Birthright Africa Program for Black Youth Modeled on Birthright Israel

By David Lange For those who don’t know, Birthright Israel is a not-for-profit organization providing the gift…

Frontier Alliance making diaspora remittances easy, affordable

BY JAVIRA SSEBWAMI While Sub-Saharan Africa countries are among the largest recipients of diaspora remittances,…

Podcast sharing experience of Rwandans from the Diaspora

By Sharon Kantengwa In recent years, there’s been a surge in what some have termed the…

African countries are having to come to terms with a growing diaspora’s dual citizenship

By Amindeh Blaise Atabong Earlier this year, Jawar Mohammed, the prominent political activist and media…

Black is the new Bard: Meet Sherri Young, founder of SF’s African-American Shakespeare Company

By Shoshi Parks At the African-American Shakespeare Company (AASC), Julius Caesar isn’t a Roman dictator,…

For Black Women, World Travel Means Overcoming Invisible Obstacles

By Kristen Adaway BLACK TRAVELERS SPENT AN ASTONISHING $63 BILLION IN 2018, according to Mandala Research.…

Nigerian lady takes beggar off the street, enrols him in school

By Shalom A kind Nigerian woman, Irene Ubani, has given a street beggar identified as…

From The Arab World To Africa

By Renuka Methil In this exclusive interview with FORBES AFRICA, successful Dubai-based Emirati businesswoman, author…

AfDB supports Namibia’s water and sanitation sector

by AfDB The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved a US$121.7mn loan and US$ 3.37mn…

Bring us to the table to unlock youth jobs and power growth, say young African entrepreneurs

by African Development Bank Young African entrepreneurs urged to make their voices heard in business…