SCD’s Unwritten History: A Blood Disorder That Could Be In Your Bloodline

AFRICA WELLNESS This is the section that provides answers to your various health and wellness issues, especially for people of African descent – holistic, diagnostic, curative, historical, and intervention. Our experts will assist with tips on how to improve your quality of life.  Sponsored by THE TIMES as a Community Service EDITOR’S NOTE: As had […]

Russian/Ukraine Showdown: Will Africa Survive A Nuclear War?

AFRICA THOUGHT – News features, commentaries, analyses, interviews & Op-ed. Asks Caleb Onyeabor/Special To The African Times/USA Since the Cuban missile crisis of 1962, where the two major super powers – USA and USSR –  came very close to unleashing a nuclear war, the world is once again faced with a potential event of a […]

A Chat with Naledi Pandor: Another Rising Voice Out of Africa

AFRICA THOUGHT – News features, commentaries, analyses, interviews & Op-ed. By Charles Anyiam/Special to The African Times/USA Perhaps, one of the rising stars out of Africa today on the global stage is Dr. Naledi Pandor who is South Africa’s current  Minister of International Affairs & Cooperation. Without any modicum of doubt, she belongs to the same pantheon […]

Does Africa Risk Losing out on trade With Rich Countries?

AFRICA INC. – Rising economies, start-ups, and Black wealth, etc. Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida greets US Vice President Kamala in Tokyo. Washington is focused on moving close to partners it can trust. Photo by David Mareuil/Pool/Getty Images Over the past few years, the world’s supply chains have been strained and disrupted by the COVID pandemic, Russia’s […]

How Amanda Gorman Wowed The UN With Her Poem

ARTS, STYLE & ENTERTAINMENT This is YOUR lifestyle gallery – of what is new and what is happening in the U.S. And the Black World, not excluding Africa. For this section if you have any news we should know about – let us know at: [email protected] Courtesy/AP When Amanda Gorman was invited to read a […]