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8th March 2018 When an account called Spectator Index tweeted that Nigeria’s unemployment rate was 18.8%, some expressed doubt. “That Nigeria figure is... →
27th February 2018 The harmful traditional practice of female genital mutilation is still an accepted part of many Nigerian cultures. Reporting on the threat to... →
20th February 2018 South Africa’s parliament squeezed in the debate on the State of the Nation address as well as the president’s reply before the budget speech is... →
19th February 2018 New South African president Cyril Ramaphosa was afforded calm and plenty of cheers as he delivered his first state of the nation address. Did he... →
7th February 2018 In recent years, major insecticide brand Mortein is highly visible in anti-malaria campaigns in Nigeria. It often partners with state governments... →
6th February 2018 The State of the Nation addresses involves reflection on government’s achievements: how many households have been connected to electricity or how... →
1st February 2018 A picture of a young child, shoved into a box with her mouth duct-taped shut, accompanies a terrifying viral post shared on Facebook. “STOP HUMAN... →
25th January 2018 Attacks linked to Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria have claimed more than 120 lives this year, sparking reprisal attacks in what is seen as a struggle... →
25th January 2018 Reiterating his party’s support for free higher education, the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters told supporters that “education and... →
18th January 2018 In one of his first duties as newly-elected president of the African National Congress (ANC), Cyril Ramaphosa gave the party’s traditional “January... →