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Meghan Markle Honored with Coat of Arms as Duchess of Sussex

A Coat of Arms has been created for The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Marklewith approval from The Queen and Thomas Woodcock.

DRC: 50 dead following shipwreck in the Northwest

Fifty dead bodies were recovered after a boat sank on a river in the north-west of the Democratic Republic of Congo on Wednesday, according to an official report delivered to the AFP on Friday.

Harvey Weinstein is charged with rape and sex abuse in cases involving 2 women

Harvey Weinstein turned himself in to authorities Friday morning and was arrested and arraigned on charges of first- and third-degree rape and committing a criminal sexual act in the first degree, according to the Manhattan District Attorney's office.

Investing In Africa To Tell Africa’s Stories: MultiChoice Celebrates Africa Day

It’s been 55 years since 32 African countries first met in Addis Ababa to form the Organisation of Africa Unity (OAU) a body established to promote solidarity between African nations at a time of increasing continental liberation. This pivotal moment in history heralded change in Africa, redefining African collaboration, support and unity in the continent’s quest for independence.

North Korea says it's still willing to meet with Trump after US President cancels summit

North Korea has said its supreme leader, Kim Jong Un is still willing to meet Donald Trump "at any time," despite the US President's abrupt cancellation of what would have been a historic summit between the two leaders, scheduled for June 12.

Catholic priest infected with Ebola in Congo

The current outbreak of Ebola is spreading in Democratic Republic of Congo as a Catholic priest has been quarantined after being infected with the virus.

Award-winning Nigerian Author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie addresses Harvard's Class of 2018

Writer and speaker Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie gave the class day address to the Harvard Class of 2018 on Wednesday.

Photos: Women In Tourism, Ghana Tour South Africa Ahead Of Indaba

A group of women from Ghana, who operate in the tourism sector have toured parts of South Africa ahead of the 2018 edition of Africa’s Travel Indaba in Durban South Africa. The group, known as Women In Tourism (WIT), Ghana, toured the famous Sun City resort and Johannesburg before travelling to Durban to take part in the tourism trade show.

Watch: From Model to Superstar Blogger! Linda Ikeji features on Forbes Africa’s “Against the Odd with Peace Hyde”

This episode of Against The Odds with Peace Hyde chronicles the journey of successful blogger, Linda Ikeji.

Morgan Freeman apologises after Sexual Harassment Allegations

80-year-old actor Morgan Freeman has apologized after allegations of sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior were made against him.

Michelle Obama reveals the cover for her new book titled Becoming

Michelle Obama has released the cover for her new book titled Becoming.