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South Africa sees first black female vinter

Black winemakers have taken to the vine with panache, but have been exclusively male, until now. Raise a toast to South Africa's trailblazing Ms Biyela...

Uncertainty for asylum seekers in Ireland

The influx of refugees seeking asylum in Ireland has reached a record high. But as their numbers swell, so too do are the obstacles they must face on arrival…

Michael Jackson cleared on all charges

Entertainer Michel Jackson has been told all charges against him, alleging he had abused a child and given alcohol to minors, have been dropped…

Bolivia´s child miners

Desperate poverty and societal problems in Bolivia’s central highlands mean children as young as seven are working underground, despite mining being an illegal occupation for under-18s. NGOs have established a programme to try and reduce child labour, but political instability and Bolivia’s lack of budget are barriers to long-term change.

Raikkonen wins eventful Canadian Grand Prix

McLaren driver Kimi Raikkonen took victory in the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday taking 19 points out of Renault driver Fernando Alonso’s championship lead…

Out of Africa : The Return

To coincide with the G8 summit and the make poverty history campaign, I am submitting part of the diary I kept recently of my trip to Nigeria. It emphasises the day to day reality of how people live survive and die in Africa. It is a very personal account for me and may or may not be appreciated in some parts but I believe my role as a journalist, is to report the truth as I see fit and relay the information to people who want to take notice. I think it is time that a lot of people do take notice, especially with Africa.

Out of Africa : The Return

To coincide with the G8 summit and the make poverty history campaign, I am submitting part of the diary I kept recently of my trip to Nigeria. It emphasises the day to day reality of how people live survive and die in Africa. It is a very personal account for me and may or may not be appreciated in some parts but I believe my role as a journalist, is to report the truth as I see fit and relay the information to people who want to take notice. I think it is time that a lot of people do take notice, especially with Africa.

Rooney or Ryder… Who's the top shamed celeb?

Behaving badly and making an exhibition of yourself is all part of being a celebrity, but sometimes what they get up to defies belief. Here are the worst offenders…

BOTSWANA: Bukakhwe San surviving in a changing world

Visiting the Gudigwa project, an eco-tourism camp ran by Bukakwe San Bushmen community in the Okavango Delta area in Botswana's northwest dispels all preconceptions of an indigenous group stranded in the
Stone Age.

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