David Stuurman: The South African who twice escaped Robben Island

David Stuurman, who has just had an airport named after him, was one of the…

Discovering WW1 tunnel of death hidden in France for a century

Not since the 1970s has there been such an important discovery from the Great War…

Goodwill Zwelithini: South Africa’s straight-talking Zulu king

King Goodwill Zwelithini, the leader of the Zulu nation in South Africa has died at…

China-Africa Cooperation Prospers against Covid-19

By Wang Zefei, commentator on International affairs The outbreak and spread of COVID-19 since the…

Why did this lioness kill the father of her cubs?

A lioness at a US zoo has killed the father of her three cubs in…

The loyalty oath keeping Rwandans abroad in check

Leaked footage of a controversial “oath” ceremony at the Rwandan High Commission in London has…

When CCECC presented CSR report to Nigerian public

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is defined as the act of incorporating environmental and social concerns…

Brexit: ‘It’s utter confusion’ over trade talks delay

The coronavirus pandemic, the Christmas rush moving online, and the potential of a no-deal Brexit:…

Examining threat to life and its legal consequences

By Ochiaka Ugwu A threat is an expression of intention to inflict injury or damage…

The military in the face of daunting security challenges

By Defence correspondent, Tobias Lengnam In Nigeria, like most countries of the world, the military…