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26May 2018
The Guardian

THE Zumas; the Guptas; Tom Moyane and Brian Molefe to single out some of my favourites, leave,...

26May 2018
The Guardian

AN outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in Democratic Republic of Congo has the clear "potential...

26May 2018
The Guardian

Monica Osagie narrates her story to CNN in Nigeria recently.

When Monica Osagie got low marks in a course for her master's degree, she says the professor...

25May 2018
The Guardian

Members of the Female Bikers Initiative, during an awareness ride in Lagos, Nigeria, in 2017.

Whenever the all-female Nigerian biker group D'Angels hit the streets, people would stare in...

25May 2018
The Guardian

A street vendor in Bangkok, Thailand where urbanisation, rising incomes and concerns about health are driving a move towards more protein-rich alternatives to the staple food, rice. May 10, 2018. Photo/Thomson Reuters Foundation

Lunchtime in Taipei's Ximending district is a test of wills and patience as tourists and locals...

24May 2018
The Guardian

President of Mali Ibrahim Boubacar Keita at the France-Africa Summit in Bamako, Mali, 14 January 2017.

While repeated attacks by extremist groups and inter-communal violence continue to fuel...

24May 2018
The Guardian

The potential of beekeeping in Tanzania is huge. Tanzania is the second honey producer in Africa after Ethiopia.

Three years back, in 2015, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)...

24May 2018
The Guardian

Fikile Mthiyane takes a break from cooking a family meal in KwaNdengezi, South Africa, August 31, 2017

After learning that three babies died in a government hospital in the Sierra Leone city of Bo...

24May 2018
The Guardian

A bus drives past the Adama wind farm project built by Chinese Exim bank on the outskirt of Adama Town, east of the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, November 5, 2015.

Africa is sometimes better known for its vulnerability to climate change than its action on the...

23May 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Ghana’s Minister for Aviation Cecilia Abena Dapaah and Jean de Dieu Uwihanganye, Rwanda’s Minister of State in charge of Transport, sign the Bilateral Air Service Agreement (BASA) in Kigali on Monday.

Ministers from Rwanda and Ghana described the Bilateral Air Service Agreement (BASA) signed...

23May 2018
The Guardian

TWELVE-year-old Josephat Shimwaga (not his real name) is a pupil at a primary school in Mpwapwa...

23May 2018
The Guardian

People walk on a dirt road outside Maroua, Cameroon, March 16, 2016.

Djamila lowers her eyes and nervously fiddles with the veil covering part of her face. She has...

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