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  • 04:32 Zimbabwe Wants To Sell Its Ivory And Rhino Horns: Oppah Muchinguri

    Zimbabwe Wants To Sell Its Ivory And Rhino Horns: Oppah Muchinguri

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    Zimbabwe wants to be allowed to sell its ivory and rhino horns... It brought the proposal at the the 17th Convention of CITES is currently underway in Sandton, Johannesburg. More than three and a half thousand delegates from 183 countries are gathered to

  • 00:47 Kenyan Car Show Attracts Hundreds Of Vintage Car Enthusiasts

    Kenyan Car Show Attracts Hundreds Of Vintage Car Enthusiasts

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    This year's Concours d'Elegance in Kenya attracted hundreds of classic car owners at the Ngong Racecourse in Nairobi. The spectators were treated to a glorious display of car glamour. Steve Parkinson emerged winner with his 1950 Jaguar Mark V. Parkinson's

  • 01:55 Civilians Bear The Brunt Of Conflict, Bitter Power Struggles In Libya

    Civilians Bear The Brunt Of Conflict, Bitter Power Struggles In Libya

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    Libya has been torn apart by conflict and political power struggles since 2011 -- and civilians have borne the brunt. The oil-rich nation once had the highest standard of living in Africa. But now it can't afford to feed or take care of its people. And, a

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  • 00:37 Zimbabwe's Reserve Bank To Set Up Diaspora Remittance System

    Zimbabwe's Reserve Bank To Set Up Diaspora Remittance System

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    The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has engaged a central bank in the SADC region to help it set up a diaspora remittance system. It's estimated that about three million Zimbabweans work abroad, but don't use formal channels to send funds back home. If migration

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  • 02:20 Ugandans Cash In On Growing Poultry Market

    Ugandans Cash In On Growing Poultry Market

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    Poultry farming is increasingly becoming lucrative in Uganda as more people develop an appetite for chicken and poultry products. But as Michael Baleke reports, the majority of people involved in the business are small-scale farmers whose capacity is unab

  • 03:10 Ethiopia To Build Industrial Parks To Keep Its Youth In The Country

    Ethiopia To Build Industrial Parks To Keep Its Youth In The Country

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    The government of Ethiopia has yet to give the go-ahead on the construction of two industrial parks after receiving an offer of half-a-billion dollars from the European Union, Britain and the World Bank. Donors hope the funds will reduce migration into Eu

  • 01:24 Algeria Adopts Agriculture Programme To Increase Grain Yield

    Algeria Adopts Agriculture Programme To Increase Grain Yield

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    Algeria is on the brink of a severe drought. The county's agriculture ministry says cereal output dropped by almost 18 percent this year. This has been attributed to harsh climate conditions. Now the government has embarked on a cereal development program

  • 02:27 Botswana Seeks To Diversify From Diamond-dependent Economy

    Botswana Seeks To Diversify From Diamond-dependent Economy

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    Considered one of Africa's most prosperous and stable countries, Botswana owes much of its success to one commodity - diamonds. Through revenue from the precious stone, Botswana has recorded some dramatic increases in national wealth over the past century

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  • 01:28 Egypt Calls For More Secure Borders After Deadly Capsize

    Egypt Calls For More Secure Borders After Deadly Capsize

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    Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi says there's no justification for the deaths of more than 160 migrants after a ship capsized off the country's Mediterranean coast last week. He has called for improved border security to address the migrant crisis.

  • 02:16 Job Cuts Loom As Egypt's Foreign Visitors Continue To Stay Away

    Job Cuts Loom As Egypt's Foreign Visitors Continue To Stay Away

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    Tourism is one of Egypt's main sources of hard currency revenue. The North African nation has been trying to recover from years of turbulence. Nearly 5 million people working in the tourism industry have been at risk of losing their jobs. Yasser Hakim tak

  • 00:35 Gabon Remains Divided Ahead Of Ali Bongo's Inauguration

    Gabon Remains Divided Ahead Of Ali Bongo's Inauguration

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    Gabonese President Ali Bongo is due to be sworn in for a second term in office, just days after the Constitutional Court validated his election victory. Violence broke out across Gabon last month when the electoral body announced that Bongo had won the vo

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  • 03:11 Rangers Say Legalising Ivory Trade Can Sustain Conservation

    Rangers Say Legalising Ivory Trade Can Sustain Conservation

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    Protecting elephants is high on the agenda of the CITES meeting in Johannesburg. Almost a thousand kilometres south however, keeping the animals in line is the key challenge. The Addo Elephant Park is a major success story for South African conservation.

  • 02:58 South African Students' Research Points To New Ways To Reduce Toxins In Maize

    South African Students' Research Points To New Ways To Reduce Toxins In Maize

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    Two South African students have made a significant discovery that could help to reduce the amount of mycotoxins that contaminate maize crops and cause life-threatening ailments - a problem often experienced across the continent. Here's more on that scient

  • 02:08 Somalia Election Polls Postponed Until November

    Somalia Election Polls Postponed Until November

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    Somalia's electoral team has announced the 30th November as the new date for the presidential polls. Security challenges, delays in naming representatives and the absence of Somaliland from the political process have been cited as some of the reasons for

  • 03:02 Tanzania's Tourism Board Encourages Locals To Visit Game Parks

    Tanzania's Tourism Board Encourages Locals To Visit Game Parks

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    Tanzania has witnessed some of the worst poaching in the world. It's prompted the country's tourism board to encourage locals to visit the parks right on their doorstep, and join the fight to save elephants. Our reporter Dan Ashby accompanied one couple t

  • 02:09 Free Medical Care Offered To Zimbabwe's Nyanga Residents

    Free Medical Care Offered To Zimbabwe's Nyanga Residents

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    Villagers in Nyanga area in Zimbabwe benefited from a free medical outreach programme recently. The program saw thousands of people receiving medical check-ups and medication for various ailments. Here's more on that story.

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  • 59:07 Welcome to Lagos (1/3)

    Welcome to Lagos (1/3)

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    Three-part observational documentary series which explores life at the sharp end of one of the most extreme urban environments in the world: Lagos, Nigeria. Today, more than half the world's population live in cities, and this eye-opening series shows wha

  • 59:01 Welcome to Lagos (2/3)

    Welcome to Lagos (2/3)

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    Lagos's version of Venice is a slum, built on water, called Makoko. This three-part observational series continues to explore one of the most extreme urban environments on the planet, by taking a trip into the lives of those who choose to live and work on

  • 1:00:35 Welcome to Lagos (3/3)

    Welcome to Lagos (3/3)

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    This fascinating series continues to look at how people are adapting to modern city life in the 21st century by exploring the slums and ghettos of Lagos, Nigeria. More than 50 per cent of the world's population now live in cities, and that figure is expec

  • 58:33 Racism: A History (1/3)

    Racism: A History (1/3)

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    A documentary which is exploring the impact of racism on a global scale, as part of the season of programmes marking the 200th anniversary of the abolition of slavery. Beginning by assessing the implications of the relationship between Europe, Africa and

  • 58:59 Racism: A History (2/3)

    Racism: A History (2/3)

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    A documentary which is exploring the impact of racism on a global scale, as part of the season of programmes marking the 200th anniversary of the abolition of slavery. Beginning by assessing the implications of the relationship between Europe, Africa and

  • 58:48 Racism: A History (3/3)

    Racism: A History (3/3)

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    A documentary which is exploring the impact of racism on a global scale, as part of the season of programmes marking the 200th anniversary of the abolition of slavery. Beginning by assessing the implications of the relationship between Europe, Africa and

  • 47:48 Saving Africa' s Witch Children

    Saving Africa' s Witch Children

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    In some of the poorest parts of Nigeria, where evangelical religious fervor is combined with a belief in sorcery and black magic, many thousands of children are being blamed for catastrophes, death and famine: and branded witches. Denounced as Satan made

  • 47:57 Zimbabwe: State of Denial

    Zimbabwe: State of Denial

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    Thirty years after becoming a nation, and 30 years after Robert Mugabe and ZANU PF came to power, Zimbabwe does not appear to have fulfilled the hopes that so many had at independence. Both ZANU PF and the MDC appear to be in a state of denial about the t