Africa Weekly 14/02/2020 | AFP

This week on Africa Weekly, we go to Zamfara in northwestern Nigeria, where local citizens in defence militias have reached a peace deal to end decades of conflict. Then, we head to Ethiopia, where the government’s efforts are failing to create jobs and prop up the manufacturing sector. We also take a look at the headlines from around the continent this week.

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Africa Weekly 7/2/2020: political turmoil in Malawi and Seychelles’ tourism problem | AFP

This week on Africa Weekly, we head to the perilous border zone between Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger, where the French army is fighting alongside the G5 Sahel forces in an attempt to eliminate the threat posed by jihadists. From there, we take a contrasting look at the beaches of the Seychelles islands, a byword for luxury holidays. But there’s trouble in paradise, as the ever increasing tourist numbers start to pose a threat to the islands’ fragile ecosystem. We also take a look at the main headlines from across the continent this week.

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Africa Weekly 31/1/20 – cannabis production in Senegal and measures against Coronavirus | AFP

This week on Africa Weekly, we track down a hamlet deep in a Senegalese mangrove swamp where farmers have only one viable crop – cannabis. Here, farmers fly under the radar as they evade the West African country’s crackdown on the drug. Then we head to one of the Republic of Congo’s main ports, where a fall in oil prices since 2014 has caused a crisis for local businesses. And we also take a look at the headlines from around the continent this week.

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This week on Africa Weekly we head to Mali where railway employees are working to preserve Bamako’s now defunct colonial era station which serviced the country for almost one hundred years. Then we head to Uganda where a beauty pageant is being used to restore confidence in people who have been diagnosed with HIV .

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Africa Weekly 17/1/2020 | AFP

This week on Africa Weekly, we head to Kenya, one of the world’s leading producers of black tea. But this prized export is not fetching the prices it once did, forcing suppliers to innovate with new products and strategies. And then we head to Senegal, where a forest of the country’s iconic baobab trees is being put at risk by limestone quarrying, as the country forges ahead with the President’s ’emerging Senegal’ plan. We also take a look at the stories from the continent that made the headlines this week.

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This week on Africa Weekly we head to Niger, where climate change is wreaking havoc for the nomadic Fulani Wodabé herders and their access to water.

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This week on Africa Weekly, an South African NGO is using geolocalising technology to navigate the waterways of a floating slum in Lagos,creating a map they hope will improve the lives of those living here. Then we head to northern Mali, where French forces are working to neutralise the threat of IEDs: improvised explosive devices.

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This week on Africa Weekly, we meet a team of British engineers and mechanics who have spent 6 weeks working in South Africa’s Kalahari desert with the aim of constructing a car capable of taking on the land speed record, currently set at 1,223.657 kilometres per hour.Then we head to Gambia, where three years after being ousted from power, the country’s former dictator Yahya Jammeh is still revered by a part of the population and supporters of his APRC party still live in hope of his return.

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This week on Africa Weekly, we head to to Guinea, where for the past two months, opposition supporters have been protesting a new draft of the constitution that could allow President Alpha Conde to remain in power for a third term. Then we head to Somalia where the African Union Mission is due to withdraw in 2021, but many are worried that local forces will not be ready to take on this role in time for the withdrawal deadline.

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This week on Africa Weekly, we head to Madagascar where anger is building over plans to relocate part of Madagascar’s choked capital to emerald-green farmland. Then we go to Nigeria where the UN has announced an epidemic of substance abusers, who have very little – if any – access to treatment.

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A round up of news and features | AFP

This week on Africa Weekly we begin in Burkina Faso in the city of Bobo-Dioulasso; once a magnet for tourists it’s now largely overlooked by Western travellers because of recurrent jihadist attacks. Then we head to the Democratic Republic of Congo, where after three years in the making, the country’s National Museum has opened its doors in the capital of Kinshasa.

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Zimbabwe’s all-female anti-poachers and Somalia’s floating restaurants: Africa Weekly 22/11/19 | AFP

This week on Africa Weekly, we head to Zimbabwe, where a unique all-female anti-poaching unit is revolutionising the way the world looks at conservation. And then we head to Somali capital Mogadishu, where innovative restaurant owners are attempting to breathe life into the war-torn country and bolster its small but growing tourism sector. And we bring you all the stories that made the headlines this week.

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A round up of news and features | AFP

This week on Africa Weekly we head to Lesotho where a plan to make it legal to grow medical marijuana has pushed out small scale farmers and led to drug smuggling. Then we move to Nigeria, where more than 14,000 young Nigerians who went looking for a better life abroad have been repatriated since 2017 and have struggled to reintegrate upon their return.

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Africa Weekly – a roundup of news and features from Africa | AFP

This week on Africa Weekly, we take you to Kenya where volunteer medics in sea-faring mobile clinics provide basic health services to underserved populations. And we travel to Lagos where a new chess club is giving hope to young people living in the city’s slums.

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Africa Weekly: Nobel Prize for Abiy Ahmed and electricity in Madagascar | AFP

This week on Africa Weekly, pride in Ethiopia, as Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed is awarded the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize. We take a look at his first year and a half in office. We also head to Madagascar, where access to electricity is increasingly proving a luxury for the few who can afford it.

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Africa Weekly: Khat addiction in Ethiopia and Madagascar’s new churches | AFP

This week on Africa Weekly we head to Ethiopia where a detox centre has been set up to help addicts of khat – a plant whose leaves give users a stimulating effect when chewed. Then we visit Madagascar, where an increasing number of people are flocking to evangelical churches, much to the concern of Catholic leaders.

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This week on Africa Weekly we head to Nigeria, where 100 elephants living in the Omo Forest are under threat from deforestation. Then we head to Nairobi’s National museum where the bone structure of a previously unknown prehistoric carnivore has been rediscovered in the bowels of the museum – a long-forgotten discovery in this treasure trove of a museum.

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This week on Africa Weekly we head to Togo, where each year the sea erodes as much as 10 metres of coastline, distorting Togo’s landscape and driving out fishing communities. Then we head to the Lamu Archipelago in northeastern Kenya, where residents fear a coal-fired power plant project will threaten the delicate ecosystem and tourism it attracts.

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Africa Weekly – a round up of news and features | AFP

This week on Africa Weekly, we head to South Africa, where around 1,000 people each year end up in the morgues of Johannesburg, without anyone claiming them. With no identity documents, so it is up to medical examiners to find out who they are and to try and find their families. Then we head to the Democratic Republic of Congo where Lake Kivu is playing a key role in the country’s battle against Ebola. FOR SUBSCRIBERS OF AFRICA WEEKLY ONLY

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This week on Africa Weekly we head to Mozambique, where Jihadist attacks are wreaking havoc in the lives of people in the province of Cabo Delgado. Then we go to Uganda where an Ebola task force is helping people live their lives whilst managing the deadly virus. But first let’s take a look at the stories that made the headlines this week.FOR SUBSCRIBERS OF AFRICA WEEKLY ONLY

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This week on Africa Weekly we head to Madagascar where activists are pushing for abortions to be made legal. And then we move onto Liberia, where a declining economy is having serious consequences for the country’s hospitals.

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Africa Weekly – a round up of news and features | AFP

This week on Africa Weekly we head to Johannesburg where orphanages are overwhelmed by the number of babies abandoned each year. Many are simply left in the streets, but a few arrive on the doorstep of the Door of Hope. Then we meet Joy – one of over 14,000 Nigerians who fled for a life in Europe but has since returned to her home country…this time with a baby – the result of being raped during her time away.

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This week on Africa Weekly, we focus on South Africa, where experts are working together to create vivid depictions of two recently discovered dinosaurs. And we go to Portugal, which is bucking the trend by trying to attract African refugees to boost the country’s economy.FOR SUBSCRIBERS OF AFRICA WEEKLY ONLY

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This week on Africa Weekly we meet the young people in South Africa who are fighting gun violence using… the radio, and then we head to Ghana where rubber is being used to boost the economy.FOR SUBSCRIBERS OF AFRICA WEEKLY ONLY

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Africa Weekly – a round up of news and features | AFP

This week on Africa Weekly, we focus on Nigeria, still straining beneath the weight of a 10 year conflict with Boko Haram that shows no sign of abating, and we take you to Kenya, which has been making strides with its anti-doping campaign aimed at reducing the number of athletes using performance-enhancing drugs.FOR SUBSCRIBERS OF AFRICA WEEKLY ONLY

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