Saturday, May 26, 2018

Meet Sophia: World’s first realest robot, a citizen of Saudi Arabia

Sophia is the world's first Android citizen when sometime last year she was rewarded Saudi Arabian citizenship. A Hanson Robotics invention, Sophia is the world’s most...

Text, Whatsapp Azaan proposed by Ghana minister to curb noise pollution

At a time Rwanda is busily closing churches and mosques in the country, the noise pollution debate in Ghana is taking a more techy...

World’s top doctor retweets the Holy Father on World Health Day 2018

Ethiopia's Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus is the Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), technically thus, he is the world's leading doctor - note, however,...

Ethiopians get mobile, regular internet after months of outage

The Addis Standard news portal is reporting that Ethiopians will get back their mobile data services and regular internet after months of unexplained outage. Internet...

Sierra Leone post-runoff internet disruption was a total blackout: OONI

    Reports emerged that Sierra Leone government had temporarily shut down the internet immediately after close of polls in the March 31 presidential runoff.   It turns...

Bright Ackwerh: The Ghanaian cartoonist mocking Zuckerberg on Facebook

Bright Tetteh Ackwerh is a celebrated Ghanaian cartoonist whose works can best be described as controversial – be they about local and global politics,...

Ghana’s blackboard computer teacher ‘inspired the world’ – Microsoft

Until recently he was an ordinary teacher in a village in Ghana’s Ashanti region. But a moment of ingenuity coupled with a social media...

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Freetown mayoress pumped-up for work after physical attack

Yvonne Aki Sawyerr, the mayoress of Sierra Leone's capital, Freetown, says she is back on her feet after an attack earlier this week. According to...

After Freetown, Banjul: Rwandan capital Kigali gets female mayor

The list of African capitals with female mayors has increased by one as Rwanda's Kigali picked Marie Chantal Rwakazina as mayoress on Friday morning. The...

Gambia, S. Africa presidents donate part of salaries for public good

In the last week, two African presidents have donated part of their salaries to help in the public good. First was South Africa's Cyril Ramaphosa,...

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