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Zimbabwe Sends its 1st Black Swimmer to the Olympics

By Enock Muchinjo, Associated Press The southern African nation of Zimbabwe is sending a Black swimmer to the Olympics, the first from her country to...

Mother Viola Fletcher Among 200 Black Wall Street Survivors Headed to Ghana

By Stacy Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent @StacyBrownMedia On the evening of May 31st, 1921, a vicious white mob from neighboring Tulsa, Oklahoma, descended on...

Deaths climb to 72 in South Africa riots after Zuma jailed

By Mogomotsi Magome and Andrew Meldrum, Associated Press The death toll climbed to 72 from rioting in South Africa on Tuesday, with many people trampled...

Ethiopia Is Open for Unity, Business, Progress and Empowerment

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent With archaeological findings that date back to around 980 BC, Ethiopia sits along the easternmost peninsula...

10 dead in South Africa riots over jailing of ex-leader Zuma

By ANDREW MELDRUM, Associated Press Rioting triggered by the imprisonment of former South African President Jacob Zuma escalated Monday as shopping malls in Johannesburg were...

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