How many people will inhabit the world in 2030, 2050 and 2100

How many people will inhabit the world in 2030, 2050 and 2100

8.5 billion people will inhabit the Earth within 15 years, compared to the current population of 7.3 billion people. This figure is projected to rise to 9.7 billion people by 2050 and 11.2 billion people by the end of the century. These are the United Nations’ most important data on global population growth released on 29 July 2015,

Africa, a new hashtag reveals the continent that doesn’t make the headlines

Africa, a new hashtag reveals the continent that doesn’t make the headlines

We’re used to seeing Africa portrayed in the news as a hotbed of conflict, disease and poverty. Africans are rebelling against the image of the troubled continent through #TheAfricaTheMediaNeverShowsYou. Under this hashtag you can find over 42,000 tweets and retweets covering topics ranging from architecture to fashion, landscapes to social initiatives, history to modern innovations.

Roger Federer donates smiles and 50 schools to children in Malawi

Roger Federer donates smiles and 50 schools to children in Malawi

Roger Federer is 34 and since 1998 – when he was 17 – is a professional tennis player. Thanks to his class, technique, tenacity, and his elegant and unique style he became one of the world’s most important tennis champions in history. Federer, from Basle, Switzerland, is one of those champions that when will decide

A rap song from Congo against racial massacres in the US

A rap song from Congo against racial massacres in the US

Pierce Freelon is a US professor, journalist, and musician. Graduate in African Studies, he is founder of Blackademics – online community made of coloured young people debating on racial events – and of the hip hop group The Beast. Such mix of musical passion and academic education led him to become Professor of Political Sciences and