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Gone in the Wind

Seeing how we had cycled through Southern and Eastern Africa, we wanted a taste of West Africa. As such, we flew from Kigali to Dakar. To cycle from Rwanda to Senegal would have been a major pain as getting visas in many Central and West African countries is no easy task and all told can take many months. 1,316 more words


UK university students expelled for racist comments

A number of law students have been expelled from the University of Exeter over allegations of racism.

An internal investigation was launched in March after “vile” comments from Bracton law society’s WhatsApp group were shared on social media, in which students discussed “buying blacks in bulk” from South Africa and Mauritania. 31 more words

Daily News

Stuff the British media seldom - and UK TV News almost never - report on

The British tend to be very sniffy about US TV’s  international coverage, because the Americans supposedly report little and know less of the world outside. 588 more words


RSF: Africa at threshold of 'promising era'

Africa came with a score that is slightly better than in 2017 but also contained a wide range of internal variation (see our regional analysis  166 more words


West African challenge panel at AIX: Gas

Antony Goldman, Oil & Gas Analyst chaired the West African challenge panel at the Africa Investment Exchange: Gas meeting at RSA House, 11-12 April. 46 more words


Africa Oil & Gas: Ocean Installer bags another Chinguetti deal

Norwegian subsea company Ocean Installer has been awarded a contract by Malaysia’s Petronas to assist in decommissioning of the Chinguetti field off the coast of Mauritania in West Africa. 203 more words

Mozambique Oil And Gas Industry