[Column] How Africa inspires the world

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The title may seem quite impossible at first glance, right? Especially coming from ‘world’s poorest continent’, dubbed by statistics and the infamous slavery and colonisation. Think again, stop settling for a half empty glass and go for a full one instead, as Stephen Richards would say.

My Motherland [poem]

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By: DEBBY N.J NDJADILA

[TEST] – How well do you know the global development facts?

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Earlier this year, The Bright Continent paid tribute to Hans Rosling, a statistics ‘whizkid’ who passed away in February.

Bright slides – Daily life in and around Abuja

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Through her work, Nigerian photographer Etinosa Osayimwen hopes to create impact and contribute to a slightly better world. Get carried away by some of her breathtaking pictures. 

Nigeria and its ever-resilient citizens

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“If you can survive in Nigeria, you can survive in any part of the world.” 

‘Constructive Journalism does not sugarcoat the news from Africa’ – Cathrine Gyldensted

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An interview with former correspondent and founder of ‘Constructive Journalism, Cathrine Gyldensted