November 7, 2016

As highlighted by Quartz Africa, many African countries are often left void from maps, with the explanation that "no data [is] available". 

In response to this, developers have thankfully created "a number of open source tools that allow anyone from academics to your ev...

October 26, 2016

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Chanel 31, OZ AFRICAN TV EPISODE 7, features Carers of Africa on Days for Girls Project. Interviewing our Director Mr. Bright Chinganya about our activities, achievements and goals and also how we support individuals to adapt to the Australian community.

October 25, 2016

With over 300,000 followers, the popular social media account aims to transform the way people view daily life on the continent of Africa.

Follow them here 

Pledge to their Kickstarter and/or Pre-order their soon to be published book documenting the Instagram project her...

October 25, 2016

Last Friday, South Africa announced its decision to leave the International Criminal Court (ICC). Speaking with reporters in Pretoria, Justice Minister Michael Masutha said the ICC was “inhibiting South Africa’s ability to honour its obligations relating to the grantin...

October 6, 2016

Reuters photographers have been documenting the ongoing student protests at universities across South Africa. Students are demonstrating against the current high costs of university, which often have a prohibitive effect on black students.

The curren...

October 6, 2016

​Launched in 2011 by long-term business and life partners, Cheril and Monica Clarke, My Family! Products, is an independent publishing company aiming to create "a multicultural, positive and affirming library of children's books that feature LGBT families". 

Their...

September 15, 2016

The greatest epidemic of Yellow Fever in decades is hitting the Democratic Republic of Congo and Angolo, with fears that it could soon spread to the Americas and Europe.

One of the largest emergency vaccinations campaigns ever attempted in Africa will begin next week as...

September 15, 2016

More than 77 million people have been vaccinated against yellow fever as part of the largest emergency vaccination campaign ever attempted in Africa.

A major part of the emergency campaign has been completed in record time and in less than two weeks has reached the targ...

September 15, 2016

Hundreds of children have been recruited by armed forces in South Sudan, as violations against women and children continue to increase.

The conflict in South Sudan began late 2013 and since then an estimated 16000 children have been recruited by armed forces and groups,...

September 15, 2016

After more than two years without wild polio-virus in Nigeria, the government has reported two children have been paralysed by the disease in the northern Borno state.

An emergency mass polio vaccination has been announced with the Government of Nigeria collaborating wi...

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