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Bishop Michael Curry delivers an ‘African-American gospel church’-style sermon at the royal wedding

Bishop Michael Curry delivers an ‘African-American gospel church’-style sermon at the royal wedding

News.com.au article | 20th May 2018 He hadn’t met Meghan Markle before being invited to make the rousing sermon that briefly stole the show at her wedding, but his star turn is set to impact the Most Reverend Michael Curry’s life for years to come. Reverend Curry, the first black leader of America’s Episcopal church […] Read More

The African Prince at Windsor Castle

The African Prince at Windsor Castle

By Odhiambo Levin Opiyo | 19th May 2018 At St George’s Chapel, where Prince Harry and Meghan will be getting married today, lies the remains of a young African boy called Prince Alemayehu, the son of Emperor Tewodros II of Ethiopia. He was smuggled out of Ethiopia into Britain at the age of 7 after […] Read More

Australia condemns Cameroon human rights as athletes told ‘go home’

Australia condemns Cameroon human rights as athletes told ‘go home’

SBS News Article | 18th May 2018 Australia has joined the US, Britain and dozens of other nations in criticising Cameroon’s human rights record, as up to a dozen of the West African country’s Commonwealth Games athletes have not returned home. Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton warned athletes overstaying their Games’ visas will be found […] Read More

African Children’s Choir returns to Australia, rescuing Ugandans from slums and providing an education

African Children’s Choir returns to Australia, rescuing Ugandans from slums and providing an education

ABC News article | 11th May 2018 Changing the lives of young Africans Since it was started in 1984, the UBUNTU African Children’s Choir has helped more than 55,000 children leave African slums and go to good schools. The choir provides the children with a full education and the opportunity to tour the world performing […] Read More

Changing face of VIC Police; embracing new recruits from Sudan, Congo

Changing face of VIC Police; embracing new recruits from Sudan, Congo

ABC News article | 10th May 2018 Constable Kur Thiek was a bit nervous as he prepared for his first day on patrol as a Victoria Police officer. “Today is my first shift after graduation,” he said at the Narre Warren Police Station south-east of Melbourne. “So I’m excited and also a bit nervous as […] Read More

Joel Wilkinson, former AFL player, takes action against AFL over alleged racial abuse, sexual harassment

Joel Wilkinson, former AFL player, takes action against AFL over alleged racial abuse, sexual harassment

ABC News Artlicle | 9th May 2018 Former Gold Coast Suns player Joel Wilkinson will begin legal action against the AFL, seeking compensation for racial abuse and sexual harassment during his playing career. The legal action will be filed to the Human Rights Commission after talks with the AFL failed. The case will allege Wilkinson […] Read More

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