African Politics and Policy

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Month: January 2019

Africa: ‘Food Shocks’ Increasing in Frequency Over Last Five Decades, Report Says

“New York — Food shocks, or sudden losses of crops, livestock or fish, due to the combination of extreme weather…

Namibia: Endangered Penguins Dying Near Lüderitz

“The Halifax Island beach close to Lüderitz has been strewn with hundreds of dead penguins.” https://allafrica.com/stories/201901300499.html You may also be…

At Least 14.3 Million Nigerians Into Drug Abuse

“Following a report that about 14.3million people in Nigeria use drugs outside prescription, drug control experts have urged the authorities…

Uganda: I’m Not a Wanted Man, Says Kutesa

“The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Sam Kutesa, yesterday told Parliament that he is free to travel anywhere in the…

Sudan Arrests Six Critical Journalists As Protests Continue

“The Committee to Protect Journalists today called on Sudanese authorities to release at least six journalists who have been detained…

Children Arrested During Zimbabwe Protests

“POLICE have confirmed arresting 36 children for allegedly taking part in the recent violence that rocked Harare, Bulawayo and some…

Segou is waiting for you

Segou is waiting for you, Segou is waiting for you, Segou is waiting for you, Segou is waiting for you, Segou is waiting for…

Mali: Festival of Nomadic Culture

Ségou  is waiting for you from 1st to 4th February for a great moment of nomadic culture sharing! You may also…

UK, Ghana: displaying “Wrinkles”

Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery (London) and Gallery 1957 (Accra) are pleased to announce an exciting collaboration. From 8th February until 23rd…

USA: “African Twilight: Vanishing Rituals and Ceremonies”

On 4th February, the Beverly Hills Forum and Ethnic Arts Council of Los Angeles present a lecture and book signing…

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