Food smuggle: Nigeria's new challenge amid soaring inflation
A surge in smuggling of Nigerian produce to neighbouring countries has heightened the challenge of food inflation in the country as the government tries to alleviate the situation by plugging border gaps.
Food security: Marine-rich Madagascar casts its net on fish farming
Aquaculture has become the tool of choice for Madagascar to bridge nutritional gaps among its population and give a sustainable push to economic activity revolving around its marine and other resources.
What does lifting of ECOWAS sanctions on Mali, Niger and Guinea mean?
ECOWAS's sudden announcement of lifting sanctions on military-ruled Mali, Niger and Guinea has put a seemingly lost cause back into repair mode, spelling hope for a civilian population bearing the brunt of its bruising measures.
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African Court: Why is the continental judicial body in limbo?
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Physically in Egypt, mentally in Gaza: A mother's escape from hell
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Why are two African countries named Congo?
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Is it time to ban the deadly chemical behind Gambia children deaths?
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Africa's challenges in the face of climate injustice
Africa may be the continent that pollutes the least, yet it suffers from the effects of global warming more than others.
What the earliest known burial discovery in Africa tells us about humans
Archaeologists have discovered the grave of a child, “Mtoto”, who had been laid to rest 78,000 years ago.
Who is Ethiopia's Tigray region's new leader Getachew Reda?
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What is the Marburg virus and how worried should we be?
The Marburg virus took its name from the German city, where it was first identified in 1967. Latest cases have been reported in Tanzania and Equatorial Guinea with a number of deaths.
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