Mercedes Sayagues

‘Technology is not for women’

Women, especially the poor, face innumerable obstacles when they try to access technology

Tedros aims to turn the WHO around

Good things are being said about the World Health Organisation since Ethiopia’s man came on board

Maputo: A rich culture is the best currency

Infrastructure is abysmal in Maputo, toilets stink, events start late but the cultural scene is lively and diverse, writes Mercedes Sayagues.

Comoros: The crazy, remote art biennale that rocks

A new festival of contemporary arts is shaking up the Comoros with provocative works that confront the island nation's fraught post-colonial history.

Bhekisisa on the cutting edge in Mpumalanga

Mpumalanga-based journalists discovered a new circumcision device, called PrePex, at a Bhekisisa media training event on Monday.

Quick expansion of medical circumcision brings challenges – study

Researchers say the increase in male medical circumcision services should go hand in hand with a plan to maintain quality, according to a study.

State terrorism strikes at Zim?s heart

STATE terrorism has escalated in Zimbabwe with Sunday's bomb attack on the independent newspaper, the Daily News. Only the Zimbabwe Corps of Engineers and...

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