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Rhino Poachers in South African Reserve Got Killed by Lions Instead

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Find people with high expectations and a low tolerance for excuses. They'll have higher expectations for you than you have for yourself. Don't flatter...

Elephants Ain’t Bad at Recognizing Faces, but Humans Are Much Better

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Find people with high expectations and a low tolerance for excuses. They'll have higher expectations for you than you have for yourself. Don't flatter...

Africa Picture House meets Haroun

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Africa Picture House Meets award-winning Chadian director Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, who discusses the making and the story behind Daratt and Sex, Okra and Salted Butter. He...

Scaling up Climate Policy and Solutions Requires “Enabling Environment”

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An African development pathway that could propel climate-resilient economic growth is possible if an enabling environment that promotes innovation and collaborative actions for climate...

Surpassing Wildebeests, Zebras Hold New Record for Longest Migration

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In the grasslands and floodplains of southern Africa, conservationists have observed a 300-mile (500 kilometers) zebra migration — the longest known trek of any...

Siba Recipes: Season 1 – All Episodes

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For all Season 2 recipes click here, and to hear more from Siba, click here Cooking with Siba! For all Season 2 recipes click here, and...

Interview with Olivier Bernheim, President & CEO, RAYMOND WEIL

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Born in 1954, a graduate in Law and of the Business School of Strasbourg in France, Olivier Bernheim began his career at Kronenbourg before...

Mary Sibande

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Mary Sibande was born in 1982 in Johannesburg, South Africa, where she lives and works. She graduated with a degree in Fine Art from...

Africa Untold: Transition to Transformation

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In this film we explore Somalia’s political journey during one remarkable year. During the past two decades of civil war, famine and radical insurgencies...
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