Hundreds of Chinese Nationals Leave Kenya

There’s some great news coming out of Kenya and, well, you know the drill. The following information comes from Standard Media. Hundreds of Chinese nationals are reportedly repatriating back to China amid a spike in COVID-19 cases. Long queues were seen at the airport, and many nationals revealed that they applied to go back earlier…

Saturn Photographed Behind The Moon

The featured image in this post is a shot of the planet Saturn peeking behind the moon. Amazing, isn’t it? The following information is from Peta Pixel. Based in Timaru, New Zealand, astrophotographer and astronomer Paul Stewart captured this shot back in 2014 and created a composite of three photos. After capturing this image, Stewart…

Beyoncé, Continental Africans Are NOT Impressed

Now that Pan-Africanism has become a mainstream conversation within my community, there has been a lot of focus put on identity—culture, nationality, and race. Many celebrities have jumped on board and used their platform to artistically pay homage to our African ancestors. However, it has garnered some backlash (and rightfully so). Today’s culprit is Beyoncé….

Masculine Leadership

“If you don’t take command of your life, you will be a player in someone else’s. Someone else that is more willing to impose his will on the world will make you a pawn in their life.” – Robert Mac Until Next Time…

Happy Emancipation Day!!!

I just learned of a national holiday that’s celebrated in Jamaica, as well as other English and French-speaking Caribbean countries, and I had to highlight it. The following information comes from Loop Jamaica. On August 1, 1834, all African children under the age of six were deemed free from chattel slavery in Jamaica. But older…

Play Your Position

“Revolutionaries are not necessarily born poor or in the ghetto. There is a role for every person in revolution if he is a revolutionary. You don’t have to throw a Molotov cocktail to be a revolutionary.” – Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin formerly known as H. Rap Brown   In recent years, Black Empowerment has not only…

White Farmers in Zimbabwe Will Receive $3.5bn in Land Compensation

More conflicting news coming out of the continent has left me scratching my head. The following information comes from Aljazeera. The Zimbabwean government has agreed to pay $3.5bn (billion) to white farmers whose land was taken away during Robert Mugabe’s presidency. Mugabe’s government evicted 4,500 white farmers and redistributed the land to 300,000 Black families…

Eritrea Hasn’t Signed Africa’s Free Trade Agreement

I came across some news that left me with more questions than clarity, so it’s only right that I share it with you all. The following information comes from Africa News. Eritrea still has not signed the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement, AfCFTA. Their Minister of Information, Yemane Meskel, stated that Eritrea’s government is advocating…

Zambian President Asks China For Debt Forgiveness

Africa’s dependence on China is why they receive so much disrespect from nationals. And recent news coming out of Zambia further supports this problem. The following information is from The China Africa Project. A spokesman for Zambia’s president, Edgar Lungu, released a statement advising that the president asked for Zambia’s debt to be canceled. It…

Egypt Reopens Royal Carriages Museum

Greetings Everyone, There’s some interesting news coming out of Egypt that I had to share. The following information comes from Africa News. After being closed in 2001 for renovation, Egypt’s Royal Carriages Museum will reopen its doors. Set to reopen within the next two months, the museum showcases royal carriages of members of the Mohamed…

Plastic Waste To Increase By 2040

With the open discussions on pollution, I’ve become more consciously aware of how my actions affect the environment. And recent news coming out of Science and Science Alert highlights this ever-growing problem. Plastic pollution is a problem that’s growing throughout the globe, with 710 million metric tons of plastic entering aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems; oceans, lakes,…