A Week In Color 16/8/2020

You checking out our newsletter?! 🔍🔍🤨🧐🤥 Cause it’s a funny way to catch up on neglected news. Anyways, a 1000 ways of frustration in #Nigeria Lagos state to attract 5% levy on all content created…eeehen? Nice one, but there’s more … POS service operators to pay an annual fee of N10,000 starting next year. Amotekun shows off their cool lewks

#ZimbabweanLives matter & the Zimbabweans aren’t letting up! They are still speaking up for their rights

The biggest news in the #US President Trump continues to spread rumors about mail-in votes, oppose much needed funding for USPS while simultaneously printing his face on absentee ballot request forms. 🆘 what the Trump? It’s important to note these aren’t actual ballots but request forms for one…but still. Link for all you should know about how vote-by-mail works. 🥴Presidential Candidate Joe Biden finally announced his running mate. Are you a ‘let’s do whatever we can to get this man out of the office’ person or the ‘I’m tired of picking the lesser evil’ type? 👇🏾 Let’s talk abourrit Also a compilation of some #GoFundMes we found to throw some spare money at. Including so light fun & positivity Continue reading A Week In Color 16/8/2020

A Week In Color 1/8/2020

Happy Eid to all the Muslims! We love a holiday. What’s happening in #Zimbabwe ? Human rights violations & suppression of protest. Also, reparations? Happy Emancipation day to #Jamaica!!! #Nigeria is rewarding thieves; so regular scheduled programming? All that clap mostly cap? NHS workers protest for higher pay in the #UK also…. free Wiley? 🥴 #TheUS President Trump’s latest shenanigans & is the senate cutting another check?! Including some Go Fund Mes to throw some
money at! Just remember #whotoldyou! Because #wedid
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A Week In Color 26/7/2020

Our comical take on Black World News for the average reader who enjoys their news with a dash of entertainment. Happy Independence day Liberia Is the #Ethiopian Prime Minister a scammer? Who runs on the platform of nationwide unity then does the entire opposite in office? Sounds like a politician. #Ugandan King Museveni couldn’t play fair even if he tried. The president is set to run for re-election after 4 decades of ruling. #Nigeria Acting managing director of NDDC decides to do just that; act. Overcome with a fainting spell when probed about the mismanagement of public funds #TheUS Trump says he won’t concede if he doesn’t win on a one-on-one interview with Fox reporter Chris Wallace. R.I.P to Congressman John Lewis. Are you creative? We have something that might peak your interest.

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Your Weekly Negritude Newsletter. Special Edition: #SudanUprising SUDAN On June 27th, the Sudanese movement protesting for the military to handover to civilian rule received a new proposal for a transition drafted by Ethiopia & the African Union (AU). Yay! Here’s to the AU actually doing work. Although, this move did happen after Sudan’s ruling generals appealed to mediators from the AU & Ethiopia to assist Sudan with unifying their efforts. The Alliance for change announced their acceptance of Ethiopia’s initial formulated proposal while the Transition Military Council (TMC) rejected it. It called for a designated transitional parliament of 300 lawmakers … Continue reading A Week In Color 21

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Your Afro-Negro Weekly Newsletter South Sudan What’s going on in the world’s youngest nation? 40 diplomats have been fired for not showing up to work. For some? In years. On Thursday; May 16th, 40 overseas diplomats were abruptly relieved of their postings after multiple futile attempts at convincing them to return to work in Juba. The foreign ministry in Juba, the capital & South Sudan’s largest city, said they tried in vain “to engage with these diplomats who went Absent Without Appointed Leave (AWOL) over the past few months and years” some diplomats included were posted in the United States … Continue reading A Week In Color 19

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Your Afro-Negro Weekly Newsletter Ghana Gifty Twum Ampofo the Deputy Minister for Education in charge of Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) has announced that the government would continue to relentlessly strive on its efforts to provide free skill, techincal and vocational training to the cooperative youth. In a speech addressing master craftsmen, apprentices, workers & skilled experts, Mrs Twum Ampofo who is also the Member of Parliament for Abuakwa North says; “Let us strive to build ourselves and add value to our skills using the Ghana TVET Voucher Project as the springboard”. According to Mrs Twum Amopofo global labour … Continue reading A Week In Color 18