Since 1901, every year, an individual writer has had the privilege to receive the distinguished award of the Nobel Prize in Literature in appreciation for their life work in writing. With the first-ever Laureate, French Poet Sully Prudhomme, the world has since then witnessed 114 awards, given to 118 individuals, including 102 men and 16 women. Even more interesting is the analysis that only 6 Black Africans have received this award so far, the first Black African being Nigerian-born Wole Soyinka...
In 2013 when she was only 8 years old, Mabou was able to articulate 8 languages; English, Kreyol, Spanish, French, Russian, Arabic, Mandarin and Sign Language. (Read more...)
In 2022, during the African Cup of Nations in Cameroon, the Zimbabwe - Guinea game witnessed Salima Mukansanga hold the ball for the match, while parading into the pitch escorted by three masculine match officials. (Read more...)
A woman, black woman, foreign black woman in America as Enonchong described herself in SeedStar launched her first tech company in 1999 in the United States called AppsTech. (Read more...)
In the early 2000s, when the Tanzanian government privatized loss-making companies, Mo Dewji acquired them cheaply and made them profitable. (Read more...)