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Reporter’s Diary: Tales of Solai dam tragedy

It’s been almost a week since Kenyans woke up to the tragedy of Patel dam located in Solai, Nakuru County. The dam burst through...

Why Boko Haram is pledging allegiance to IS

The leader of the Nigeria-based group Boko Haram has pledged allegiance to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). Abubakar Shekahu who is...

The future of Madagscar’s children “mortgaged” by the political crisis?

The four year political crisis in Madagascar has resulted in the government cutting public services, many international donors withdrawing their support  and the private...

#SGRLaunch: Kenyans to be hired after passing SGR management course

More than 100 students have graduated from a course in SGR management. All graduates are set to be offered jobs in the running of the...

Kenya’s President warns against violence as poll fever hits

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has warned against violence as election season gets into full swing. This is after chaotic party primaries led to violent incidents. One...

Reporter’s Diary: Lake Albert’s Refugee Crisis

When we arrived at the shores of Lake Albert, 97 Congolese refugees were lined up at the registration counter. Some had reached Uganda at...

Trade wars won’t happen in BRICS, says South African official

A South African official said on Monday that there will not be trade wars within BRICS, but the topic will be unavoidable at the...

#SGRLaunch: Kenya’s billion dollar project to provide employment to 30,000 Kenyan...

Billed as the most ambitious project in Kenya since it gained independence in 1963, the first section of the East-African nation’s $13 billion railway...

Reporter’s Diary: The refugee children finding hope in darkness

Uganda is currently experiencing an influx of Congolese refugees due to escalating violence in the DR Congo's Ituri province. CGTN visited Kyangwali Refugee Camp in Southwest...

Mauritius’ photographic museum

Nowadays, anyone with a cellphone can take pictures. Most of them are likely to be deleted or soon forgotten. But in Mauritius, taking pictures...
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