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Governments across Africa have used pandemic measures to clamp down on their opponents and the media, Amnesty International found in its latest annual report. The pandemic has also exacerbated conflicts.
On this week's Eco Africa, we find out about Cameroon's fight against invasive water plants, see how people are using electric fences to protect Kenya's forests and try recycling glass into hand-blown vases in Ghana.
We shed light on the world of sports betting in Africa. An agribusiness entrepreneur teaches soilless farming; Ghanaian fashionistas hit the runway with designs made of litter; and we’ll take you around Bobo-Dioulasso.
March 8 marks International Women's Day — an occasion that is meant to be a global celebration. But, with more and more women suffering each day, there is little to rejoice in Africa, DW's Mimi Mefo writes.
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