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Joshua Olusan
Joshua Olusan 66 posts

Publisher, Author and founder of The African portal, studies journalism at university of Pennsylvania, writer's , motivational speaker, human rights activist, TV presenter, programme Director, Photographer & Graphic Designer.

BRITISH SOMALI HISTORY IN EAST LONDON

Numbi Arts have an exciting new project archiving British Somali history in East London. “The experiences of resilience and adaptation that chart the journeys to life and work building communities

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH DR OLUSOLA CHARLES AGBENIYI VICE PRESIDENT AYIDSA

I got to the palace around 3 pm and left around 7 pm. On his request I witness other visitors coming to seek political office and appointments blessings. We have

NIGERIA OIL, GAS AND ELECTRICITY WORKS ON STRIKE

The Nigeria Oil, Gas and electricity strike began today nationwide “Mobilisation still continues nationwide as State councils and affiliates are at red alert to ensure that if the federal Government

LESOTHO HAS BECOME THE FIRST AFRICAN COUNTRY TO LEGALIZE THE GROWING OF WEED FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES.

With this ruling, Lesotho finds itself at the forefront of an immensely profitable industry. “Access to medicinal cannabis on the African continent has taken another major step forward today and

PROFESSOR AJANI AWOTEDU BURIAL IN IBADAN

Professor Ajani Awotedu’s burial in Ibadan, Nigeria.

CHAOS BREAK OUT AT MAGAQA MEMORIAL SERVICE IN SOWETO

Groups from the ANC Youth League (ANCLY) disrupted speeches as they sang and danced in support of different leaders set to campaign in the upcoming ANC presidential election. The chaos

TAXIFY TAXI SET ALIGHT IN SUNNYSIDE PRETORIA

Two Taxify vehicles were set alight in Sunnyside, Pretoria, on Wednesday afternoon during ongoing taxi violence in the province, Gauteng police said. The first vehicle was set alight when a

FIGHTING 783 CHARGES IN COURT

President Jacob Zuma’s protracted legal battle to avoid prosecution on charges that include corruption, racketeering, money laundering and fraud, continues in the Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein on Thursday.

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2 PEOPLE FOUND DEAD AT THE CRICKET COURT IN LAUDIUM, PRETORIA

The bodies of 2 coaches, as well as two other critically injured men, were found at the stadium by a man playing on the field this morning. He then alerted

POLICE BRUTALITY IN SOUTH AFRICA

It was another cruel blow for the 34-year-old unemployed, single mother who lost her home and everything she had and her five children owned in March when fire razed thousands