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25Feb 2018
The Guardian Reporter
Guardian On Sunday

PRIVATE sector experts have lately cautioned the government on the likely implications of slated...

25Feb 2018
Eliana Mwibari
Guardian On Sunday

MOST of the time I love talking and writing, not only about success, and my reason for doing...

25Feb 2018
Guardian On Sunday

LAST week was one of the most tiring weeks I’ve had in a long time. My days literally got linked...

25Feb 2018
Guardian On Sunday

DP World won a 30-year concession to operate the port in 2006. Photo: Ahmed

THE government of Djibouti has seized control of a container terminal operated by United Arab...

24Feb 2018
The Guardian

Unemployment has risen in the UK for the first time in nearly two years. It follows continuous...

24Feb 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Lenin was once quoted as saying, "There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks...

24Feb 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

Amakhosi in KwaZulu-Natal are threatening that there will be hell to pay should control of tribal land be taken away from them, and true to their word the issue surfaced in the first parliamentary debate of the year. With the ANC fractured as it is in the province, and with a general election just over a year away, this matter could menacingly hang around for a while yet.

It has driven the outgoing leader of the IFP to tears in the past, and Mangosuthu Buthelezi’s...

24Feb 2018
The Guardian

Gov. Scott Walker's move — which comes just before the midterm elections — is a startling turnabout for a chief executive who has repeatedly called for repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act. Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images

Wisconsin’s Scott Walker, one of the nation’s most militantly anti-Obamacare governors, is...

23Feb 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

A woman carries a water canister in a village near Loiyangalani, Kenya. Photo/Agencies

The world has made tremendous progress in bridging the gap between water supply and demand. But...

23Feb 2018
The Guardian

Education empowers young people like Sarah Nasira, a Kenyan pupil leading a class. Photo/Reuters

The evidence is clear: education changes lives, in ways that are often not fully understood.

23Feb 2018
The Guardian

A Turkana woman buys food from a refugee woman in Kakuma camp in north western Kenya. Photo/Refugee Studies Centre.

Refugees are increasingly regarded as a development issue, rather than simply a focus for...

23Feb 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

After Cyclone Pam struck Vanuatu in March 2015, the country received more than 77 large shipping containers filled with donations. Photo/IRIN

A warehouse in Vanuatu’s capital, Port Vila, holds 10 huge shipping containers filled to the...

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