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Saturday 2 August  
During Ramadan, Muslims help each other, offer each other food and eat twice daily, once before sunrise and once after sunset.
During Ramadan, Muslims help each other, offer each other food and eat twice daily, once before sunrise and once after sunset.
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Ngozi, Burundi
Ngozi, Burundi

“I fast all year round, except during Ramadan”

The period of fasting observed by Muslims has ended. Thirty days of prayer and constant dedication to Allah, with no food or drink from sunrise to sunset. But for some people in Burundi it’s just the
Nairobi slum
Nairobi slum
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Nairobi, Kenya
Nairobi, Kenya

Kenya: gang rape victim wished for her child's death

During the 2007/8 post-election violence in Kenya, Elizabeth fell victim to gang rape. As a result, she became mother of Neema, now six years old. Elizabeth is trying to come to terms with motherhood, and has
RNW invited gay rights activists from seven countries around the world to participate in the Amsterdam Gay Pride 2014
RNW invited gay rights activists from seven countries around the world to participate in the Amsterdam Gay Pride 2014
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Hilversum, Netherlands
Hilversum, Netherlands

Stop the gay-bashing. Africa should focus on other things

RNW Blogger Shaun Matsheza explains why he believes that 'what every raging homophobe needs is to sit down and talk to someone who is on the receiving end of their vitriol.'  By Shaun
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Showing items for Africa on RNW

Article: Ivorian football is now a tool for political rehabilitation

In the last two decades, the successes and failures of the Ivorian national football team have become an established tool for the political leaders of Ivory Coast to strengthen their sagging reputations.

Article: Young drug addicts in Zimbabwe

In recent years, the use of drugs has been on the increase among youths in Africa.

Article: Second World Cup round looks long way off for Ghana

AllAfrica football analyst Nick Said looks at Ghana’s chances of reaching the second stage of the football World Cup in Brazil. There isn’t much hope. “They could not have made a worse start.”

Article: "What's wrong with an African Spring?"

Africans have the right to protest, says Maina Kiai, the first United Nations special rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association. “We have the ability to change our governments peacefully.”

Video: My Song: Seun Kuti disses the IMF

Nigerian afrobeat musician Seun Kuti is the son of the famous Fela.

Article: Serge Aurier a big plus for Ivorian side

AllAfrica football analyst Nick Said looks at Africa’s first success at the football World Cup in Brazil. Ivory Coast defeated Japan on Sunday.

Article: World Cup: Will Africa be taken seriously?

African teams have historically not fared well in the FIFA Football World Cup, with the continent's best ever performance being Cameroon's quarter-final exit in 1990.

Video: THE FABULOUS LIFE OF PRESIDENT YAHYA JAMMEH OF GAMBIA

Politicians from Gambia's ruling party want to make their president, Yahya Jammeh, a king! It's a move that His Excellency, President Jammeh, backs.

Article: Second chances: A former street kid's tale

You can see them in almost any city in Africa, children who live on the streets. They’re dirty, they’re rude and they scavenge in the dustbins.

Article: Is it really a 'World' Cup when women don’t have the same opportunities?

Many are waiting with bated breath for 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil when 352 men will compete for a whooping US$35 million in prize money.

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My Song: Dropping rhymes to promote girl power
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My Song: Patience Musa's road to self-discovery
After going through disappointing relationships with friends and business...
DRAGONS' DEN (BOKO HARAM EDITION)
Boko Haram's attacks across Nigeria continue relentlessly. Their brazen...