The Black African Foundation of China: The First Chinese

The First Chinese

By Dr. Clyde Winters
Edited by Ogu-Eji-Ofo-Annu

It can be reasonably assumed that the first inhabitants of the chinese mainland were Black Brown Africans from East, West and Central regions of Africa given that the earliest human skeletal remains in China are of “Negro” (or “Negritos” a psuedo-scientific term commonly used today) people. The next oldest skeletal type after the period of predominance of the African immigrants were the Classical Mongoloids or Austronesian speakers. read more

Cannabis drug filed for approval

Cannabis drug filed for approval — BBC News

The first cannabis-based medication for MS has been filed for approval by British regulators.

GW Pharmaceuticals’ Sativex, an under-the-tongue spray, can now be given on a named-patient basis. But the company is applying to regulators across Europe for a licence to make it more widely available. read more

African Development: Ethiopia to recruit 600 Nigerian Professors

Ethiopia to recruit 600 Nigerian Profs

Tuesday, September 5, 2006

ADDIS ABABA—ETHIOPIA has asked the Nigerian government to allow it engage the services of 600 professors, Nigeria’s Ambassador to Ethiopia, Olusegun Akinsanya has said. Akinsanya told newsmen yesterday in Addis Ababa that the Ethiopian government wanted to recruit the professors to teach in the 12 new universities established in the country. read more

Parables From Africa: The Lion King – By Smith Bam

The Lion King

Tap into the genius in you

By Smith Bam

There was once a farmer who lived in this village and also was a herder of sheep. One day, he took his sheep out to pasture, and while they were grazing, he suddenly heard a strange noise coming from a patch of grass, which first sounded like a kitten. Led by his curiosity, the old shepherd went to see what was the source of this insistent sound, and to his surprise, he found a lone shivering lion cub, obviously separated from his family. read more