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African animals in trompe l’oeil, by Nick Brandt – Coming out Grand Paris

Nick Brandt, world famous for his animal portraits, delivers with this series a new plea for the preservation of big wild animals. In East African cities, in the midst of landfills and sites that encroach on the territory of lions, gorillas and rhinos, Nick Brandt has placed large-scale photographs. Here, under a highway of Nairobi, […]

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Africa: food security? It depends on water

A new study found that the old colonial water permits systems across Africa are unwittingly criminalizing millions of small farmers who can not get permits. This undermines efforts to increase agricultural production and achieve the goals of economic growth. The study examined water authorization systems in five African countries: Malawi , Kenya , South Africa […]

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Aviation – Africa from above

The rapid rise of Ethiopian Airlines is an impressive success story. Now the government wants to sell a minority stake – an opportunity for investors. It was an evening when it quickly became clear that the management of Ethiopian Airlines does not do things by halves. The first flight from Addis Ababa had just landed […]

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Anti-Party In Practice

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Actions catalog of the DJV against the spread of African swine fever (ASP)

In October 2017, the German Hunting Association (DJV) published on its website the freely accessible catalog of measures against the spread of the ASP . In view of the current treatment of the subject of ASP by the daily press (even the Tagesschau reports on it), it is worth taking a closer look at the […]

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Cameroon loses 2019 African Nations Cup finals

Cameroons ability to host the finals was first questioned when CAF announced in July last year that the tournament would have eight additional teams and only countries capable of putting on world-class tournament, with complete facilities and extensive infrastructure would be allowed to stage the event.           Morocco immediately said it was […]

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Zulehner: Pope allows priestly ordination of married people, if …

The Viennese Catholic theologian Paul Michael Zulehner assumes that Pope Francis radically changes the conditions of admission to the priesthood if the bishops of the Amazon region so decide. Then married, working men could be consecrated, said Zulehner in Freiburg. In the long term, this path should also be open to women. So far, only […]

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Mad Women: Is there gender discrimination in the office industry?

Foreign Female Office Director: “There is a gender issue in the Danish bureau.” Bureaubiz today presents two new studies pointing in the same direction. Industry Organization believes that earmarked childbirth rules will make a difference. One would think that the office industry is a bliss for creative women. The industry does not belong to the […]

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Plateanmedelse: The honeybar – “Up the new white”

It takes Honningbarna 15 effective minutes to convince anyone that ponces still have something to do. Or really just take a few minutes. Because it’s in the first songs on this first of two scheduled mini albums this year that the band really kicked off. The title track “Up the New Blank” opens the riot […]

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A South Africa in Growth Pain

Kopano Matlawas newest novel Mens pain is a short but fierce novel about young women in South Africa’s post-apartheid period. But I knew I had to be on duty. The beast had just fallen asleep and could wake up every moment. Menstrual pain   is a wounded prayer to God, an honest diary and a […]

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