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At age 11, he was supposed to be in boarding school, however, his step brother, trying to avoid costly boarding school fees, sent him to become an apprentice car mechanic, completely unbeknown to his parents who lived in Odeomu, forty miles further Read more


- 900 killed in DRC. - Sierra Leone's $26.2m free education boost Read more

Digital Editions

Africa has a vibrant generation of youths who are working to change the face and perception of the continent from different sectors. From November 2-4, hundreds of these youth leaders would converge in the heart of Lagos, Nigeria to hobnob the Read more


United Kingdom’s Home Office has launched an awareness campaign designed to help eradicate the horrific crime of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). The campaign sends a powerful message that communities should protect children from people who carry Read more


‘Stokely in Cuba’ aka ‘I’m a Shit Activist’, a radio documentary inspired by civil rights activist Stokely Carmichael, was selected as the winner of The Whickers Radio & Audio Funding Award earlier this month. Read more


Winners of the Spread the Joy with Tolly Boy campaign were acknowledged recently during an awards ceremony at Wapping Youth Centre. Three community groups - Wapping Bangladesh Association, Nigerian Community of Waltham Forest (NICOWF) and Bangladesh Read more

Food & Drink

The present atmosphere we now find ourselves today seems to come down to the attitude of the people versus government. This is not something any citizen of Nigeria, or any country for that matter, wants to have occur. Government does have a place in Read more

Akintokunbo A ADEJUMO

“This time, my parents told me they would disown me if I continued to decline the marriage. I was left with no choice,” she said. “I married him.” Read more


- Campaign to reduce knife crime among young people. - Family of murdered Abraham Badru pays tribute. Read more

Digital Editions

* Courageous girls change attitudes about FGM in Ethiopia. * Why reporting suspected domestic slavery can make a real difference. Read more

Digital Editions

International Women's Day was commemorated in Oldham, Greater Manchester, with an event organised by Ms Hafizan Zaman who runs the Charity called UKEFF, in conjunction with Wernerth and Freehold Community Project and funded by Action Oldham. Read more

UK: Trumpet Manchester

Covering everything from current affairs to women’s issues, from children’s content to the African music scene, YANGA! aims to appeal to anyone with links to or an interest in the continent. Read more


The second wave of democratization in Africa, beginning in the 80s, and the gradual establishment of democracy as the new normal in the continent brought much hope and excitement. As we have seen in the recent intervention by the military in Zimbabwe Read more

Reuben ABATI

- Africa's Cholera crisis. - Use NHS 111 to avoid unnecessary A & E visits Read more

Digital Editions

Latest figures from United Kingdom’s Department for Works and Pensions (DWP) show that over 111,000 businesses have been launched with New Enterprise Allowance (NEA) support since 2011, and that 13% of the entrepreneurs were from a black and minority Read more


- 68m girls face FGM by 2030. - Do you know the signs of a Stroke Read more

Digital Editions

- Safe haven for Congolese refugees in Angola. - Zambian artist flees. Read more

Digital Editions

- Celebrating global reporting. - Jailed for romance scam fraud. - Celebrate The Comforter. - Isale Eko comes to London. Read more

Digital Editions, Africa’s online hotel booking portal takes a look at Africa’s top food picks. Read more

Food & Drink

  • Dr Titus Odedun - the collector of Classic cars

  • Nick Wells - CEO of Whistl and Atul Bhakta - CEO of One World Express Group

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