Almost 16,000 people in the south of Malawi have been affected, according to the Red Cross, with search and rescue operations continuing after the first cyclone of the region’s season. At least two people were killed and 66 injured in Mozambique on Monday and a further two people died yesterday in Malawi.
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BBC apologises for rubbish line on TV broadcast
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Sentiment of Saudade
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SEEDS OF TROUBLE
Countries and economic blocs across Africa are on a legislating spree to regulate the continent's seed markets, ostensibly to overcome chronic hunger. The real reason, many believe, is the corporate push that is driving nations to facilitate and promote trade of hybrid seed varieties. The fear is that the new laws will destroy not only the continent's food diversity, but also its indigenous practices of seed conservation.
El pasado muy presente
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