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Magazine articles on politics, society, and news in Africa.
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July 2004
Jay Chapman
Illegal Uranium Mining in Congo U.N. officials expressed fears that undocumented uranium ore leaving the mine in the southeastern province of Katanga could make its way into the hands of terrorists. mark for My Articles 75 similar articles
June 2004
Greg Child
Technicolor Darkness In the red-rock high ground of South Africa, climbing still comes down to black and white. The author goes on belay to explore the crags, boulder gardens, and post-Apartheid complications of the world's next climbing mecca. mark for My Articles 51 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
May 2004
Annamaria DiGiorgio
Learning Centers Provide Global Access to Effective Teaching Tools With the launch of six new learning centers, the rural residents of Namibia will now have access to television and satellite technology that will provide culturally appropriate educational video programming and training in the use of video as an effective teaching tool. mark for My Articles 201 similar articles
April 2004
Paiki Muswazi
Continuing Education, Libraries and the Internet (CELI) Project Narrowing the Skills Gap in Southern African University Libraries mark for My Articles 29 similar articles
March 2004
The Hard Way: A 75-Dollar Bicycle Revolutionizes In 2002, Paul Steely White, ITDP's Africa regional director, spearheaded a plan to create an affordable bicycle that would combine the dependability of European bikes with the versatility of mountain bikes. mark for My Articles 71 similar articles
February 2004
Earthquake rocks Morocco At 2:27 a.m. local time today, a magnitude-6.5 earthquake struck the northern coast of Morocco. Preliminary reports suggest at least 300 people have died and many more have been injured, according to the Associated Press. mark for My Articles 122 similar articles
March 2004
John F. Ross
Monkey in the Middle Blamed for destroying one of North Africa's most important forests, Morocco's Barbary macaques struggle to survive. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
Science News
December 13, 2003
Janet Raloff
When Drought Reigns, Diets Can Turn Poisonous For many people in drought-stricken Africa, food and water will be in perilously short supply this season. So short, in fact, that some people in Ethiopia are already making the grass pea -- a cousin of the sweet pea -- a dietary staple. But to eat the grass pea is to flirt with possible paralysis. mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
August 2003
Mobile Science Center Brings High-Tech Experimentation to Remote Parts of South Africa Will students in schools that don't have access to technology have the same chances of competing successfully in the global economy? Edusoft decided the best way to provide students with these experiences would be to build a low-cost mobile classroom that could be transported to rural schools countrywide. mark for My Articles 280 similar articles
June 18, 2003
VillageReach Measures Its Success in Smiles Blaise Judja-Sato, who was born in Cameroon, founded VillageReach, a non-profit, and assembled a team of experts with experience in public health and development fields who were enthusiastic about attempting a fresh approach to tackling problems that plague so many developing countries. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
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