Malaria Vaccine at Last? GSK begins process to approve new vaccine

British pharmaceutical giant Glaxo Smith Kline GSK yesterday July 24 2014 submitted a regulatory application to the European Medicines Agency EMA, for its malaria vaccine RTS.S one of the first steps before the recognition of its breakthrough vaccine that could save millions of...
Posted On 25 Jul 2014

Brazil World Cup. Germany triumphs, FIFA Keeps money while Africa is still biggest losers

After 64 matches spread over 32 days, Europe again proves it has a right to have 13 representatives at the world cup when Germany won South American representatives Argentina 1-0 in a lacklustre finals in Rio de Janeiro to lift the Brazil world cup yesterday July 13 2014. Germany...
Posted On 14 Jul 2014

Brazil 2014 aftermath. Why some Ghanaian fans will not return Home

Justice and Immigration officials in Brazil are bracing to handle thousands of asylum applications after some 200 Ghanaian football fans joined an unspecified number of Syrians who have asked for political asylum. The Ghanaians claim they are Muslims fleeing from inter religious...
Posted On 11 Jul 2014

Philippines Typhoon Haiyan aftermath in pictures

The Philippines government is still grappling with the aftermath of  Typhoon Haiyan which left almost 11 million people in the mostly impoverished country in need of basic items like food, water and shelter. Cameroonian journalist Ange Ngu Thomas did not evacuate from Iloilo City...
Posted On 14 Nov 2013

Meet All 20 African finalists at Miss World competition in Indonesia

Bio 23 year old Maria is a student working towards her graduation. Born and raised in the capital city Luanda, Maria has aspirations of pursuing her interests in social activism, championing causes that she believes in, as well as working towards creating a successful career in...
Posted On 18 Sep 2013

How Egyptian Spring has turned nightmare. When people power no longer works

  With more than 300 dead yesterday August 14th 2013 alone and the resignation of Prime Minister Mohamed ElBaradei, Egypt is now getting ungovernable as supporters of deposed president and Islamist Muslim brotherhood continue to protest against the military backed...
Posted On 15 Aug 2013

Entertainment News: Titbits

    Cameroon musician Lapiro publishes prison diaries Cameroon’s popular singer and activist, Lapiro de Mbanga, has published a book that recounts his years in prison in Cameroon. Now living with his family in exile in America, Lapiro served three years, most of them in...
Posted On 25 Jul 2013

FGM. UNICEF Names and Shames guilty nations

  Filsan, a Somali women now living in the UK was only seven when she was given a new dress she liked. Behind the gift was a more sinister motive; her parents wanted her genitals cut off in respect of strict local customs. “It was so painful, even though I was given an injection...
Posted On 24 Jul 2013

Zimbabwe.Can Baba Jukwa help topple Mugabe?

  He is faceless, fearless and doing the 89 year old Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe irreparable damage. His name does not sound Zimbabwean but an unknown mole who calls himself Baba Jukwa could be blazing the trial on how to disorganize, disorientate and possibly topple...
Posted On 22 Jul 2013

Facebook Mole Ruffles Mugabe: Uses FB to Expose Ruling Party Intrigues

   Facebook has turned down a plea by Zimbabwe’s ruling party to close the account of a well-informed mole who has been posting damaging revelations about President Mugabe. The anonymous internet whistle-blower who calls himself Baba Jukwa, has a record 239,000 followers and over...
Posted On 17 Jul 2013