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12Apr 2018
The Guardian

Students at the African Leadership University in Mauritius. Photo/ALU website

Thanks to a unique fellowship at the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) as an...

12Apr 2018
The Guardian

A large chasm that appeared in Kenya’s Rift Valley. Photo/Reuters

Global media outlets have been abuzz recently about a large “crack” which appeared in the Kenyan...

12Apr 2018
The Guardian

South African liberation struggle icon Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has died at the age of 81. Photo/EPA-EFE

No other woman – in life and after – occupies the place that Winnie Madikizela-Mandela does in...

11Apr 2018
The Guardian

A residential street in the fishing district of Saint-Louis, Senegal, March 16, 2018. Photo/Thomson Reuters Foundation

“Mum, mum, get up - the water's here!”
Fatou Ndiaye's children shook her awake in the...

11Apr 2018
The Guardian

André Zibè’s house in Bogani village in Lobaye district, Central African Republic. PHOTO/Bienvenu Gbelo

On February 6, 2018 André Zibè’s wife gave birth to a baby girl on the floor of his hut in...

10Apr 2018
The Guardian

A handout photo made available by the African Union-United Nations Information Support team shows troops advancing on foot towards the town of Janaale on 14 February 2013.

The blast that killed over 350 people and the double car bombing in Mogadishu last October have...

10Apr 2018
The Guardian

Loosened economic restrictions have led to a surge of investment in Havana over the past decade. Photo/ CC BY-SA

Leadership changes don’t happen often in Cuba – there’s been just one since 1959, in fact. That...

10Apr 2018
The Guardian

André Zibè’s house in Bogani village in Lobaye district, Central African Republic. PHOTO/Bienvenu Gbelo

On February 6, 2018 André Zibè’s wife gave birth to a baby girl on the floor of his hut in...

10Apr 2018
The Guardian

Pemba in northern Mozambique has seen a surge of new arrivals in step with investments to exploit off-shore gas deposits. Photo/Flickr

Natural resources are often thought of as a curse in developing countries, slowing economic...

09Apr 2018
The Guardian

Elephants in the Selous Game Reserve. Photo/FILE

AFTER experiencing zero poaching over the last two years, Nepal stands a shining example of how...

09Apr 2018
The Guardian

Maria Goretti, a farmer in Kenya's Tharaka Nithi County, feeds her flock of hardy traditional chickens, March 2018. Photo/Thomson Reuters Foundation

In Elly Joy Kanini's farmyard in Kenya's Tharaka Nithi County, a few chickens perch while others...

09Apr 2018
The Guardian

Loosened economic restrictions have led to a surge of investment in Havana over the past decade. Photo/ CC BY-SA

Leadership changes don’t happen often in Cuba – there’s been just one since 1959, in fact. That...

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