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Ghana: Next undercover investigation about child abuse, says controversial journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas
06/02/2016 - African Media

Ghana: Next undercover investigation about child abuse, says controversial journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas

In an exclusive interview, Ghanaian investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas talks to RFI about the ongoing court cases against several judges implicated in his undercover sting operation ...
Satellite technology reinvigorates Ghana teacher training
02/02/2016 - Spotlight on Africa

Satellite technology reinvigorates Ghana teacher training

An innovative new teacher training initiative was launched last week in Ghana using satellite technology to deliver lessons on teaching strategies.
22/01/2016 - Burkina Faso - Australia

Burkina Faso 'optimistic' about release of kidnapped Australian couple, says foreign minister

Burkina Faso’s foreign minister has told RFI that he is optimistic about the release of two kidnapped Australians.
Relatives grieving for Alexandre Mpawenimana, opposition party activist, allegedly killed by police in Muyira, Bujumbura province on 11 January 2016.
20/01/2016 - Burundi

Burundi civil society urges UN Security Council to take strong stance during two-day visit

Members from the UN Security Council are expected to arrive in Burundi's capital Bujumbura on Thursday as part of a diplomatic effort to help solve the crisis in the country.
08/01/2016 - South Sudan

South Sudan: Rebels not satisfied with power-sharing deal, but accept it, says spokesman

Ministerial posts will be shared between the government and rebels, President Salva Kiir announced on Friday.
07/01/2016 - Burundi

Burundi: Stalled talks to restart in mid-January, peacekeeping force by consent, says Tanzania foreign minister

Stalled mediation on the crisis in Burundi could restart in just over a week’s time, Tanzania’s foreign minister has told RFI.
02/01/2016 - African Media

Ethiopian government continues crackdown on media: Oromo protests and Zone 9 bloggers

Authorities in Ethiopia have arrested two journalists linked to coverage of protests in the Oromia region.
31/12/2015 - Nigeria - Renewable energy

Football pitch in Nigeria powered by kinetic energy: vanity project for oil multinational or future for renewables?

An innovative new football pitch in Lagos opened in December using power generated by the players running on special tiles that capture kinetic energy.
15/12/2015 - Burundi

Ugandan mediators organising Burundi crisis meeting for 'all stakeholders', says regional cooperation minister

Uganda-led mediation on the crisis in Burundi will continue “shortly” with a meeting of all stakeholders, Philemon Mateke, Uganda’s minister of state for regional affairs told RFI ...
Setting the record straight - African journalists reporting on Cop21 climate change conference
12/12/2015 - African Media

Setting the record straight - African journalists reporting on Cop21 climate change conference

Journalists from across the globe gathered in Paris over the past two weeks to cover the Cop21 climate change conference.
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