Egypt’s COVID-19 Robot

To limit the spread of the coronavirus in Tanta, Egypt, Mechatronics engineer Mahmoud el-Koumi has created a remote-controlled robot that will assist physicians in testing patients for the virus. Named Cira-03, by way of Africa News, this robot has a human-like face and head, and it carries out a variety of medical procedures: it takes…

Train Crash in Egypt Leaves 32 Dead

A train crash in southern Egypt has left 165 people injured and 32 dead, according to AP News. The event took place on Friday, March 26, 2021. Apparently, someone activated the emergency brakes on the passenger train, which caused one of the trains to stop and the other to crash from behind. This impact caused…

The U.S. Returns Thousands of Egyptian Artifacts

Africa’s fight to retrieve her stolen artifacts has been non-stop for centuries. But, today, some progress is being made. According to Africa News, Egypt has retrieved roughly 5,000 ancient items from the United States. The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities confirmed that after years of negotiations, the Museum of the Bible in Washington returned a…

Is the Torah Anti-African?

In the following debate, Sara Suten Seti and Zion Lexx discuss the differences and similarities of Ma’at and the Torah. They also unpack whether the Torah is anti-African or not. There will be more information at a later date, I just need to do additional research. If you’d like to discuss any of the following…

Egyptian President Calls Out Western Media

Many, myself included, have been very critical of the African continent. So much so that Egypt’s President recently spoke out against it. The following information is from Africa News. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sissi recently met with French President Emmanuel Macron to discuss the major regional crisis and the state of human rights affairs. During…

Egypt Archaeologists Opens Newly Discovered Coffins

Greetings Everyone, There’s a discovery coming out of Egypt that I had to share with you all. The following information is from Aljazeera. Egyptian officials have discovered roughly 100 ancient coffins—some with mummies and others with 40 gilded statues—at Saqqara Necropolis, an ancient burial ground that’s south of Cairo, Egypt. Statues that were buried more…

The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

Greetings Everyone, I’m not sure how I missed the controversy surrounding the dam that’s under construction on Africa’s Blue Nile River, but I’ve caught up to speed. Formerly known as the Millennium Dam, The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is currently being built in the Benishangul-Gumuz region of Ethiopia, on the Blue Nile River. The…

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…

Words From The Wise: Jabari Osaze

“The Kemites actually described their spiritual factors as always needing to either be in balance or return to balance, and this great form of balance is known as Ma’at.” – Jabari Osaze.   I was YouTube browsing when I came across a lecture from another African-centered scholar, so it’s only right that I highlight him….

Words From The Wise: Ashra Kwesi

“The secret knowledge and the secret spiritual stories of Kemet has been a fear in the Western Church. The Catholic Church stole many spiritual ideals and wisdom and the salvation and understanding directly from Ancient Egypt. And people like Giordano Bruno, who equally said that ‘Ancient Egypt was the most spiritual place on the planet…