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Do Africans On The Continent Know Their True History?

Do Africans On The Continent Know Their True History?

Do Africans on the continent know their true history? Certainly, very few do and many do not. Why? Because majority only know the Eurocentric version of African history.

Africans, inactivity increases risk of heart disease (CVD)

Africans, inactivity increases risk of heart disease (CVD)

This is to inform fellow Africans, especially in diaspora, that inactivity can lead to a type of heart disease affecting the cardiovascular system. Inactivity such as sitting for long hours watching TV, long hours on a computer, among other factors, increases the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Society and Man in today’s reality (Information for Africans)

Society and Man in today’s reality (Information for Africans)

The relationship between these two have been misconstrued and misrepresented over the years. It is the society for man and not man for the society.

The World needs Radical Art ideas that expose Propaganda

The World needs Radical Art ideas that expose Propaganda

What does today’s world need? Today’s world need to be free from mental slavery in order to truly move forward. The world needs unbiased information and radical art ideas that will expose propaganda, while informing the people on what matters most.

Grenade Attack Suspects in Rwanda Sentenced to Life

Grenade Attack Suspects in Rwanda Sentenced to Life

Ten of 30 Grenade attack suspects have been sentence to life yesterday for their role in connection to series of Grenade attacks in Rwanda.

Well-informed people eat better, new study confirms

Well-informed people eat better, new study confirms

A study by Italian researchers shows that the more people are informed by newspapers, television and the Internet, the more they stick to the Mediterranean diet, the healthiest eating pattern in the world.

Measuring the impact of information literacy training in Africa

Measuring the impact of information literacy training in Africa

The British Library for Development Studies (BLDS)has been developing an information literacy programme over the past two years which includes course materials and an online network for trainers and practitioners in Africa to share best practice.

Africa: Open your eyes

Africa: Open your eyes

History of truth is being re-written as Africa gets so much angry when we see the very killers trying to play super masters instead of bowing down and apologising to Namibians and Africans for their ancestors’ bad behaviour and colonial mentality.

Bringing Open Access Africa publishing initiative to West Africa

Bringing Open Access Africa publishing initiative to West Africa

(InformAfrica) — BioMed Central recently launched ‘Open Access Africa’, a collection of initiatives designed to increase the output and visibility of scientific research published by African learning institutes. Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi, Ghana, has recently been announced as the first African Foundation Member to participate in the free scheme.

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