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- Masquerading Africa.
- Senegal's Museum of Black Civilisations.
- 2018 was a good year, but challenges remain: Dr Matshidiso Moeti, WHO Regional Director for Africa, looks back on 2018, the year that marked the 70th anniversary of the World Health Organisation, and what the Regional Office for Africa, member states, and partners have achieved together in the past two years, as well as what still needs to done for more people in Africa to enjoy better health and well-being.
- Africa's beautiful men.
- Focus on adolescent health.
- Health in Africa today.
- Meet Britain's most influential poet.
- An unending season of discontent.
- France 'causing poverty' in Africa.
- Private sector rallies around transforming healthcare in Africa.
- "Africa is ready for a big revolution ... but we need a new narrative".
- "It was the bullet that brought the ballot".
- "The monkey's bottom is very difficult".
- "Without any intimidation, I could resign today for the sake of peace".
- 'Africapitalists' hold the key to Africa's future.
- 'Chuck your bloody constitution in the dustbin'.
- 'Forget the ICC, we are with America': the Gambia has become the first African signatory to the ICC to give American citizens immunity from prosecution by the International Criminal Court.
- 'I am not black, I am brown': from Caucasian mannequins in shop displays, to swabs of cotton imitating snow at Christmas, African children are growing up with white ideals, allied to negative perceptions of blackness, producing a generation that finds it easy to proclaim: "I am not black; I am brown," writes Peter Kimani.
- 'If we want to survive, we must unite'.
- 'Men must stand shoulder to shoulder with women.