Mitchell P. Rozansky

Mitchell P. Rozansky is a promising journalism scholar, member of the St. Bonaventure University Community and Editor-In-Chief of Globe Afrique Media, publisher of globeafrique.com. Prior to serving as editor in chief, he was entertainment editor of the media group, covering news stories and articles on sports, lifestyles, TV/films, music, and fashion.
News

The Last Male Northern White Rhino

Three northern white rhinos in Kenya’s Ol Pejeta Conservancy are under 24-hour protection by armed guards. These three rhinos are the…

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Entertainment

Ghana Appoint Interim Head Coach

Maxwell Konadu has been installed as the caretaker coach until the Ghana Football Association can find a permanent successor to…

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Entertainment

Togolese Striker Saves Opponent’s Life

Francis Kone has been labeled a hero after a bizarre incident at the weekend. The Togolese striker took immediate action…

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Entertainment

Another African Leaves for China

Nigerian Brown Ideye has joined the recent surge of players taking their talents to China. The former West Bromwich Albion…

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Food

South Sudan in Crisis as Famine is Declared

Some women arrived to have children examined in a clinic in northern South Sudan (Picture: UNICEF) North Africa –-Famine has…

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Entertainment

Afcon Champion Latest Player to Move to China

Cameroon’s Christian Bassogog has become the most recent player to accept a move to China. The 21-year-old was named player…

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Entertainment

Stampede at Football Match in Angola Leaves 17 Dead

Last Friday at least 17 were left dead and more injured after a stampede before the opening match of the Angolan…

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Entertainment

American Superstar Madonna Adopts Malawian Twins

Last week, American singer and superstar Madonna announced that she had finally completed the process of adopting two twin girls…

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Entertainment

Fighting for a Better Life

Recruiting children to be soldiers has been a sad reality in Africa for some time. For 20 years the Democratic…

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Entertainment

Rugby Legend Passes Away

South African rugby legend Joost van der Westhuizen died on Monday, losing his battle to ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), also…

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