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18Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday

Julius Malema

In Sweeney Todd the Demon Barber of Fleet Street, Mrs Lovett describes how to make good mince...

18Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday

President Salva Kiir

South Sudan’s political and military leaders have bled their country dry to fuel extravagant...

18Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday

Dalali Kafumu

This article revealing uranium scientific facts and an expert’s view about uranium exploration...

17Sep 2016
Deo Mfugale
The Guardian

This year is reputed for its record temperatures every month; “Every month was record warm, …and...

17Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Africa’s rhinos are seriously threatened by poaching, which feeds the demand for rhino horn in...

17Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Lusaka. Repeated failed crops caused by worsening drought have forced Christine Mwenda, a small-...

17Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Activists in Zimbabwe are using social media to mobilize protestors.

As the mobile revolution continues to drive change across Africa, governments are rushing to...

16Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

MONEY TRANSFER TECHNOLOGY: Records show that there are more than 25 million subscribers with access to mobile money transfer technology which is accommodated by all mobile phone companies operating in the country.

MOBILE technologies are changing economic life in developing countries, where many people are...

16Sep 2016
Getrude Mbago
The Guardian

Creating awareness on the production of quality products that suit the market’s needs, emphasising on the need for using locally-produced high quality products/goods.

In a bid to ensure business people and entrepreneurs are aware of and adhere to the advantages...

16Sep 2016
Muharram Macatta
The Guardian

Domestic resource mobilisation is a critical part of that effort, as is reducing the cost of remittance transfers and access to affordable sustainable energy.

Developing countries especially the poorest are faced with high unemployment, heavy debt burdens...

16Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Eggs of the Jamaican Yellow-Billed Amazon Parrot, above, a protected and endangered species, are smuggled out of Jamaica.

Wildlife trafficking is high on conservation and political agendas. It is also increasingly high...

15Sep 2016
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

The Turkish NGO IHH bakes bread in a warehouse in the border town of Reyhanli in southern Turkey to distribute to Syrian refugees and Syrians in need on the other side of the border.

A massive new cash aid project for refugees in Turkey marks a conspicuous leap in the EU...

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