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SAVING HEARTS IN TANZANIA: Country’s first pediatric heart surgeon aims to...

Tanzania, one of the world's least developed countries, is struggling to meet the basic healthcare needs of its 45 million strong population. The major...

Mozambique Elections

CCTV's Julie Scheier is in Mozambique covering the election, this is her report on the latest developments in the country: Since late October and after more...

CCTV Africa’s Maria Galang reports from Cameroon

CCTV Africa's Maria Galang is just back from filming in Cameroon She says "Cameroon, known as ‘Little Africa’ because of its diverse landscape, was good to...

The legacy of a Kenyan Taekwondo Master

One day, Bernard Manenge was minding his own business on the streets of Nairobi when a young man snatched his gold-plated necklace and tried...

#SomeoneTellSaudiArabia: The conflict both online and offline between Saudi Arabia...

We follow the latest updates on the uproar over migrant workers, particularly Ethiopians in Saudi Arabia. Scroll down for the latest developments. Clashes...

Climate change: A reality facing Africans?

In Warsaw this Monday 11th, thousands of delegates met at the UN Climate Change Conference, COP 19. Representing around 200 countries, those present hope...

Franco: King of Rhumba

In the 1960s, The Republic of Congo was the music capital state of Africa. Among the many Congolese musicians to enjoy success, Francois “Franco”...

Khumba the Zebra

The Lion King and Madagascar have set high standards for animated films about Africa. Now a Cape Town movie-maker believes it's Africa's turn to...

Hundreds of South Sudanese return home

South Sudanese diaspora have been returning home in large numbers since the country got its independence in July 2011. At least 800 returnees arrived...

The eclipse in Africa

On Sunday much of the world saw a rare eclipse. The event was covered live by CCTV Africa's Fahmida Miller in Turkana, Northern Kenya...