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Africa Matters: Guterres in West Africa

This week, the United Nations Chief Antonio Guterres visited Senegal, Niger and Nigeria, as the region deals with food, fuel and financial crises. Afripolitika co-founder Ovigwe Eguegu shares his insights on the importance of the visit. In Uganda, palm oil farmers are hoping to capitalise on a global shortage of cooking oil by boosting their yields. And in Tanzania, a martial artist is breaking gender stereotypes in the Bongo film industry. #AfricaMatters

Money Talks: EU parliament bans use of palm oil in biofuels

Money Talks: EU parliament bans use of palm oil in biofuels

Uganda Palm Oil: Environmentalists concerned about oil production

Uganda Palm Oil: Environmentalists concerned about oil production

Tanzania Railway Project: New railway to bring economic growth to region

Tanzania Railway Project: New railway to bring economic growth to region

Tanzania’s crackdown

Tanzania’s crackdown

Record temperatures in Europe force thousands to flee their homes

Record temperatures in Europe force thousands to flee their homes

Africa Matters: Surviving Inflation

Africa Matters: Surviving Inflation

The slow EU accession process of North Macedonia and Albania

The slow EU accession process of North Macedonia and Albania

Africa Matters: Monkeypox Outbreak

Africa Matters: Monkeypox Outbreak

July 15: On the Edge | Episode 3

July 15: On the Edge | Episode 3

July 15: On the Edge | Episode 2

July 15: On the Edge | Episode 2

Playback: Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson Resigns

Playback: Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson Resigns

Africa Matters: South Africa plunged into power crisis

Africa Matters: South Africa plunged into power crisis

Africa Matters: Africa's Power Shortage

Africa Matters: Africa's Power Shortage

Africa Matters: Singing all the way to the ballot

Africa Matters: Singing all the way to the ballot

Africa Matters: Melilla Migrant Tragedy

Africa Matters: Melilla Migrant Tragedy

Africa Matters: S Africans explore new flavours

Africa Matters: S Africans explore new flavours

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