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Women sift stones for building material at the abandoned slagheap of the Chinese-owned Luanshya Copper Mine, in Kitwe, Zambia. ​​​​​​​Credit: Joerg Boethling/Alamy 

Debt crises are back with a vengeance as the dollar goes from strength to strength and interest rates rise. As the...

Zambia’s Spiced Tilapia Stew Credit: Alexander Mychko / Alamy Stock Photo

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Audrey Simango reports on the phenomena of young men taking over abandoned meals. 

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I Am Not a Witch, by Rungano Nyoni; Menashe, by Joshua Z Weinstein.

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Around the world, trade unions are facing fierce repression. But workers are still uniting to stand up for their rights and,...

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How can a region with such vast resources remain so poor? asks Tom Lebert.

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An introduction to some of those fighting for girls’ rights and education in a short documentary from Girls Not Brides.

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Virgil Hawkins considers the role of the media in Africa as Zimbabweans prepare to vote on 31 July.

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Mary Namakando digs out facts and ratings on one of Southern Africa's most politically stable countries and...

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Zambia claims it is owed $1 billion in tax from mining transnationals, but will Glencore & co clean up their act?

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Many Zambians feel that the flood of money from China has done nothing to improve their lives, as Andrew Bowman...

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A recent conference on food security did nothing to address the concerns of small farmers and local communities.

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While countries that proudly claim to be 'democracies' are supposed to bask in the beauty of different voices and ideas, the...

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Anti-water privatization activists from all over Africa met today at
the World Social Forum to launch a new African...

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Resistance to economic ‘adjustment’ is growing with every passing year, as this worldwide round-up shows.

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Elections in Africa can be fraught and fraudulent – but are still better than the alternative, says Ike Oguine...

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By the start of 2003 a little under 15 million people will face starvation in Southern Africa. Lesotho, Malawi,...

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