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Akon wants to run a Senegal city on cryptocurrency—could it work?

Plans announced by Senegalese-American singer Akon last August to build “Akon City,” a futuristic hub in his ancestral homeland, were initially greeted with enthusiasm. But that quickly gave way to confusion: What was “Akoin,” and why was it appearing on billboards, postcards, and candy wrappers across the country advertising the 2,000 acre project?

Envisioned as a sustainable smart city, Akon City has been pitched as a residential and commercial hub, complete with resorts, towering condos, recording studios, a stadium, and e-commerce franchises. The city will run on solar and wind energy to circumvent the country’s unreliable power supply. It will also run on Akoin, a new cryptocurrency currently being piloted by the Grammy Award-nominated singer. Read more...

Covid-19 drove hundreds of Africans out of Guangzhou. A generation of mixed-race children is their legacy

When the coronavirus pandemic ground China to a near-halt in early February last year, Youssouf Dieng jetted back to Dakar for, he thought, a brief sojourn.

In reality, it was a year before Dieng -- who had worked as a goods trader in the manufacturing hub of Guangzhou in southern China for two decades -- could return, on an air ticket three times the usual cost, and a complicated business visa. By then, the pandemic had driven hundreds of Africans out of Guangzhou, sparked the most severe anti-Black racial clashes in China in decades, and remade business operations, with Chinese factories connecting with African customers directly over e-commerce platforms.

"Now it is very, very quiet," Dieng says of Little Africa, a nook of Guangzhou informally named after the swell of thriving African businessmen who once lived, ate and prayed there in huge numbers. "Not many foreigners now, and all the small shops are closed. Small business around here? No more." Read more...

Police Chief names murder suspects in Maryland

The Inspector General of Police Col. Patrick Sudue has identified four suspects arrested in connection with the recent murder in Maryland County as Moses Mlarmah, Francis Clark, DenailWesseh, and an unidentified lady. 

Col. Sudue reaffirmed the Police commitment to bring justice and peace to the people of Maryland County, while regretting protesters breaking into the Harper Central prison, allowing 91 prisoners to flee. However, the Police IG said out of the 91 inmates that fled, the Police have rearrested six (6).  Read more...

Ghanaian authorities investigate after 60 dead dolphins appear

The authorities in Ghana are trying to find out what has caused more than 60 dead dolphins to wash up on several beaches.

Local fishermen say the phenomenon is extremely rare. Officials are warning against eating the dolphins and various other fish species that have also washed up, as it not yet clear what caused their deaths.

Ghana's Fisheries Commission says samples have been taken for laboratory analysis. Dozens of dolphins went missing from Axim beach in the west of the country. It is suspected they were taken away by people who intend to sell their meat, Ghanaian news site Graphic Online reports.  Read more...

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