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He's the subject of a lawsuit with significant First Amendment implications. But where is he?
Ngozi, a Nigerian teenage superheroine, is Marvel’s latest character. Her story will be the first to be set in a real-life African country and star a Nigerian superhero.
On World Water Day, a massive rally unfolded in Lagos, Africa's most populous city, to protest the ongoing water crisis.
An environmental law passed this month in Lagos is a "death sentence," activists warn.
16/16 owner and artistic director, Tushar Hathiramani, sees the venue as a melting pot for a new crop of creatives and thinkers
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Wecyclers gives households a chance to capture value from their waste, while providing a reliable supply of materials to the local recycling industry.
Wecyclers gives households a chance to capture value from their waste, while providing a reliable supply of materials to the local recycling industry.
The housing challenge across Africa In the film "Living with Corruption" journalist Sorious Samura shows, for example, how
The self-imposed isolation of the Shrine bore considerable fruit. Fela was able to define his music on his own terms. This
For the past few years, Surabaya has been getting ready to become a Green City in 2020. Widya Anggraini writes about the
Lukhanyo Mdingi x Nicholas Coutts went with a more leisure-wear collection, which included a grey velour coat, with matching
In Caracas, public transport was described as uncomfortable, inadequate and disorganized. Local authorities decided to implement a national transportation plan with a BRT system, which opened in 2012. However, the lack of integration with traditional means including Jeeps, combis, minibuses and standard buses, made it less attractive the urban poor.
While megacities in the more developed world are becoming saturated in terms of population, their counterparts in the emerging markets are really showing progress. Cities including Jakarta, Manila, Karachi and Mexico City are becoming drawcards for young, tech-savvy and mobile adults.
With massive population growth in store for cities across the Global South, the fact that many of cities struggle to provide effective waste collection to serve the current population levels is worrying