Researcher have always believed that the origin of humanity, in the Great Rift Valley region of Africa, the Eastern part that surges through Northern Kenya to kiss its counterpart in t… Read More
"I have joined my people in the new spirit that moves them today, the spirit that revolts openly and broadly against injustice."Early life.Albert John Mvumbi Luthuli was born in around th… Read More
It is now a week and some few days since Col. Muammar Gaddafi the late Gaddafi left this great world to go and have a taste of the other world that so unfamiliar to many of us, a strong st… Read More
This week, 11th - 17th October is memorable in Africa. Struggles for power, deaths of nationalists, some arrests among many other events as we will see.Without wasting time, lets take a look… Read More
Kanem was situated northeast of Lake Chad. The early origins of the kingdom are believed to date as far as the seventh-century AD with the settlement of the Zaghawa people. The Sefawa dynast… Read More
On the 9th day of this month, Uganda will be celebrating her 49th independence anniversary, with this; I will bring you a Special Exclusive of This week in History, covering Uganda’s e… Read More
This week 1st -7th, is incredible in Africa as far as History is concerned. Here at BRT, we have started a feature called This Week In History, the purpose is to highlight the important elem… Read More
“Ghana is the title given to their kings, but the name of the kingdom of Awkar. In this year 1067 [or 460 of the Islamic calendar], their king is Tunka Manin who came to the throne in… Read More
Benin City (the name of a powerful kingdom of the same name) rose to prominence in the fifteenth century. Located in the present-day southwestern Nigeria. The t… Read More
“Africa is no historical part of the world [and] it has no development to show”- Georg Hegel, German Philosopher… Read More
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