Southern Africa's savannah has been home to a staggering variety of animals for thousands of years. As increases in population force humans ever further into their territory; KAZA is hoping to find ways for humans and animals to coexist.
De Beers has taken another step towards ridding the trade of its "blood diamond" tag with a mobile tracking app for miners in Sierra Leone. While Gemfair may be useful, more needs to be done to ensure safety.
For months now, Africa's rough diamonds have been increasing in value but the sale proceeds do not reach the people. Instead, they benefit metropolitan elites and the mine companies, which are usually foreign-owned.
Despite UN sanctions against North Korea, a number of African countries share a cosy trade relationship with the pariah state. Old alliances dating back to Cold War times have persisted - and remain important even today.
Mauritius, Botswana and Cape Verde are Africa’s best examples of good governance. In its tenth year, the Ibrahim Index of African Governance takes a look at how governance issues have developed over the past decade.
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