ZAM Chronicle | Best of 2015

Throughout 2015, we published more than 70 stories in our newsletter magazine the ZAM Chronicle. These are our ten most-read magazine stories of 2015:

How to run a Nigerian NGO
An instruction manual for those who want a slice of the donor money pie.
Chronicle #16 / By Elnathan John

The Many Truths of Tokyo Sexwale
South Africa | Based on the average track record of FIFA presidents so far, Tokyo Sexwale seems the perfect candidate
Chronicle #16 / By Evelyn Groenink

Special | No Hearts, No Minds
Kenya, Mali, Nigeria, and Somalia | The neglected strategy in the War on Terror in Africa
Chronicle #17 / By the African Investigative Publishing Collective (David Dembele, Muno Gedi, Ibro Ibrahim, Hamza Idris)

Angola after Oil
With no more oil money coming in, Angola’s rulers try to counter a winter of discontent by force
Chronicle #15 / By Gustavo Costa 

Parfum d’Existence
Africa, Africans art exhibit in Brazil evokes slave trade, sugar cane liquor, missionary zeal and voodoo.
Chronicle #15 / By Lara Bourdin

Money for the Rich, Ebola for the Poor
The elite in Sierra Leone ruthlessly stole Ebola funds. When will the poor finally rebel?
Chronicle #16 / By Babah Tarawally

The Diamond Connection
Behind Botswana’s happy and prosperous image lie some disconcerting truths
Chronicle #13 / By Tshireletso Motlogelwa

Child Abuse in the Name of Voluntourism
Ghana’s undercover reporters expose a ‘mommy’ who starved orphans whilst making them clap and sing for ‘voluntourists’
Chronicle #12 / By Anas Aremeyaw Anas/ZAM

Country of Fear
Assassinations and thug rule underpin president’s third term bid in Burundi
Chronicle #13 / By Ignatius Ssuuna

Born in Maiduguri
Nigeria | Some of Ahmad Salkida's childhood friends are now with Boko Haram
Chronicle #11 / By Evelyn Groenink

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