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Tanzania : What Makes a Zebra to Have the Deadliest Kick in the Savannah

  16/01 | [Daily News] TWO weeks ago we covered a topic about how the zebra refused to be domesticated, the article dwelt on different factors (...)

Mozambique : Illegal Fishing Declines in Bazaruto National Park

  16/01 | [AIM] Maputo -- The administration of the Bazaruto Archipelago National Park (PNAB), Mozambique's largest marine conservation area, (...)

Cameroon : Cameroon Court Denies Request to Release Opposition Leaders

  16/01 | [HRW] Free Arbitrarily Arrested Opponents, Ensure Freedom of Assembly

Madagascar : EIB Accelerating Climate Disaster Recovery, Priority Clean Energy and Transport (...)

  16/01 | [PR Newswire] Luxembourg -- Further EUR 16.4 million disbursed in October to repair transport in Antananarivo

Egypt : Water Crisis Extends Beyond Impact of Ethiopia's Nile Dam

  16/01 | [African Arguments] The long negotiations between Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia on the terms under which the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance (...)

Africa : Africa's Great Green Wall Aims for Fresh Growth Spurt After Sluggish (...)

  16/01 | [Thomson Reuters Foundation] As climate extremes and human practices degrade land in the Sahel, donors boost backing for a major (...)

Zambia : Piped Water Boosts Women's Health, Happiness and Income in Rural (...)

  16/01 | [Thomson Reuters Foundation] With running water close to home, women in four Zambian villages gain four hours per week for other (...)

UK Lags Behind Tackling Forced Labor in Xinjiang

  16/01 | Click to expand Image People work amidst massive piles of cotton in China's Xinjiang province. The United Kingdom and Canada made (...)

Uganda : LGBT+ Ugandans Find Camaraderie, Hope and Despair On Election Day

  15/01 | [Thomson Reuters Foundation] Gay voters in Uganda are anxious after President Yoweri Museveni called homosexuals a (...)

Africa : Advisors Propose New System to Regulate China's Overseas Investments

  15/01 | [IPS] Beijing -- A government-backed coalition of international advisors to the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has recommended that (...)

Congo-Kinshasa : Why Rangers in the Congo's Virunga National Park Are Under (...)

  15/01 | [The Conversation Africa] Armed men have killed at least six rangers and wounded several others in an ambush in eastern Democratic (...)

Uganda : Election - Bobi Wine Says Military Raids Home

  15/01 | [DW] Presidential candidate Bobi Wine has tweeted that he is 'under siege' as the military enters his home. This comes hours (...)

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Tunisia : Wounded of the Revolution Still Struggle 10 Years On

  15/01 | [JusticeInfo.net] Ten years after the victory of the Tunisian Revolution on January 14, 2011, the authorities still have not published (...)

Kenya : Landmark Ruling Beams Ray of Hope On SGBV Survivors in Pursuit of Justice

  15/01 | [Nation] A recent landmark ruling in favour of four Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) survivors of the 2007/08 post-election (...)

Zimbabwe : Self-Styled Prophet Rapes 16-Year-Old Mother

  15/01 | [New Zimbabwe] Binga -- Police here have arrested a self-proclaimed prophet for rape after he allegedly waylaid a 16-year-old female in (...)

EU Should Regulate Artificial Intelligence to Protect Rights

14/01 | Click to expand Image European Union flags are waving in front of the headquarters of the European Commission in Brussels. August 5, (...)

Zimbabwe : Chin'ono Denied Bail

14/01 | [New Zimbabwe] Journalist Hopewell Chin'ono was Thursday denied bail following his arrest last Friday on charges of communicating (...)

Zimbabwe : Chin'ono, Sikhala Protest Against Ill-Treatment By Prison Officers

14/01 | [263Chat] Freelance journalist Hopewell Chin'ono and Zengeza West constituency legislator Job Sikhala have protested against (...)

Uganda : 'Uganda Election Feels Like a War' - Human Rights Lawyer

14/01 | [DW] Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni has confirmed a social media blackout during the election period amid calls to uphold human (...)

Libya : Road to Peace Can't Bypass Justice

14/01 | [HRW] Tunis -- Armed groups that support competing Libyan governments and their international benefactors have been responsible for (...)

Maldives : Pandemic Response Exposes Inequities, Abuse

13/01 | Click to expand Image Security personnel patrol an accommodation block where Bangladeshi migrant workers are being quarantined after (...)

Malaysia : Dangerous Backsliding on Rights

13/01 | Click to expand Image Undocumented migrants are detained during a crackdown by Malaysia’s Immigration Department in response to the (...)

Biden Should Cement Rights in US Policy

13/01 | (Washington, DC) – US President-elect Joe Biden should work with global leaders who have sought to shore up a defense of human rights (...)

Uganda : UN Rights Commission Raises Red Flag Over Human Rights Violations Ahead of (...)

12/01 | [Monitor] The United Nations Commission on Human Rights (UNCHR) has raised a red flag over the rising human rights violation cases in (...)

AfricaFiles (Ecology)

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Southern Africa Resource Watch

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Egypt : Water Crisis Extends Beyond Impact of Ethiopia's Nile Dam

  16/01 | [African Arguments] The long negotiations between Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia on the terms under which the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance (...)

Africa : Africa's Great Green Wall Aims for Fresh Growth Spurt After Sluggish (...)

  16/01 | [Thomson Reuters Foundation] As climate extremes and human practices degrade land in the Sahel, donors boost backing for a major (...)

Congo-Kinshasa : Why Rangers in the Congo's Virunga National Park Are Under (...)

  15/01 | [The Conversation Africa] Armed men have killed at least six rangers and wounded several others in an ambush in eastern Democratic (...)

Namibia : Keetmans Swims in N$12 Million Water Debt

  15/01 | [Namibian] THE Keetmanshoop municipality has racked up N$12 million in outstanding payments to the national water (...)

Namibia : Trophy Hunting Tender Ruffles Feathers

  15/01 | [Namibian] THE Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism has defended a recent invitation for bids to hunt game, saying trophy (...)

Somalia : First Floods, Then Desert Locusts

  15/01 | [FAO] Farmers in central Somalia cope with back-to-back threats

Namibia : No Imminent Flood Risk At Mariental

  15/01 | [Namibian] There is no threat yet of a repeat of the massive flood that hit Mariental in February 2006, despite heavy downpours (...)

Africa : African Cities Must Prepare for Climate Migration

  15/01 | [ISS] African climate-linked migration tends to be dominated by European narratives. In reality, most of these migrants move within (...)

Zimbabwe : Bulawayo Water Crisis Requires U.S.$3,5 Billion

  15/01 | [Zimbabwe Independent] An estimated US$3,5 billion is needed to link Bulawayo to the Zambezi River -- a long running project touted as (...)

Tanzania : Tigo, ZAWA Partner to Introduce Water Payment Solutions

14/01 | [Daily News] TIGO Tanzania and Zanzibar Water Authority (Zawa) have partnered to provide payment solutions for customers using Tigo (...)

Kenya : What Next for Owners of Submerged Land in Baringo ?

14/01 | [Nation] When Lake Bogoria started rising and gobbling up its shores in 2013, Mr Joseph Kurere, a village elder, moved his parents to a (...)

Zimbabwe : Water Crisis Hits Ndanga Hospital

14/01 | [The Herald] ACUTE water challenges have crippled operations at Ndanga District Hospital, the biggest referral centre in (...)

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African Journal of Ecology

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Black Sash

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IMG: What is going on in Kivu ? In 1994, the perpetrators of the genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda fled en masse to Kivu in eastern Congo. For nearly twenty years, remnants of the (...)
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