WowApp is a Messenger like WhatsApp but Allows You Earn Money & Shop Online

Most Africans use WhatsApp or Telegram for messaging, video calling and sharing files, nothing more, but messengers have gone beyond mere messaging and file sharing. WeChat, a popular messenger in China is used for multi-purpose messaging, social media and mobile payment. This is the direction messaging app developing is going and Africa has not been… Read More WowApp is a Messenger like WhatsApp but Allows You Earn Money & Shop Online

How Africans Performed Brain Surgery with Simple Tools and Herbs Long Before Colonization

The traditional brain surgery, specifically “Trepanation” of the cranium which is the oldest evidence of brain surgery through the ages have been practised all over the world. However, like many African practices, the west didn’t know that it was also practised in sub-Sahara Africa. The Busoga tribe of Uganda and the Kikii tribe of Kenya… Read More How Africans Performed Brain Surgery with Simple Tools and Herbs Long Before Colonization

Waterleaf: “of the Most Valuable Healing Herbs in Nature”

Waterleaf, (Talinum triangulare), is one of those underrated and undervalued plants in Nigeria. Some even regard waterleaf as a nuisance, a stubborn weed that grows all year, though it flourished more during the rainy season. Like the grasses in the fields, we match over them, urinate over them, and uproot them from our gardens, in… Read More Waterleaf: “of the Most Valuable Healing Herbs in Nature”

Tambour Original Sodabi: the World Class Local Spirit Made from Palm Wine

All over the world people and cultures have alcoholic drinks made from local materials. While the Caribbean made local Spirits from Sugarcane; Mexicans from blue agave, Eastern Europeans from cereal grains or potatoes, etc., West Africans made their Spirits from palm wine or sap. However, while others regions have developed their local Spirits, built large… Read More Tambour Original Sodabi: the World Class Local Spirit Made from Palm Wine

South Africa Pushes to Focus Her Science Reseach on National Problems

South Africa’s government is updating the country’s 1996 legislation document that governs the country’s science, technology and innovation activities and agencies with the aim to refocus research efforts on poverty, unemployment, drought and other national problems. According to Nature, The final draft shifts the focus of South Africa’s science sector towards business-led innovation that tackles… Read More South Africa Pushes to Focus Her Science Reseach on National Problems

Research Shows Large-scale Wind & Solar Farms in Sahara Africa will Double Rainfall

An international team of researchers from the United States, China and Italy in a report recently published in Science has suggested the installations of windmills and solar farms could have unexpected beneficial climate impacts when deployed at a large scale in the Sahara region of Africa. The research suggests that covering the entire Sahara desert… Read More Research Shows Large-scale Wind & Solar Farms in Sahara Africa will Double Rainfall