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Question marks surround Madagascar’s Covid-19 ‘miracle cure’

Despite Malagasy President Andry Rajoelina’s claims of a cure for Covid-19, experts say ‘there is absolutely no evidence’ that is true

Madagascar’s ex-leader Ravalomanana accepts defeat

Madagascar's Constitutional Court has confirmed Andry Rajoelina as the new leader of the country

Madagascar official election result due after protests

Rajoelina and Ravalomanana have been locked in a fiercely personal duel for power, coming first and second in the preliminary election in November

Opposition protests over Madagascar vote result

The protest comes as the country's top court reviews a petition filed by Ravalomanana challenging Rajoelina's win because of fraud allegations

Ex-president Rajoelina wins Madagascar vote

Rajoelina has returned to power after he won 55.66% against 44.34% for Marc Ravalomanana in the run-off vote held last week

Rajoelina leads in Madagascar election: partial results

Complete results are due by January 9

Madagascar votes in showdown between two ex-presidents

The clash between Marc Ravalomanana and Andry Rajoelina could revive instability in the country if the result is rejected by the losing candidate

Chinese fishing deal makes waves ahead of Madagascar polls

Against the backdrop of an already tense situation due to the presidential poll, a new fisheries deal with Chinese investors has provoked an outcry

Two ex-presidents to contest Madagascar’s run-off vote

Neither won the 50% of votes required for a first-round victory, with Rajoelina on 39.19% and Ravalomanana on 35.29%

Madagascar presidential election: What you need to know

World's fourth-largest island to vote on next head of state amid political crisis, rampant poverty

Ex-rulers favourites in Madagascar’s high-stakes election

Many voters see accessing water, electricity and jobs as their priorities

SADC’s problem child is going to the polls

Electing presidents in Madagascar has been fraught with problems, including those perpetrated by the military

Madagascar’s new president comes into office

President Hery Rajaonarimampianina has taken over officially from coup leader Andry Rajoelina, pledging to create a climate conducive to investment.

Court clears way for Madagascar elections

An electoral court in Madagascar has removed the names of three high-profile presidential contenders, including strongman Andry Rajoelina.

Vodacom, MTN may be interested in Madagascar acquisition

Telma's mobile operations in the island of Madagascar are up for sale and South African companies may well swoop in.

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