New Internationalist

Articles by Wairagala Wakabi

Tanzania

Tanzania is home to the highest point in Africa as well as to Olduvai Gorge, where some of the oldest human remains have been found. It also contains most of the Serengeti region, which hosts a dazzling array of animal, bird and plant life.

  • October 1, 2008
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Lions poisoned in protest

Angry farmers evicted ahead of Kampala Summit.

  • December 1, 2007
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Burundi

A small landlocked state in central Africa, sandwiched between its vast neighbours Tanzania and Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi has suffered as much from ethnic conflict as its other (equally tiny) neighbour, Rwanda. Yet while the 1993 Rwandan genocide continues to commandeer international attention, Burundi’s travails tend to slip under the radar.

  • July 1, 2007
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Democratic Republic of Congo

Corruption runs deep in Congo

  • May 1, 2007
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Sudan's other crisis

The crisis surrounding the return of refugees to post-war southern Sudan.

  • November 1, 2006
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Uganda

Tourism of the more adventurous kind is increasingly common in Uganda – tracking mountain gorillas, or rafting on the Nile, but to many outsiders Uganda’s claim to fame is still little more than Idi Amin, the jovial but brutal dictator.

  • October 1, 2006
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Western charity undermines African textiles

Western second-hand clothing hampers local production in Uganda

  • November 1, 2004
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Rwanda survivors targeted

Rwanda survivors targeted

  • April 1, 2004
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Uganda’s death row debate

Uganda death row debate

  • April 1, 2004
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