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The Questions and Answers of the week. Click here to get to know something new about Africa.


Following are direct links to international media sources with different perspectives to events taking place in Africa. Just press the desired source and you will be connected.

AFRICA THOUGHT is YOUR interactive space. Each week, we feature topical issues that will demand your thoughts, inputs, comments and reactions. This week, we feature stories and echoes from the infamous George Floyd’s verdict. In one of the pieces, legal experts weigh in on the various nuances in the landmark case, Law Professors Alexis Karteron (Rutgers University); Jeannine Bell (Indiana University); Rashad Shabazz (Arizona State University); and Ric Simmons (Ohio State University) react to the guilty verdict for Derek Chauvin…


This week, we introduce the groundbreaking work of our senior contributing editor, Ben Edokpayi, an alum of Nigerian journalism, an original cast of our editorial team in 1990 before he forayed into other endeavors. A thorough-bred investigative journalist, Ben anchors this section with two groundbreaking reports – one on the environment (an issue that is dear to his heart) – and the other, on the jejune coverage which Africa has been forced to endure from the foreign media overtime…


The well-connected lawyer Jude Kearney is backing the US-Africa Energy Forum 2021, whose aim is to promote greater American business involvement in Africa – a continent where the Chinese are currently omnipresent. 


Pineapple, or Ananas, as this delicious fruit is called in all the non-English speaking countries ls turned into fashionable shoes by three enterprising students in Nairobi, Kenya.


Now you can #ShopAfrica from Grocery, Beauty to Books & Literature!

Shop our array of Pan African inspired food products, beauty, books, and niche literature.

The Africa Times/USA has been continually published, biweekly since 1989, and has influenced the perception of Africa as an emergent continent and economic and social force.

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The United States and Europe are both facing “common challenges, arrays of inequalities,” and “tensions” within their societies when it comes to racism, French President Emmanuel Macron said in a recent interview on CBS’s “Face the Nation” program that aired April 25. And while this is something both have in common, it’s important to note that their “histories are very different,” he said.


In 2017, while at work as a Public Information Officer for the California Department of Toxic Substances Control, DTSC-CalEPA, and almost three decades after a collaboration between an Italian Politician and a Nigerian-American journalist, on what was the biggest expose on environmental hazards in Africa from the west. I got an email from Enrico Falqui, a Green Peace member who is also a well-known member of the European Parliament.


Here is the stock exchange rates for AFRICA INC.

With Direct Capital Investment (DCI) increasingly making its way into the various sectors of the African continent, the stock market/bourse has been nothing short of dynamic. Major financial institutions from around the world have their footprints on these markets. In this section, AFRICA, INC., our editors will supply weekly indices/ standings on the market for the benefit of our readers.

YOUR COMMENTS, IDEAS AND THOUGHTS matter on this portal.

We believe that YOUR thoughts have tremendous power. And ideas are great change agents. This portal therefore offers you the opportunity to chime in on the topical issue of the BLACK LIVES MATTER movement founded in 2013 in response to the Trevor Martins’ death in Florida, in the United States, and has since snowballed into a global phenomenon with offshoots in the United Kingdom and Canada in response to incessant death of people of African descent in the hands of white individuals. The recent verdict in the infamous George Floyd’s saga has also become a flashpoint for racial tension worldwide. The African Times-USA now formally invites you leave YOUR comments and share YOUR thoughts on these type of issues, and of course on the stories that we carry here.
Materials on this portal are well researched and documented by some of the finest crop of writers and journalists whose craft is familiar with the trends, happenings and of course the sensibilities in the Pan African community around the world