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15Mar 2019
Correpondent
The Guardian

Tanzanian ICT entrepreneur, Rose Funja, shows off one of the drones she uses as a key tool in her data mapping business.

SIX years ago while wondering how best to use her engineering skills, Tanzanian ICT entrepreneur...

15Mar 2019
Correpondent
The Guardian

The government of the Central African Republic and 14 of the most powerful armed groups operating in the country came together to sign a peace deal last month.

If it goes to plan, the signatories will be responsible for leading the country into a new era...

15Mar 2019
Correpondent
The Guardian

Maybe, after half a century of rule by one party, Botswana needs new political blood – but who?

Will the increasingly ugly and public spat between Botswana’s President Mokgweetsi Masisi and...

14Mar 2019
Correpondent
The Guardian

When the Inter Parliamentary Union (IPU), based in Switzerland, released its annual report on...

14Mar 2019
Correpondent
The Guardian

Two weeks before, an armed group burned down the 41-year-old farmer’s village, destroying his...

14Mar 2019
Correpondent
The Guardian

Once known as the country’s peaceful breadbasket, today the backdrop of rolling hills in South Sudan’s Equatoria region is contrasted by a string of ghost towns, abandoned shops, dilapidated houses, and roads littered with bullets and burnt-out cars. File photo

A fragile peace deal signed in September brought a few months of relief as fighting largely...

14Mar 2019
Correpondent
The Guardian

Africa’s political leaders are failing the continent by allowing China to plunder its assets and resources.

Africa’s history is laced with decades of colonial exploitation, which together with...

13Mar 2019
Correpondent
The Guardian

After his first meeting with Kim Jong-un Donald Trump declared: “And then we fell in love, okay...

13Mar 2019
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

THE International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) will kick off a campaign aimed at...

13Mar 2019
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

A man poses next to a mangrove sapling at a reforestation project site supported by UN Environment in the Kisakasaka community in Zanzibar.

THE water from the wells in Kisakasaka used to be so salty that it would turn people’s teeth...

13Mar 2019
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

INSPIRE Africa News highlights the face of a rising Africa, featuring men and women...

12Mar 2019
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

DIRECT Selling (also commonly referred to as network marketing) is  rapidly gaining momentum in...

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