If a doctor is as famous as a rockstar, he must have achieved quite a great deal. Togo's Michel Kodom has made a name for himself by treating those who the state doesn't reach.
At the border between Togo and Benin, coexistence between people and animals hasn't been easy. A new biosphere reserve is helping. (08.12.2015)
Turnout was low Saturday in presidential elections expected to see current President Faure Gnassingbe extend his hold on power in the west African nation. The Gnassingbe family has ruled Togo since 1967. (25.04.2015)
Robin Hood and Cinderella are certainly wonderful children's stories - but can the children in Ethiopia identify with them? Ethiopian author Tsion Kiros launched her own series of children's books, which are set in in Ethiopia
Orphans and widows are often the only bread-winners for their families. Now one Zimbabwean woman is empowering them to become self-efficient with her organization The Future of Hope Foundation. Her secret? Mushrooms.
Ethiopia’s film-industry produces one romantic TV comedy after the other, but that isn’t all the country has to offer. A lucky few young filmmakers get a spot at the Blue Nile Academy where they learn how to produce films for the big screen on a shoe-string budget.
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