In Mozambique, many women work in sectors completely dominated by men, often as taxi drivers or for public transport companies. Although they are often praised, they are also subjected to discrimination and assault.
Police and immigration authorities have discovered 64 bodies and 14 survivors in the back of a truck in Mozambique. The people are believed to be migrants from Ethiopia hoping to reach South Africa.
Cyclone Idai struck southeast Africa in March 2019, killing at least 1,300 people in Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Malawi. A year later, DW visited desperate survivors in Zimbabwe, where many are still living in tents.
A court in Germany has banned Uber from offering rides through rental car firms. It's another blow for the US ride-hailing company, which has had its European ambitions curtailed by the courts.
London's transport regulator has refused to renew the multinational ride-sharing company's license in the British capital for safety reasons. Uber has said it will appeal the decision and change its business model.
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