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The documentary "FORGOTTEN" by Babatunde Okunlola tells the story of people living with Leprosy in Kwara state; North central Nigeria where castaways have been relegated to a life of solitude away from public glare. This journey will open your eyes...
By The Citizen Tanzanian millionaire and chairman for Infotech Investment Group, Ali Mufuruki, has died in Johannesburg, South Africa where he was undergoing treatment. Mr Mufuruki, who founded CEO Roundtable of Tanzania (CEOrt) and Africa Leadership Initiative (ALI) East Africa, died...
By Kevin Sieff The British gave up their last colonies in Africa half a century ago. But they left their wigs behind. Not just any wigs. They are the long, white horsehair locks worn by high court judges (and King George III)....
The Alliance for Affordable Internet (A4AI) assessed 136 low and middle-income countries for their annual Affordability Report. Middle-income examples from the report include Malaysia, Colombia, India, Jamaica, South Africa, and Ghana, while low income examples were Nepal, Mali, Haiti, Liberia, Yemen,...
Nearly half of all child deaths in Africa stem from hunger Source: African Child Policy Forum (2019) unproven Verdict Explainer: The study offered as evidence for this claim did estimate that 45% of all deaths in under-5 children were due to undernutrition. However, a calculation...
by Tendai Marima Bulawayo, Zimbabwe - "Our President has died," Ernet Sibanda said in response to waking up to the news that Zimbabwe's longtime leader Robert Mugabe has died while undergoing treatment in Singapore. "He's still our president, but I have mixed feelings. He's the...
The court ruled unanimously to strike down sections of Botswana’s penal code that punished homosexuality with up to seven years in prison on the basis they were unconstitutional. “Human dignity is harmed when minority groups are marginalised,” Judge Michael Leburu told...
By Emmanuel Freudenthal The lab technician returned with blood and stool samples taken from people with the mystery illness. Back in Kinshasa, tests ruled out common diseases. Muyembe’s team then sent the samples in May 1995 to the Centers for...
By Emmanuel Asonye Having taken us through the series of argument that Nigerian and many African Sign Language(s) are still overtly and covertly entrapped by neocolonial mentality and attitude, which has continued to endanger their existence and possible development, I...
By William Niba According to a new audit report by the Geneva-based financier, which has raised more than $37 billion since its founding in 2002, fraudsters in seven African countries are damaging the fight...
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