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Madagascar presidential election: What you need to know
Madagascar presidential election: What you need to know
Four former presidents, three former prime ministers, a pastor and even a popular rock singer; when it comes to picking their next head of state,...
Mo Ibrahim: Africa’s decade of ‘lost opportunity’
Mo Ibrahim: Africa’s decade of ‘lost opportunity’
The 2018 African governance index was released this week. It’s not good news.
Ebola fear empties DRC village schools
Ebola fear empties DRC village schools
In the village of Mangina, where dozens have died of Ebola at the epicentre of the Democratic Republic of Congo's latest outbreak, children...
Companies need to give youth jobs so that SA derives dividends from its young people
Companies need to give youth jobs so that SA derives dividends from its young people
“Entry-level position available. Looking for a candidate with five years of work experience and professional qualifications. A master’s is also...
UNICEF: Up to 60% of Afghan girls out of school
UNICEF: Up to 60% of Afghan girls out of school
Just one in three girls are currently attending school in Afghanistan, marking the biggest drop in the number of school attendees since the Taliban...
How kids in a low-income country use laptop —lessons from Madagascar
How kids in a low-income country use laptop —lessons from Madagascar
Every child, no matter what country they’re from or their social background, should have the chance to use and learn about technology. That’s...
Rwanda slashes infant death rate
Rwanda slashes infant death rate
Rumana Akoob in Eastern and Southern Provinces, Rwanda
Poisonous and running out: Pakistan's water crisis
Poisonous and running out: Pakistan's water crisis
Barely 15 days old, Kinza whimpers at an Islamabad hospital where she is suffering from diarrhoea and a blood infection, a tiny victim among...
Malagasy women take on drought
Malagasy women take on drought
In rural southern Madagascar, the battle against a devastating drought is fought by women. They walk long hours to a dry river bed, where they must...
See a child as a citizen with rights
See a child as a citizen with rights
It is not just government policy that is shaping early childhood educational provision in the country, but also neoliberal economics and the hidden...
Voluntourism: What’s wrong with it and how it can be changed
Voluntourism: What’s wrong with it and how it can be changed
Volunteer tourism, or voluntourism, is an emerging trend of travel...
Discipline in schools: What the law says you can and can’t do
Discipline in schools: What the law says you can and can’t do
Here are various ways learners ought to be disciplined in schools, and corporal punishment is not one of them, having

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