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25Jun 2019
Ibrahim Mayaki
The Guardian

In the latest Mercer Quality of Living City Rankings, the highest-ranked African city, Port...

25Jun 2019
Correpondent
The Guardian

Ukraine journalist Vadym Komarov, who regularly reported on corruption, died after being attacked on May 4 and spending weeks in a coma. Photo courtesy: RSF

On May 4, Vadym Komarov, a 58-year-old journalist in the central Ukrainian city of Cherkasy,...

25Jun 2019
Correpondent
The Guardian

Under el-Sisi, who now chairs the AU, Egypt is becoming a player in regional conflicts like Sudan and Libya. File photo

Egypt has been getting itself in the news a lot lately and mainly for the wrong reasons. This...

25Jun 2019
Elizaberth Zaya
Nipashe

Katibu wa Itikadi na Uenezi wa ccm, Humphrey Polepole.

CHAMA Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) kimesema kina uhakika wa kushinda kwa asilimia 95 uchaguzi wa serikali...

24Jun 2019
Victor Oladokun
The Guardian

dr.Victor Oladokun.

I've always been fascinated with stories. It's one of the reasons why in high school I...

24Jun 2019
Correpondent
The Guardian

The climate crisis is one of the greatest challenges of our time, leading a million youth around...

24Jun 2019
Correpondent
The Guardian

The attention of the Daily Observer is drawn to a story carried in its June 18, 2019 edition...

24Jun 2019
Correpondent
The Guardian

The manipulation of the electoral system in Nigeria is made possible by the willingness of our...

22Jun 2019
Correpondent
The Guardian

As the first woman to lead the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and a leader in advocating for...

22Jun 2019
Miki Tasseni
The Guardian

THE government is under pressure to rethink its decision to scrap delivery order (DO) fees that...

22Jun 2019
Correpondent
The Guardian

Cecilia, 43, and her grandchildren are pictured amongst drowned maize in the village of Malambwe, southern Malawi, on April 3, 2019. Cecilia farmed 1½ acres, but two thirds of her farmland was flooded, due to Cyclone Idai. Vegetables were washed away, interplanted between maize, which drowned. Cecilia’s house, where she lives with her six children and two grand-children, collapsed with flooding caused by Cyclone Idai. File photo

It has been four years since governments agreed on the most ambitious set of international...

22Jun 2019
Correpondent
The Guardian

While there were just 10 megacities worldwide in 1990, this number has tripled to 33, with populations of more than 10 million people. The number of megacities is expected to rise to 43 by 2030, mostly in developing countries. Credit: Desmond Brown/IPS

With two-thirds of the world’s population projected to be living in cities by 2050, increasing...

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