Ransomware is no joke… stuff like this shows how nepotism and ish put people in jobs like cybersecurity they ain’t qualified for an everyone suffers…
Yesterday, some residents of Johannesburg, the largest city in South Africa, were left without electricity after the city’s power company got attacked by a ransomware virus.
City Power, the company responsible for powering South Africa’s financial capital Johannesburg, confirmed Thursday on Twitter that it had been hit by a Ransomware virus that had encrypted all of its databases, applications, and network. Continue reading
This is so dope… this is why we need to come together from the different parts of the diaspora and don’t let this ADOS & reparations (we will never get…) stuff divide us…. we have capital and they have innovation and raw materials….
At a time when plastic has become a herculean menace for many countries, here in Ghana, young individuals are undertaking projects that turn plastic waste into fuel like grease, diesel and petrol for household use. Continue reading
I wasn’t up on him myself…
Martin Delany was a Civil Rights activist, author, editor, and doctor who came into this world on May 6, 1812. Born in Charles Town, West Virginia, as the son of slaves, his grandfather on his father’s side was a village chieftain while his grandfather on his mother’s side was known as a Mandingo prince. Delany’s mother, Pati, won her freedom and started working as a seamstress. She became determined to educate her five children. However, someone turned her in for teaching her children how to read and write, so the family moved and settled in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. Delany’s father, Samuel, joined them a year later after he paid for his freedom. Continue reading
Just remember stories like these when people try to tell you Afrika is backwater and backwards… when AmeriKKKa is so technically and intellectually behind much of the world..
Ghana will this year launch a new payment method using universal QR codes, Vice President Bawumia has announced.
Vice President Bawumia announced this next level of Government’s digitisation agenda on Saturday, July 6, at the closing ceremony of the 2019 Diaspora Celebration and Homecoming summit in Accra. Continue reading
This is pretty dope… and they are doin something coming out on Netflix!! I knew nothing of South Africa’s animation work but I’ll definitely look into this… when I got time lol
As Africa’s animation sector booms, the continent’s largest animation studio has launched a new initiative to spur it on. South Africa’s Triggerfish has created a free online course, Triggerfish Academy, to help budding artists understand what it means to work in animation, and encourage them to join the industry. Continue reading
Been saying this for a while… the Gates Foundation is no good and was a good way for Bill to avoid taxes back when he ran Microsoft… but she is misguided when it comes to orangina…
In the age of YouTube, news interviews often go viral. Yet there are few videos more explosive than when Nigerian national Obianuju Ekeocha, a biomedical scientist currently living in England, sparred with a BBC anchor in a clip now viewed by tens of millions. Continue reading
Admitted huh? Not ike he had a choice… smmfh
Pope Francis has admitted that clerics have sexually abused nuns, and in one case they were kept as sex slaves.
He said in that case his predecessor, Pope Benedict, was forced to shut down an entire congregation of nuns who were being abused by priests. Continue reading
As the memes says, they kidnapped doctors, lawyers, and intellectuals and made them slaves…. notice how the YT says “written by a slave” smmfh just disrespectful….
Read it here
His entire collection at the Library of Congress
Omar Ibn Said was 37 years old when he was taken from his West African home and transported to Charleston, South Carolina, as a slave in the 1800s. Now, his one-of-a-kind autobiographical manuscript has been translated from its original Arabic and housed at the Library of Congress, where it “annihilates” the conventional narrative of African slaves as uneducated and uncultured. Amna Nawaz reports. Continue reading
I always wondered why Afrikans still do the same ish as the former colonial oppressors….
The tradition of wearing horsehair wigs, perukes, ‘a term derived from the French word perruque (weaving wig)’ and gowns by the judiciary predates the 15th Century. In the 14th Century, during the reign of King Edward III, the accepted costume for nobles who appeared before the Court of the king was the robe. Continue reading