The New Pan-African Movement (NPAM) Dance Party which prides itself in “Bringing The Afrikan Continent Together!” holds on Friday 28th Feb 2014 at the African Community Centre Hall, 137 Felixstowe Road, Abbey Wood, London SE2 9SG more

25 Feb 2014 00:00 Events

Africans and Friends of Africa gathered to celebrate Africa's Best at the 14th Annual Gathering of Africa’s Best (GAB) Awards which was held at the Hilton London Paddington. Guests included Diplomats, Community Leaders, Media Executives, Business more

15 Oct 2013 08:00 Photo Gallery

We must strive to eradicate poverty, hunger, disease and human misery; we must eliminate the scourge of nuclear, chemical, biological, as well as small arms and light weapons. We must dedicate ourselves to working together to address global, regional more

24 Sep 2013 00:00 Opinion

A new glaucoma-awareness campaign, aimed at those of African Caribbean descent living in the UK, has been launched by the College of Optometrists after research revealed a worrying lack of awareness of the eye condition which may cause complete sight more

20 Sep 2013 19:00 Health

The Judgement Debt Commission has been told by officials of Société Générale that there are no records of the $19.5 million the Ghanaian Government claimed it paid to Société Générale. The Commission, headed by Justice Yaw Apau, was told Société more

18 Sep 2013 00:00 Ghana

Five officials of Living Faith Church Worldwide (Winners Chapel) have been quizzed by the Ogun State Police Command over their roles in the alleged attack on officials of the Ogun State Revenue Service. more

10 Sep 2013 00:00 News

Lead Singer of the UK's most successful Gospel group, Station Director for the coveted 'Premier Gospel Radio' and Presenter of the widely watched 'Turning Point' - it would appear Muyiwa Olarewaju has done it all. From appearances at the BBC Gospel more

4 Sep 2013 00:00 Faith

Issues Of The Heart (IOTH) - an organisation that seeks to empower women to appreciate themselves through training, development, counselling and mentoring; holds an event on Saturday 12 October 2013 in Orpington, Kent in England. more

3 Sep 2013 00:00 Events

Africa Fashion Week London raised the roof of The Old Brewery, bringing a burst of African vibrancy and colour to the streets of East London. The show showcased the work of African designers as well as African inspired pieces over three days. more

15 Aug 2013 17:00 Fashion

The Ghana Music Awards 2013 was a game of two halves to say the least. What the show lacked in punctuality and organisation, it certainly made up for its energy, acts and an all-round upbeat atmosphere. more

15 Aug 2013 04:00 Ghana

This Video shows a teacher in Edo State, Nigeria who is unable to read the written word correctly. The Edo State Governor - Comrade Adams Oshiomhole ends up teaching the teacher during a Verification exercise involving teachers. more

15 Aug 2013 02:00 Edo 5 Comments

On 12 August, Nora Madolo was shot midmorning while walking among the community of the Marikana mine in Rustenburg, South Africa. The killing of the union shop steward came shortly before the tense anniversary of the Marikana mine massacre more

15 Aug 2013 00:00 South Africa

Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan has congratulated Mali’s President-elect - Mr. Ibrahim Boubacar Keita on his victory in last Sunday’s run-off Presidential election in the country. more

15 Aug 2013 00:00 Mali

After a successful outing in Birmingham, The Diary of Black Men continues at the Fairfields Hall in Croydon from Thursday 15 August - Sunday 18 August 2013. more

14 Aug 2013 01:00 Events

London-based Igbo Cultural Support Network (ICSN) is running an 8-week dance course where one ‘will learn how to do traditional Igbo dances from different Igbo tribes, significantly improve technique and fitness and have a lot of fun in the process.’ more

13 Aug 2013 00:00 Arts 1 Comments

Old students of Nigerian secondary schools in the United Kingdom under the banner of the Nigerian Schools Sports & Family Fun Day (NSSFF) will hold their annual event on Saturday 24 August 2013 at Norman Athletics Park in Bromley, Kent. more

10 Aug 2013 00:00 Events

Recent days have prompted a positive take, albeit a qualified one, on African multi-party democracy. Sunday's general election in Mali was succeeded by Zimbabwe's presidential poll on Wednesday. more

6 Aug 2013 00:00 Opinion

In a rare London appearance, internationally renowned playwright and Africa’s first Nobel Laureate for Literature Professor Wole Soyinka will launch the publication of the Anthology “Memoirs for Our Future” to an audience comprising of mainly young more

10 Jul 2013 00:00 Arts