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Chinese Donkey Abattoir in Ethiopia Lodges Complaint with PM

 By Ezega, 09/17/2017 September 17, 2017 - Shandong Dong Group, a Chinese donkey abattoir, which was closed after a nationwide social media campaign, has lodged a complaint with the Prime Minster office, according to the Ethiopian weekly news paper, the reporter. Based in Bishoftu...

Zimbabwe’s parents barter goats, labor to pay school fees

By Jeffrey Moyo, Reuters, 09/07/2017 MWENEZI, Zimbabwe (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A goat bleats, digging its hooves into the ground to stop itself being dragged on a rope through the school gate by a determined parent, as pupils look on excitedly. At Chomutsvairo...

Brite Star aviation to build assembly plant in Botswana

By MBONGENI MGUNI, Business Day, 2017-08-31 Botswana — Brite Star Aviation of Texas has signed an agreement with several Batswana government agencies to build a 1.4-billion pula ($139m) manufacturing and assembly plant in Selebi-Phikwe, the north-eastern mining town devastated by the closure...
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Tanzania: Men Cry Foul As Tables Turn in Rukwa

By Peti Siyame in Sumbawanga, Tanzania Daily News, 2017-08-26 TABLES have turned. This best describes the situation many men in the country find themselves in as they continue to suffer painful shame resulting from beatings they suffer at the hands of their...
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Mugabe sons are victims of their upbringing

By PETA THORNYCROFT, iOL, 2017-08-24 Harare - The Mugabe sons, Robert jr, 25, and Chatunga Bellarmine, 21, deserve some sympathy. They are children of super-rich parents - President Robert and Grace Mugabe - who are broadly disliked in Harare, their hometown. Most people in...
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Gumboot dancing originated in South Africa, performed around the world

Errington world music teacher explains the history of the dance By LAUREN COLLINS, Parksville News, 2017-08-19 What began as a form of communication between black mine workers in South Africa, is now taught and performed around the world, including here. Gumboot dancing started in...
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Mauritania: Slavery’s last stronghold

Mauritania’s endless sea of sand dunes hides an open secret: An estimated 10% to 20% of the population lives in slavery. But as one woman’s journey shows, the first step toward freedom is realizing you’re enslaved. By John D. Sutter, CNN...

Africa: Forgotten Youth? Why We Need Young People to Help Us End Child Marriage

By Patrick Mwesigye, Thompson Reuters Foundation, 2017-08-13 We need to go beyond seeing youth as victims and acknowledge that they are holders of rights, with a lot to contribute One of my earliest memories is of my older sister coming home from...

Meeting the Truck Stop Prostitutes of Uganda’s HIV Capital

By SAM MEDNICK, Vice, 2017-08-08 Lyantonde is an infamous trucker town and the main stopover between Uganda and Rwanda for long distance drivers, where sex is readily available as long as you're prepared to pay for it. I clutched on as the wheels...

‘Rwanda is like a pretty girl with a lot of makeup, but the inside...

With Paul Kagame set for a landslide victory in Friday’s election, Diane Rwigara, a fierce critic of the Rwandan president, is challenging his human rights record By Tom Gardner, The Guardian, 2017-08-05 Diane Rwigara asks to postpone the interview. “My personal adviser is...
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