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 A woman and children harvesting  groundnuts in Malawi. More than 50%  of the country’s  18 million people live below the poverty line, making it the fourth poorest country in the world. Photograph: Getty Images

Corruption, poverty and the economy are at the forefront of citizens’ minds ahead of Malawi’s “three-horse race” elections set to take place next week(...)

Aidan Brogan quit as Datalex chief executive two weeks ago.

Datalex, the troubled Dublin-listed retail software provider to airlines, was in takeover talks with an overseas company before it was forced to issu(...)

Sprout social is a social media management and optimisation platform which integrates with Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and Instagram

Social media marketing technology company Sprout Social will create 60 jobs in the Republic by the end of 2020 as it looks to expand across Europe and(...)

Sudanese protesters  wave placards during a demonstration in Khartoum on Tuesday. At least four people were killed on Monday in new clashes between protesters and  security forces. Photograph: Mohamed El-Shahed/AFP/Getty Images

Sudan’s military and civilian protest leaders say they have agreed on a three-year transition to democratic rule, raising hopes for a resolution to t(...)

AMI offers a secure way for organisations to securely dispose of unwanted IT equipment.

IT recycling company AMI has increased the amount of money it returned to clients through recycling and reselling IT equipment by 25 per cent in 2018,(...)

Hols Pricewatch

Not long ago a woman got in touch with this page looking for help. She was planning to spend a portion of an inheritance on a once-in-a-lifetime holid(...)

Cyril Ramaphosa: the ANC may have been saved from losing its majority only by his rise as president after he unseated  Jacob Zuma last year. Photograph:  Phill Magakoe/AFP/Getty Images

The African National Congress of South Africa’s president Cyril Ramaphosa won national elections with 57.5 per cent of the vote, its lowest ever parli(...)

The Irish baby born today: the First World problem of ‘where will I go on my holidays?’ may be replaced by ‘where is my next meal coming from?’ Photograph: Getty

A new report depicts an ever-depleting natural world, with huge implications for the coming generation. What will their lives be like? Life-supp(...)

Cathal Daly: ‘I had very mixed work experience before joining the programme ranging from a transition year mini-company selling calendars, to a summer job in a greenhouse in the Wicklow Mountains to an internship with a multinational bank in the IFSC.’  Photograph: Chris Bellew/Fennell Photography/Courtesy of Jameson

Cathal Daly (26) was recruited for the Jameson International Graduate Programme in 2015 and is now the country manager for Pernod Ricard covering two (...)

Dar es Salaam in Tanzania. The East African country is  more than 10 times the size of the Republic, and has  an estimated population of about 60m

Preparations are under way for an Irish trade mission to Tanzania following the establishment of a new business organisation that is hoping to encoura(...)

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