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Why Are People in Malawi So Hungry?
Maxwell Nkosi and his wife Mcuzi sit across from me on a wooden bench outside their tiny mud brick house in Pende, a village in the southern region of Malawi.
Africa Investment-Zambia risks breadbasket dream with ...
Zambia's decision to cut subsidies on maize and remove a fuel subsidy is likely to hamper output of the staple grain, raise prices and dash its goal of becoming a regional breadbasket.
Zambia: Livingstone Vendors Protest Masebo's Ban
Street vendors in Livingstone are angry with Tourism and Arts Minister Sylvia Masebo for removing them from the streets without providing alternative jobs or decent trading spaces as promised by the Patriotic Front government.
Mind-blowing Lifetime Trips
Raja Ampat has been dubbed the Amazon of the Oceans. Is that hyperbole? Not really.
Tanzania: Stop Threatening Tanzania, Membe Warns M23 Rebels
TANZANIA has warned rebel group M23 in the Democratic Republic of Congo to desist from threatening the country for sending troops to the DRC, in the implementation of the UN Resolution Number 2098 to restore peace and stability in the region.
Dr Livingstone stamps unveiled
The 200th anniversary of the birth of pioneering Scottish explorer Dr David Livingstone has been marked with a set of commemorative stamps.
Tanzania: Plans Underway to Protect Extinct 'African Potato'
AN alert has been circulated to the Ministries of Agriculture and Livestock, Natural Resources and Tourism and Health and Social Welfare as well as different experts on the possibility of the African potato going extinct from overharvesting.
Zambia: Lusaka Ring-Road Project Takes Off
GOVERNMENT has commissioned the first phase of construction of the long-awaited Lusaka ring road project that will see the creation of a 14.6 km road.
Couple who walk with elephants
Dwarfed by the towering African elephant, Sandi Groves is unafraid. Her voice is monotone and calm as she welcomes the gathered tourists to come forward, to touch and feel the rough grey hide and to stroke the long, heavy trunk, to see the wire-like tail hairs and place their hands in the soft, cool skin under the tree-trunk-sized elbow.
Walking With Elephants
Walking in the footsteps of African elephant bull Jabu made us feel more closely connected to elephants than ever before.