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What digital currencies mean for financial inclusion and private sector banks

The world’s central banks understand that the future of money is digital. As payments shift online, the use of cash declines and the fortunes...

NGO saves largest rhino farm in South Africa

The world's largest rhino farm has been acquired by the NGO African Parks. It was established in South Africa to  save the species from...

Rwanda: Kagame threatens to jail Catholics who ‘worship poverty’

Rwandan President Paul Kagame is angry at Catholics who he said have been worshipping poverty, threatening to put them in prison. Mr. Kagame who issued...

Why Somalia has banned TikTok and Telegram

The Somali government has for years struggled to deal with activities of militants from al-Shabaab, a group that has launched series of deadly attacks...

Why Ghanaian women struggle to breastfeed their babies for six months

READ THE ORIGINAL CONTENT HERE: GLOBAL VOICE As the global community observes Breastfeeding Week, it is a pivotal moment to assess whether Ghana has taken substantial...

Ghana criminalises witchcraft accusations and abuse of victims

For centuries most African countries including Ghana have struggled with the practice of witchcraft accusations. Often elderly women risk banishment, physical abuse and sometimes lynched...

Over 570 million people to live in poverty by 2030, UN report predicts

The UN has predicted that about 575 million people will still be living in extreme poverty by the year 2030. 84 million children won’t be...

Ghana’s tech innovators building AI tools for social impact

Benjamin Nortey joined by two of his staff at his Mingo Blox office in Ghana’s capital Accra operates his newly built robot which is...

Kenya’s decision to lift six -year ban on logging criticised

Environmental activists have described Kenya’s decision to lift a six-year ban on logging as a bad move by the government. The ban has been in...

Top 10 Sub-Saharan Africa universities for 2023

The University of the Witwatersrand, in Johannesburg, South Africa, has topped Times Higher Education’s (THE) inaugural Sub-Saharan Africa University Rankings. The public institution, more commonly known as Wits...

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