Do you like grape juice? It's certainly healthy, as it's packed with antioxidants. Parents drink it to lower their cholesterol, kids think it makes them stronger. But what to do with all the stuff left behind after you've pressed them? Here's an idea: Use them for fuel.
A Ugandan innovator has built a low-cost tractor to boost productivity for small scale farmers. The MV Mulimi tractor has been manufactured from locally sourced material. It can prepare land for planting, pump water for irrigation and thresh maize at an affordable cost.
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Moscow's authorities have announced plans to roll out the use of face recognition technology, after it played a key role in catching criminals during the Russia 2018 soccer World Cup. The government is working with companies which believe it could be used to replace house keys and even public transport ticket. But human rights activists fear it may be used to repress dissent. Dan Ashby reports.