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Rains raise harvest hopes in Zimbabwe – but pest brings "misery"

Rains raise harvest hopes in Zimbabwe – but pest brings "misery"

Drought-hit farmers are hoping for their first bumper harvest in years, but army worm pests and floods are lowering expectations

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 20 mars 2017
O rock está de loito coa morte de Chuck Berry

O rock está de loito coa morte de Chuck Berry

Considerado un dos fundadores e referentes da música rock & roll, faleceu este pasado sábado aos 90 anos de idade, segundo confirmou a policía do condado de St. Charles, no …

Par Sermos Galiza, le 20 mars 2017
“Ours is Not Yet a Humane Society” | Conversation with Niyi Osundare

“Ours is Not Yet a Humane Society” | Conversation with Niyi Osundare

Professor Níyì Ọsundáre is Professor of English at University of New Orleans, USA, and one of the best-known poets from Africa. His works of published poetry include Songs of the …

Par Ake Review, le 13 mars 2017
NIGERIA - Why Osinbajo is performing well — Buhari

NIGERIA - Why Osinbajo is performing well — Buhari

    Samuel Ogundipe   A grateful President Muhammadu Buhari said on Friday that the performance of Acting President Yemi Osinbajo while he was away, was buoyed by his youthfulness …

Par Premium Times, le 11 mars 2017
Opinion - Attacks on Nigerians in South Africa

Opinion - Attacks on Nigerians in South Africa

    By Editorial Board     The wave of xenophobic attacks by South Africans on fellow Africans in 2008 and 2015 appear to be a snake only scorched and …

Par The Guardian, le 3 mars 2017
A POETA MOÇAMBICANA ELIANA NZUALO LANÇA UM PODCAST - O nome disso é África

A POETA MOÇAMBICANA ELIANA NZUALO LANÇA UM PODCAST - O nome disso é África

Com a mesma naturalidade com que nos diz que um dia escreve um livro Eliana Nzualo começa agora a falar da África no espaço O nome disso é África. Daquí …

Par Sermos Galiza, le 2 mars 2017
Opinion - Xenophobia’s eerie xylophone

Opinion - Xenophobia’s eerie xylophone

    By Kenechukwu Obiezu   In what has seemingly become a recurrent ritual, some disgruntled and ostensibly unemployed and impoverished South Africans have recently been venting their frustrations with …

Par The Guardian, le 2 mars 2017
CRIME - Libya exposed as an epicentre for migrant child abuse

CRIME - Libya exposed as an epicentre for migrant child abuse

By Rose Graham The United Nations has warned that large numbers of children are still risking their lives to make the dangerous journey from Libya to Italy. Unicef says almost …

Par Rose P. Graham, le 1 mars 2017
President Buhari’s Doctors Also Treating Crohn’s Disease, An Intestinal Malady

President Buhari’s Doctors Also Treating Crohn’s Disease, An Intestinal Malady

A source familiar with President Muhammadu Buhari’s medical treatment in London has revealed to SaharaReporters that, apart from a lingering prostrate flare-up and other chronic conditions, the Nigerian leader has …

Par Sahara Reporters, le 1 mars 2017
Sierra Leone's 'Refugee All Stars' sing message of hope in America

Sierra Leone's 'Refugee All Stars' sing message of hope in America

« We are like a model to refugees, and we are also like spokesmen for refugees because we need to tell the people how it feels »

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 1 mars 2017
FEATURE-'It must be love': wife-beating a source of pride for some in Mauritania

FEATURE-'It must be love': wife-beating a source of pride for some in Mauritania

« A Fulani woman always takes pride in being beaten by her husband. This is one of our traditions. »

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 27 février 2017
GHANA - IMANI Alert: What the President’s State of the Nation’s Address should address

GHANA - IMANI Alert: What the President’s State of the Nation’s Address should address

President Nana Akufo-Addo delivers his first state of the nation’s address today. What should we expect?

Par IMANI News Ghana, le 24 février 2017
As solar refrigerator keeps mangoes cold, farmers’ profits heat up

As solar refrigerator keeps mangoes cold, farmers’ profits heat up

      Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation   By Leopold Obi      NZIU, Kenya, Feb 21 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – It is a hot and cloudless morning, a sign …

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 21 février 2017
ANTONIA ALARCÓN, PRECEDENTE DA PARTICIPACIÓN FEMININA NUN CONFLITO LABORAL - De cando as mulleres tomaron o arsenal de Ferrol

ANTONIA ALARCÓN, PRECEDENTE DA PARTICIPACIÓN FEMININA NUN CONFLITO LABORAL - De cando as mulleres tomaron o arsenal de Ferrol

Antonia Alarcón foi decapitada na Coruña. A súa cabeza, exposta nunha pica á porta do arsenal de Ferrol.

Par Sermos Galiza, le 19 février 2017
NIGERIA - Remain In UK, Osinbajo Doing Well – BBOG Aisha Yesufu tells Buhari

NIGERIA - Remain In UK, Osinbajo Doing Well – BBOG Aisha Yesufu tells Buhari

    By Rose Graham   The co-convener of the Bring Back Our Girls, BBOG, has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to remain in the United Kingdom, UK as Acting President, …

Par Rose P. Graham, le 16 février 2017
Solar borehole protects Kenyan herders' children as drought deepens

Solar borehole protects Kenyan herders' children as drought deepens

A herders’ borehole is helping protect the lives of thousands of children and animals as a new drought hits

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 8 février 2017
Amílcar hoje

Amílcar hoje

Amílcar Cabral foi o líder da libertação de Cabo Verde e Guiné Bissau, assassinado a 20 de Janeiro de 1973 antes de ver a independência das (ex) colónias africanas de …

Par Sermos Galiza, le 4 février 2017
FEATURE-Armed with smartphones, Cameroon forest defenders take on illegal loggers

FEATURE-Armed with smartphones, Cameroon forest defenders take on illegal loggers

Involving local communities in reporting forest crime can be an effective way to curb it, experts say

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 3 février 2017
FEATURE-Playtime and pasta-making ease psychological wounds inflicted by Nigeria's Boko Haram

FEATURE-Playtime and pasta-making ease psychological wounds inflicted by Nigeria's Boko Haram

Destruction of homes and killings of friends and relatives have traumatised countless adults and children across northeast Nigeria

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 1 février 2017
Opinion - Buhari and his rumoured death

Opinion - Buhari and his rumoured death

    By Paul Onomuakpokpo      An impediment to the quest for the full return of history to schools is our fear of excavating the seamy past of our …

Par The Guardian, le 26 janvier 2017