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Light from Africa

Michael Cook | 28 December 2013
Africa has a bright future, with its young and growing population and strong social ties. The media highlights the dark side of the world's fastest growing continent; MercatorNet is far more optimistic in its unique blog Harambee. Here are the year's top posts.

The good news from Africa

Eugene Ohu | 27 January 2013
Launching MercatorNet's blog about good news from Africa.
 
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Five steps Malaysia Airlines must take after its second disaster in four months
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Why we all deserve free, yummy dark chocolate
18 Jul 2014
If Obamacare offers free contraceptives, why not free chocolate? It has health benefits, too.

Mothers in shackles
16 Jul 2014
It’s not only in Sudanese prisons that women give birth chained.

Celebrity swimmer Ian Thorpe comes out
15 Jul 2014
In a tell-all interview, one of Australia's most famous athletes admits that he is gay. Is he?


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