Two candidates in Niger's presidential run-off +++ Nigeria escapes recession amid a wave terror attacks and banditory +++ Ghana: A fair share of the inheritance for a widow +++ Sheng - Kenya's Swahili-English hybrid language +++ Sports
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African countries have been vaccinating their populations against COVID-19 for weeks, but progress has been slow. Supply problems, confusion over vaccination schedules and fears of side effects are causing delays.
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.
Africa's energy needs are growing. This has led some governments to turn to coal-powered plants. Critics say that's not a smart move in times of climate change and point to the continent's renewable energy resources.
Many countries are reporting more new coronavirus infections. Global data indicates the COVID-19 pandemic is far from over. DW sums up the current situation in three charts.
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