Post Tagged with: "Africa"

Contentious Issues About the Holy Spirit (ECWA Wuse II Media Sunday Service – September 13, 2020)

by eCommunicator Contentious Issues About the Holy Spirit (ECWA Wuse II Media Sunday Service – September 13, 2020) Author: eCommunicator ECWA Editorial Board: Our editorial board or advisory board consists of a group of well published, prominent professors, with academic credentials and a detailed knowledge of their subject area.

Read More
Scientists have used satellite data to see where African vegetation is thriving and where it is in retreat. (Photo. Shutterstock)

Building Back Greener in Africa

by Umberto Labate African leaders highlight the opportunity for a triple dividend: reduced risk, increased resilience and strengthened recovery. COVID-19 continues to race across the African continent. People are dying, and even more are being pushed into hunger and poverty, in many cases risking to overturn years of development gains. […]

Read More
South Africa's President, Cyril Ramaphosa, greets the media prior to the BRICS summit in Brasilia, Brazil on November 14, 2019 (Image by Pavel Golovkin/Reuters)

South Africa Takes Over Rotating Chair of African Union

by eCommunicator Resolving conflicts, tackling gender equality, climate change and boosting commerce are high on 2020 agenda. South African President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday took over the rotating African Union (AU) chair at the opening of the 33rd AU summit of heads of state and government at the AU headquarters […]

Read More
The Family by Buchi Emecheta

The Family by Buchi Emecheta

by eCommunicator A Jamaican girl joins her parents in London at age eleven and makes formidable adjustments and choices to overcome the limitations of her family life. Book Title: The Family Author: Buchi Emecheta Release date: 03/01/1990 Genre: Fiction Hardcover – 239 pages – 978-0-8076-1245-3 Although her characters speak in […]

Read More
Nigerian bishop to lecture on religion, development and democracy in Africa at the University of Notre Dame at the University of Notre Dame on Oct. 29 (Thursday)

Nigerian bishop to lecture on religion, development and democracy in Africa on October 29

by Elizabeth Rankin, University of Notre Dame, Kellogg Institute for International Studies, 574-631-9184, erankin3@nd.edu Bishop Matthew H. Kukah, a noted Nigerian advocate for justice, democracy and human development, will speak at the University of Notre Dame on Oct. 29 (Thursday). His lecture, “Religion, Human Development and Democracy in Africa: Lessons from […]

Read More