Nations report said on Wednesday.
25 Feb 2021Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Vice-President Kembo Mohadi (71) has alleged a conspiracy to tarnish his image in the midst of a sex scandal.
26 Jan 2021Europe
Harkirat Singh Paras, a Mechanical Engineer and renowned Business Tycoon in the Hardware and Interior industry, has tasted success with consistent hard work.
06 Jan 2021World Health Organization
A year into the coronavirus pandemic, 86 million people have contracted the virus and over 1.8 million have died from it.
02 Dec 2019CIPLA
In a bid to save thousands of children from HIV AIDS, Indian pharmaceutical company Cipla has introduced a revolutionary new drug called Quadrimune.
18 Nov 2019Samsung
Though Samsung didn't have a perfect start with the Galaxy Fold, it is surely not giving up on its foldable dreams. Just weeks after re-launching the fixed version of the Fold, the company is now working on a new foldable device.
16 Sep 2019Italy
Art is the essence of a city, its people, history, and culture.
20 Aug 2019Tanzania
Polygamy in our society is often frowned upon, especially for women. In India, the practice is also largely illegal.
19 Apr 2019Mali
Mali's prime minister resigned along with his entire government yesterday following criticism over their handling of an upsurge of violence in the center of the country and the massacre last month that left 160 people dead in the village of Ogossagou near the border with Burkina Faso.
10 Apr 2019Facebook
If you are familiar with Facebook's practices, you already know that the company has got some crazy projects in the works, be it the merging of different messaging services or creating a mind-reading machine.
24 Mar 2019Mali
Militia fighters descended on a village in central Mali before dawn Saturday, killing at least 115 people in the latest deadly attack blamed on an ethnic militia, local authorities said.
03 Jan 2019Nigeria
When 24-year-old Miss Congo 2018, Dorcas Kasinde, was crowned Miss Africa 2018 recently, she set the stage on fire, literally.
24 Dec 2018Syria
As we are stepping into 2019, we have also started making our travel lists.
14 Dec 2018Mali
Suspected jihadists, on motorcycles, have killed at least 42 people during a series of attacks on Tuareg nomadic camps in Mali yesterday.
06 Dec 2018Kenya
We are 7.7bn people in this world.
29 Nov 2018Smartphones
Every year, more than 40 million tons of electronic waste is generated, making up about 70% of the world's toxic waste.
10 Nov 2018Narendra Modi
Days after President of United States Donald Trump said he would not attend India's Republic Day event on January 26 due to prior commitments, India may have finalized the new chief guest.
07 Nov 2018BBC
79 school students who had been abducted from Nkwen village in Cameroon's troubled northwestern region have been released, according to Issa Bakary Tchiroma, Cameroon's communications minister.
03 Nov 2018Venkaiah Naidu
Vice President Venkaiah Naidu, on his second leg of three-nation Africa visit, addressed the local Indian community in Zimbabwe today.
19 Sep 2018South Africa
On Tuesday, South Africa's apex court, in a unanimous ruling, legalized the use of marijuana for personal consumption in private spaces.
10 Sep 2018India
India will work with Africa to keep the oceans open for benefit of all nations, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said, asserting that the two sides must work together to ensure that the second largest continent doesn't again turn into a "theater of rival ambitions".
04 Sep 2018Xi Jinping
Chinese President Xi Jinping yesterday announced a whopping $60 billion in new development financing for the African nations as he sought to refute criticism that the massive funding under China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is drawing the countries into a debt trap.
09 Aug 2018Google
On the back of releasing Android Pie, Google, among other things, is now looking to improve engagement between its massive developer community and end-users by offering "instant" app previews for users.
28 Jul 2018BBC
Ever heard a funny name and just couldn't stop laughing?
27 Jun 2018India
Global poverty trends are changing drastically, and it is exceptionally good news for India, a recent study points out.
25 Jun 2018Mali
At least 32 Fulani civilians, including children, were killed and ten are missing following an attack in central Mali, believed to have been carried out by traditional hunters, as the government said 16 bodies had been found.
10 Apr 2018Star Wars
Adding another feather to its cap, 'Black Panther' has now moved ahead of 'Titanic' in the list of all-time highest grossing movies.
08 Feb 2018Hollywood
Marvel first standalone black superhero movie 'Black Panther' has got a rare 100% rating from review aggregator RottenTomatoes.com.
04 Feb 2018India
An oil tanker with 22 Indian sailors on board has gone missing off the coast of Benin in West Africa.
24 Oct 2017Animal Rights
Nearly 40-tonnes of trafficked ivory was seized around the world last year, a record high, according to a report by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES).
22 Oct 2017Asia
Over 1.1 billion people - one in every seven individuals- worldwide do not officially exist as they have no proof of identity, revealed World Bank's Identification for Development (ID4D) program.
19 Oct 2017Supreme Court Of India
Roselyn Akombe, a senior official of Kenya's election commission (IEBC) has resigned amid the furore surrounding the 2017 Kenyan national elections.
14 Oct 2017Plane Crash
A plane has crashed into the sea off Ivory Coast in West Africa moments after taking off from the Abidjan airport.
20 Sep 2017International Labour Organization
Decades after its abolition, the ugly practice of slavery continues to thrive in modern times.
08 Aug 2017South Africa
Ghana's first satellite GhanaSat-1, built by a Ghanaian engineering team at All Nations University, is now operational. It was made possible with a little help from others but it's still a significant achievement.
23 May 2017India
Three countries, Ivory Coast, Somalia and Ghana signed up for the International Solar Alliance, on the sidelines of the African Development Bank's annual meeting held in Gandhinagar, taking the total number of signatories to 31.
06 Feb 2017Technology
Selfies, which swept across the world at lightning speed, were made possible due to cutting-edge engineering inventions in digital image sensors.