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Decades after independence, France exerts control over African countries
‘Karika’: empowering grandparents in an African megacity
Urbanisation and the African extended family
Africa in 2019: regime change, a Peace Prize, cutting ties with the franc
Christmas: a Kenyan story
Africa needs its own Early Childhood Education and Care
International population controllers talk reproductive rights, Africans talk family values
In Nairobi hospitals a young musician discovers his passion
Nigerian teens create sci-fi movies with a broken smartphone
In Kenya, a professional approach adds dignity to domestic work
Could trade turn Africa into one country?
Homosexual acts remain illegal in Kenya
‘The extinction of the dinosaurs’
Breadseller or model, a job done well is attractive
Ethiopia is more than an occasional disaster site: it’s Africa’s China
Bringing financial services to Africa’s unbanked masses
The happiness of our large families
Genevieve’s Lion Heart
The DRC’s unexpected president has his work cut out for him
Nairobi attack: nothing brings out the best in Kenyans like this kind of cruelty
Africa in 2018: a year of hope
It’s time to kick an abortion giant out of Kenya
Congo must go to the polls with hope
Family planning heads for the big time in Rwanda!
African fertility is right where it should be
Obama, Trump, Macron: rich-world politics and Africa
Is there an ‘unmet need’ for contraception and abortion in Africa?
Is Paul Kagame loosening his grip on Rwanda’s political space?
Closing down Africa’s Internet
How Ebola was defeated in the Congo
What happened to all the bad news from West Africa?
The murky waters of land expropriation in South Africa
Ethiopia’s new Prime Minister
The extremes of healthcare in Africa
Corruption in Africa can be overcome
Africa in 2017: two steps forward, one backward
Zimbabwe beware: the military is looking after its own interests, not democracy
A simple idea which changed the lives of millions
Why is Diane Shima Rwigara in a Rwandan jail?
What the annulment of Kenya’s presidential election means for Africa
Emmanuel Macron was wrong on Africa - as were most of his critics
Reinventing mankind’s most essential technology
Reforming the WHO: can the first African General Secretary be an agent for change?
Is China colonising Africa?
Progress and failure in Africa: two steps forward, one step back
The Grand Inga
How one Nairobi woman saves young mothers from the pressure to abort
Africa is topping the right lists
The Netherlands wants to fund abortions in Africa
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