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21Mar 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

When friends and colleagues hear that I travel to Tanzania for cervical cancer prevention, they often say: “so you do Pap smears all day?” If only it was that easy.

IN Tanzania, the number of women diagnosed with cervical cancer is nearly ten times the US rate...

20Mar 2018
The Guardian

Journalists quiz former South African president Jacob Zuma. Relentless pressure led to his resignation. Photo/EPA-EFE

Every year South African investigative journalists are recognised for their hard work when the...

20Mar 2018
The Guardian

Zambia’s entire economy is dependent on copper. It has been like this since the country attained...

20Mar 2018
The Guardian

Refugees from Ituri Province get lunch at Kagoma Reception Centre, Kyangwali refuge in Uganda. Photo/IRIN

As Congolese fleeing attacks in the northeastern Ituri province continue to stream into...

20Mar 2018
The Guardian

Tanzanians working in a tea factory. Photo/FILE

To realize the core Tanzanian value that hard work should be rewarded, we need more jobs capable...

19Mar 2018
The Guardian

A young boy tries desperately to get handed a mosquito net by members of the Roll Back Malaria Expedition in the Matongo village, Zambia, 23 April 2008. Photo/ EPA

Zambia’s entire economy is dependent on copper. It has been like this since the country attained...

19Mar 2018
The Guardian

Local and foreign journalists cover a church function at Dedan Kimathi University, Kenya, in May 2015. Advocates of press freedom see an alarming decline in recent years. Photo/IPS

Freedom of the press in Kenya is facing its biggest challenge since independence, with...

19Mar 2018
The Guardian

A worker makes an electric cooking heater using clay at a workshop in Bhaktapur, Nepal, Nov. 20, 2015. Photo/REUTERS

Cast your mind forward. It’s International Women’s Day six years from now – 2024 – the last year...

17Mar 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Land ownership is a sensitive subject in South Africa, 24 years after the end of apartheid rule. Photo: File

SOUTH Africa has criticised an Australian government minister for suggesting that white South...

17Mar 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

SARS Commissioner Tom Moyan

While locally based corporate entities to this day struggle with cash flow problems due to “...

17Mar 2018
The Guardian

A child in Yirimadio, Mali, is treated by a community health worker. By making house calls, community health workers in the area have dramatically cut child mortality rates. Photo: Lucas Foglia/Courtesy of Muso

Home to a large number of migrants and an even larger number of babies, Yirimadio is a heaving,...

16Mar 2018
The Guardian

Local and foreign journalists cover a church function at Dedan Kimathi University, Kenya, in May 2015. Advocates of press freedom see an alarming decline in recent years. Photo/IPS

Freedom of the press in Kenya is facing its biggest challenge since independence, with...

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