Tawanda Kanhema carried Street View cameras across Zimbabwe in 2018, so it would have a more complete representation on Google Maps.
Nine-year-old Stephen from western Kenya has come up with an ingenious way for friends and family to wash their hands while reducing any potential spread of the coronavirus. The video has had over 6M views […]
When Carly Clarke was diagnosed with cancer in 2012, she set out to photograph how she changed during what could have been the last days of her life. Seven years on, by cruel coincidence, she is at her brother’s side, photographing him going through the same ordeal.
Oliver Jarvis went Live for CGTN Africa in Nairobi, Kenya during the ongoing terrorist attack that saw 21 people killed.[…]
For Judith Akelo Otana, she can no longer hold a cup of water still – or bathe herself fully. Ever since her hands began shaking and skin itching, the simple things in life have become near impossible.
Judith is a gold buyer, and has been for most of her adult life. But for her, the way she makes a living – may also be slowly killing her.
As the explosion sounds, a young girl collapses and her mother wails. They had been waiting all night for him to come home – now they know he is dead. A husband and father, he […]
Uganda is currently experiencing an influx of Congolese refugees due to escalating violence in the DR Congo’s Ituri province. Oliver Jarvis visited Kyangwali Refugee Camp in Southwest Uganda to experience first-hand the situation…
When we arrived at the shores of Lake Albert, 97 Congolese refugees were lined up at the registration counter. Some had reached Uganda at midnight, others in the early morning – all on wooden motor-boats that now lay resting on the beach.
CGTN explored the Atlas Mountains in Morocco to find out how a village’s mosque has harnessed renewable energy to transform the community’s lifestyle – and to see if this was a model that other communities […]
10 years ago, the sound of shouting and banging fists on the front gate of the “Safe House” would keep Agnes Pareyio awake at night. The commotion: Parents demanding the return of their girls so they could go through the traditional female Maasai rite of passage, ukeketaji, to become a woman.