Two Dead, Scores Injured, in Mystery Madagascar Blast
[Deutsche Welle] A grenade attack on Madagascar's Independence Day has been branded by the government as a 'terrorist act,' but the identity of the perpetrator(s) remains unclear.
Two Teens Killed in Grenade Attack
[Al Jazeera] Two teenagers were killed and more than 80 wounded in a grenade attack in Madagascar's capital during the country's national day celebrations, in what the president called "an act of terrorism".
Deadly 'Act of Terrorism' Hits on National Day
[Deutsche Welle] At least two people have been killed and over 80 people wounded due to a grenade blast at a stadium in Madagascar. The island nation's president has called the attack "an act of terrorism."
A Crisis 'Lost in the Ocean'
[IRIN] Androy -Drought and climate change in Madagascar
Vanilla Farmers Face Volatile Times After Poor Harvest
[Guardian Network] It is early morning in Analakely market, the bustling heart of Antananarivo, Madagascar's capital city.
Madagascar Deliver On Ambitions
[CAF] On the continental and global level, Madagascar have never made much of an impact on football, and in keeping with historical precedent, the Barea have tripped up in their quest to reach both the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia(TM) and the CAF Africa Cup of Nations Gabon 2017. However, they have been improving rapidly for the past few years and their climb up the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking in recent months is an example of the promise under the surface for the island nation.
Industrial Parks Fostering Sustainable Growth
[Ethiopian Herald] The industrial parks development is an instance to enhance the manufacturing sector and increase foreign currency earnings.
Big Win for Swaziland As Zimbabwe Held
[CAF] Swaziland soared to the top of Group B at the 2016 COSAFA Castle Cup after an emphatic 4-0 victory over Seychelles at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Monday.
International Relations Provides Humanitarian Assistance to Madagascar
[SA Govt] Department of International Relations and Cooperation and the Gift of the Givers make a donation to cyclone-hit Madagascar
2016 Cosafa Castle Cup â€“ Day Three Wrap/Day Four Preview
[Cosafa] Swaziland soared to the top of Group B at the 2016 COSAFA Castle Cup after an emphatic 4-0 victory over Seychelles at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Monday.
Warriors Eye First Win
[The Herald] AFTER nearly stumbling in their first match, Zimbabwe's Warriors will have all to do tonight when they face Madagascar in a COSAFA Castle Cup Group A encounter at the Sam Nujoma Stadium here. The match kicks-off at 8:30pm Zimbabwean time and comes after the Seychelles against Swaziland game. Surprise packages from last year's tournament, Madagascar seem to be continuing from where they left off at the competition in Rustenburg, South Africa,and shot to the top of the table after edging fellow Indian Ocean
Eight Things You Didn't Know About Madagascar
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Antananarivo -Amid a punishing drought, more than 1.1 million people are unable to feed themselves
Lack of Water Limits Climate-Smart Agriculture
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Besakoa, Madagascar -Aid agencies help Malagasy farmers look for ways to produce a reliable harvest even in unreliable weather
Feature-Fickle Rains Torture The Country's Drought-Stricken South
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Tsihombe -A third consecutive year of drought in one of the world's poorest countries has left some one million people hungry
Mystery Solved - South Asians Helped Colonise Madagascar
[Oxford University] Oxford -Researchers have helped solve one of the enduring mysteries of the ancient world: why the inhabitants of Madagascar speak Malagasy, a language otherwise unique to Southeast Asia and the Pacific - a region located at least 6,000 km away.