Congo-Kinshasa: Taking Traceable Conflict-Free Gold From DR Congo to International Markets
The eastern highlands of the Democratic Republic of the Congo make up the country's highest and most rugged region. It is home to a series of mountains 80 to 560 km wide, extending… Read more »
South Africa: Dangerous Job for South African Wildlife Rangers Despite New Technology
Just a few days ago, a wildlife ranger was killed in Kruger National Park in South Africa while tracking suspected rhino poachers, highlighting the rangers' difficult and dangerous… Read more »
Kenya: Greasing the Wheels of Kenya's Nascent Oil and Gas Sector
For anyone interested in unravelling the intricacies of mankind's evolution, Kenya's remote northern Turkana County remains a researcher's paradise. For several decades, the region… Read more »
Africa: What Are Businesses Doing to Turn Off the Plastic Tap?
Faced with the undeniable consequences of a toxic tide of plastic, people around the world are rejecting single-use plastics and pledging to live more sustainably. Governments are… Read more »
Somalia: Somalia Calls for International Cooperation to Stop Illegal Charcoal Trade
At the opening of a two-day, UN-supported conference on charcoal in Mogadishu, the Federal Government of Somalia has called for international, African and Gulf States cooperation… Read more »
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