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Tell the African story – including corruption
August 3, 2015 Posted by :
Two weeks ago, one of Kenya’s leading newspapers, The Daily Nation, published the story of a county governor who had spent some $197 000 on accommodation at a ...
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Nigerian erotica: how the church leader became a sex symbol
July 31, 2015 Posted by :
“When he talks the breeze ceases and the roof trembles. He commands the crippled to rise, and they rise. He lays his fingers on the blind, and ...
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The lion named Cecil was a popular attraction among tourists in the Hwange National Park. (Pic: AFP)
Beyond Cecil the lion: Issues the media need to cover about Zimbabwe
July 30, 2015 Posted by :
Not since the unprecedented political and economic crisis of 2008 has Zimbabwe made consistent international headlines. Punctuated by a free-falling currency, extreme food shortages, a contested presidential ...
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Zimbabwe: Chasing the dream of an independent media
July 29, 2015 Posted by :
My uncle, Lovemore Dexter Mushaka, died in 2000 before the age of Google and Facebook. He was 40. For many years he was a legend in the ...
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US pop diva Madonna sits among Malawian children during a visit to the Mkoko Primary School, one of the schools Madonna's Raising Malawi organisation has built jointly with US organization BuildOn. (Pic: AFP)
Madonna, Malawi and the problem with celebrity adoptions
July 27, 2015 Posted by :
Twitter was recently ablaze with criticism over Madonna posting a photo of her adopted black Malawian children, David Ritchie and Mercy James, rubbing her feet. In the ...
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