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15May 2016
Costantine Muganyizi
Guardian On Sunday

The KivuWatt power plant in Kibuye on the shores of Lake Kivu, which President Kagame will inaugurate tomorrow. (Photo: Courtesy of ContourGlobal)

WITH more than half of its current 1.2 billion people having no access to electricity, Africa...

14May 2016
Correpondent
The Guardian

AU Chairman and President of Chad, Idriss Deby

THE Fourth Industrial Revolution was a hot topic at the recent World Economic Forum. But it left...

14May 2016
Francis Semwaza
The Guardian

Red ribbon

Scientific and technological progress has been a key to the rising living standards. Currently,...

13May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Albino girl

Mbango Chipungu has a good job and lives in an upmarket suburb of the Malawian capital, Lilongwe...

13May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Dhaka maternity hospitals encourage exclusive breastfeeding

Despite its many lifesaving benefits breastfeeding still struggles to compete with the marketing...

13May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Sustainable development and peace are linked, including through education. Credit: John Robinson

We tend not to worry when things are going well.If people can take care of their daily business...

12May 2016
Lusekelo Philemon
The Guardian

Most developed and newly industrialising countries have managed to reach such high levels of economic development through industrialization.

FOR Tanzania to realise its desired grand industrialisation plan, it needs to invest heavily in...

12May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Being a student is hard these days because first of all you will need more money to finance your various needs while at college, so this would result to students having part time jobs and still balancing that with their studies.

WE all have a passion for something, be it a love for music, sports, acting, swimming and among...

12May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

African bankers displaying their awards/certificates after a prize giving ceremony in Abidjan, Ivory Coast last year

Rand Merchant Bank [JSE:RMH] and Standard Bank [JSE:SBK] are competing for top honours in the...

11May 2016
Grace Kambaulaya
The Guardian

Child marriage endangers the emotional and physical wellbeing of girls by prematurely forcing them into sexual activities and exposing them to systematic sexual violence. It is a serious human rights violation that undermines the enjoyment of the full range of fundamental right and liberties to which children are entitled.

Asha Omary is married and has two children, yet she is only 17 years old and her husband is a 41...

11May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

An HIV-infected T-cell. Researchers found that the number of infections in Denmark has decreased since 1996, when effective HIV treatments were introduced. Credit: National Institutes of Health

Worldwide, about 35 million people are living with HIV. The World Health Organization and the...

11May 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Cigarette companies lobbied for funding and initiatives to combat AIDS. They used this to prevent tobacco regulations in the developing world. British American Tobacco sought to discredit WHO’s tobacco targeting.

Tobacco firms used the fight against HIV/AIDS as a smokescreen to hinder tobacco control efforts...

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