The Trumpet

The Trumpet Newspaper, established in 1995, is the voice of Africans in the Diaspora - promoting the positive image of Africa and Africans It is the link between Africans and Friends of Africa in the Diaspora on one hand and those on the Continent on the other.

The Trumpet Newspaper, established in 1995, is the voice of Africans in the Diaspora - promoting the positive image of Africa and Africans It is the link between Africans and Friends of Africa in the Diaspora on one hand and those on the Continent on

The Trumpet Newspaper, established in 1995, is the voice of Africans in the Diaspora - promoting the positive image of Africa and Africans It is the link between Africans and Friends of Africa in the Diaspora on one hand and those on the Continent on the other.

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The Trumpet Newspaper Issue 467 (May 23 - June 5 2018)

- A wedding that redefined the British monarchy.

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Africa’s next generation of future leaders could be among the first students who graduated with degrees from Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) in Mauritius this week. The University is the academic partner of the African Leadership College (ALC) Read more

Education

Leaders from four African countries - Equatorial Guinea, Democratic Republic of Congo, eSwatini and Lesotho, have shared their vision for an integrated and borderless Africa that would foster economic growth and development. Read more

Business

For decades, Theresa May nursed being the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. While that dream was achieved, it ended on an anti-climax note for a woman of uncommon records of excellence. Her tenure was consummated by the outcome of the Brexit Read more

World

Although most people know the formula for losing weight is to eat less and move more, here Tristan Lee, The Gorgeousness Coach, offers his alternate top ten diet tricks to help shave off those extra pounds. Read more

Health

I have been a community pharmacist for ten years now. I was inspired to become a Community Pharmacist after my dad had a stroke. Sadly, he passed away a few years ago but since then I’ve made it my personal mission to speak up about the importance of Read more

Health

On a windy but warm London night on the final day of a two day Residency at the Pizza Express Jazz club in Soho, I went to see Alicia Olatuja. I had seen her a couple of years ago at this same venue, but not as a solo artiste. Read more

Arts

We speak to Allied Health Professionals working for the NHS about their roles and what they enjoy most about their jobs. Read more

Health

The recent Change4Life campaign highlighted that children in England are consuming too much sugar – an extra 2,800 sugar cubes per year. That’s equivalent to 312 cans of sugary cola, 469 higher-sugar yoghurts or 562 chocolate bars! Read more

Health

After having no luck in Germany, a 41-year-old Nigerian-European mother has launched an urgent appeal to members of the UK public to help her find her stem cell match. Read more

Health

The Jazz Cafe in London in the company of Nigerian trumpet extraordinaire - Etuk Ubong celebrated what would have been legendary jazz trumpeter - Hugh Masekela’s 80th birthday. The concert was held in partnership with the Africa Centre. Read more

Arts

Around 2,600 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer in England each year and around 690 women die from the disease – that’s two deaths every day. If everyone in England attended screening regularly, 83% of cervical cancer cases could be prevented. Read more

Health

A gang of fraudsters have been convicted for their parts in the theft of millions of pounds from businesses and individuals in the UK and abroad. Read more

News

Mozambique: The first thing you see is destruction Read more

Digital Editions

Afro-Caribbean Latina Artiste and Model - Karina Theresa Martinez popularly known as Miss-K has secured an entry in the Women Appreciating Women (WAW) book of “100 Most Inspirational Women in the World.” Read more

People

A survey published by the London Assembly Health Committee looking at attitudes towards organ donation within the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities, has revealed that a mere 1% of BAME Londoners are on the organ donor register. Read more

Health

A man who committed a series of sexual offences against young girls he groomed online has been jailed. Read more

News

Business Woman - Princess Catherine Adenuga was honoured at the 3rd International Women's Day WAW Awards and Gala held in London recently. Read more

People

British-Nigerian Model, Actress and Presenter - Adunni Haruna is seeking public votes in her quest to move to the fourth preliminary judging round of the 5th Annual Miss Jetset 2019 competition - which would see the final winner bag $50,000 and a Read more

Hair & Beauty

Public Health England (PHE) has raised the alarm about the fact that children are currently consuming around 2,800 extra sugar cubes per year. Read more

Health

Sexual violence in South Sudan Read more

Digital Editions