African Politics and Policy

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Month: March 2019

Earthquake strikes Mayotte

An earthquake of magnitude 4.1 struck Mayotte https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us2000k7cw/executive You may also be interested in: Earthquake in Tunisia Another earthquake in…

Chad’s internet ban reches 1-year mark

“For an entire year now, families and friends have been disconnected, businesses have struggled to market themselves, and journalists have…

Ghana Tackles Floods, Waste and Pollution With Accra Resilience Plan

Ghana “became the second in the region after Senegal to launch a plan to help its capital city, Accra, grow…

Cameroon denies human rights violations

“A new report from Human Rights Watch says Cameroon’s military has killed scores of people and burned down hundreds of…

Cameroon: fish farmers get training

“Over 50 fish farmers have received training on better methods of preserving their products like smoking” https://allafrica.com/stories/201903290753.html You may also…

The Tree Helping Kenyan Farmers Beat Drought and Poverty

“Called mukau by locals, the Melia volkensii tree is known for thriving in drylands, and provides thick shade that protects…

Museveni Tours Mombasa Port, Takes Four-Hour Train Ride

“On the second day of his state visit to Kenya, President Museveni was taken on a tour of the Mombasa…

Cheap Ugandan Sugar Exports to Kenya Rise Sharply

“Sugar shipped from Uganda to Kenya grew 30 times in February compared with the same period last year in what…

Lowering the Age of Sexual Consent Talk Divides Kenyans

Kenyan judges said that “there is need to amend the Sexual Offences Act because some sections can lead to injustice…

Tswana

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