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  • Mxit Is Not Dead


    But where has it been? It turns out that Mxit has been here all along. Mxit launched seven years ago and everyone who had a cell phone, had Mxit. Read more »

  • Concerns Rise for Dozens of Abducted Schoolgirls

    Deutsche Welle

    The Nigerian state government has said 44 schoolgirls abducted by Islamist militants have escaped, while 85 are still being held hostage. The statement follows conflicting reports... Read more »

  • Explosive Kills Boy, 6

    Times of Zambia

    A SIX year-old boy of Lusaka's Garden House Township has died after an explosive blew off his face. Read more »

  • Youth Musical Festival Needed

    Times of Zambia

    IT'S about time the authorities considered the young people during national celebrations such as Youth day and Independence Day. Read more »

  • Rising Tide of Child Theft in Akwa Ibom

    Daily Trust

    For anyone, the temptation of selling one's own child should not arise for whatever reason. Thus, selling other people's children is rightly considered inhumane and barbaric. But... Read more »

  • Let's Start By Talking to Youths to Prevent HIV

    Times of Zambia

    This week, I received the following article from my colleague Julius Phiri in Chipata. Read more »

  • Katiba Corner - Education and the Constitution

    The Star

    Confrontations of political actors grab the headlines. But when the CKRC travelled around asking people what they wanted in a new Constitution, they were more likely to talk about... Read more »

  • 'Poor Sanitation Kills 440,000 Infants in Nigeria Yearly'


    The annual loss of 440, 000 infants who die due to diarrheal and respiratory infections in Nigeria have been attributed to the poor culture of sanitation by Nigerians. Read more »

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