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A continued strife over control of fertile lands in Nigeria has resulted to the deaths of many farmers and their livestock. Analysts say land disputes pose the greatest security risk after Boko Haram.
Africa's largest biennial dubbed Dak'Art has opened until June 3rd in Dakar, Senegal. 65 African artists showcase their work under the theme "re-enchantment." Its curator is Simon Njami.
In Zimbabwe, theater is increasingly becoming a post for free expression in a country where free speech is limited. However, every performance is about testing the ruling elite’s tolerance.
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