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Kosovo series, part 3/5
14/10/2015 - International report

Kosovo series, part 3/5

Kosovo is a landlocked country with limited resources - with just under half the population living below the poverty line.
Kosovo series, part 2/5
13/10/2015 - International report

Kosovo series, part 2/5

Trepca mines - to the North of Kosovo - are the country’s treasure trove.

African press review 24 September 2015

Do Ugandan MPs know what they are voting for? Why has the VW scandal hit South African platinum prices? How bad is the situation of Zambia's copper sector, soon to be hit by huge job losses?
José Marcos Mavungo
16/09/2015 - Angola

Rights groups protest campaigner Mavungo's jail sentence

A court in Angola has sentenced rights activist José Marcos Mavungo to six years in prison on rebellion charges, generating a chorus of protest from international rights groups who say his ...
Miners in La Paz, Bolivia, in 2014
17/07/2015 - France - Bolivia

French volunteers trapped in Bolivian mine strike

Twenty French volunteers are trapped in the southern region of La Paz in Bolivia as miners there enter their 11th day of strike.

African press review 16 May 2015

President Pierre Nkurunziza is reportedly back in Burundi but he's keeping a low profile.

African press review 27 March 2015

Jonathan and Buhari promise to control their supporters but Lagos residents don't seem convinced. Kenyatta is praised for taking on corruption.

African press review 11 February 2015

There'sd badn news and good news for the SA economy. Lesotho will go to the polls. Mubarak's men return to politics for upcoming parliamentary polls.

African press review 31 December 2014

School league tables, fatwas and mining royalties all make the papers around Africa today.


African press review 12 November 2014

Lawyers fight for the victims of the Marikana massacre. SA receives fewer asylum seekers. More money may be spent on Zuma's home. Nigeria's Jonathan opens his bid for reelection.