Madagascar's 49-year-old President Andry Rajoelina has been re-elected for a third term, after winning the election with 59% of the votes.
The election was boycotted by the opposition including ten Presidential candidates. It recorded the lowest voter turnout in the country's history at 46%.
He became the President at the age of 35 after leading massive protests, which in turn led to a military coup in 2009.
He is the youngest President in Madagascar's history.
Rwanda is revolutionizing affordable housing in Africa with houses starting from $17,000.
Bwiza Riverside homes is the first green and affordable housing estate in the history of Africa with more than 70% of all building materials locally made in Rwanda.
120 graduated Rwandan students with most being female, have led the building of over 250 housing units in less than a year with aims to reach 2,200 units with more students coming on-board daily.