It hasn't been easy for Bremen coach Robin Dutt who succeeded the legendary Thomas Schaaf after 14 seasons managing the club. He told Deutsche Welle that he sees this season as a time of transition.
Two hundred years ago German nobleman Karl von Drais rode a strange, two wheeled invention through the streets of Mannheim. Bicycles have come a long way since, but now, they are also going back in time.
Without Africans in North America, the world would never have had Elvis Presley and the rock’n’roll revolution. Polish cultural historian Mariusz Krasniewski explores this theme and others in his book on Hausa hip-hop.
Aid money does more harm than good, believes Kenyan economics expert, James Shikwati. He says instead Africans have to tap into their biggest resource – the continent's 1.2 billion people and their skill as traders.
The Tanzanian government is coming down hard on the country’s extractive industries. President John Magufuli wants them to pay higher fees and help build a processing industry for Tanzania’s mineral resources.
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