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Montreal: the latest hotspot for Africa’s rulers to hide their wealth?

BY EMMANUEL FREUDENTHAL & HUGO JONCAS, African Arguments, JUNE 04. 2017 The study, conducted in partnership with the Jde Montréal and Le Monde Afrique, reveals over a dozen individuals who have invested nearly $26 million in Canadian real estate, often without...

Here’s South Africa’s desperately high unemployment in four charts

By Lynsey Chutel, Quartz, 2017-06-03 More than six million South Africans are without work. In a country of about 55 million people, and a labor force of 22 million, that figure is staggering. To South Africans, the June 1 news, was more bad...

The new growth industry in Africa is Muslim tourism

By Abdi Latif Dahir, Quartz, 2017-06-03 Islamic Travels and Tours is a boutique agency tailored to attend to the complete needs of the Muslim traveler in South Africa. In addition to organizing shark cage dives, whale watches, and bungee jumps, it will...

How to Visit Tanzania and Avoid the Crowds

By Adam Popescu, Traveler, 2017-06-03 Step one? Don't be afraid of the rainy season. The acacia-filled savannas of Tanzania are among the most biodiverse spots on earth, and you are almost guaranteed to see the Big Five. But you’ll also face skepticism from...

Ghanaian woman in U.S. likely died trying to enter Canada: police

By CTVNews Staff, May 31, 201 A 57-year-old woman believed to be from Ghana was found dead near the U.S.-Manitoba border last week after officials say she likely attempted to cross into Canada. The Kittson County Sheriff’s Department says Mavis Korkor...

Africa’s economic growth in 2016 was driven by East Africa

By Yomi Kazeem, Quartz, May 31, 2017 Africa is still rising—mainly thanks to East Africa. While the continent’s major economies were hit by the fall in commodity prices in 2016, Africa retained its position as the second-fastest growing continent globally recording...

The world’s most toxic town: the terrible legacy of Zambia’s lead mines

Almost a century of lead mining and smelting has poisoned generations of children in the Copperbelt town of Kabwe in Zambia By Damian Carrington , The Guardian, May 2017 “I’d like to be a doctor,” says seven-year-old Martin, sitting quietly in his...

Bushmeat hunting threatens Okavango tourism

By Janine Avery, Conservation Action Trust, 2017-05-30 The threat posed by illegal bushmeat hunting to the Okavango Delta’s tourism industry has been exposed in a recently published report. Botswana is not normally associated with high levels of poaching. However, the report...

Hunger on the Horn of Africa is not caused by climate change

By Ludger Schadomsky, DW, May 30, 2017 It's a familiar sight in parts of East Africa - starving children, desiccated carcasses and parched landscapes. 17 million face the threat of hunger. It's a man-made crisis, says Ludger Schadomsky. When United Nations...

Three Nigerians sentenced to 235 years after leaving a string of broken hearts

By Aron Hyman, Sowetan, May 29, 2017 Nigerians convicted in the US for fraud, face life sentences A federal jury in Gulfport on Wednesday convicted three Nigerian nationals of multiple fraud crimes that could put two of them behind bars for...
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