Papandreou Visits the Greeks of Cape Town

Former Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou met administration representatives of the Hellenic Community of Cape Town Africa as well as with several Greek members...

Johannesburg: Celebration of National Independence Day

On Sunday the 21st of March 2010, the celebration of the National Greek Independence Day of March 25th took place in Johannesburg, South Africa,...

Somali Pirates Free Greek-Owned Ship

Somali pirates have released the Greek-owned bulk carrier Free Goddess and its 21 Filipino crew members after holding the vessel for more than eight...

Egyptian Shipwreck Proves Greek Historian Herodotus Right — After 2,500 Years

Archaeologists have recently discovered an ancient shipwreck which proves the Greek Historian Herodotus was absolutely correct about the observations he made nearly 25 centuries ago. The...

South Africa Hellenism Honors Human Rights Lawyer George Bizos

(George Bizos (left) with Terence Quick) Greece's Deputy Foreign Minister Terence Quick honored South Africa's emblematic lawyer George Bizos at a special event in Johannesburg...

Foreign Ministry on Standby to Evacuate Greeks in Libya

Athens is carefully monitoring developments in Libya and is ready to set in motion plans to evacuate any Greeks that live in that country...

Archaeologists Discover 2,200-Year-Old Ancient Greek Writing in Egypt

Archaeologists in northern Egypt have discovered a 2,200-year-old coin depicting King Ptolemy III Euergetes, said to be an ancestor of Cleopatra. The coin, which bears...

Greeks of Egypt Honor Fallen Heroes

The Greek community of Egypt honored the Greek soldiers who fell in El Alamein, during the ferocious battle against the Axis powers in the...

Dimitri Tsafendas, The Greek Who Killed the Architect of Apartheid (video)

When Dimitri Tsafendas killed South African Prime Minister Hendrik Verwoerd on September 6, 1966, the courts decided it was an act of a madman....

Meet the Greek Educator Turned Author in Africa (video)

She applied for a teaching job outside of Greece in 2014, thinking that it would be somewhere in Europe. However, Maria Ntinaki ended up teaching...