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More funds needed for the Zambezi River Basin

More funds needed for the Zambezi River Basin

More funds needed for the Zambezi River Basin The Zambezi River Basin is a massive area of critical importance. By Leon Louw owner of WhyAfrica and editor of the WhyAfrica magazine It is encouraging to see the African Development Bank allocating more than USD10-million towards improving the collaborative management of water, energy, food and environmental […]

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Harare-London most unserved air-route in Africa

Harare-London most unserved air-route in Africa

The air route from Harare, capital of Zimbabwe, to London is the most unserved in Africa.   According to a new study by Airbus titled Exploring the horizons – “A study of unserved air routes to, from and within Africa” the intercontinental route between Harare and London is Africa’s most important unserved route, based on the recorded Origin-Destination

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Reversing the red

Reversing the red

South Africa has done much to halt species extinction, but way more still needs to be done.    South Africa is one of only 17 megadiverse countries on earth, meaning it’s home to a large number of species and harbours a high number of endemic species, too. Yet a significant number of South African species

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Infrastructure development in Uganda

Infrastructure development in Uganda

Infrastructure development is of paramount importance in Africa. The benefits of good infrastructure are illustrated in parts of Uganda, for example, where the recent completion of a project under the World Bank’s Uganda Support to Municipal Infrastructure Development (UMSID) program once again highlights the contribution of infrastructure to local development. Under the UMSID Ugandan based

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