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09Jan 2020
Correspondent
The Guardian

A family cooks a meagre meal of Garasa (made from sorghum but using less flour than usual, due to food scarcity) at Jamam camp, in South Sudan

LOWER-income countries are increasingly facing a double blow from the impact of both...

09Jan 2020
Correspondent
The Guardian

The Young Lives Matter Foundation at The University of Western Australia has received $100,000...

09Jan 2020
Correspondent
The Guardian

The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD

Crossing the borders of Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt, the Nile is often portrayed as a river that...

08Jan 2020
Correspondent
The Guardian

Every morning, Rose Inya makes her four younger siblings breakfast and gets them ready for...

08Jan 2020
Correspondent
The Guardian

Currently, approximately 300 million tons of oil-based plastic waste are produced every year. A...

08Jan 2020
Correspondent
The Guardian

A severe drought is threatening South Africa's wildlife industry, with game farmers keeping...

08Jan 2020
Correspondent
The Guardian

A wave of sub-Saharan African countries became independent in the 1960s, 17 achieving self-rule...

07Jan 2020
Correspondent
The Guardian

In a world shaken by so many problems, it is difficult to look at 2020 and not make some kind of...

07Jan 2020
Correspondent
The Guardian

Let’s face what lies ahead with open eyes: 2020 is going to be a very tough year for the world,...

07Jan 2020
Correspondent
The Guardian

For the African Union, 2020 is supposed to be a landmark year. Its ‘silencing the guns’...

07Jan 2020
Gerald Kitabu
The Guardian

When the Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa ordered revamping the oil palm production in Kigoma...

06Jan 2020
Correspondent
The Guardian

The year started with delayed onset of long rains and it now closes with killer floods. A...

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