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8th August 2017 South Africa is regarded as an outlier in healthcare spend because it invests “huge amounts of money on few people”, the country’s health minister... →
31st July 2017 After a first presidential debate failed to take off, a rescheduled one took place on Monday 24 July in Nairobi. Only three of six candidates... →
21st July 2017 Ahead of Kenya’s general election in early August, eight TV stations and over 30 radio stations got together to organise a series of debates for... →
20th July 2017 The governor of Nigeria’s Rivers state is wooing investors. As part of Nyesom Wike’s pitch, he insists that his administration’s investments in... →
13th July 2017 South Africans “must be extremely worried” about the number of women being murdered in the country, Minister Nathi Mthethwa told a femicide imbizo... →
11th July 2017 South Africa’s advertising watchdog ordered electronic cigarette seller Twisp to pull a radio ad saying its products are “95% safer than smoking”.... →
7th July 2017 It’s promises season in Kenya, as the country looks to a general election on 8 August. This week we fact-checked the ruling Jubilee party’s... →
3rd July 2017 Kenya’s ruling Jubilee Party is seeking a second term in a general election on August 8 2017. To bolster its case, on 26 June it released its... →
30th June 2017 Looking to spur an ailing economy, Nigeria’s acting president recently signed the 2017 budget into law, following months of delay. The country last... →
27th June 2017 South Africa’s police minister has accused South African Airways (SAA), the country’s national airline, of being guilty of a “despicable crime... →