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World Teachers’ Day comes at a critical time in South Africa

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By Romeo Zwide, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa The image of a young pupil in eighth grade assaulting a teacher at Glenvista High School in Johannesburg is still strong in the mind of television viewers in South Africa. This awful event was soon followed by the shooting of a teacher by a pupil. It is also reported that […]

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Mr Scandalous: A timeline of Silvio Berlusconi’s scandals

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By Simon Farnsworth Whoever said politics is dull has obviously never taken into account the exuberant Italian billionaire that is Silvio Berlusconi. The 77-year-old has survived more scandals than all the members of the English football team combined but his days as a political force in Italy now seem numbered. From bunga bunga parties to allegedly sleeping with underage […]

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Zulu Reed Festival helps combat the spread of HIV in South Africa


By Romeo Zwide, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa KwaZulu-Natal is one of nine provinces that form South Africa and according to the recently released 2011 census, the Zulu people are the majority in the province- this is why it is called KwaZulu.  It is the land of the Zulus. KwaZulu-Natal has been leading other provinces in South Africa […]

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VIDEO: Highlights from the Emmy Awards

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Corruption rife in Togo presidential elections

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By Francois Sennesael, Lomé I spent the last month in Togo filming a short documentary with my colleague and friend, Aymeric Lafineur. During our time in the African state we observed their presidential elections in which Faure Gnassingbe was re-elected for his third straight term in office. We uncovered how outside the capital, Lomé, the election […]

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LET US KNOW: Should certain information be “classified”?

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 By Matthew Hill Security of “top secret” information – or, perhaps, the lack of it – has been dominating the international headlines recently. First we had the WikiLeaks scandal, featuring Julian Assange – the Australian computer programmer who brought “classified” government information before the public; then came the furore over Edward Snowden, who released CIA […]

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Is it time for Roger Federer to retire?


By Simon Farnsworth With a record 17 Grand Slams to his name Roger Federer is one of the greatest players to ever grace a tennis court. But in today’s Golden Age of tennis the Swiss maestro has slipped to number five in the world and has been knocked out of his last three tournaments by […]

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FIRST LOOK: Idris Elba stars as Nelson Mandela in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom


And the Oscar for best actor in a leading role goes to… The first trailer of the eagerly anticipated Nelson Mandela biopic has arrived. Starring Idris Elba as Mandela, the film will reportedly cover the majority of Mandela’s life, from childhood to prison to his inauguration as President of South Africa

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A detailed analysis of Togo ahead of this July’s presidential election

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Can the sparrowhawk take flight? With presidential elections set for this July, François Sennesael looks at the current president, the opposition’s forces, and the birth of the so-called UPO’s (Unidentified Political Objects) in Togo. Togo is undoubtedly one of the most underestimated and unknown countries on the African continent. And rightly so: stuck between Ghana and Benin with […]

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Cuts of £11bn, spending of £100bn. Can we be spending more than we are saving in an age of austerity?

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By David Burridge  In the last two days the Government has announced both their spending plans for the financial year of 2015/16 and their plans for capital investment. Chancellor George Osborne has announced cuts of £11.5bn whilst also announcing £100bn worth of capital investment. The obvious question here is how, in a so called “age […]

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