Patrice Talon wins Benin’s presidential election run-off +++ northern Ghana grapples with water shortages as world marks World Water Day +++ al-Shabab using new tactics in Somalia?
Results from Africa's 'Super Sunday' election trickle in
Almost half a million people die annually due to Malaria. While efforts are underway to eradicate the disease, the medical world is divided on how to do it. A shrub from China is shaking things up and pitting herbal remedies against pharmaceutical ones. An international network of scientists and doctors has set out to raise the profile of the Artemisia plant as a natural remedy.
When disasters strike, people with disabilities are even more at risk than others. People from the Philippines explain how they felt left out when a typhoon struck and what's changed // Interview: How to make global disaster risk management inclusive // How to best battle malaria? Researchers are convinced the Artemisia plant could play a key role in wiping out the disease.
Nelson Mandela would have been 100 years old today. South Africa's famous statesman and reconciliatory hero continues to inspire Africa's young generation. DW asked them what Mandela means to them.
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